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Farmers' Markets to Visit in Philadelphia

Wednesday, April, 27, 2022

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By Deja Bullock

Springtime is here (kinda). And one of my favorite warm weather activities is going to Farmers' Markets. Being able to buy locally grown produce, baked goods, as well as arts, crafts, and any other goodies is such a fun experience! Luckly, Philadelphia is home to a bunch of farmers’ markets, they’re all over the city! Check out the ones listed below, don’t forget to bring your reusable tote bag!

 

image courtesy of Ambler Farmers Facebook

Ambler Farmers’ Market

Saturdays from 9am to 12pm, Opening May 7th - November

27 West Butler Pike

At the corner of Butler & Maple Avenues, next to La Provence restaurant.

The Ambler Farmers’ Market is a weekly, outdoor event where local farmers and food artisans provide fresh foods grown and produced in the region. Shop here for sustainably raised meats and pastured poultry and eggs. Enjoy some of the finest, most exciting food and beverages from the farmers, food artisans, winemakers, brewers, distillers, and more. Most of the merchants at the market accept credit or debit cards at their food stands.  

Visit the Farm to City website to see who’s coming each week. https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com/markets/ambler

Information courtesy of https://amblermainstreet.org/ambler-farmers-market/

 

image courtesy of Two Gander Farm

Bryn Mawr Farmers’ Market

Saturdays from 9am to 1pm

Located in Bryn Mawr's Municipal Lot 7 Lancaster Ave at Morris Ave Between Ludington Library and the Bryn Mawr Train Station, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania 19010 

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit ​​https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com

 

image courtesy of Chestnut Hill 

The Market at the Fareway in Chestnut Hill

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Located behind the Chestnut Hill Hotel and accessible via the Fareway from Germantown Avenue or the South Hampton Street parking lot

Formerly known as the Chestnut Hill Farmers Market, the Market at the Fareway offers a unique shopping experience and combines the charm of a country store with the sophistication of the Chestnut Hill lifestyle. It has been completely refurbished and renovated and aligns with Chestnut Hill’s historic feel.

Information courtesy of https://www.marketatthefareway.com/about/

 

Clarks Farmers' Market

Saturdays, 10AM - 2PM

43rd Street and Baltimore Ave

This market is one of The Food Trust's largest with a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, baked and canned goods, meats and specialty products. Clark Park Saturday market is a neighborhood favorite that operates year-round thanks to support from Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, Friends of Clark Park and the University of the Sciences

All of the farmers at the Clark Park markets accept WIC and Senior FMNP vouchers for fresh fruits and vegetables. The ACCESS/food stamps card is accepted at every stand at the market, except food trucks. For every $5 that customers spend using food stamp benefits, they receive a $2 Philly Food Bucks coupon that can be used on fruits and vegetables.

Information courtesy of https://www.universitycity.org/farmersmarkets

 

Dickinson Square Farmers’ Market

Sundays from 10am to 1pm

Located at Moyamensing Ave & Morris Street

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com

 

image courtesy of Passyunk Post

East Passyunk Farmers’ Market

Wednesdays from 3pm to 7pm, opening May 18th

Location: South Philadelphia Older Adult Center (SPOAC)

This market is operated with support from the East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District. South Philadelphia Older Adult Center (SPOAC) at 1430 East Passyunk Avenue will be transformed into an outdoor pop-up market organized by Farm to City with locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables from your favorite vendors.

Information courtesy of http://www.visiteastpassyunk.com/events/east-passyunk-farmers-market.php



image courtesy of Fairmount Market

Fairmount Farmers' Market

Thursdays, 3PM - 7PM

22nd and Fairmount Avenue

The Fairmount Farmers Market is now open year-round.

Cash, SNAP/ACCESS cards, Food Bucks and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) vouchers are accepted.

For more information please visit http://thefoodtrust.org/farmers-markets

image courtesy of 34th Street Magazine

Farm to City University Square Farmers Market 

Wednesday, 10am-5pm, open year-round

36th and Walnut Streets

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit

​​https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com

 

Farmstand at the Walnut Hill Community Farm

Thursdays, 4pm–7pm

Market Street between 46th & Farragut Street

This farmstand offers fruits & vegetables grown onsite at the farm. For more information please visit https://www.universitycity.org/farmersmarkets

 

image courtesy of Green Philly

Filter Square Farmers Market 

Saturday 9AM - 2PM

23rd and Pine Streets

The year-round market is a regular Saturday morning routine for residents of the neighborhood.

Cash, SNAP/EBT cards, P-EBT cards, Food Bucks and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) vouchers.

Many vendors accept credit/debit payments. 

For more information please visit http://thefoodtrust.org/farmers-markets/market/fitler-square

 

Gorgas Park Farmers’ Market

Fridays from 3pm to 6pm, opening May 20th

Ridge Ave, across from Gates & Acorn Street

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit

​​https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com




image courtesy of South Street Headhouse District

Headhouse Farmers Market

Sunday, 10AM - 1PM Summer hours (10 a.m.-2 p.m.) will return on Sunday, May 1

2nd and Lombard Streets 

Headhouse is one of The Food Trust's largest farmers markets. Beyond the abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables, you can also find a great selection of locally prepared foods and artisanal goods such as bread, soups, caneles, coffee, beer, cider and wine.

Information courtesy of http://thefoodtrust.org/farmers-markets/market/headhouse

 

Media Farmers’ Market

Beginning May 1, the Market will now be open every Sunday, 10am to 1pm

On Edgemont Street between Front & State Streets

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit https://mediafarmersmarket.com

 

image courtesy of Mount Airy Main Street Association

Mt. Airy Farmers’ Market

Thursdays from 1pm to 5pm, open June through August

Corner of Greene & Carpenter Streets

For more information, please visit https://www.mountairymainstreetfarmersmarket.org

 

image courtesy of Pretzel Park's Facebook

Pretzel Park Farmers’ Market

10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays, starting May 19th

4300 Silverwood Street

For more information and a list of vendors please visit, http://www.friendsofpretzelpark.org




image courtesy of Green Philly

Rittenhouse Tuesday Farmers’ Market

Tuesdays from 10am to  2pm

18th & Walnut Streets

This market is open year-round. The list of expected vendors is subject to change without notice.

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit

​​https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com

Rittenhouse Saturday Farmers’ Market

Saturdays, 9am-3pm

18th & Walnut Streets

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit

​​https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com

 

image courtesy of Swarthmore Farmers Market 

Swarthmore Farmers Market 

Saturdays from 9am to 12pm, opening May 7th

Town Center Parking Lot

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit

For more information and a list of vendors please visit, http://www.swarthmorefarmersmarket.org

 

University Square Farmers’ Market

Wednesdays from 10am to 5pm

36th & Walnut Streets

Beechwood Orchards & Big Sky Bakery accept Penn Cash & Dining Dollars.

This is a Farm to City Market. For more information please visit

​​https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com

 

 

**Farm to City Markets are unable to accept SNAP/Access cards until further notice. The wireless sales machine that is used to accept SNAP/Access cards is no longer operational and they cannot replace it soon. They apologize for the inconvenience.**

Source: https://www.farmtocitymarkets.com/about

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