America's Oldest, Continuous Open-Air Market, Est. 1752

Saturdays 9am - 1pm
May - December
EBT Accepted - Rain or Shine - Dog Friendly


Honoring our Past

Like all cities, Easton has transformed itself many times over in the past two centuries. Those of us that live, work and play in Easton today all posses our own unique memories. Whether you lived through the great flood, shopped downtown during the hustle and bustle of the mid-century or discovered the city after its rebirth, there's one experience we've all been fortunate enough to share - the market. Nestled in the heart of the City, the Easton Farmers' Market has remained a constant, continuing to beat for 266 years.

Tomorrow we celebrate a legacy of local food and the richness of our community. We'll come together to share our memories, and create new ones. Join us as we honor America's oldest, continuous open-air market, and celebrate the great City of Easton!


Party Easton-Style!
What do you get when you bring in three birthday cakes, some toe tappin' tunes from Blue Hearts Revelry, a couple of stilt walkers, colonial reenactors, and Separatist Beer Project? You get a PARTY... Easton-Style!

At 10am Town Crier David Rose will rally the troops and Mayor Sal Panto Jr., and State Representative Bob Freeman will lead the crowd in the the singing of Happy Birthday and cutting the cake. Afterward, the first 266 market guests will enjoy a free slice of cake - generously provided by EFM vendors, Tomblers Bakery and College Hill Cakes.

Kids can enjoy crafts with Revitalize with Rebecca, and Circus fun with Grins & Grins. And everyone needs to check out the historic reenactment of the 1776 Northampton County Flying Camp. Author Rebecca Price Janney, will be launching her new book, “Easton at the Crossroads,” and signing copies.
Easton Compost Program Launch
Don't Waste your Waste!
We're celebrating our 266th birthday with an eye on the future! This Saturday we'll launch the Easton Compost Program, the city’s first residential composting initiative.

Stop by the Compost Tent to learn more about the program and register for your free 5 gallon, gamma-sealed bucket. Find out how you can help combat food waste, earn composted soil and even win EFM market tokens!

The Easton Compost Program is funded by a Spark grant through the Lehigh Valley Community Foundation and supported by the City of Easton.

Summer Specials
Sycamore Grille
Have you tried Sycamore's new Maine lobster roll basket with fresh fried chips? It's pretty amazing, and this Saturday promises to be perfect lobster roll weather!

They're also offering an EFM lunch special- crab cake, fries and lemonade for $15.
Jersey Pickles
In celebration of EFM's birthday, Jersey Pickles is offering a FREE pickle-on-a-stick to the first 266 customers!
Love your Farmers
Blooming Glen Farm
Tomatoes Time!
Blooming Glen will have the first tomatoes of the season tomorrow. Get ready to sink your teeth into summer! And to compliment the tomatoes they're offering a pesto making basil special - come check it out! Other specialties this week include their famous Tropea onions, and tomatillos (salse verde anyone?). They'll also have cabbage for slaw and bunches of fresh-cut flowers. - USDA Certified Organic
Scholl Orchards
Savoring Summer


Peach season has officially begun at Scholl Orchards, and thanks to all this heat and sunshine, they're super sweet! sweet! Look for both yellow and white varieties this week. Sweet and sour cherries continue, and the first of the tunnel tomatoes! Plus apples and ciders and loads of veggies, including fresh-pulled onions.
Comeback Farm
Organic Peaches!

Comeback Farm picked their first peaches, called Harbinger which is a great name as it looks like the start of an excellent peach season. It's also worth noting that this will be the first time that organic peaches will be available at EFM! There will also be a small amount of raspberries still trickling in, as well as some gooseberries and the last picking of pie cherries.  From Rosedale Blueberry Farm they'll have blueberries which are in the height of their season, as well as the first blackberries of the year.
Salvaterra's Gardens
Salvaterra's veggie spread continues to grow each week. Here's the current status: spring mix, arugula, kale, chard, collards, pak choy, green cabbage, red cabbage, nappa cabbage, parsley, dill, cilantro, basil, green beans, head lettuce, zucchini, cucumbers, peppers, beets, carrots, scallions, sweet walla walla onions (the vidalia of the north), potatoes, broccoli, and cauliflower... whew!!!

