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Cozy fall food options at the Media Farmers Market!

Pierogies Return to the Market

Holy Myrrh Bearers will be at the Market this week with their selection of heat and eat foods. Check out their amazing homemade pierogies, as well as sauerkraut, homemade horseradish with beets, and handmade kielbasi. Don’t feel like cooking one night? Check out their Dinner for Two special!

Shellbark Goes to Bi-Weekly Schedule

Shellbark Farm will not be at the Market this week. From now until the end of November, Shellbark will be at the Market every other week. Look for them again on Oct. 27 and make sure you plan and get enough eggs, goat cheese, and other goodies for two weeks!

Fall Festivities Continue

Congratulations to Alexa Hurchalla, who correctly guessed the weight of our Hubbard squash pumpkin last week! Stop by our fall photo booth again this week to place your guess on our next pumpkin. We’re still in the fall spirit at the Market, so come and celebrate fall produce like potatoes, winter squash, apples, and more arriving weekly at the Market!

Mark Your Calendar for the Halloween Market

Save the date! On October 27, make sure you come out to the Market for lots of special Halloween treats! There will be special guest vendors, kid-friendly activities, and more!

Don’t Forget our Winter Market

Reminder: The Media Farmers Market is a year-round Market! We will continue our weekly schedule through November 24th, then beginning December 21st, we’ll resume our 1st and 3rd Sundays schedule through April 2020. So while other Markets are beginning to end their seasons, you can be sure you can still get farm fresh, local winter produce and other Market goods all year long. Stay tuned to our newsletters for news of produce, products, and special events throughout the winter season.

Oct. 20 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Holy Myrrh Bearers Pierogies
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Distillery
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Stone & Key Cellars
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manager’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit



See you at the Market!

Cooler weather in time for the Market!

Neil’s Sharpening Returns

Neil’s Sharpening Service is at the Market every 4th Sunday – and this Sunday is that Sunday! Bring out your knives, garden tools, lawnmower blades, clipper blades, and any other blades you need sharpened and Neil’s Service will sharpen them while you shop!

Green Mountain Energy

Are you looking for a way to make your home’s energy more sustainable? Then stop by the Green Mountain Energy table this week at the Market to talk to Ira. He can talk you through your options with Green Mountain and even get you switched right away!

Beat the Heat with Wilson’s

If all the hot weather has taken away your desire to be in the kitchen, then stop by the big red tent and see what kind of curiously good foods Wilson’s has this week! Find a variety of heat and eat, homemade foods like seasonal soups, chili, chicken salad, and meatloaf! He even has you covered with dessert with his many flavors of posset!

Aug 25 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Green Mountain Energy
iSwich Gourmet
Mediterra Olive Oil
Neil’s Sharpening Service
Pasture Song Farm
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manager’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit

 

 See you at the Market!

One Stop Shopping at the Market!

Pa Produce Month Continues

August is the height of Pennsylvania produce, and our vendors are bringing the goods! Visit Robin Hill Organics and Kneehigh Farm for great veggies, and Sharrah orchards for the sweetest fruit around!

Cheese and Eggs

The Media Farmers Market is your one-stop-shop! Besides produce, they have fresh eggs and goat cheese products at Shellbark Hollow. Also available is raw goat milk, goat kefir, flavored chevre spreads, chevre blocks, and more!

We Have the Meats

Round out that shopping list with some fresh, local meats! Pasture Song Farm now carries pork, chicken, and beef products. Stop by their table for this week’s offerings. They have gorgeous flower bouquets as well, so your table can look as amazing as your plate!

Hot Market, Cool Drinks

It’s been a hot summer at the Market, but we have ways to help you cool down: cold brew coffee, iced coffee, and lemonade! Brandywine Valley Bread has cold brew, while Firehouse Donuts has you covered with iced coffee and lemonade. 

Aug 18 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Healing in Reach
iSwich Gourmet
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Distillery
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars
Taste of Puebla
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manager’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit

 

 See you at the Market!

