Don’t Forget: Tomorrow is the Media Farmers Market!

The Media Farmers Market is Rain or Shine!

We’d like to extend a huge “Thank You” to everyone who braved the weather last Sunday to attend the re-opening of the Media Farmers Market. We were overwhelmed by your dedication and support, and we look forward to all that the season will bring!

We just want to remind you that the Market is rain or shine, so the weather report for tomorrow won’t hinder the Market. We will be there! Throughout the season, in the case of dangerous weather (lightening, high winds) please check our Facebook and Instagram pages for updates on the status of the Market.

Christine Kinslow Returns!

With acoustic guitars and passionate vocals, singer/songwriter Christine Kinslow spins out tales of country charm while crafting melodies that breathe life into real situations. A versatile performer, Christine puts her unique stamp on fan favorites, covering country and folk artists like Willie Nelson, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan and Alison Krauss, to contemporary artists like Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, Prince, Jewel, and others; as well as her own singular compositions. Christine’s original songs are mesmerizing tales of simple people with human stories to tell. Her unassuming charm and easy nature invite you into her world like a welcome guest. Once you’ve entered Christine’s world you won’t want to leave. Check out her debut EP “Summer Changes Everything” now available on iTunes, CD Baby and Amazon.

May 19 Vendors

Anita’s Guacamole
Firehouse Donuts
Gails Egg Farm
Kneehigh Farm
Maiale Deli & Salumeria
Media Bean and Bakery
Mediterra Olive Oil
Midnite Mushroom Farm
Pasture Song Farm
Robin Hill Organics
Sharrah Orchards
Stone & Key Cellars
Sunset Slush
Nether Providence Soap Company

Vendors are subject to change without notice.

SNAP Accepted – Visit the Manger’s Table

Most vendors accept credit/debit

Are you interested in volunteering for the 2018 market? Contact us here for more information!

Proud to partner with Farm to City, a Philadelphia-based business whose mission is to unite communities, families, and farmers year round through good locally grown food. Farm to City operates 13 farmers markets in Philadelphia and its suburbs.

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