StoneSprings Hospital Center Parking Lot
24440 Stone Springs Blvd, Dulles, VA 20166
Saturdays from 9AM – 1PM
April 22, 2017, through October 28, 2017
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Bach to Rock – Music School
The Curry Zone – Indian Cuisine
C.Hess Orchards & Produce – Fresh Produce
Edward Jones (Doug Hellauer) – Financial Advisors
Luke and Son for Global Food – Egyptian Specialties
Linda Vista Farm – Fresh Produce
Loudoun Medical Group – Medical Care
MTO Kombucha – Kombucha Tea
Soothy Salve – Health & Beauty
Thirty One – Personalized Products
Perfectly Posh – Skin Products
We Think Dreams – Native American Arts & Crafts
Designs by Michelle – Jewelry
Golly Waffles – Waffles on a stick
Honey Brook Farms – Pasture Raised Meats
Lisa’s Pieces – Jewelry
Spartan Oil – Olive oil
Randy Cakes – Cake Pops & Cakes
Stella & Dot – Jewelry
CP Fresh Flowers – Flowers
LuLaRoe – Clothing
Silver Apple Farms – Organic Produce
Loudoun County Commuter Services – Loudoun County Department of Planning & Zoning – Information
Tower Garden/Juice Plus – Gardening & Nutrition
Rocoto Gourmet – Peruvian Cuisine
DogLove Bakery – Homemade Dog Treats
Doterra – Essential Oils
Toll Brothers – Builders
Big Reggie’s BBQ – Barbeque
Why Shop at the Farmers’ Market?
GOOD FOR THE CUSTOMERS
You get locally grown, farm fresh produce at affordable prices. The fruits and vegetables have been picked either that morning or the night before, so they are abundant in nutrients, phytochemicals, taste, texture, and aroma! Enjoy talking with the farmers who grow your produce.
GOOD FOR THE FARMERS
Wellness Connection’s Farmers’ Market is for local farmers and producers only. By buying straight from the farmers you preserve their livelihood, support our local economy and preserve our working farmland.
GOOD FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Most of the nation’s fruits and vegetables travel an average of 1,300 miles before reaching the consumer. By purchasing local foods you eliminate the environmental damage caused by shipping food thousands of miles.