Wrightstown Winter Market

Nov 4, 2021Uncategorized0 comments

The Wrightstown Farmers Market continues into the month of November with markets on November 6th, 13th and 20th. Location and time remain the same, 9 AM – Noon, with the final markets on November 13th and 20th being relocated to the show ring just beyond the Grange baseball fields. The market committee plans to offer a few homemade giveaway treats on Nov. 20th for customers and vendors in appreciation of their hard work and loyalty throughout yet another challenging year. Customers can look forward to late Autumn harvests including locally grown, pasture raised turkey for Thanksgiving dinners with all the trimmings: potatoes, sweet potatoes, squash, celery, onions, breads, veggies and apple and pumpkin pie makings!

Due to pandemic safety considerations, the 2021/22 Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market will be held outdoors again. The Market has been invited to stay on the Middletown Grange Fairgrounds, a welcome invitation–especially appreciated for the Grange’s ample space. The market will move to the show ring beyond where our regular market is held, across from the baseball fields at the Fairgrounds. This area will allow shoppers and vendors to drive and walk freely on gravel rather than slogging through wet, muddy or snowy grass. 

The Winter Market will host 25-32 vendors with a diverse product array– freshly harvested local vegetables, fruit and cider available throughout the winter as well as more of the pasture raised beef, chicken, pork, dairy and eggs, baked goods, honey, prepared foods, locally roasted coffee, and handmade crafts the community has come to love and count on. 

Opening Day is Saturday, December 11th, with a special Holiday Market December 18th.  The market continues from January through April on the 2nd and 4th Saturdays of every month from 10 AM to Noon. Check out more details at www.bucksfoodshed.org or at www.wrightstownfarmersmarket.org 

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