Like all cities, Easton has transformed itself many times over in the past two centuries. Those of us that live, work and play in Easton today all posses our own unique memories. Whether you lived through the great flood, shopped downtown during the hustle and bustle of the mid-century or discovered the city after its rebirth, there’s one experience we’ve all been fortunate enough to share – the market. Nestled in the heart of the City, the Easton Farmers’ Market has remained a constant, continuing to beat for 266 years.
On July 7th we celebrate a legacy of local food and the richness of our community. We’ll come together to share our memories, and create new ones. Join us as we honor America’s oldest, continuous open-air market, and celebrate the great City of Easton!
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