Two New Vendors at the Market This Week!

Two New Vendors Join the Market

Come out to the Market this week to meet our two new vendors: Miikana Woodworking and New-Bee Ranch!

Miikana Woodworking
Father and son Paul and Zack Huberty started their own Chester County woodworking shop in 2015 and, since then, have been dedicated to using locally harvested native hardwoods to create traditional style furniture and cutting boards. Paul explains that “miikana” is the Ojibwe word for trail or path. It represents the path that they are taking in life and this adventure to design and build beautiful furniture. Miikana also represents their Native American heritage. They want to honor this heritage in everything they do from building furniture that highlights the natural beauty of wood to ensuring that they efficiently use this important natural resource. This week they will feature their french rolling pins in walnut and cherry.

New-Bee Ranch
New-Bee Ranch is a small, family-run farm and apiary from West Montgomery County. They will be coming to the Market with varieties of local honey fresh from the hives, plus their family recipes of fermented foods and pickles, all using locally grown ingredients from the neighboring farms or from their own garden.

Learn Safe Canning

Learn how to put up your own vegetables, fruit, and jam. Linda Coulston will demonstrate safe canning techniques and provide helpful hints and tips so you can preserve summer-fresh food to enjoy all year long. Stop by her table from 9 to 1 for her demonstrations, handouts, and tastings!

Lookin’ Sharp at the Media Farmers Market!

Meet the Hearing Loss Association of America

This week we will welcome the Hearing Loss Association in America (HLAA) to the Market! HLAA is the nation’s leading organization representing individuals with hearing loss. Its mission is to open the world of communication to people with hearing loss by providing information, education, support, and advocacy. HLAA offers state and local support chapters, including seven chapters in the Philadelphia region, as well as education programs and events. To learn more about HLAA, and to get information about the Walk4Hearing, a national walk program that reaches out to more than 48 million people with hearing loss, their families, friends, and hearing health professionals, please visit their table.

Neil’s Sharpening Service

Bring out those dull edges, Neil’s Sharpening Service will be back at the Market this week! Whether they’re hair clipper blades, lawnmower blades, garden tools, scissors, or knives – Neil can sharpen them all!



Limited edition flavor at Waffatopia

Waffatopia will be bringing their latest limited edition waffle, Chocolate Cherry! Made with real sour cherries, this flavor will only be available for a few weeks, so get it while you can!

SNAP benefits accepted

Did you know that the Media Farmers Market accepts SNAP benefits? Benefits can be used on fresh, non-prepared foods. Please stop by the Managers Tent to learn how to use your SNAP benefits at the Market. We consider offering SNAP benefits a vital part of our Market and we look forward to seeing you!

Flavor pairings at the Media Farmers Market!

Vendors are better together!

We love it when our vendors team up, and that’s just what Jerry’s Breads (Media Bean and Bakery) and Whiskey Hollow are doing this week! Stop by Whiskey Hollow’s tent this week to sample both their tangy and hot maple mustards with Jerry’s fabulous soft pretzels. The pretzels come in various flavors, so come find your favorite combo!

Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods spices things up with new flavor!

Stop by Wilson’s Curiously Good Foods to add a little spice to your life with their new posset flavor: Sweet Corn Sriracha! Posset is a traditional dessert made of flavored thickened cream. Spicy not your thing? Then try one of their other amazing flavors, like lemon, raspberry, ginger & black pepper, or chocolate!

Nether Providence taking limited edition preorders this week!

Nether Providence Soap Company returns this week, and will be taking holiday preorders for her new Alpine Frost shea butter solseie soap! While it is a bit early to be thinking about the holidays, maker Saarene needs at least an eight week lead time to make and properly cure the soaps, and they can only be made in small batches. Stop by her tent to smell a sample, and then place your order now! This soap may be available closer to the holidays, but it will be in very limited quantities. So don’t miss your chance to get this special soap!

Pasture Song Farm returns this week with a brand new bag!

Pasture Song Farm will be back at the Market this week, and besides all of their usual, yummy meat products, they will be bringing something special this week: canvas tote bags! These adorable bags are all organic cotton and made in the USA. Get yours at the Market this week. And while you’re there, make sure you check our their gorgeous bouquets, they make a stunning addition to your summertime decor!

Musical guest: Christine Kinslow!

Christine Kinslow returns this week with her acoustic guitars and passionate vocals. Covering country, folk, and contemporary artists, plus her own original songs, Christine puts her unique stamp on everything. Enjoy her unassuming charm and easy nature while you shop this week! Her debut EP Summer Changes Everything is available on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon.


It’s a spirited Market this week!

Up your spirits with Red Brick Craft Distillery!

Red Brick Craft Distillery will be making their debut at the Market tomorrow! Based in Philadelphia, they specialize in small-batch whiskey and other spirits made with local ingredients.

​Red Brick makes small batch, artisanal, award-winning whiskeys, rum, and moonshine using Pennsylvania grains. They also feature From the Woods, a unique spirit inspired by Pennsylvania Dutch birch beer. They make their own birch beer fermented with wildflower honey and brown sugar and naturally flavored with black birch, which is then distilled and aged in barrels after they’ve been used to make their award-winning single malt whiskey. Come on out and welcome Red Brick to the Market!

WIC Returns to the Market

The Foundation for Delaware County WIC Program is returning this week!  An experienced Nutritionist will be on hand to answer parent’s questions about how to get the kids to eat a larger variety of fruits and vegetables.  There will be recipes for seasonal picks and a fun game for the kids.  All participating WIC families that stop by the WIC table will receive a reusable grocery tote with measuring spoon, measuring cup and will be eligible to enter a drawing to win a toddler MyPlate.​

Musical guest: The Minor Adjustments!

The Minor Adjustments are returning to the Market this week as well!  They are an acoustic jam band based out of Media, PA consisting of 4 members: Graham Brewer on mandolin, Jacob Brewer on guitar, Sarah Scarborough on vocals, and Peter Subramanian on fiddle. Their sound takes influences from bluegrass and country to jazz and blues, aiming for a diverse musical palette spanning genres while sticking to the simplistic roots of acoustic sound.

Register to Vote at the Market!

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! This is a non-partisan, unaffiliated group of volunteers.

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