Located in the grassy area on the side of Fifty Forward (near where Donelson Pike meets Lebanon Road), the farmers market features locally grown fruits and veggies, as well as cheese, jam, bread, honey, salsa, hummus, food trucks, etc. (There wasn't any meat sold at the first soft opening, but I'm hoping that will change as the market grows.) Confirmed food trucks are Smoke et Al, Wrapper's Delight , Mean Green Ice Cream Machine, and in addition, there will be Donelson-based artisans sharing their arts and crafts. And of course, there will be some sweet tunes to help you get in the shopping/eating spirit.
It's run by Good Food for Good People — the same people who bring you the West Nashville, Franklin and Richland farmers markets. But this market is really a testament to the power of Facebook. The very active Facebook group Hip Donelson, helped bring the market to fruition, raising awareness of the need and gathering interest.
The market is every Friday from 4-7 p.m. Judging from the two "soft openings," it will be crowded, so come early.