Farmin in the Hall was founded in 2013, so that Crieve Hall and surrounding areas could to have access to healthy, locally-grown food. Located in the heart of Crieve Hall, it has become a gathering place where neighbors meet, discuss the day’s news, and do their shopping. Organized and managed by folks who live in the neighborhood, Farmin in the Hall is truly a neighborhood market.
At Farmin in the Hall, you can shop directly with your farmer and get to know the person who has a hand in the production of your products. We promote local vendors that have a passion for providing you with yummy treats, fresh produce, and unique products that you just won’t find in your big box grocery store.
Come see us during our season, May through August. Thursday Nights from 4:30pm-7pm at 451 Hogan Road (in the parking lot of Crievewood United Methodist Church).
Farmin in the Hall is run by the Crieve Hall Neighborhood Association.