Sponsors

The Weaverville Tailgate Market is fortunate enough to be sponsored by wonderful local businesses! Check out their profiles below.

Reems Creek Pottery

Reems Creek Pottery is a collective working pottery studio and gallery located near downtown Weaverville. Potter Rachel Smith saw a unique opportunity in 2015 to bring together a community of ceramic artists that individually create work, exchange ideas and share equipment. Pottery showcased in the gallery includes thrown, hand-built, and slab built styles. From contemporary to traditional, functional to decorative there is something for all ceramic lovers. You are invited to browse mugs, vases, trays, plates, bowls, sculpture and lidded containers. Located at 181 Reems Creek Rd #6, Weaverville.

Visit their Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/reemscreekpottery

Dirtcraft Organics

DIRTCRAFT ORGANICS IS THE SOUTHEAST’S PREMIER CRAFT SOIL BLENDER. Dirtcraft Organics is committed to sourcing the most premium, sustainable and certified organic inputs available. Our performance potting soils are small batch blended in Marshall, NC and we serve farmers and garden centers throughout the Southeast.

Visit their website: https://www.dirtcraftorganics.com/

Mangum Pottery

Weaverville, NC

Rob and Beth Mangum, from Mangum Pottery Studio and Gallery seven miles from Asheville, in Weaverville, NC, come from a family of potters. Their creative process is guided by the clay itself, through years of studying the nature of the materials.

The Mangums strive to find the union between heritage and contemporary design. They feel very fortunate to live and work in a community with so much awareness and support for the arts.

Visit their website: https://www.mangumpottery.com/

Lane in the Woods Farm and Creamery

Lane in the Woods is a family farm- created, crafted and managed by us, the Lane family. Kevin, Kate, Adalyn(7) and Orion(3) Lane spend their days milking cows, making cheese and learning new skills. We moved to Madison County in 2009, after graduating from Warren Wilson College. We bought land and a couple cows and began the dream of “living off the land.”In the last 12 years, we have gained some wisdom- taught by our beautiful bovines, mother nature and the lovely community of Marshall. Most of all, we have been humbled greatly over the years by everything we do not know. We find that wisdom builds slowly.

Check our their offerings HERE

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