Month: <span>May 2020</span>

E-Update May 30, 2020
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E-Update May 30, 2020

No Matter Where You Look! Whether it’s the bounty of fresh and local food, a train rumbling in the distance over the railroad bridge, or the beauty of the river and the falls at Scott Park, there is much to feed your soul when you shop at the Easton Farmers’ Market. Look around you when...

E-Update May 23, 2020
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E-Update May 23, 2020

There is so much to contend with in the world right now. And when it comes to making decisions regarding the food you purchase, our goal is to be able to provide you with a sense of confidence, and peace of mind. The Easton Market District Advisory Council vets all our vendors. We inspect our...

E-update May 16, 2020
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E-update May 16, 2020

Saturday is shaping up to be a beautiful day, and by that we mean 40 degrees warmer than last Saturday! Come join our farmers, bakers, and makers on the riverfront. The sun will be shining and Curt will be spinning the tunes to keep you groovin’ while you shop.  Click HERE to see this week’s...

E-update May 9, 2020
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E-update May 9, 2020

WE DID IT!! Opening day May 2nd at Scott Park — where not only two rivers came together but EFM vendors and shoppers came together for an opening day like no other!  Read this week’s e-update HERE for more about that special day and what is waiting for you at EFM this week.

Easton’s Town Crier Opens Market
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Easton’s Town Crier Opens Market

David Rose and our friends at the Bachmann Players, Easton’s historic re-enactors, did not want EFM’s opening day in its 268th year to go without Town Crier Rose’s beloved opening day salute to our farmers and food entrepreneurs.  Watch this video filmed at Scott Park as the market is officially opened.      

Opening Day e-update: May 2
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Opening Day e-update: May 2

If the Easton Farmers’ Market has learned anything in our 268 years, it’s tenacity. And no one is more tenacious than our farmers. We’re fighters, and the iconic Larry Holmes statue at our new location at Scott Park, is there to remind us of that. We’re here to fight for our farmers and food entrepreneurs...