Meet our market family – a passionate group of farmers, entrepreneurs, chefs and artists – fully committed to their craft and dedicated to making our world a better, healthier, more beautiful place.
(W) = Wednesday Vendor, (S) = Saturday Vendor
All farms undergo onsite inspection to verify growing practices and animal care.
Apple Ridge Farm (W/S)
Apple Ridge Farm is located in Saylorsburg, PA – owned and operated by Brian and Lisa Bruno. They offer certified naturally grown and hydroponic produce, pastured chicken, artisan breads and baked goods, handmade soap and more. Apple Ridge is a sustainable family farm. “In nature everything works together in harmony and we find the same is true in agriculture. The more diverse our farm becomes the better it runs. We carefully manage the pastures to feed the animals, the animals in turn help build and fertilize the soil which in turn feeds our vegetables, the leftover vegetables help feed the animals and the soil.” To learn more about Apple Ridge Farm’s growing practices and their CSA and buying club visit CLICK HERE.
1198 Pennel Road
Saylorsburg, PA 18353
Backyard Growers (S)
Richard Hafner and Ed Fulmer are fixtures at the Easton Farmers’ Market – selling in the square since 2003. The Bethlehem, PA pair are known for their expert growing advice, heirloom apples, unique houseplants and flowers and select veggies. EFM shoppers know to visit the Backyard Growers bright and early because their products are offered in small batches.
Beechwood Orchards (S)
Beechwood Orchards is a fifth generation, family-owned farm that has been operating in Adams County for over a century. The farm is currently run by David and Tammy Garretson. In 2005 they were joined by their son, Shawn Garretson after he graduated from Penn State with a degree in horticulture, and daughter, Melissa Allen. Beechwood Orchards is a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture (PASA) and practices Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to control disease and pests in the field. IPM is an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management that relies on a combination of common-sense practices. IPM programs use current, comprehensive information on the life cycles of pests and their interaction with the environment. Seasonal fruit offerings include: strawberries, cherries (sweet, sour and Rainier), blueberries, raspberries, dozens of varieties of peaches, plums, apricots and pears; grapes, quince and more than 50 types of apples, plus award-winning cider, applesauce and fruit butters; and assorted heirloom vegetables including asparagus.
Blooming Glen Farm (S)
Tom Murtha and Tricia Borneman strive to be good stewards of the land by maintaining and enhancing soil, water and air quality through sustainable farming practices, and in 2014 Blooming Glen Farm became USDA Certified Organic. They encourage and support a small farm ecosystem of diverse plants, birds and pollinators. Crops are grown without synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or genetically modified organisms. They use compost, cover crops, mulching and crop rotation to encourage healthy soil and plants and to build long term fertility. Blooming Glen believes a healthy body is inseparable from a healthy soil. Offerings include a full array of heirloom vegetables, sweet corn, strawberries, melons and fresh-cut flowers.
98 Moyer Rd.,
Perkasie, PA 18944
Chandeluna Farm (S)
Chandeluna Farm believes in the value of a high quality, fresh and pleasurable lifestyle. Chandeluna offers safe, responsibly managed herb starts for your garden, cut herbs to enhance your meals, highly nutritious and delicious quail eggs, glorious edible flowers and fresh tea plants, candied herbs and flowers, and an assortment of naturally dyed garments and home decor items, along with sweetly soft felted toys that honor nature and farm life. ‘I wish to share the joy of pure, fresh living,’ says Megan. ‘We all deserve the richness and beauty that nature has to offer.’ Chandeluna uses NO GMO, NO Hormone grains grown in Lancaster and natural foraging for their super fresh quail eggs. Chandeluna maintains their plants using natural, sustainable methods. The farm is also home to an Icelandic sheep flock and angora bunny rabbit whose wools are dyed with plants from the farm and around the world. ‘We are proud to offer happy, locally grown herb plants for your garden that are in synch with the season.’
257 Borger Road
Kunkletown, PA 18058
Jett’s Produce (W)
Thadeus Jett has made it his priority to build up the soil naturally and safely. He started farming using chemical-free methods in 2006 and has since learned how to farm with more than 20 different micro nutrients. Farmer Thad grows produce 52 weeks a year using high tunnels. His main concern in all seasons is growing the highest quality, nutrient dense food to nourish your body and soul.
