FARM TO CITY’S 2018 FARMERS’ MARKET SCHEDULE

Real Farmers, Real Food.

Our farmers' markets are open and ready for you find. Join us at the markets every week and watch the seasons change. Meet the people who grow and make the food that nourishes yourself, your family, and your friends. 

Most food stands accept credit and debit cards.

Below is our schedule of markets open now. Scroll down to see the list of markets opening soon. 

ON WEDNESDAYS

University Square Market: 10am — 5pm, 36th & Walnut Streets in front of the Penn Bookstore.

Producers at market: Beechwood Orchards, Big Sky Bakery, John & Kira's,The Raw Spa. PennCash & Dining Dollars accepted during the fall and spring semesters, not for the summer season.

Open one more market this year: Wednesday December 5th. We return to a weekly schedule on January 16th.

EVERY SATURDAY

Rittenhouse Square: Saturdays 10am — 2pm, 18th & Walnut Streets. Open every Saturday in the winter.

One of the largest farmers’ market in Philadelphia, over 25 local farmers and food artisans every Saturday during the growing season. 

Producers at market: 4mula, Amaranth Bakery, Anita's Guacamole, Ashbell's Premium Smoked Meats & Seafood, Aurora Grace Chocolates & Bakery, Beechwood Orchards,  Blue Mountain Vineyards, Davidson Exotic Mushroom, Doc Pickle, Flour & Oats Artisanal Cookies, Frecon Farms, Gail's Farm, Good Spoon Foods, Hands on the Earth Orchard, John & Kira's, Market Day Canele, MicroLeaf Farms, PetAl Plants & Flowers, Philly Bread, Plowshare Farm, Rafiki Shoppe, Rambling Roots Farm, Red Brick Craft Distillery, Rineer Family Farms, Shellbark Hollow Farm, Shore Catch, Tassot Apiaries, The Raw Spa, Tooth of the Lion Apothecary Farm, Triple Tree Flowers, Valente's Italian Specialties, Wild Flour Bakery, and Z Food Farm. Also: M2B Art Metals for December. 

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Bryn Mawr: Lancaster & Bryn Mawr Avenues across from Ludington Library in the Amtrak Station parking lot.

New winter schedule: Open every Saturday in December 10am — 12ish. From January to end of March, open every 1st, 3rd, and 5th Saturdays 10am — 12pm. We return to our weekly 9am — 1pm schedule in April.

The largest farmers’ market on the Main Line, over 20 local farmers and food artisans every Saturday during the growing season.

Producers at market: Amaranth Bakery, Aria Mediterranean Cuisine, Birchrun Hills Farm, Canter Hill Farm, Doc Pickle, Firehouse Donuts, Frecon Farms, Good Spoon Foods, John & Kira's, Katja's Empanadas, Nether Providence Soap Company, Philly Fair Trade Roasters, Red Brick Craft Distillery, Sarah Bakes, Shellbark Hollow Farm, Stagecoach Orchard Apiary, Taste of Puebla, Tooth of the Lion Apothecary Farm, Trotter Hill Alpaca Farm, Two Gander Farm, Urban Roots Farm, Whiskey Hollow, Wild Flour Bakery.

Plus Neil's Sharpening Service the first Saturday of every month.

And meet the newest vendor: Local 130 Seafood, from Asbury Park, bringing to market fresh, sustainably caught seafood and shellfish from the New Jersey fisheries and day boats.

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Chestnut Hill: Saturdays 10am —12ish. Winston Road & Germantown Avenue in front of The Mermaid Inn, open year round.

Producers at market: Fahnestock Fruit Farm, Foolish Waffles, Green Lion Bread, Landisdale Farm, Market Day Canele, Primordia Farm, Red Brick Craft Distillery, Rineer Family Farms, Taproot Farm, Whiskey Hollow.

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SUNDAYS

Media: during the winter, open every 1st and 3rd Sundays, 10am — 12pm, all winter long. We return to our weekly 10am — 2pm schedule in May 2019.

At every market during the winter: Sharrah Orchards, Robin Hill Organics, Midnite Mushrooms with Gail's Farm eggs, Firehouse Donuts, Maiale Salumeria, Red Brick Craft Distillery, and Wilson's Curiously Good Foods. M2B Art Metals will be coming for every market in December.

Neil's Sharpening Service comes on the 3rd Sundays of each month. Also on the 3rd Sundays: Pasture Song Farm, New-Bee Ranch, Stone & Key Cellars.

Check the website for the most up to date information: https://mediafarmersmarket.com.

CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

Rittenhouse Tuesday: Tuesdays 10am — 2pm, at 18th and Walnut Streets. Returns June 2019.

The Fountain: 3 — 7pm, East Passyunk Avenue at 11th and Tasker Streets. Returns May 2019.

Mt. Airy: Thursdays 2pm — 6pm, on Carpenter Lane at Greene Street across from the Weavers Way Co-op. Returns July 2019.

Jefferson: Thursdays 11am — 3pm, at 925 Chestnut Street. Returns May 2019.

Gorgas Park: Fridays 3 — 7pm, on Ridge Avenue and Acorn Street in Gorgas Park. Returns May 2019.

Ambler: Saturdays 9am — 1pm, 29 W. Butler Avenue in SEPTA parking lot next to Trax Café. Returns May 2019.

Swarthmore: Saturdays 9:30am — 1:30pm, 121 Park Avenue, in Town Center Parking lot. Returns May 2019.

Dickinson Square: Sundays 10am — 2pm, at Moyamensing Avenue and Morris Street. Returns May 2019. See DICKINSON SQUARE LOCAL FOOD IN WINTER, below. 

North Front Street: Sundays 10am — 2pm, North Front Street & Cecil B Moore Avenue. See you next year!

FARMERS AND FOOD ARTISANS

If you are interested in selling items you produce at our farmers' markets, please return to the home page and click on Sell Local Food.

Our markets are producer only - with very few exceptions. All of the farmers and food artisans from the Philadelphia area must grow, raise, or produce the items they sell thus providing market communities with fresh foods produced in the region. For new food artisans: you must use locally grown and raised products in your recipes in order to be eligible for Farm to City markets.

DICKINSON SQUARE LOCAL FOOD IN WINTER

Farm to City is partnering with Philly Food Works to bring the Dickinson Square community fresh food from local farms around Philadelphia once a week during the cold months until our Farmer’s Market reopens in May 2019.

The founders of Philly Foodworks (PFW) got their start urban farming in West Philadelphia and realized the need for a better way for small farmers to sell their produce. PFW created an online market with the largest selection of local food in the city, making it easy for you to buy healthy, fresh food while supporting the local community. PFW’s online market features:

How It works:

  1. Set up your account using one of the links below
    1. For credit card payments: www.phillyfoodworks.com
    2. For SNAP shares using an EBT ACCESS card: https://www.greensgrow.org/csa/snap
  2. Choose pick-up or delivery and start ordering food
  3. For your first order, use Discount Code: DICKINSONSQUAREFM for $15 off!
  4. Select your pickup location or choose home delivery
  5. Pick up is Thursday 4:30 – 11 pm at Pennsport Beer Boutique, 232 Wharton Street between 3rdStreet and Moyamensing Avenue.
  6. Orders must be placed (or update if making changes to a share) by 10am the Wednesday prior to delivery

Home Delivery:

There is a $5 charge for home delivery in the neighborhood and deliveries occur on Friday between 5-7pm. The delivery fee is waived on orders $75 and over. When you sign-up for an account, list any delivery instructions including who to call or where to leave the order if no one is home.

 

 

 

 

 

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