Welcome To A Southern Marketplace Barn Sale
A weekend on the farm can mean many things, but when Acres of Grace Farms hosts it’s A Southern Marketplace Barn Sale three times a year, it is so much more.
First, we invite you to be a part of our farm and home tours that happen through out both days of the barn sale. On the farm you will see implements ranging from the 1800’s to present day machines. You are able to step back and appreciate how hard our families worked to leave the legacy they have and see how our technology’s have taken farming to a whole different level.
After the tour is over, you will step off the bus and be ready to shop, explore and most importantly, eat! It is nothing short of remarkable, different artisan’s and unique vendors displaying a wide range of products and special finds all in one perfect location. Antique shops bring things you can only wish to have and folks who take honey or milks and other elements from their farms and turn it into incredible goods you just can’t help but buy. Not to mention, the food, it is amazing. There are no two alike, with an assortment from home cooked comfort foods to hamburgers and BBQ and if that isn’t enough, we have ice cream, we have homemade macaroons, we have fresh baked breads and cupcakes, we have jellies and salsas, we simply have it all. While you are shopping and eating with us, we want you to truly enjoy yourselves, listen to the live music and just take everything in we have to offer. We also offer a farm to table dinner where we gather and harvest from local farmers. A variety of meats and produce are taken and prepared just for you. We take the proceeds from the dinner and give back to the community through our local Young Farmers and Ranchers organization.
We started the barn sale with hope of bringing people together and displaying countless items where there is something for everyone to enjoy. So come, slow down with us on the third weekends in May, October, & December each year and relish in all that A Southern Marketplace has to offer.
We also are a great venue for weddings! So if you or your friends are looking for a beautiful location, A Southern Marketplace has you covered.
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Making Dreams Come True
Our barn sale started out as a dream and with the help of an amazing team and my right hand lady, and blessings of the Lord we're excited to bring you a one of a kind event in our small rural community... welcome to our farm, our barns, and our one of kind event!
Co-Founder & Host
Turning a Vision into Reality
Molly, our event coordinator, is the one who transforms the barn sale into what it is today with the wonderful help of her mother, Mrs. Kim! She has truly taken the vision and turned it into a reality! You'll be blown away with their creativity and fresh inspiration at each marketplace event!
Co-Founder & Event Coordinator
Nick Patterson, bless his heart, April's husband is the farmer behind this event. When the idea came about and they needed his newly renovated hay barn, he was happy to oblige. However they still hear about it everyday. Nick manages and oversees Acres of Grace Farms where he practices sustainability, stewardship, and servant-hood. You'll enjoy the farm tour at the barn sale he hosts!
Co-Owner Acres of Grace Farms
Weekend Of Activities
A Weekend of Activities Accompanies the Barn Sale, and You're Invited
Make a Vacation of It
The Tennessee Upper Cumberland is one of Tennessee’s most beautiful and affordable vacation destinations, so we encourage you to pack up the family and make a weekend of your stay in the region. Within comfortable driving distance of Moss there are numerous overnight accommodations – bed and breakfast homes, historic inns, state parks with lodging, marinas, houseboats and traditional motels from rustic to small town to micropolitan settings. The area is famous for its waterfalls, Dale Hollow Lake marinas, driving trails, historic places, award-winning state parks, wineries, musical venues and festivals. Extensive information is available from the Upper Cumberland Tourism Association, either by visiting their website here or by calling 931-537-6347 to discuss an itinerary and receive information by mail.