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It would be radicchio-lous to miss the Market!

Funky Greens Appear This Week

Welcome new vendor Urban Roots Farm this week to the Market! Based out of Rosemont, Pa they farm on three of the 43-acre campus of theVillage. They will be bringing some fantastic and unusual varieties of greens:

  • Bloosdale Spinach: a special variety of spinach made for the winter season – it gets sweeter after it’s been through a couple frosts!
  • Tardivo and castelfranco radicchio: these are bitter greens that originate from very rural Italian communities. Both can handle a lot of heat and can be thrown on the grill, braised in soups, or even roasted in the oven. They go great with sweet and salty pairings like apples from Sharrah Orchards and blue cheese, or with savory flavors like mushrooms from Midnite Mushrooms!

Neil’s Sharpening Service Returns

Neil’s Sharpening Service will be at the Market this Sunday! Bring out your knives, garden tools, clipper blades, lawnmower blades, and any other blade you might have to be expertly sharpened while you shop! Don’t get caught with dull blades when spring weather arrives!

Celebrate Your Heart This February

While pink and red hearts are fun in February, why don’t you take some time out to celebrate your heart and how you can treat it right at the Media Farmers Market? Did you know that greens are a heart-healthy vegetable? They contain lots of vitamins, including A, C, and K; and are rich in fiber which lowers cholesterol and your risk of heart disease. They also contain high levels of magnesium which helps in regulating blood pressure. 

February 17 Vendors

New Vendor!
Urban Roots Farm

Brandywine Valley Bread

Firehouse Donuts
Gail’s Egg Farm

Maiale Deli & SalumeriaMidnite Mushrooms
Neil’s Sharpening Service
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Craft Distillery

Sharrah Orchards
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

Have a “knife” day at the next Market!

Neil’s Sharpening Service Returns

Neil’s Sharpening Service is scheduled to return to the Market on Sunday, Feb. 17! Gardening season is fast approaching, so bring out those garden tools and lawnmower blades now so you’re ready when spring weather arrives. Or bring out those kitchen knives, hair clipper blades, or scissors to be sharpened while you shop!

Celebrate Your Heart This February

While pink and red hearts are fun in February, why don’t you take some time out to celebrate your heart and how you can treat it right at the Media Farmers Market? Did you know that carrots are a heart-healthy vegetable? The high levels of carotenoids, powerful antioxidants, that are found in carrots can combat the free radicals that cause heart disease. Stop by Robin Hill for fresh, frost-sweetened carrots, and stay tuned for more heart-healthy choices available at the Market!

We’ve Seen The Sign

We’ve updated our yard signs! Do you still have one of our original signs with our summer Sunday hours? We’d like to update it with our current hours. If you have one of our signs, please email us so we can set up a time to drop by or meet up to quick put a sticker on your sign. We appreciate your support! If you don’t have a yard sign and would like to have one for your yard, let us know and we’ll get one to you!

February 17 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Gail’s Egg Farm

Maiale Deli & SalumeriaMidnite Mushrooms
Neil’s Sharpening Service
New Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Craft Distillery
Robin Hill Organics

Sharrah Orchards
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

Alpaca my bags for the Market!

Alpaca my woolies

Did you realize this week during the polar vortex that your cold weather accessories are lacking? Then come out to the Market this Sunday to meet Pam from Trotter Hill Alpacas. Located in Glen Mills, Pam and her alpacas produce wool, gloves and mittens, fuzzy shoe inserts, and other woolly things. You’ll be ready to handle whatever winter weather comes our way next!

Fresh Produce from Robin Hill

Believe it or not, Robin Hill will still have a great selection of fresh produce this week. They are anticipating having frost-sweetened, tender carrots; hakurei turnips; tatsoi; kale; and beets. They will also have sauce and salsa that would go great with chips for the game!

We’ve Seen The Sign

We’ve updated our yard signs! Do you still have one of our original signs with our summer Sunday hours? We’d like to update it with our current hours. If you have one of our signs, please email us so we can set up a time to drop by or meet up to quick put a sticker on your sign. We appreciate your support! If you don’t have a yard sign and would like to have one for your yard, let us know and we’ll get one to you!

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

February 3 Vendors

New Vendor!
Trotter Hill Alpacas

Brandywine Valley Bread

Firehouse Donuts
Gail’s Egg Farm
Holy Myrrh Bearers Pierogies

Maiale Deli & Salumeria
Mediterra Olive Oil
Midnite Mushrooms
New Bee Ranch
The Pasta Lab
Red Brick Craft Distillery
Robin Hill Organics

Sharrah Orchards
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

Read All About It!

Market Vendors In The News

We already knew that our vendors are the best around. But it seems that our secret is getting out. Two of our vendors have recently been featured in articles:

Brandywine Valley Bread
Brandywine Valley Bread was recently featured on the PAEats blog. Brandwine Valley Bread recently opened their brick and mortar store, and PAEats highlights their journey to this accomplishment. Click here to read the full article.

Aurora Grace Chocolates
Aurora Grace Chocolates was profiled by The Inquirer at the beginning of the month. Also just having opened a storefront, Aurora Grace began on Etsy, and now sells their amazing hand painted chocolates and more in multiple outlets. Click here to read the full article. (Photo credit: Heather Kalifa, Staff Photographer, The Inquirer)


Resolve to Make More Homemade

It’s been shown that cooking more meals at home has many benefits. Home cooked meals tend to have healthier ingredients and leads to consuming less calories. Cooking at home is also cheaper, and can be a great bonding experience when people share the work. Don’t know what to do with an item? Ask the experts! Our vendors know best how to use their products, and you may discover your new favorite dish!

February 3 Vendors

Aurora Grace Chocolates
Brandywine Valley Bread

Firehouse Donuts
Gail’s Egg Farm
Holy Myrrh Bearers Pierogies

Maiale Deli & Salumeria
Mediterra Olive Oil
Midnite Mushrooms
New Bee Ranch
The Pasta Lab
Red Brick Craft Distillery
Robin Hill Organics

Sharrah Orchards
Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

Market Cancelled, Stay Safe and Warm!


CANCELLED – Sunday, Jan 20

There will NOT be a Market tomorrow, Sunday, January 20. Safety concerns in the face of this weekend’s forecast were the driving factor in making the decision to cancel this week’s Market.  With the forecasted winds and the sudden drop in temperatures making any wet surfaces icy, we chose to keep our customers and vendors safe. We appreciate everybody’s understanding and hope you will join us at our next Market on Sunday, February 3. Stay safe and warm this weekend!

Winter Market Continues Thru April

The Winter Market will continue through April 7 on the first and third Sundays of each month from 10 to 12, rain, shine, or snow! In the event of dangerous or severe weather, please check our Facebook and Instagram pages for emergency closing information. The Market will be located on Edgemont Street between Front and State Streets. We will still accept SNAP, please stop by the Manager’s Table to use these benefits.

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