(PHOTOS) The return of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market

Amari Reed, 4, got out her umbrella during a brief rain shower on opening day for the 2021 season of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on Tuesday, May 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.

Stone Mountain, GA — The Stone Mountain Farmers Market is back. The first market of the 2021 season and the first since 2019 was held on Tuesday, June 8. Market manager Kim Cumbie said visitors can expect to see the return of familiar favorites along with some new vendors. There will be giveaways and live music as well.

Also back are the Georgia Fresh for Less SNAP/EBT Double Your Dollars Program and the Loyalty Shopper Program

Stone Mountain Farmers Market is held every Tuesday 4-7 p.m., rain or shine, through Aug. 31 in the municipal parking lot at 922 Main Street in Stone Mountain Village.

The market recommends mask wearing and social distancing.

For information visit: https://www.facebook.com/stonemountainfarmersmarket

Jean Pierre Kaboyi from B & C Farms offers samples of jalapeño jelly on opening day for the 2021 season of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on Tuesday, June 8. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Joshua Wilkinson, a summer intern at B & C Farms waits on a customer during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Finkles Bake Shop vendors Jimmy and Jessica Payne with their children (l-r) Sophia, 1, Gracelyn, 3, and Carson, 11 months, on opening day for the 2021 season of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Gracelyn Payne, 3, points to her favorite doughnut, the ‘Finkle,’ (chocolate with sprinkles), at her parents’ Finkles Bake Shop vendor stand during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8. Gracelyn’s father Jimmy said they named the business after the way Gracelyn used to pronounce sprinkles as finkles. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Vendor Shelley Lavrino, owner of Sew Train on Main Street in Stone Mountain Village, signed up people for adult and children’s sewing classes during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Genesis 1:3 vendor Valerie Dickson holds some of the candles she makes during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Stone Mountain Soul and Jazz band members Chad Childers, on left, and Phil Towns entertain with live music on opening day for the 2021 season of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on Tuesday, May 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Gracelyn Payne, 3, peers out from her parents’ Finkles Bake Shop vendor stand as they wait on customers during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Christian Dent cuts slices of a Pearson Farm peach for market goers to sample during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Cedar Seeder Wellness Farm vendor George High prepares a ‘Super Shot,’ made with freshly cut wheatgrass, organic carrots, ginger, turmeric leaves and organic apples and lemons during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Wes Hunt throws back a ‘Super Shot’ from the Cedar Seeder Wellness Farm vendor stand during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Roy Collins watches the activity during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
People come out for opening day of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Vendor David Bugg from David’s Garden shows some of his products during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Richard Hopkins, 7, finishes up a Finkles Bake Shop cookie during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Market manager Kim Cumbie, (l) and city of Stone Mountain Mayor Pro Tem Chakira Johnson on opening day for the 2021 season of the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on Tuesday, May 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Pride Road vendor Najeeb Muhaimin holds some of his hibiscus-based products that include soda, tea, jelly, chutney and boxed tea during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Laura Kearney and Justin De La Cruz browse the handmade jewelry at Native artist Greta Garcia Lewis’ IT ELEMENT Design vendor stand during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.
Native artist Greta Garcia Lewis with some of the eco-friendly jewelry she and her mother Della Garcia make using butterfly wings, feathers, seeds, coffee beans and other recycled material during the Stone Mountain Farmers Market on June 8, 2021. Photo by Dean Hesse.

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