SHOP LOCAL, EAT LOCAL, SPEND LOCAL
Thanks for checking out THE MARKETPLACE, Southwest Virginia’s premiere farmer’s market featured in Bon Appetit Appalachia! We’re so glad to be able to offer another avenue of information to our dedicated MARKET fans! If you’ve never been to THE MARKETPLACE in downtown Pulaski, VA, stop by anytime 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. on Tuesdays, May – September.
We’re excited to be able to offer 16 weeks of live music, local culinary showcases, and Virginia craft beers, ciders & wines! Come join us and see what the farmers and artisans of Pulaski County, Virginia have to offer!
We are located at the historic Train Station in downtown Pulaski, 20 South Washington Ave. (US Route 11). Our 2017 season will run from May 17- August 29 from 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
The lovely weather, variety of events, fresh local foods and quality crafts combined with the historic setting and small town atmosphere will make you want to make THE MARKETPLACE a regular part of your week during the season!
NEW for the 2017 Marketplace season! This year we will feature “Who’s at The Marketplace“. Come out and see who’s shopping local at The Marketplace.
Thank you to our 2017 Marketplace Sponsors!
This year The Marketplace has implemented a new program to support the Marketplace micro businesses as well as benefit area food banks. This is made possible by the following generous sponsors:
Glenn Insurance, Martin’s Pharmacy, Downtown Exxon, Mastec Utility Service, Pulaski YMCA, State Farm – Webb Donald, New River Resource Authority and Colley Architect
The Marketplace is made possible by
The historic train station was built in 1888 by the Virginia-Tennessee Railroad just two years after the Commonwealth chartered the Town of Pulaski. It was crafted by master Italian stone masons from Peak Creek granite and is on the National Register of Historic Places. On November 17, 2008, the station was destroyed in a tragic fire. The Town completed a thorough historical restoration with the original stone walls still intact. The grand opening was June 11, 2011.
Often referred to as the Grand Old Lady of Pulaski, the renovated train station is available for events and parties. Call the Pulaski town office for more information. 540-994-8600
All of our vendors are local microbusinesses. Their products reflect the experience and care they bring to the art of creating exclusively local products. Buy Local. Eat Local. Live Local.