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Robie Books

An essential stop for booklovers, Robie Books is packed from floor to ceiling with new and used books of all genres.  You'll find books by local authors as well as mainstream contemporary writers. There's something for everyone at Robie's.

 Photo by  @cityofbereaky

Urban Uprising

Wellness Practice of Amy L. Stephenson, Complementary & Alternative Medicine Practitioner. Clients by appointment. Meridian Stress Assessment. Retail Concept Store Featuring Local Artisan Goods, Natural Health Products & dōTERRA Essential Oils.

  Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

Appalachian Fireside Gallery

Located in the heart of Berea this beautiful gallery features hand-crafted arts and crafts from local and regional artists around Kentucky.  Featuring pottery, quilts, woodwork and more.

  Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

  Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

PeaceCraft

Promoting peace through economic justice by selling Fair Trade merchandise from around the developing world.

PeaceCraft has been working to advance peace through fair trade for twenty years. PeaceCraft originated as a project of the Berea Interfaith Task Force for Peace in 1988. The Task Force is a grassroots 501c3 not-for-profit organization of volunteers from various faith traditions who share a commitment to peacemaking and social justice issues. 

 
  Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

  Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

Berea College Farm Store

The Berea College Farm is one of the oldest continuously operating and most highly diversified student educational farms in the United States. Located in the Knobs along the edge of the Bluegrass Region, the Farm borders the campus of Berea College and the City of Berea and consists of pastures, cropland, gardens, woodlots and ponds on about 500 acres. The Farm is an educational laboratory for students in the Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) program and a working model of sustainable agriculture in the region. Students who work on the Farm as part of the College’s labor program produce beef cattle, hogs, chickens, eggs, goats, fish, honey bees, grains, pulses, vegetables, fruits, and herbs.

 
  Photo by  Erica Chambers
 Photo by  Erica Chambers

Berea Farmers Market

Berea Farmers Market offers locally made goods along with local produce and meat.  Stop in for a bite to eat with a fresh-made bagel or pastry, then browse the extensive collection of hand-crafted items and art work.  The Market is open Saturdays, from 10am - 1pm throughout the year.  The winter location is indoors at 100 Fee Street in the Berea United Methodist Church Annex. 

 
 Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

  Photo by  Meg Wilson

Photo by Meg Wilson

Gallery 1-2-3 Arts Accelerator

Gallery 1-2-3 is a project of the Arts Accelerator pilot program sponsored by Berea Tourism. Five Berea College graduates were selected to receive business training, studio space, and other support throughout a 16 month program to develop their artistic and professional skills. By stocking and managing the program’s gallery the young artists are upholding the legacy of Berea’s craft economy and preparing for their own careers as working artists.