SEVIERVILLE (press release)—The Sevierville Farmer’s Market recently offered patriotic additions to the July 3 Farmer’s Market. Special events included Revolutionary War reenactors who provided demonstrations and displays, a greased watermelon relay for children ages 5–12 and a hot dog eating challenge between Sevierville police and fire departments.
The weekly event draws more than 700 people each Friday into downtown Sevierville. Weekly vendors include: conventional and organic produce, a variety of fresh baked breads, pies, gourmet cupcakes, blackberries, honey, certified Longhorn steer meat, Black Angus beef, jams, jellies, preserves, fried pies, fresh squeezed orange juice, mushrooms, ground coffee, fresh cut flowers, soaps, pottery, scarves, mosquito oils, worm castings, watercolor notes, book letters, a hot dog vendor and more.
The Sevierville Farmer’s Market takes place each Friday from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the Sevierville Commons Gazebo on Bruce Street.