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1000 Cooper St
Memphis, TN, 38104

Welcome to the Cooper-Young Community Farmers Market! We're small but we're like family. You can find us in the parking lot of First Congo every Saturday morning 8am-1pm. Come browse our market for a locally-sourced selection of fresh produce, grass-fed meat, homegrown herbs, warm baked goods, all-natural soaps, fresh-cut flowers, hot coffee and live acoustic music. We are family, kid, and dog-friendly. Visit us this weekend!

Vendor Spotlight

Common Hills Clay

Sandy Watson

This week, meet Jeanine Hill of Common Hills Clay!

CYCFM: Where are you from?
JH: I was born in New Mexico, and raised in Vermont.

CYCFM: How did you begin working with ceramics?
JH: I started working in clay in high school up in Vermont. I was lucky enough to have an amazing teacher, Ms. Wendy James, who really encouraged her students to make work and to use it as a way of navigating the world. This is what drew me to clay, because of its ability to retain memories.

CYCFM: What is your favorite part of our job?
JH: I have spent the latter years of my life making art work and teaching others how to make art work as well. And this is valuable. I am grateful to have the chance to see that creative spark light up not only within myself but within my students too.

CYCFM: What is your favorite dish to eat/cook?
JH: My husband and I eat a lot of fruits and vegetables so we make a lot of salads. And there is nothing better than a big salad made with local produce put together in a bowl made with someone else's hands. 

CYCFM: What do you do to relax:
JH: I practice yoga and I read a lot.

CYCFM: What is your favorite part about the Cooper Young Community Farmers Market?
JH: I really enjoy meeting new people, being in an environment where community members are supporting one another and I really enjoy sharing a small portion of my life, i.e., pottery, with others.