Easton Farmers' Market
The Easton Farmers’ Market is America’s oldest, continuous open-air market. This season, you'll want to take the opportunity to meet the farmers, food artisans and specialty product makers who continue the long tradition of commerce in downtown Easton. Please visit their website for further details regarding schedule, safety protocols, vendors, etc.
The market features more than 30 vendors selling locally grown produce, pasture-raised meat and eggs, artisan cheese, fresh bread and baked goods, prepared foods, local wine, honey, and more. Browse what’s in season here. In addition, The Easton Farmers’ Market has live music, market chef demos, kids’ activities and hosts more than a dozen festivals, including the famous PA BaconFest in November. For a full list of special Saturday happenings and releases, click here for the calendar of events. Debit & EBT cards accepted.
Regular Season: Saturdays: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. (May - Dec.) - Scott Park on Larry Holmes Dr., Easton
Winter Season: Saturdays: 10 a.m. - noon (Jan. - April) - 58 Centre Square, Easton
The Easton Farmers’ Market was established in 1752, the year of the Easton’s founding. For more than two and a half centuries farmers and merchants have gathered in Easton’s “Great Square” to peddle their fresh and handcrafted wares. Easton’s proximity to Philadelphia and New York City, as well as its unique place at the confluence of the Delaware and Lehigh Rivers, made it a natural site for regional commerce and community gatherings.
In fact, on July 8, 1776, the Great Square (now known as Centre Square) was the site for one of only three public readings of the Declaration of Independence. Today the Easton Farmers’ Market remains a rich and colorful piece of Easton’s heritage. Residing in its original birthplace, the market draws on its deep roots and offers visitors a vibrant shopping experience and incomparable community spirit.
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