87 Ridge Road
Telford, PA 18969
Pheasant Hill Farm (S)
George and Melanie DeVault have grown chemical-free produce (mostly heirloom varieties) since 1975. They’ve kept things small to focus on quality — growing everything from arugula to zinnias, with chemical-free blueberries, raspberries, heirloom tomatoes, greens and flowers taking top billing. Melanie focuses on specialty cut flower bouquets, and starting hundreds of seed varieties, mostly heirloom, in their many high tunnels. George fixes, builds, plants, picks and manages a hundred other myriad chores. They’re life members of the Pennsylvania Association of Sustainable Agriculture (George was a two-term director) and Melanie is a 10-year member of the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers. George is also on the board of directors of Seed Savers Exchange, where he previously served as executive director, dedicated to preserving heirloom varieties.
3502 Main Road
East Emmaus PA 18049
Primordia Mushroom Farm (S)
Jesse Tobin and Matthew Sicher own and operate one of the few small, independent mushroom growers remaining in Pennsylvania. Using natural growing methods, they produce Shitake, Trumpet, Blue, Grey and Pink Oyster, Lion’s Mane and other mushroom varieties. In addition to selling at farmers’ markets, they sell to fine restaurants throughout the Lehigh Valley, Philadelphia and New York City.
351 Blue Rocks Road
Lenhartsville, PA 19534
Rolling Hills Farm (W)
Stephanie Spock and John Squicciarino believe that to grow the best produce possible while taking care of the land, the least amount of tillage should be used. They use permanent beds, that once made are never tilled again. “We do all our production without a tractor and without the use of harmful pesticides. Sharing what we have accomplished with our local community is everything we could wish for to inspire healthy eating in those around us as well as in ourselves.” Rolling Hills grows many varieties of vegetables and fruits including asparagus, peas and strawberries, and also oyster mushrooms.
133 Seabrook Road
Lambertville NJ 08530
Salvaterra’s Gardens (S)
Salvaterra’s Gardens is a family-owned business that grows over 100 different varieties of high quality chemical-free vegetables. Started in 2008 as a small urban garden located in Allentown, Salvaterra’s is now located in Alburtis where they specialize in growing an exceptionally wide selection of high quality produce. They combine the use of 1800′s Parisian-style gardening techniques with 21st century farming techniques to conserve resources while generating a high yield. Salvaterra’s Gardens’ produce is grown almost entirely by hand without the use of heavy equipment, synthetic pesticides, chemical fertilizers, herbicides or genetically modified organisms.
Scholl Orchards (W/S) — Scholl’s begins selling in late June/Early July
Since 1948 folks have been coming to Scholl Orchards, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, for their superior home grown fruits. The Scholl Family offers its customers fresh, hand-picked peaches, nectarines, pears, apples, plums, sour cherries and cider. Scholl’s practices Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and strives to grow the highest quality, best-tasting fruit imaginable. They also offer a variety of vegetables, melons, pumpkins and gourds.
3057 Center Street,
Bethlehem, PA 18017
BaD Farm (S)
BaD Farm is family owned by Beth and Dave Rice & Sons in Kempton, PA. Dave started milking his own herd of cows in 1983 and in 1985 he married Beth and started calling the farm B and D Farm. Over the years the name has been shortened to BaD Farm. Since then both the herd and the Rice family have grown. In 2009 the farm secured a PA Raw Milk Permit and a year later the Rice family began producing raw milk cheese. The Rice Family now offers raw milk, more than a dozen varieties of aged and soft cheese, yogurt, cage-free brown eggs and beef products.
86 Wieder Road
Kempton, PA 19529
Ironstone Creamery (W/S)
Ironstone Creamery is a diversified farm in Upper Bucks County, PA. Joe and Kim Albano run a micro-dairy producing raw milk, yogurts, butter, and cheese from their grass fed Jersey cows, and also offer some cuts of beef. They are committed to land stewardship based on sustainable agriculture and the distribution of high quality natural food.
4025 Lehnenberg Road
Riegelsville PA 18077
Valley Milkhouse (S)
Cheesemaker Stefanie Angstadt’s passion for cheese making began in Brooklyn and then carried her to the award-winning Avalanche Cheese Co. in Basalt, Colorado where she learned the craft of olde-world style cheesemaking. Stephanie has returned to Pennsylvania and her German ancestors’ local roots in Oley Valley to handcraft raw, pasteurized and aged cheeses, butter and yogurt from sheep and cow milk. Milk for the cheese, yogurt and butter is sourced from nearby dairy farms who graze their animals rotationally on chemical-free pastures and never feed their animals grain — 100%, nothin’-but-grass fed milking herds — and the proof is in the curds! Valley Milkhouse currently offers sheep cheese, cow cheese, sheep milk yogurt and cultured butter from cow milk.
