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Christmas Market at Dexter Produce
December 2, 2021 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pmFree
Let the sleigh bells ring all the way to the snow at Dexter Produce Farm Market in Dexter GA! The 2nd Annual Dexter Christmas Market takes place every Thursday through Sunday starting Black Friday, November 26th, until Saturday, December 19th! Bring the family to visit Santa, enjoy the lights and sounds, play in the snow, shop local vendors and prepare for holiday dinners!
Ol’ Saint Nick
Santa and Mrs. Claus are flying down South to find out who has been naughty or nice, so get your list ready! Visit Santa every Friday and Saturday and get a professional photograph with the big man. If you would like to mingle with Santa, please bring a new, unwrapped gift for the Dexter Produce Toy Drive benefiting children in need.
Receive a letter from Santa!
The North Pole has a special mail box set up at Dexter Produce. Parents can help their children write a letter to Santa. Make sure the envelope has your address on it, and place $1 in the envelope to help Santa pay for postage.
Warm and Fuzzies
Hit up the Hot Chocolate Bar and head outside to play in the snow! When the Christmas lights come on at night, the snow starts falling at Dexter Produce. Feel the festivity with mini events each week and local vendors on site with unique gifts.
Feeling blessed? Dexter Produce collects toys for local children to unwrap for Christmas. Bring an unwrapped toy to donate to the toy drive, and help spread holiday cheer!
Step inside Dexter Produce for cold season crops and packaged delights to wow your guests’ tastebuds. Fresh pecans make a great gift as-is or candy them or bake a pie for a truly personal touch. Poinsettias and Christmas cactus’ are also available during the holiday season.
Dexter Produce Farm Market
The ideal place to get some of the best Georgia Grown produce and freshest products is at Dexter Produce Farmers Market. Located in Dexter GA, customers are their number one priority. The owners love to host events throughout the year to bring the community together, and welcome people from far and wide.
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