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Weaver Street Market: Rooted in the Community since 1988
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Classified Ads

WSM offers classified advertising here on our website. See additional information below.

Ad: Please limit your ad to 50 words or fewer.  We reserve the right to shorten the ad if needed. You may submit your ad copy one of two ways:

1. in any of our stores at the register

2. email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

If you email the ad, you still need to pay at the register prior to the ad being placed online.

Cost & Payment:  Classifieds are $15 per classified ad per month for WSM Owners, $20 per classified ad per month for non-owners. You may pay for your ad at any cashier at any of our locations. Please ask the cashier for a duplicate receipt to be sent to Marketing. You may also mail a check to:

Weaver Street Market

Attention: Emily Buehler
437 Dimmocks Mill Road, Ste 10
Hillsborough, NC 27278




PAYING CASH for antiques, vintage items, collectibles. Buying one item
or whole estates. 919.448.6814, This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .
Cindy K. Smith, NCAL 7208


40 years of experience and integrity.  Confidential medicinal consultations. New Hillsborough "Riverwalk" Herb Tour Sunday, December 7th, 12-4pm ($40).
Next Exploration Seminar Series (Children welcome) begins January 14th, 2015 - ends March 4th, 2015 ($256 for 8 weeks/$40 each Daytrippers.).
Year-round Saturday Carrboro and downtown Durham Farmers' Markets.  Call Will Endres at 919.732.9785. Herbalist/wildcrafter.

Visit Will's Facebook here.


CARRBOROELECTRICIAN.com - Jacques Menache & Associates will meet all your needs in the electrical world. Affordable electrical service for your restaurant, business, rental property or residence. Emergency service 24/7. Over 20 years of electrical experience. Courteous service in French, Spanish, or English. (919) 306-2749.






Weaver Street Market has built a close relationship with our community, responding to its needs, and keeping profits in the local economy.