Category: Experience the Market

Sunflower Day – September 7th
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Sunflower Day – September 7th

A celebration of the sunflower. EFM’s signature flower. Learn some fun facts about this historic native North American plant — what it symbolizes, how it got its name, and why sunflowers face towards the East. Shop the market for sunflowers, dress up your pooch for the Sunflower Pooch Parade (free gifts from the The Dining...

Tomato Day – August 17th
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Tomato Day – August 17th

Whoever said you couldn’t play with your food hasn’t been to an Easton Farmers’ Market festival. On Saturday, Aug. 17, we will ring in our annual Tomato Day with a round of Tomato Mini Golf.  Tomato Day, scheduled for 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., promises several free or low-cost activities and a delicious lineup of...

Peach Day – August 3rd
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Peach Day – August 3rd

Now’s the time to load up on fresh, juicy peaches, and all the peach baked goods you can think of.  Not only is it the time of year that peaches are at their sweetest and juiciest, but they’ll also be easy to find as Easton Farmers’ Market celebrates its annual Peach Day on Saturday, Aug....

Happy Birthday EFM – 267 Years!
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Happy Birthday EFM – 267 Years!

Easton Farmers’ Market Rings In Its 267th Birthday with Free Cake! America’s oldest continuous open-air farmers’ market is throwing a birthday party so big we need two giant cakes just to feed our guests!  We won’t try to squeeze 250+ candles onto the cake, but we will serve up free slices at the EFM Info...

June Bee Jamboree
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June Bee Jamboree

Did you know that bees are hard-working partners who help to pollinate one third of the food we eat? According to the American Beekeeping Federation, bees support farmers by pollinating apples, pears, cherries, strawberries, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, blueberries, squash and melons.  Easton Farmers’ Market is celebrating that hard work – and the delicious results –...

Power of Produce Club
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Power of Produce Club

What is POP? The Power of Produce (POP) Club is a farmers market-based children’s program, that offers children the opportunity to learn about seasonal, locally grown fruits and vegetables through fun, educational activities. Our weekly activities range from cooking demonstrations to farmers market scavenger hunts, providing nutrition, food, agriculture, and exercise education. Participants are rewarded...

16th Annual Strawberry Day
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16th Annual Strawberry Day

Strawberry Day — EFM’s longest-running event — will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, June 8, in Centre Square and will feature strawberry eats, treats and take home goodies.  Here are some strawberry treats and more info about this ‘berry’ special day at EFM. Freshly-picked berries from Phillips Farms or Comeback Orchards (organic)...

Winter Market Begins in January
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Winter Market Begins in January

The Holiday Market has ended, but the EFM Winter Market begins in January where you can find fresh and local for a healthy start to the new year.  Here is the vendor line up on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays from 10 am to 12 noon in the Church Street parking lot behind the Easton...

Holiday Market – December 2018
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Holiday Market – December 2018

The holidays are here and EFM is definitely in the spiriti!!  Join us in the Circle on Saturdays in December before Christmas (1st, 8th, 15th and 22nd) from 9 am to 1 pm.  It is a festive location by the Peace Candle where you will find fresh and local foods, specialty prepared foods & beverages,...

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The Farmer is IN!!

FARMING FUNGI – Thanks to our good friend, Sophia Feller who recently shared the Winter 2016 issue of GROW, the magazine of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society, we saw the cover story about EFM vendors Matt Sicher and Jesse Tobin of Primordia Mushroom Farm. Here is an excerpt from the article:  Matt Sicher and Jesse Tobin...