April 17th is opening day for the Doylestown Farmers Market! Join us from 8am to 1pm for the happiest and most delicious street party featuring the best local produce and products. This season marks our 46th year of continual operation, the oldest in Bucks County. We have several new vendors this year and more on the way. Our wonderful Doylestown Borough Council will join us at 8am for a ribbon-cutting ceremony and our beloved Mayor Ron Strouse will ring the opening bell!
The Back Porch Jug Band will play us through the day with their lively and creative music. Our farmers and vendors will have all of your favorites from breakfast pastries, coffee, mushrooms, Spring greens, pickles, microgreens, bedding plants and vegetable starts, beer, mead and kombucha (that’s right, Portch Tea Kombucha is back!), beef jerky, pet products, soaps, alpaca yarn and products, and so much more. Our opening day vendors are: Jersey Pickles, Trauger’s Farm, Wildemore Farm, Noshes by Sherri, Mediterranean Delicacy, Fire Beast Beef Jerky, Spring Creek Farm, Perfect Day Coffee, Hershberger Heritage Farm, Primordia Mushroom Farm, Nord Bread, Solrig Farm Microgreens, Rabbits Run Farm, Chestnut Hill Farm Gourmet Foods, Portch Tea Kombucha, Love Grows CSA, Pan’s Forest, The Dog Bone Guy, Kathy’s Kanine Kreations, The Colony Meadery, The FussyCutting Quilt Shop, Fegley’s Brew Works, Marie’s Soap Company, Revitalist Spirits, Bucks County Alpacas, Carol Cares Aromatherapy, BCS Compost Service, and The Bubbly Goat.
Join us every Saturday from 8am to 1pm on South Hamilton Street (behind the Doylestown Book Shop) from April 17th to November 20th this year. And mark your calendars now for September 18th, our 4th Annual Oktoberfest! We’ll have German music, food, ingredients and spirit plus a beer garden! Stop by our market tent (next to the musician’s tent) for market merchandise (tote bags and more).
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We look forward to seeing you on South Hamilton Street!