Grow Local

Just like crops grow, so will the Harbor District Market!  We’re excited to have such amazing vendors on board with us.  As we continue to grow, so will the number of our vendors and operating hours. 



Bear Grass Soaps

Bear Grass Soap Company offers goat’s milk soap, goat’s milk lotion and a variety of other bath and body products.

Along with NC photography.

Carolina Country Fresh

This story begins early in the 1920’s when Kenneth H. Roberson Sr was born.  The farm that he and his father began on only a few acres with a couple of chicken houses has blossomed into a highly diverse, technologically advanced operation that spreads across four counties and covers nearly 3000 acres.

Dottie Ann Walker

I create wearable, one of a kind art.

Mediums I use include:
Silk – Hand painted using fabric dyes – Scarves and Jackets Felt – Wool and Alpaca – Handbags, Purses, Ruanas Silk & Wool – Nuno Felted – Scarves, Wraps, Purses, Notecards – Yes! Humorous.

IBX Soaps

IBX Soaps (Inner Banks Soaps) is the soaping side of the business, with a variety of soaps and skin care products to choose from.

Maw's Creations

We are a mother-daughter business that makes just about anything out of fabric.

We make quilts,pillows,hats,and bears of all colors.Some of our newest items are rope bowls which can be used for a lot of purposes.

Come on out and give us a visit at the market.

Mickeye's Wood Creations

Handmade trinket boxes made from over 20 different woods or wood varieties both domestic and exotic as well as handmade wooden cutting boards.

Pamlico Paper

Meet Lizzy, the artist behind Pamlico Paper. She specializes in hand lettering and unique watercolor paintings featuring local landmarks, universities, and much more. She also takes requests for custom pieces.

Main Street Sweets

An “Old Fashioned” Candy Shop. No matter what your flavor preference is, we can all agree that nothing beats the succulent taste of old fashioned candies. Here at Main Street Sweets, we have an array of unique candies to suit anyone’s taste buds, whether you like sweet, sour, creamy, or something in between!

Sam's Rustic Shop

I grew up near Washington, NC and worked on tobacco farms in the 1940’s and 1950’s. I handled some of the same sticks back then that I am using now to make rustic stools, stars, and hiking sticks. Most of the materials I use, with the exception of seagrass, are from the Washington-Beaufort County area. I enjoy the creative aspect of my craft and especially the opportunity it gives me to meet people and make new friends.

Southside Farms

We enjoy providing fresh, nutritious and delicious food to the people in our community. Come see us, pick a few berries, sit on the porch and eat some of Grandma Betty’s ice cream and meet your farmer!

Tobacco Roots

Tobacco stick wood decor and art. When I approached my Dad about cutting some things out for me, my intentions were to mainly spend more time with him. In looking at all the pieces we create, it’s an education for me as to what it was like growing up as a sharecropper’s son. From the age of 5, Robert was in a field. From picking up leaves, to putting in and taking out a barn, he knows his way around tobacco. With every cut of a tobacco stick, or every leaf made into wall art, comes a memory.

Yarn Chef Creations

Yarn Chef Creations began 15 years ago when I started selling my handcrafted crocheted items at craft fairs. I make shawls, hats, scarves, bags and princess crowns! I am happy to take special orders.

Mary Anne's Creative Chaos