Opening Day Saturday, May 1st
Join us on the riverfront at Scott Park for the opening day of America’s Oldest Open-Air Market. Come feed your soul and and celebrate the return of farmers’ market season. We’ll be welcoming over 40 farmers, bakers and maker, and we can’t wait to see you!
Barnyard Day – Saturday, May 22nd
Come meet our barnyard friends… an alpaca, bunnies, chickens, sheep, and goats – including the famous “Hammy” from The Bubbly Goat! Kids can take part in a history scavenger hunt that starts at the market (at the Sigal Museum tent), and enjoy live music with Dave Fry too.
Strawberry Day – Saturday, June 5th
Be Love Succulents
Heart Beet Studios
The Bubbly Goat
Honey Bee Day – Saturday, June 26th
EFM Birthday – Celebrating 269 Years –
Saturday, July 10th
Even before the American Revolutionary War, there was the Easton Farmers’ Market established in 1752 in downtown Easton. EFM has endured, world wars, the great depressions, and the Covid-19 pandemic, but has always been there to serve its customers. This year America’s oldest, continuous open-air market will celebrate another milestone – its 269th year of offering fresh and local foods grown and prepared for you by our farmers and makers. A proud tradition continues…
So come party like it’s 1752! Mayor Panto and the Bachmann Players will lead the singing of ‘happy birthday’ at 10:00 am, followed by free birthday cake (baked by Tomblers Bakery and Sweet Girlz), while supplies last. And make sure you bring your pups because we’ll even have a canine cake baked by Bella’s Bistro.
Clancy the clown will be creating free balloon sculptures for the kids, and his lovely partner Lolly will be offering free face painting. Enjoy some toe-tappin’ bluegrass music with the Twin River Rounders and get a photo with one of the Bachmann Players roaming the market in colonial garb. Check out our display of historic market photos. And don’t forget to enter our 269th Birthday Prize Drawing (located at the EFM Merch Tent) for a chance to win $50 in market tokens.
Plus… at our Local Libations Tent, enjoy a special birthday cocktail prepared by Eight Oaks Farm Distillery, and signature ice cream flavors from OwowCow. Other guest vendors include:
- Be Love Succulents
- Heart Beet Studios
- 22 Peppers
- Brady’s Botanicals
- Neil’s Sharpening Service
Zucchini 500 – Saturday, July 24th
The Valley’s hottest veggie race returns! Get ready to squash the competition in this fun and zany race. Entry fee $10 – includes your choice of zucchini, wheels & axles, commemorative racing necklace, and access to carving tools and accessories with expert assistance from the Zuke 500 Pit Crew. Carving from 9 am – 10:30 am. Race begins at 11:00 am. Prizes will be awarded for the fastest car in each category: Sports Car, Mid-Size and Monster Truck. And a prize for the most creative car in each category. Cars may be pre-carved but wheels must be attached directly to zucchini. Chassis or platforms of any sort are strictly prohibited. Adults can enter the adults-only race after the kid races are completed. Don’t forget to visit the Zucchini 500 photo station where you can snap a pic of your friends or family in a zucchini car!
Peach Day – Saturday, August 7th
Savor the sweetness of plump, juicy peaches at Peach Day! Whether you eat them over the sink, baked in a pie, or cool and creamy in freshly churned ice cream, you can’t beat the sweet flavor of locally grown, just-picked peaches. Scholl Orchards and Phillips Farm are your go-to stop for yellow and white freestone peaches, donut peaches, nectarines and bulk specials for canning and baking. Our bakeries will be serving up pies, tarts and pastries and you’ll find fresh healthy peach salads, peach sangria, and lots more throughout the market.
Enjoy live music on stage featuring Ben Tyler and stop by the EFM Merch Tent for some Peachy Keen specials!
Social Still Distillery
Heart Beet Studios
The Bubbly Goat
Up Cycle Candles – NEW!
EFM Road Trip & Sunflower Day – Saturday, September 4th
Due to flooding at Hugh Moore Park and Scott Park, Easton Farmers’ Market will move on Sept. 4th to the lot directly across from the Northampton County Courthouse (669 Washington Street) – a straight shot up the hill from Larry Holmes Drive. The market will maintain its normal hours, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. PLENTY of free parking in the lot across from the market.
Chile Pepper Day – Saturday, September 18th
Chile Pepper Day at EFM is HOT-HOT-HOT! Peppers are in their prime in mid-September and there are an amazing number of sweet and hot varieties available from EFM vendors. Shop for peppers, hot sauce and salsa, and don’t miss the highlight of the day – our 12th annual Chile Pepper Eating Competition, on stage starting at 10:30 am!
Think YOU can handle the HEAT? Register HERE to participate in the 2021 Hot Pepper Eating Competition!
Apple Jam – Saturday, October 9th
This day is awesome to the core! Experience apple season in the Northeast with more than 50 varieties of apples, including many unique heirloom varieties. Indulge in apple pie, apple crisp, hot apple fritters (at K&S Grille) and plenty of fresh pressed cider.
Pumpkins & Pooches – Saturday, October 30th
Celebrate Halloween at the market! Families can participate in pumpkin painting and natural pumpkin crafts (9:30 am – 12:30 pm) plus trick-or-treat at vendor tents.
Pups (and their masters) can don their best Halloween attire and strut their stuff in the costume parade (at 11:30) Register at the EFM Merch Tent – in advance or on site day on 10/30. Prizes will be awarded for cutest, most glamorous, handsomest, funniest and best dog and owner duo. Enjoy live music featuring Neil Grover, and guest vendors Heart Beet Studios and Up Cycle Candles.
Farm Photos with Santa – Saturday, December 4th