92 Covered Bridge Road
Oley, PA 19547
Breakaway Farms (S)
“All Life Begins 100% Pure…We Feed Life Accordingly. From mother’s first milk, you can be sure that our animals receive only the healthiest nutrition.” – Farmer Nate Thomas.
Breakaway Farms takes extra steps to ensure you receive the finest meats, poultry and eggs. Breakaway Farms products are: Pasture Raised 100% Grass Fed, Chemical Free, Contain NO Antibiotics, NO Hormones, NO Pesticides, NO Herbicides, NO Artificial Fertilizers, NO Animal By-Products, Not Artificially Flavored, Not Artificially Colored and Contain NO Preservatives. Breakaway Farms sells beef, poultry, pork, lamb, goat, eggs and pet food. Breakaway Farms maintains both retail and wholesale divisions, call for more information.
2446 Valleyview Road
Mount Joy, PA 17552
Purely Farm (S)
The Purely Farm Story as told by Joanna and Marc Michini… “In 2004 we decided to pursue our calling and began farming in Bucks County. Purely Farm evolved out of a reluctant vegetarian’s search for an alternative to factory farmed meats and a hunter/gardener’s quest for a self sustaining lifestyle. Over the years this journey has granted us the opportunity to offer families wholesome naturally pasture-raised meats. From the start we have chosen quality over quantity. We raise and process broilers in small batches with an attention to detail resulting in the cleanest, freshest birds ever experienced. Our pigs are born on the farm, remain together in individual litters, and are permitted to grow as tight family units. We believe our meats’ distinct flavor comes from the combination of life out on pasture and a diet supplemented by mineral rich, organic grain rations that are locally grown. All of our animals at Purely Farm are raised on pasture. Through practicing different methods of pasture management we are able to raise healthy, nutritious meats with distinct and savory flavor.” Purely Farm offers pork, chicken, turkey, lamb and eggs.
55 Municipal Road
Pipersville, PA 18947
Pie In The Sky (S)(formerly Debbie’s Kitchen)
Debbie Lane of Pie In The Sky offers Southern heirloom recipe cakes, old fashioned pies, tender loaves of bread, hearty cookies (many made with whole-wheat flour), muffins and sweet rolls, multi-grain waffles, as well as gluten-free and vegan baked goods and hearty soups. Debbie brings to your family the same “from-scratch” goodness that she has been baking into every bite for her own large family and friends for many years.
Freckle Face Fudge (W)
Freckle Face offers a variety of delicious homemade fudge prepared with simple wholesome ingredients. Proprietor John Toner tells it this way: “One chilly day, Daddy decided to make fudge. He went to the kitchen & created his first yummy pan of dark chocolate salted fudge. Mommy and Maggie loved it! We all sat down together and began thinking of fabulous combinations. Since then, Daddy has made over two dozen types of fudge. We decided it was time to share our fudge with everyone so we created our little home business, Freckle Face Fudge. Our mission is to bring happiness & love to everyone — one piece of fudge at a time.”
Saxman Breads (S)
Eric Saxman is the proprietor of this fine artisan bread bakery specializing in old world European-style hard crusted breads. All the breads are made from all-natural ingredients with no additives or preservatives and are baked fresh daily. Offerings include: Baguettes, Boules, Epi, Rustic Italian, Fougasse, Ciabatta, Olive Bread, Focaccia (5 varieties), Sour Dough, Chocolate-Cherry Sour Dough, Multi Grain Sour Dough, loaf breads- Honey Wheat, Farm Grain and Cinnamon Raisin.
Lansdale PA 19446
Stone Oven at Apple Ridge Farm (W/S)
After a trip to Northern California in 2006, the Brunos knew what their little farm was missing — a wood-fired brick oven! Owner, Brian Bruno says, “Our bakery is just the way we like it, small and plain. If it wasn’t for the modern mixer you’d think you were stepping into a European bakery from the 1800’s.” Apple Ridge bakes in a 4’x6′ wood-fired brick oven and specializes in naturally leavened sourdough breads. Their breads are simple, all based on 3 main ingredients: flour, water, and sea salt. They use King Arthur organic flour along with ingredients grown on the farm such as garlic, potatoes, and onions. Apple Ridge also offers Bavarian pretzels, cookies, croissants, granola and dog biscuits.