Special
Zucchini and cucumbers (regularly $2.00/lb.) will be available this weekend 5lbs bag for $7.50!
Primordia Mushrooms
Grilling Sale!
Too hot to cook inside? Primordia's got your back! Portabellos, crimini, trumpets, and shiitake: buy a pound, get a dollar off! Stuff them! Kabob them! Marinate and grill!
Breakaway Farms
Come on out this weekend and grab some of Breakaway's new Blueberry & Thyme Grillers. These sweet n’ savory sausages are lovingly made from our pastured pork, local blueberries, and hand-stripped thyme. Don’t forget our grass fed grass finished beef burgers, steaks and roasts... it will definitely be grilling and smoking weather!
Peace Tree Farm
Fruiting Figs and Lovely Lavender! Peace Tree Farm has plenty of pretty – a plethora of perennials, fabulous flowers, edible herbs, and tubular tropicals. Say that 5 times fast! With flowering food for feathered friends and chemical-free culinary consumables the Peace Tree Farm booth will meet all your horticultural needs!
Fresh Baked
Tomblers Bakery
Pasties, Sponge Pie, and Pizza Crusts!
Tomblers will have the last of the Rhubarb pies this weekend. (The heat does not make Rhubarb plants happy either.) Try Tomblers' new Blueberry Lemon Sponge pie, savor a Key Lime pie, or grab the last of the Scholl Orchards apple pies until fall.

Remember pasties are a constant and so easy to heat up on these hot days. Tomblers did the cooking for you! And don't forget about Tomblers' Weyerbacher-infused Pizza Crusts for a quick and delicious meal. There are plenty of toppings available at the Market to top off your "pie"!
Fresh & Easy Eats
*Vegan and Vegetarian Options
Jenny's Kuali
Malaysian Specialties

MENU

Soup
 Vegetables wonton in tom yum soup- fried wonton filled with vegetables served with a lemon grass coconut base soup $6

Appetizer
Curry puff - a flaky homemade dough filled with curry spice, potato, peas and onion. Each one is hand roll and filled with deliciousness $3 ea

Salad
Watermelon jicama cucumber with lime tamarind dressing. Refreshing and light! $5

Entree
Malaysian curry vegetables- bean curd, potato, tomatoes, onions, broccoli, red bell pepper, snow peas, and cabbages, cooked in Jenny's famous curry spice/coconut milk $8
(White or brown rice $1 each)

Dessert
Malaysian black sweet rice pudding with coconut milk (pulut hitam) $4 

Jenny's Kuali Famous Sauces
Ginger garlic cream cheese spread $5 (8oz)
Ginger garlic sauce 1.5 oz ($2), 4oz ($5), 8.5oz ($9)


Lemon Tree Lane Kitchen

Heidi will have an exciting array of fresh and flavorful summer salads including her ever-popular Cape Cod Chicken salad, a Curried Quinoa & Mango salad; Southwest Quinoa salad; Asian Delight Quinoa salad; Stringbean, Feta & Nut salad, and Fresh Broccoli salad. Look for a variety of dips and hummus too - great for summer entertaining on the patio. You'll also find Eggplant Rollatine; Vegetarian Grape Leaves, Tabbouleh...and more!
Howe Sharp
Sharpen While you Shop!
Take advantage of Howe Sharp's monthly appearance and bring your knives, scissors, lawn mower blades and garden tools for sharpening.
Vendor Absences: 7-7-18
Saxman Breads
The Dining Dog
Bluegrass, Beer & Birthday Pennants!
Locally Grown Music
Blue Hearts Revelry 10am-Noon

Blue Heart's Revelry is in the Music Tent to kick up EFM's birthday celebration. Pull up a chair and listen to one of Easton's most popular hometown bands play their original bluegrass, Americana and folk music with some rock n' roll roots. On the North Lawn of the Circle - 10 am to 12 noon.
Local Libations Tent
Featuring: Separatist Beer Project
In case you didn't hear... Sole Artisan Ales is now Separatist Beer Project. And they're ready to come party with us tomorrow! Stop by and try (and buy) the latest offerings from this cutting edge brewery.

Artists in the ACE Tent
Come celebrate EFM's birthday through art, and create a mixed media pennant flag banner! Bring the children for this free hands on workshop with ACE Artist on Call: Kailey Atkinson.
Congrats to our
June Local Hero Prize Winners!

Our June Winners:
EFM - $50Tokens: Sue Spaziani
Salvaterra's Gardens - $25 Gift Certifiicate: Flo Gorga
Just Veggn' Gift Pack: Pat Stanek
Lehigh Valley Yoga Festival - 2 Tickets: Kristy Simms
National Canal Museum - 4 Admission Tickets including Canal Boat Ride: Pat Armstrong

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