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Bee Our Guest this week at the Market! ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ

Bee Our Guest at the Market

Meet our newest vendor, Bee Our Guest Wraps! After taking a honeymoon in Australia and completing a plastic free honeymoon challenge, Bee Our Guest knew they wanted to continue to be as plastic free as they could at home as well. They created Bee Our Guest and began making beeswax wraps. With proper care a single beeswax food wrap will last a year or longer. Beeswax is also naturally antibacterial, antimicrobial, and anti-fungal. The wraps naturally stick to the outer peel or skin of fruit and vegetables and to glass and dishware to make the perfect reusable covers. 

Neil’s Sharpening Service

Everyone’s favorite knife sharpener is back this Sunday at the Market! Bring your knives, blades, garden tools, scissors, and more out to Neil to have them sharpened while you shop!

Don’t Cook, Eat Pierogies

Don’t feel like cooking? Treat yourself to a full dinner from Holy Myrrh Bearers pierogies! Try their Kielbasi Platter with 2 pieces of kielbasi, homemade Ukrainian Kraut, and 6 pierogies. Just bring home and heat and eat! All of these delicious items are also available individually, including horseradish beets.

Winter Market

The Media Farmers Market is a year-round Market on the 1st and 3rd Sunday, 10 am to noon, through April 2020. Mark your calendars for the these upcoming dates:

  • Sunday, March 1
  • Sunday, March 15
  • Sunday, April 5

We’ll also be out on the first and third Sundays in March and April. The Market is rain, snow, or shine. In the event of extreme weather stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram pages for emergency or early closing notifications.

Feb. 16 Vendors

New Vendor
Bee Our Guest Wraps

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Holy Myrrh Bearers Pierogies
Krista Patton Pottery
Neil’s Sharpening Service
Red Brick Craft Distillery
Robin Hill Organics
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!

Fresh Produce at the Market! ๐ŸŽ๐Ÿ 

Fresh Fruits at Sharrah

Did you know that farm fresh fruit is still available at the Market? Make sure you stop by Sharrah Orchards for a wide selection of apple varieties. They also have great apple cider, and check to see what other goodies they have, you might also find asian apples or sweet potatoes!

Veggies are still in at Robin Hill

Need fresh veggies? We’ve got them too! Robin Hill Produce has got lots of great winter produce. Get varieties of greens, potatoes, radishes, rutabagas, and more!

Don’t Cook, Eat Pierogies

Don’t feel like cooking? Treat yourself to a full dinner from Holy Myrrh Bearers pierogies. Try their Kielbasi Platter with 2 pieces of kielbasi, homemade Ukrainian Kraut, and 6 pierogies. Just bring home and heat and eat! All of these delicious items are also available individually, including horseradish beets.

Winter Market

The Media Farmers Market is a year-round Market and we have resumed our 1st and 3rd Sunday, 10am to noon schedule through April 2020. Mark your calendars for the these upcoming dates:

  • Sunday, March 1
  • Sunday, March 15
  • Sunday, April 5

We’ll also be out on the first and third Sundays in March and April. The Market is rain, snow, or shine. In the event of extreme weather stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram pages for emergency or early closing notifications.

Feb. 16 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Holy Myrrh Bearers Pierogies
Krista Patton Pottery
Neil’s Sharpening Service
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Craft Distillery
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!

Make your weekend Super! ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ๐Ÿˆ

Puebla’s got your nacho fixin’s

Stop by Taste of Puebla for all your nacho fixin’s! They have homemade corn tortilla chips, guacamole, several varieties of salsa, and black beans ready to pile high. Also check out their pulled pork and shredded chicken, Tinga de Pollo, if you want to take your nachos to the next level!  

Cheesin’ at Shellbark Hollow

Stop by Shellbark Hollow for all your cheese needs! They have lots of varieties of goat cheese spreads, as well as chunk goat cheeses. Try some goat cheese sprinkled on your nachos for something tasty and different, or pick up a loaf of freshly baked bread from Brandywine Valley Bread for those spreads.