1198 Pennel Road
Saylorsburg, PA 18353
Sweet Girlz Bakery (W)
Sweet Girlz proprietors, Kari & Jill, operate their quaint little bake-shop just a block away from the Easton Farmers’ Market. Utilizing treasured family recipes and fresh ingredients, they make everything from scratch. From cupcakes and cake pops to kiffles and sticky buns, you’re sure to find the perfect treat to satisfy your sweet tooth. Look for gluten-free desserts too!
40 N. Third Street
Easton, PA 18042
Tomblers Bakery (S)
For over 25 years Tomblers Bakery has been making the best in quality baked goods in Easton PA. They specialize in savory pasties with an incredible light, flaky crust and offer an array of fresh-fruit pies, cookies, shortbread, Welsh tea cakes and shoo-fly pie. Be sure to check out granddaughter Georgia’s “Kids’ Kake Club” too! “We use only ‘scratch bake’ methods and never use preservatives or artificial ingredients. Our customers can rest assured that baked goods from TOMBLERS are the best available!” – Karen & Skip Drake
1350 Industrial Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Aladdin Middle Eastern (S)
Aladdin Restaurant specializes in fresh, authentic Middle Eastern Cuisine and has been family owned and operated for over 30 years. Samantha Younes offers homemade Lebanese specialties using treasured family recipes including spinach and meat pies, babaganoush, smeed, hummus, tabbouleh, baklava and more.
651 Union Boulevard
Allentown, PA 18109
Easton Salsa Co. (W/S)
Easton Salsa recipes have been crafted over the years by President/Chef Arthur (Art) Skrzenski, who traveled to New Mexico to follow his passion. Now he has brought the taste of the Southwest home to Pennsylvania. Art’s Polish Salski is all natural and contains no artificial preservatives. Art explains “We use fresh produce to create our Salski. The only exception is our peaches, which we buy exclusively from Del Monte. They have no preservatives and are processed in California – a decision we made based on seasonal quality and safety for our customers. You will Taste The Freshness!” Easton Salsa company offers a variety of fresh and jarred salsa as well as hot sauces and salsa cream cheese. “Our products are dedicated to the “chili-heads” and their families. We like to take you right up to the edge without pushing you off the cliff. This way, we always have you coming back for more, bite after bite.” -Art
Easton, PA 18042
Lemon Tree Lane Kitchen (S) (formerly Heidi Mellon Catering)
Owner and chef Heidi Mellon offers all natural homemade soups, pasta and sauces, a wide variety of seasonal salads, bruschettas, tapenades, dips, stuffed cherry peppers & peppadews, pasta sauces & homemade pasta. She specializes in vegetarian fare and offers private and corporate catering. “I use local produce as much as possible, and during the market season feature produce from many of EFM’s farmers. All food is homemade from beginning to end, prepared in my kitchen with a whole lotta love.“ -Heidi Mellon
Allentown, PA 18109
Peace Valley Winery (S)
Before there was a Peace Valley Winery, there was a Susan’s vineyard. Susan Gross established her vineyard in Chalfont, PA in 1968 by planting 3 acres of wine grapes along with a large experimental plot of new hybrid grape varieties from France and Germany. Since that time, the vineyard has expanded into a commercial enterprise through experimenting with different varieties in order to determine which grapes work best for the local soil and climate. Peace Valley Winery was opened in late 1984 when Robert Kolmus joined Susan as a business partner. Rob started working at the vineyard as a high school student and continued on through his college days at Delaware Valley College where he majored in horticulture. Through years of study and hard work, Rob has turned the grapes from Susan’s vineyard into delicious, award-winning wines. Feel free to stop by the vineyard overlooking Lake Galena and Peace Valley Park. In addition to great wines you will find that they have expanded into a thriving pick-your-own farm as well. Peace Valley offers 90% estate bottled, sparkling wines, European varietals, French-hybrid cuvees and native fruit wines.
300 Old Limekiln Road
Chalfont, PA 18914
Pickle Licious (W/S)
Pickle Licious is a small mom & pop company located in Teaneck New Jersey, run by Robyn, Ray, and two daughters Alex & Taylor. Robyn “The Pickle Lady” has been in the pickle business for over twenty two years, selling at farmers’ markets along with street fairs and festivals in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Voted ‘Best Pickles, Olives and Hummus’ by Bergen Health & Life magazine in 2013; Pickle Licious specializes in pickles, olives, tapenades, hummus, and all things pickled and are also famous around the tri-state area their our pickle-on-a-stick which is loved by customers of all ages!
