The Drive-Thru Farmers' Market is a
Fundraiser! Each week, the $10 Vendors' Fees are collected for Global
Peace Containers, a 501(c)3 charity.
WHO: Old Five Points' Drive-Thru Farmers' Market
WHAT: Charitable Fundraiser, Out-Door Farmers'
Johnson Ferry Road NE, Atlanta-Brookhaven, GA 30319
WHY: Providing local and hand-made food and crafts for the
surrounding residential neighborhoods and raising money for Peace Containers'
goal to put a roof over the head of every man, woman and child using retired
shipping containers as a building material.
WHEN: 2013 SEASON--Every Thursday from May 9, 2013
to October 14, 2013.
WATSONIA FARMS: Organic Vegetables and Peaches!
Naomi's Tamales is
cooking more HOT and delicious tamales for us fresh or frozen every Thursday!
Garden provides us with delicious seasonal-produce, a 100 year-old
pickle recipe, pickled everything, salad dressing, salsas and how!
Knoll Eatible Delights inspires us to party with wonderful spiced
nuts, cheese balls, salsas, dips and their best-selling Artichoke Spread!
Sugar Shack brings the delicious breakfast breads, granola,
cookies and other sweet baked goods! Find them the rest of the week at
their store on Peachtree Road!
Iris Shpak delights with artisan jewelry--earrings,
necklaces, bracelets, specialty ropes for eyeglasses, and rings!
Peace of Mine provides lovely handmade soaps and salt scrubs!
Cracklin' Candles brings us delightful handmade soy candles of a
multitude of scents with a wooden wick that crackles!
Product Categories: O5P limits the market to local and hand-made products, produce, artists and businesses. Vendors sell local fresh produce, cheeses, spiced nuts, baked goods, cookies, jewelry, arts, crafts, pickles, salsas, breads, aromatherapy, hand-made natural soaps, vinaigrettes, and more!
In the 2 years of operation, we have raised over $12,000 for Mustard Seed Communities: Jamaica, through this market for Peace Containers to build MSC:J a fosterage house out of shipping containers. (Started 4/21/2010; From the start of O5P Farmers' Market through to 4/21/2010 100% was donated to Hanger Ivan R. Sabel Foundation.)