It’s National Farmers Market Week! 🍅🌽🍑

National Farmers Market Week

August 4 through 10th is National Farmers Market Week! Come celebrate with us! August is the height of Pennsylvania produce, and we can help you learn how to preserve summer’s bounty to bring the flavors of summer to those cold winter days. Stop by to meet Linda and learn the basics of canning. She’ll talk about what fruits and veggies can be canned, as well as safety procedures you need to know.

We have the beef!

Pasture Song Farm is excited to bring pastured beef to market, starting this Sunday! The beef is from Wagyu-Jersey cross cattle that were grass finished. They were raised collaboratively by Jeremy (Jeremy and Clara are the partners who own and operate Pasture Song Farm) and Jeremy’s family, and are from Seven Stars Farm calves. The Wagyu breed is known for intense marbling, which translates into tender, delicious beef! These cattle grazed freely on 15 acres of perennial pasture, and were raised without antibiotics, hormones, and other modern crutches. As calves they were fed grain and milk, so they are not 100% grass fed. They weren’t fed grain for the last year, however, and were finished only on pasture. This leads to a healthier fatty acid profile in the meat, as well as other health and flavor benefits. To learn more ask Clara at market!

Take a moment to relax

Take a moment for yourself while you’re at the Market this week and experience a therapeutic massage from Kim Deane of Healing in Reach. Kim will be available for mini massage sessions and will have information on her studio and services. Kim specializes in acupressure, deep tissue, medical massage, hot stone, prenatal massage, energy healing and organic skincare. She offers a unique approach that combines a blend of traditional massage with her own techniques as a physical and spiritual healer.

Register to Vote

Recently move? Change your name? Just turn 18? Make sure you are eligible to vote in the next election and stop by the Voter Registration Table at the Market this Sunday! The last day to register to be able to vote in November is October 6. This is a non-partisan, unaffiliated group of volunteers.

Aug 11 Vendors

New Vendor
Healing in Reach Massage

Brandywine Valley Bread
Deer Creek Malthouse
Firehouse Donuts
iSwich Gourmet
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
Pasture Song Farm
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars
Voter Registration
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manager’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit

 

 See you at the Market!

Happy PA Produce Month! 🎉

Pa Veggie Month and National Farmers Market Week

August is the height of the produce season in Pa, and we’re celebrating at the Market! Shop every Sunday in August for the freshest, local produce. If you’re on Instagram, you can also follow us as we take over the Pa Veggies Instagram account (@paveggies) this Sunday! This account features farmers and Markets from around the state, and we are so honored to have been chosen as one of their featured Markets! We’ll be posting fun facts about our vendors and featuring their amazing produce. We’ll also be welcoming our supporters to share their favorite Pa produce as well. If you’d like to share something with us for Instagram, please see a Market Volunteer! If you’re on Instagram, we’d also appreciate you liking our posts on the @paveggies account. Let the state know what an amazing community Media is, and how much they support their local farmers and produce!

Veggie Storytime with Miss Emily

Veggies can be fun for kids too! Stop by the blue tent next to the Manager’s Tent for some fun, veggie-based stories. Miss Emily will feature a new book, Zombies Don’t Eat Veggies, among others. Children will also have the opportunity to sample Mo Zombie’s “Blood Bile Bisque” soup, featuring lots of fresh, PA veggies! (Don’t worry grownups, it’s really a Garden Gazpacho!) Kids can also feed veggies to the very hungry caterpillar.

The Pasta Lab Named Best Handmade Pasta in Philly

Our very own Pasta Lab has been featured in Philly Magazine as one of the 5 best handmade pastas in Philly! They especially liked their agnolotti, lumache and garganelli, made from farm eggs and local fresh-milled whole grains. Read the article here, and then make sure you stop by their table at the Market to see what fresh pastas they have available this week!

Hazel and Ash

Hazel and Ash Organics returns to the Market this week. Stop by for their amazing sauces, chutneys, and relishes, including their Spicy Cucumber Relish.

Aug 4 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Hazel & Ash Organics
iSwich Gourmet
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
New-Bee Ranch
The Pasta Lab
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Distillery
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars
Taste of Puebla
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

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