FARM TO CITY’S 2017 FARMERS’ MARKET SCHEDULE

Real Farmers, Real Food.

Farm to City manages 13 weekly, outdoor farmers’ markets, listed below. These markets provide your neighborhood with fresh foods produced in the region. At your community market, you can meet the people who grow and make your food. Visit our markets to shop from local farmers and food artisans. Experience the changing seasons as the crops reach their peak flavor.

The FMNP vouchers, also known as the Senior or WIC checks, are accepted at every market. SNAP/Access is accepted when noted. Most vendors accept credit and debit at their stands.

TUESDAYS

Rittenhouse Square: 18th & Walnut Streets,10am-2pm

Fresh fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Rineer Family Farm, plus sustainably raised meats from the pastures of Pequea Valley; peaches, blueberries, greenhouse tomatoes, and sunflowers from Hands on the Earth Orchards; Bablyon Gardens grows a large variety of microgreens; Made in the Shade lemonade joins the market for the summer.

WEDNESDAYS

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

PennCash & Dining Dollars accepted

Fresh fruits and vegetables from Beechwood Orchards; breads, rolls, muffins, cookies, granola, and more from Big Sky Bakery; John & Kira's chocolates; PetAl sells a wide variety of plants & flowers for your garden, your home, and your office.

The Fountain: East Passyunk Avenue at 11th & Tasker Streets, 3-7pm

Seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, and honey from the Garden State and Lancaster County; Amish baked goods; artisanal breads and baked goods from the Wayfare Baker; locally raised meat, poultry, and eggs from Primal Supply Meats; local cheeses from Fair Food; plus Valente’s Italian Specialties, D’Emilio’s Old World Ice Treats, and Vin Cafe with Buckingham Valley Vineyards Wine.

THURSDAYS

Jefferson: 10th & Chestnut Streets, 11am-3pm

SNAP accepted when McCann's Farm returns to the market.

Seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers and honey from McCann’s Farm; shop at PetAl’s stand and choose the plants and flowers to start your garden or to decorate your home; and Bright Yellow Creamery's seasonally inspired locally sourced ice cream.

Powers Park: Almond & East Ann Streets in Port Richmond, 3-7pm

Our newest market and the first farmers’ market in the Port Richmond neighborhood. Shop at Goose Lane Egg Farm for a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, plus pasture-raised pork, poultry, and eggs, local milk and cheeses; Taste of Puebla makes authentic Mexican food, famous for their tamales and guacamole, and ask about their taco platters; D’Emilio’s Old World Water Ice Treats every week; special guest vendors: Red Brick Craft Distillery every other week; Shiloh Goodness's honey and maple syrup once a month, and Neil's Sharpening Service on the fourth Thursday of every month.

Mt. Airy: On Carpenter Lane at Greene Street across from the Weavers Way Co-op, 2-6pm

Open now! Open from June 22nd to August 31st.

Jersey Fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, and honey from the Sorbello Girls Farm of Elk Township. 

FRIDAYS

Gorgas Park: Ridge Avenue & Acorn Street, 3-7pm

SNAP accepted

Jersey Fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers, plants and honey from McCann’s Farm; many varieties of fresh breads including gluten-free baked goods, and other Jewish and Eastern European delicacies, that’s why they call him J’s GourAmaze Fine Foods and Baked Goods.

SATURDAYS

Rittenhouse Square: 18th & Walnut Streets, open year-round, 9am-3pm from May to end of November; 10am-2pm from December to end of April

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

Seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, succulents, honey, plus sweet and hard cider from several local farms; sustainably raised meats, poultry, and eggs; Kennett Square mushrooms from Davidson’s Exotics; farmstead cheeses from Shellbark Hollow; seafood and shellfish from the Jersey Shore; shop for baked goods at Wild Flour Bakery, Flour & Oats Artisan Cookies, Philly Bread, and Amaranth Gluten-free Bakery; local wine from Blue Mountain Vineyards and local whiskey from Red Brick; seasonal soups from Good Spoon; naturally fermented foods and kombucha; freshly made lemonade and herbal ice teas; locally sourced ice cream from Bright Yellow Creamery; chocolates and candies from John & Kira’s; all natural soups and body care products; and lots more.