Tolino Vineyards (W)
Tolino Vineyards’ artisanal wines are inspired by their rich history of family Italian wine making. They’ve created an excellent selection of superior wines to exhilarate your palate. Enjoy the exceptional barrel-aged wine that was carefully crafted for your pleasure from their vines to your glass. 2010 Cabernet Franc – Winner of the Governor’s Cup at the 2014 Pennsylvania Farm Show Wine Competition and Double Gold at the 2015 Finger Lakes International Wine Competition!
280 Mount Pleasant Road
Bangor, PA 18013
Two Sisters Canning (S)
Marie Rickards makes jam and jelly ‘like Grandma used to make.’ She believes the freshest fruit is best, so she selects many of her jam and marmalade recipes based on what is available either in her family’s gardens or at nearby farmers ‘markets; and Two Sisters’ jelly is made from the freshest juices possible that contain no sugar, additives, or chemicals. Marie says, “I make everything in small batches to ensure quality,” and offers a variety of jams, jellies, marmalades, conserves, preserves, fruit-flavored butters and jarred salsa.
Oakford, PA 19053
Stagecoach Orchard Apiary (S)
Beekeeper, Peter Sliwka, aka “honey man” is known throughout the Northeast. His all natural, local raw honey and honeycomb is highly cherished by his many loyal customers.
Lehighton, PA 18235
Stark Juice (W)
Stark Juice is raw cold pressed juice sourced from locally grown fruits and vegetables. Operating out of an old feed mill in Kempton, PA, all juices are cold pressed and hand crafted in their certified, commercial kitchen to get the maximum nutritional benefit. Cold pressing preserves the plant’s live enzymes that would otherwise be destroyed by the heat created in other types of processing. Stark Juice does not use any pasteurization or heat of any kind, so all nutrients are left untouched making a delicious and healthy drink.
Tassot Apiaries Inc. (W)
Tassot Apiaries, Inc., a family-run business located in Hunterdon County NJ, manages bee hives on many parcels of land throughout New Jersey. They offer prize-winning raw, chemical-free honey which is locally harvested, raw, unfiltered, and unheated. Tasssot’s long-lasting, pure beeswax candles have the delicious light aroma of honey and their handcrafted, natural soaps are offered in various natural fragrances.
54 Rick Road
Milford, NJ 08848
Bank Street Creamery (W/S )
For fifteen years, folks have enjoyed the fresh, homemade ice cream offered by the family-owned and operated, Purple Cow Creamery. Well, “the Cow,” as it was fondly known has a brand new name! Drawing on its quaint location at 15 South Bank Street, this town favorite is now called Bank Street Creamery. You’ll find the same outstanding homemade ice cream and the same friendly faces and best of all you’ll find it at the Easton Farmers’ Market as well as on Bank Street! Look for special flavors, sourced from the farm-fresh seasonal fruits (and veggies) of the market – including new Beets n Berries! Also look for the debut of new fruitsicles!
15 S. Bank Street
Easton, PA 18042
Greenmouth Juice Café (S)
Greenmouth Juice Café began as a dream to educate people about the revolutionary power of real food. Since opening in 2014, they have been spreading the word through their health supportive menu that includes delicious vegetarian, vegan, and raw options in addition to their lineup of fresh, nutrient-dense, cold-pressed juices. Greenmouth’s scratch-made soups, salads, juices and signature lemonades are crafted with the freshest, highest quality ingredients available. Sarah Hinsch, Greenmouth’s founder and a Certified Health and Wellness Coach through the Institute for Integrative Nutrition in New York City says, “We support local, sustainable farmers whenever possible and select USDA certified organic products otherwise. Ask us about our sourcing and ingredients – we know our farmers, and care deeply about the building blocks of our offerings.”
526 Northampton Street
Easton, PA 18042
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters (W/S)
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters is a small batch roastery among the rolling hills of beautiful western NJ’s Hunterdon County that includes a roasting house, a cupping room, an education room, and a small farm. Kevin and Kristina offer their fresh-roasted, organic fair trade, single origin coffees and the specially created Easton Farmers’ Market Custom Blend. Enjoy freshly ground and brewed coffee on-site, steaming hot or iced for those sweltering summer days and their new line of teas.
Full of Crepe (S)
Ashley Caldwell, owner of Full of Crepe, says, “Fresh ingredients made-to-order speaks to everyone,” and the creperie’s market menu features fresh, local and seasonal ingredients sourced from local farms and EFM vendors. A variety of sweet, savory, gluten-free and vegan crepes, made-to-order, individually wrapped and served in a crepe holder – a delicious way to enjoy local and fresh!!
