Grown locally, sold locally and enjoyed by local residents, the Farmers’ Markets are happening this Spring in Montgomery County. Check out our 2015′ Guide that includes everything from produce to clothing, fresh caught fish, hand crafted goods and more. Help support our local vendors by bringing farm fresh food right to your table and stay tuned for more additions and updates to our 2015 Guide to Farmers’ Market’s in Montgomery County!
MoreThanTheCurve.com and Greener Pastures are excited to announce that the Spring Mill Farmers’ Market will launch on Sunday, May 17th. The market will be held on Sundays through October from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the corner of East Hector and Lee Streets in the corporate parking lot.
- Two vegetable and fruit farmers
- Beef, chicken and fresh water fish
- A winery
- And more!
Additional vendors will be announced over the next couple of weeks.
The Collegeville Farmers’ Market is a producer-only market, which means that the vendors grow or make all their products themselves. Since all farmers market’s depend on nature for their bounty, in Pennsylvania, early Spring markets are usually limited to salad greens, asparagus, kale, radishes, scallions, spinach, Swiss chard and turnips. However, the Market will also be stocked with bedding plants and year-round products which include; pastured poultry, eggs, meats, homemade sausages and charcuterie; cheeses, organic milk and baked goods, including ICED by Betsy cupcakes, The Hearth Baker artisan bread, MacDougall’s Irish Victory Cakes, and our new cookie baker, Lavinia’s Cookies. Local wines are available plus homemade and home-prepared food products including hummus, international foods, organic granola, stuffed peppers, olive oils, jams, jellies, pickles, extracts and spices, Bigg Dutt’s BBQ sauce, Sweet Success homemade chocolates, gourmet dog treats, crafts and much more.
The market is also your local source for high-end teas: “Health and Tea” carry exceptional organic tea blends. New this year is that market patrons can enjoy artisan coffees: the market is hosting “Sweet Tree Artisan Roasters”—freshly roasted (within 24 hours of purchase) sustainability produced blends of coffee not available in stores.
By shopping at Collegeville Farmers’ Market, you directly support our local farmers and small business owners. Over half the vendors at CFM are from Montgomery County, and the rest are from neighboring counties. Vendors support their families through the sales of their products, with no middle man involved. Their practices are sustainable, chemical free, and the nutrition from their products comes from the soil and the sun as nature intended.
The market will be OPEN every Saturday, rain, snow or shine, from May through Nov. The market is dog-friendly and parking is available on site in the DaVinci and Power House parking lots. The Collegeville Farmers’ Market is also handicapped accessible. DaVinci’s Pub is on site, and is opens at 11am, stop in for a great lunch!
The DaVinci Pub Parking Lot, 217 E. Main Street
Collegeville, Pennsylvania 19426
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Zerns Farmer’s Market
Zerns Farmer’s market has been on the scene since 1922 when a few roadside stands sprang up in the backyard of the Zern family in Gilbertsville. Over the years. “The Sale” as it is fondly called by locals, has become known as the best spot to purchase fresh produce and thousands of other items. Known as the World’s Largest Dutch Treat, Zerns is still going strong after 91 years with more than 190 merchants under one roof, and people unique as their wares.Vendors and customers come from near and far, other countries and other states.
From plants to pants, socks to signage, antiques, tools and miscellaneous bric-a-brac…
An adventurous shopper can find anything from an old spittoon to an antique gift frame from friendly country folk. Sample Pennsylvania Dutch treats like funnel cake, corn relish, shoofly pie, chow-chow, and of course, homemade ice cream! There’s fresh produce, baked goods, meats, seafood, poultry, plants, yard sculptures, new and vintage clothing, coins, stamps, toys, spices, hardware, new and used books, beautiful junk, hidden treasures, memories and maybe a forgotten piece of the past.
- Friday 10am to 10pm
- Saturday 10am to 10pm
- Sunday 11am to 5pm
Lansdale Farmers Market
Mark your calendars Montco, the Lansdale Farmers’ Market is set to open on May 16th! Bring your family and neighbors out to sample the market’s locally grown produce, fresh baked breads, pastries and other handcrafted items. Come see what you’re missing and why the Lansdale Farmers Market was voted Best of the Best in both this year and last years Happening list Contest!
- Every Saturday 9am – 1pm
- May 16th – October 31st
- Railroad Avenue at Main Street
- Rain or Shine!
Madison Parking Lot on Wood Street between W 2nd and the Septa rail line
Ardmore Farmers’ Market
At the airy Ardmore Farmers Market of Suburban Square, flowers, wheat grass and brilliant bromeliads join the best meat, sweets and produce of Lancaster County. Pick up a workday lunch or prep your dinner party, and check out the rich, rosy gleam of seared sliced tuna, smell the heat of the fresh peppers, or discover the feathery spikes of the rambutan (the lychee’s exotic cousin). Comb the ranks of gourmet cheese, and ask the attentive merchants for a taste.
Farmers Market Hours (Mall)
- Monday: 8:00am – 5:00pm
- Tuesday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
- Wednesday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
- Thursday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
- Friday: 8:00am – 7:00pm
- Saturday: 8:00am – 6:00pm
- Sunday: 8:00am – 4:00pm
Ambler Farmers’ Market
The ever popular Ambler Farmers market is making it’s return to Butler Pike on May 2nd! Residents will be treated to an impressive array of locally grown foods that include fresh produce and fish right from the Jersey shore. You can find more information on who will be contributing this year including where the farmers are from and what goods they’ll be bringing each week. The Amblers Farmers’ Market was also a Finalist in this years Happening List 2015, the title is much deserved!
As always, besides offering the finest in farm fresh produce and locally produced artisanal goods, the Ambler Farmers’ Market will feature a weekly musician and programming to fill your minds as well as your bellies.
Upper Merion Farmers’ Market
Did You Know? The Upper Merion Farmers Market:
- Is a producer-only market
- Requires no taxpayer funding from Upper Merion Township
- Operates entirely from its market fees, merchandise sales, and donations
- Brings shopping dollars and tax revenue into the township
- Only accepts vendors from within a 100-mile radius of King of Prussia
If that wasn’t enough to warrant the support of our locals, the Upper Merion Farmers’ Market was also a Finalist in this years Happening List 2015, making it one of the BEST markets in our county as voted by you!
175 West Valley Forge Road
King of Prussia, Pennsylvania 19406
*Hours: The Market will be open every other Saturday in April from 10am-12pm, and every Saturday from 9am-1pm from May through November 2015′
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Hatboro Farmers’ Market
The Hatboro Residents Association is pleased to announce that the 2015 Hatboro Farmers’ Market is starting this May through October! All residents are invited to attend this weekly event that will feature local produce, products and the best of what Montgomery County has to offer. The Market will be held every Friday this year from 6pm until dusk on the property of the Hatboro Baptist Church and in the center of town on York Road. It’s the perfect opportunity to shop local while supporting the small businesses of Montgomery County. There will also be lots of activities and music for residents of all ages to enjoy!
Hatboro’s Farmers’ Market Dates (All Times are 6pm-Dusk)
- May 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th
- June 6th, 13th*, 20th and 27th*
- July 11th, 18th and 25th
- August 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th
- September 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th
- October 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th
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