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Danville VA Farmers Market
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The Danville Farmers' Market is located in the Danville Community Market and is open early May through October. Make plans to visit the Farmers' Market every Saturday and Wednesday to purchase locally grown fruits and vegetables, beef, pork, chicken, fresh baked goods, and a variety of other produce, commodities and wares.
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