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Summer Fun at the Market! 🌞 🍨

Stop Foraging, ‘Shrooms Are Back

We know you’ve missed having mushrooms at the Market. So we’re excited to announce that mushrooms are back! Stop by Kneehigh’s tent where Emma will have shiitake and oyster mushrooms from Woodland Jewel Mushrooms! Quantities will be limited at first, so get there early!

Plum Pit Food Truck

Local caterer The Plum Pit will be at the Market this week with their food truck. They are not your average food truck and specialize in Modern World cuisine. All of their food is fresh and delicious. They plan to have a combination of breakfast and lunch items available this week. Stop by for a bite while you shop!

iSwich has ice cream cups

Did you know that iSwich has ice cream cups? Perfect for eating while strolling the market, or for the kids. Stop by to see what exciting flavors they have available this week!

Neil’s Sharpening Service

Neil’s Sharpening is at the Market this week. You know the deal: bring those kitchen knives, garden tools, mower blades, clipper blades, and more to be sharpened while you shop!

Kids’ Market Passport Program 

Bring the kids to the Market and stop by the Manager’s Table so they can pick up their very own Produce Passport. Visit each week to see what the food of the week is. They can then draw it in their passport and earn a stamp. As they progress through the passport, they’ll earn small prizes as well as a grand prize once the passport is completed! 

Update those signs!

Have you noticed that your yard sign is out of date again? Stop by the Manager’s Tent to pick up new date and time stickers for your sign. We appreciate your continued support!

June 23 Vendors

New Vendors
Plum Pit Food Truck
Woodland Jewel Mushrooms

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
iSwich Gourmet
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
Neil’s Sharpening Service
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars
Taste of Puebla
Trotter Hill Alpacas
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!

Kid’s Market Passport Returns! 🍎🍅🌽

Pineapple Cider at Stone & Key

Summer is just around the corner, and if that’s got you thinking of tropical drinks, then stop by Stone & Key Cellars to find out more about their new Pineapple Cider! Made with locally sourced cider from Solebury Orchards, this clean & crisp cider is sure to be a refreshing summertime treat. Cider not your thing? Then try their amazing fruit wines – perfect for a summer sangria!

Kids’ Market Passport Program 

You’ve been asking for it, and we’re so happy to say: the kid’s Market Passport program has returned! Stop by the Manager’s Table to pick up your passport. Visit each week to see what the veggie of the week is, draw it in your passport and earn a stamp. As you progress through the passport, you’ll earn small prizes as well as a grand prize once you complete the passport! 

The Market is More Accessible

After hearing helpful input from you, our shoppers, we’ve made a change to make the Market more accessible! Going forward, we will not be closing the gates at the Front Street end of the Market. This means that people needing access no longer need to go up and down the sidewalk ramps to gain access to Edgemont Street. Close parking is usually available as well in front of the school or by the fields.

Update those signs!

Have you noticed that your yard sign is out of date again? Then stop by the Market to find out how you can get a sticker to promote our current hours. We so appreciate your continued support!

June 16 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
iSwich Gourmet
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
Nether Providence Soap Co.
Pasture Song Farm
Red Brick 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!

The Market has art! 🎨

Spring Peas have arrived

Stop by Robin Hill Organics for the first of the spring peas! These peas are always a fan favorite and sell out quickly, so make sure to get there early for the best selection of peas, beets, and garlic scapes, as well as the usual roots and greens. 

Learn Origami at the Market

Feeling crafty this weekend? Then meet Megan and learn origami! Origami traditionally refers to the Japanese art of paper folding, but in modern usage is used to refer to all paper folding techniques regardless of culture of origin. Stop by to learn how to make beautiful paper sculptures without a single cut, piece of tape, or drop of glue!

Plein-Air Painters Feature the Market

The Market will also be visited by local plein-air (French for “outdoor”) painters. They will have their easels and canvases set up to paint scenes of our Market. Their finished pieces will be featured as part of the Harvest Gathering event as the Community Arts Center in Wallingford.

June 9 Vendors

Brandywine Valley Bread
Firehouse Donuts
Holy Myrrh Pierogies
iSwich Gourmet
Kneehigh Farm
Mediterra Olive Oil
New-Bee Ranch
Pasture Song Farm
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Shellbark Hollow
Stone & Key Cellars
Taste of Puebla
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!



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