No Loafing – Get Your Bread

Add a little something special to your football spread with one of the amazing focaccias from Brandywine Valley Bread! Stop by their table to see which varieties they have available. Or pick up a loaf of bread for your sandwiches, hoagies, or dips.

Imbibe with Stone and Key Cellars

You didn’t think we forgot the drinks, did you? Stop by Stone and Key for their ciders! Available in several different flavors, they’re sure to be a hit at your party. Cider not your thing? Then check out all their varieties of wines. Available in whites and reds, sweets and drys, take a taste while you’re there and find your new favorite! Bonus: Need something for the kids? Then stop by Sharrah Orchards for some nonalcoholic sweet apple cider!

Savories and Sweets

Make sure you stop by Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods to see what “curiously good foods” he’s whipped up this week. He usually has chili and soup, or check out some of his possets, sweet English-style puddings. And hit up Firehouse Donuts for donuts. They made the perfect grab and go dessert!

Feb. 2 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Clean Plate Club Food Truck
Firehouse Donuts
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Craft 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!

Yous won’t want to miss this! ๐Ÿ˜†

New Product Alert at Pasture Song

We know you come to the Market for the best in local foods. So next week make sure you stop by Pasture Song for something so Philly, you might spontaneously add “jawn” to your vocabulary: scrapple! Pair with some eggs from Shellbark Hollow and some bagels from Brandywine Valley bread and you’ve got a breakfast any Phanatic would love!

Robin Hill has the greens

Winter has really and truly arrived, and the lack of green plants may be getting you down. If so,make sure you visit Robin Hill Organics for lots of fresh greens including kale, tatsoi, salad greens, and arugula. Round out your meal with some potatoes, carrots, rutabagas, and more! 

Winter Market

The Media Farmers Market is a year-round Market and we have resumed our 1st and 3rd Sunday, 10am to noon schedule through April 2020. Mark your calendars for the these upcoming dates:

  • Sunday, February 16
  • Sunday, March 1
  • Sunday, March 15

We’ll also be out on the first and third Sundays in March and April. The Market is rain, snow, or shine. In the event of extreme weather stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram pages for emergency or early closing notifications.

Feb. 2 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Clean Plate Club Food Truck
Firehouse Donuts
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Craft Distillery
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manager’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit



See you at the Market!

The cold never bothered us anyway! ๐Ÿงฃ๐Ÿงค

Bundle Up for Sunday’s Market

The Market is on for this Sunday! Just a reminder that the Media Farmers Market is rain, snow, or shine. Sunday’s forecast is calling for a sunny day, and we’ll be out on Edgmont Street from 10 to Noon! We are expecting a full lineup, so come on out and stock up. Robin Hill will have winter veggies, Brandywine Valley Bread will have fresh baked breads, and stop by The Clean Plate Food Club Food Truck to warm up with something yummy. See you there!

Krista Patton Pottery

You met her at our Holiday Market, and now she’s back! Krista Patton will be bringing her amazing pottery back to the Market this week! Find the perfect dish for your market culinary creations, or pick up an accent piece to adorn your table. Locally made right here in Media, they’re sure to be the perfect addition to your home.

Neil’s Sharpening Service Returns

You gave those knives quite the workout over the holiday season. Treat them well by bringing them to the Market this week for Neil’s Sharpening Service. Have your knives sharpened while you shop! Garden tools, lawnmower blades, clipper blades, scissors, and more can all be sharpened as well.

Winter Market

The Media Farmers Market is a year-round Market and we have resumed our 1st and 3rd Sunday, 10am to noon schedule through April 2020. Mark your calendars for the these upcoming dates:

  • Sunday, February 2
  • Sunday, February 16
  • Sunday, March 1

We’ll also be out on the first and third Sundays in March and April. The Market is rain, snow, or shine. In the event of extreme weather stay tuned to our Facebook and Instagram pages for emergency or early closing notifications.

Jan. 19 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Clean Plate Club Food Truck
Firehouse Donuts
Krista Patton Ceramics
Neil’s Sharpening Service
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick Craft 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!

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