333 S. New St.
Bethlehem, PA 18015
Find them on Facebook: Full of Crepe LLC
Sumac Catering (W)
After working as a chef in Australia for eight years, Chef Victoria Hawach returned to the United States and started her own catering business -specializing in Mediterranean food. At the market Victoria offers charcoal-grilled chicken, wrapped in fresh-baked pita and served with her signature garlic sauce, along with tabbouleh, hummus, baba ganoush and refreshing ice-cold rose water.
Bethlehem Township, PA
Shawnee Inn (W)
The Shawnee Inn and Golf Resort sits on the banks of the Delaware River just minutes from the Delaware Water Gap Recreational Area north of Easton. This historic resort is committed to “reducing our carbon footprint, implementing sustainable practices and preserving our natural surroundings.” Over the past four years Shawnee has developed its farm-to-table dining program — taps its own maple trees, harvests honey from its apiary, brews its own beer and cultivates produce at their farm; and that pairs perfectly with Chef Rodney Tallada’s experience and deep-rooted interest in sustainable farm-to-table cuisine. Chef Rodney and the Shawnee team will be bringing their farm-to-table expertise to the market – sourcing produce, meats, breads and dairy products from our EFM vendors to create seasonal sandwiches and burgers.
100 Shawnee Inn Drive
Shawnee on Delaware, PA 18356
Sycamore Grille (S)
Lindsey Austin and her crew bring the taste and style of their Delaware Water Gap restaurant to EFM every Saturday, offering freshly prepared crab cakes, gourmet grilled cheese, seasonal sandwiches, breakfast burritos, peirogies, signature fries, fresh-squeezed lemonade and more! On festival days you’ll find specialties like Strawberry Shortcake and Hot Apple Fritters.
92 Main Street
Delaware Water Gap, PA 18327
Terra Café (S)
Terra Café is a familiar name in downtown Easton; the artsy café is located just a stone’s throw from Centre Square. At EFM Terra’s owners, Marcel Bedoya and Manuel Fresnada, focus entirely on fresh squeezed juices and all-natural fruit smoothies. They source much of their fruit and veggies straight from the market and blend new and exciting seasonal beverages each week!
321 Northampton St.
Easton, PA 18042
Since 1983, Chef Mike Moyer has owned and operated the down home, Belvidere NJ restaurant, Thisilldous. Mike brings ‘feel good’ food to EFM including his signature Apple BBQ Sauce, Cider Vinegar BBQ Sauce and Rib & Butt Rub. He and the Thisilldous crew also sell all-natural pulled pork (smoked on location with charcoal & applewood), available as a sandwich or in a to-go container, with delicious cole slaw as the perfect side dish.
320 Front Street
Belvidere, NJ 07823
Mercantile Home (S)
One-of-a-kind hand bags, note cards, unique treasures for the home, hand poured soy candles, cottage garden flowers and more. Each week there’s always something new to discover! All Mercantile products are designed and created in Ken & Ron’s downtown Easton studio.
526 Northampton Street
Easton , PA 18042
Teel’s Hill Soapworks (S)
Susan Knapp has been selling at the Easton Farmers’ Market since 2004. Her all-natural bodycare line includes handcrafted soaps, body spritz, massage oil, powders, lip balms and foot care products for men and women. All products feature essential oils, herbs and botanicals, with an emphasis on locally-grown lavender.
Pen Argyl, PA 18072
Arts Community of Easton (ACE) (W/S)
The mission of the Arts Community of Easton, ACE, is to encourage and promote the arts of all disciplines, to foster an appreciation of the arts, and enrich the quality of life of the Easton area by offering arts education opportunities and community programming. The ACE tent at the Easton Farmers’ Market features ACE member artists and crafters selling fine jewelry, pottery, paintings, fiber art and more. Look for “ARTISTS IN ACTION” hands-on community programs at the Wednesday Market.
HOWE SHARP Sharpening Services (W)
Jesse Howe is the owner of Howe Sharp Sharpening Services and a craftsman in the art of knife and tool sharpening. You can drop off your kitchen knives, household scissors, garden tools and other implements that require a sharp edge and Jesse will sharpen them on-site while you shop the market — and in most cases will have them ready for you to take home when you have finished shopping.
SheCre8s has been a lifelong dream of Barbara Thompson to devote full time for creating beautiful jewelry and artifacts by repurposing silverware and other metal objects. Usi