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Bryn Mawr: Lancaster & Bryn Mawr Avenues across from Ludington Library in the Amtrak Station parking lot, open year round, 9am-1pm from April 29th to December 30th; 10am-noon from January to end of April

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

Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Goose Lane Egg Farm, Urban Roots, and certified organic Two Gander Farm; Kennett Square from Davidson’s Exotics; Frecon Farms grows cherries, blueberries, peaches, plums, apples, and pears, plus makes sweet and hard cider; plants and flowers from Herbal Springs and Lavender Hill Farm; botanical medicine making and herbal tea blends from Tooth of the Lion Apothecary Farm; local honey and beeswax products from Greenway Apiaries; sustainably raised meats, poultry, ostrich, and eggs from Canter Hill; farmstead cheeses from Birchrun Hills and Shellbark Hollow; breads and baked goods from Wild Flour Bakery, Amaranth Gluten-free Bakery, Flour & Oats, Sarah Bakes, and Firehouse Donuts; naturally fermented foods from Doc Pickle; shop for ice cream at iSwich Gourmet, popsicles from Lil Pop Shop; locally roasted fair-trade coffee from Philly Fair Trade Roasters; natural soaps and body care products; artisanal pastas, seasonal soups, chocolates and candies, toffee popcorn, and Azim and his Mediterranean Cuisine is out there grilling every week.

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Chestnut Hill: Winston Road & Germantown Avenue in front of The Mermaid Inn, open year round, NEW HOURS: 9am-1pm from May to end of November; 10am-noon from December to the end of April

Seasonal fruits, vegetables, and herbs from Rineer Family Farms, Fahnestock Fruit Farm, certified organic Landisdale Farm, and Taproot Farm; shop for sustainably raised meats, poultry, and eggs at Taproot Farm, Canter Hill, Landisdale, and Rineer Family farms; a wide variety of fresh, seasonal mushrooms and foraged foods from Primordia Farm; plants, flowers, and succulents from Lunaria Gardens; bread and cheese from Wonderful Good Market; delectable recipes inspired by the seasons from Market Day Canele; plus local honey from Randalia Hives, sorbetto from D’Emilio’s Old World Ice Treats, popsicles from Summer J Artisan Ice Pops, and the Foolish Waffles food truck.

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East Falls: Kelly Drive and N. Ferry Road, in parking lot between Ridge Avenue, across from the Trolley Car Cafe, 10am-2pm

Locally grown, seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, plants, and honey from McCann’s Farm in Elk Township, NJ.

The East Falls Farmers Market volunteer committee is recruiting craft vendors. If interested, write to eastfallsfarmersmarket@gmail.com for an application.

Swarthmore: Town Center Parking Lot, 9:30am-1:30pm

Seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, plants, flowers and honey from local farms: Beechwood Orchards, Berry Patch, Kneehigh Farm; sustainably raised meats, poultry, eggs, and dairy from Ironstone Creamery; fresh mushrooms from Kennett Square; baked goods, bread, granola, and cookies from the Big Sky Bakery, plus Firehouse Donuts; botanical medicine making local honey and beeswax products from Randalia Hives; seasonal soups, fair trade coffee from Greenstreet, water ice and popsicles, gourmet pickles, natural soaps, and more.

Every week: food trucks, live music, local artists, and kids activities.

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SUNDAYS

Dickinson Square: Moyamensing Avenue & Morris Street, 10am-2pm

Seasonal fruits and vegetables, and honey from two local farms: Darmo Family Farm and The Potato Homestead; fresh breads and baked goods from Wild Flour Bakery; locally sourced ice cream from Bright Yellow Creamery, plus Valente’s Italian Specialties, Liberty Plants, and D'Emilio's Old World Ice Treats.

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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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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