Saturdays 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
On the Riverfront at Scott Park, 128 Larry Holmes Drive
Fall is here... how sweet it is!

Saturday is shaping up to be the quintessential autumn day - crisp cool air, crystal blue skies, and plenty of sunshine. We can't think of a better place to spend it than with your favorite farmers on the riverfront. You won't find much color on the trees yet but you will find glorious hues in our market tents - ruby red apples, golden pears, and vibrant bouquets. We've got cozy new hoodies at the EFM Merch Tent, and in celebration of the first day of fall we're giving away free market bags to the first 25 customers at each entrance! See you Saturday...

Explore Easton Tours
Walk with a Doc
Saturday 10:30 am
Join Lehigh Valley Health Network's chiropractor Dr. Ryan Nadeau on a walk around Downtown Easton! Dr. Nadeau will cover walking and stretching techniques for good health as well as answer questions about chiropractic care.
Meet Dr. Nadeau at the west entrance of the Easton Farmers' Market (near the Post Office) at 10:30 am.
Fall Flavors
Roasted Butternut Squash Salad with Warm Cider Vinaigrette
-Ina Garten
We dare you to watch the video of Ina Garten preparing this scrumptious autumn salad and not make it!

From the Field
Holy Cow Farm
Fall is officially here and the flowers at Holy Cow Farm are starting to take on autumn hues. As the weather cools, the summer annuals begin to slow down, and the cool-loving flowers take their place. You'll start to see more and more perennials, woodies, and foliage in the farm bouquets. And now is when the dahlias really steal the show - they'll be in full bloom now until we get a hard frost, which can happen any time in October. Be sure to check out the flower stand this Saturday! 
Cabbage Throw Farm
Baby Greens and French breakfast radishes are back at Cabbage Throw Farm this weekend. You can find both Farmer Mix and Arugula along with this some mini gem romaine lettuces, the first of the fall Napa Cabbage, bunched kohlrabi, and baby bok choy. Other items include carrots, beets, turnips, cabbage, garlic, shallot, onions, dandelion greens, escarole, Comeback Farm pears and more. 
Phillips Farm
What’s Eucalyptus? Grown right on Phillips Farms, these fragrant branches will make your home smell fresh and clean. If you want to take it to the next level, step-up your shower experience by hanging a few branches of eucalyptus from your shower head... the steam of the shower releases the essential oils of the eucalyptus, creating an unforgettable and long-lasting aroma!

Stop by Phillips Farms this week for all of your produce favorites: Apple Cider, Raspberries, Grapes, Peaches, Asian Pears, Honeycrisp Apples and many other apple varieties. Vegetables this week include Butternut squash, spaghetti squash, spinach, fennel, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, leeks, peppers, lettuce, zucchini, sweet corn, Jersey tomatoes, cucumbers, green beans, eggplant, radishes, carrots, kale, Swiss chard, beets, herbs, potatoes, onions, garlic and more. 

Scholl Orchards
Saturday's sweater weather isn't the only thing that'll make you feel like Fall. Fresh pressed cider and bushels of apples including Fuji, Crimson Crisp, Crimson Gold, Cortland and Empire are all gracing the tables this week at Scholl's. Bartlett pears are looking good too. Winter squash is ready for roasting, and pumpkins are arriving - time to dress up your front porch! And plums are perfect for Autumn baking. If it's summer you crave - watermelon and canary melons are still super sweet. And snag those tomatoes while you still can!
Pasture Raised
Breakaway Farms

Breakaway Farms is saying farewell to summer and hello to OktoberFest with an ode to the flavors of summer’s end and an eye toward a German autumn. Celebrate with their all new Lemon Currywurst! Made with their Pasture-Raised Pork, Sea Salt, White Pepper, Curry Powder, Mace, Lemon Zest & Cardamom… 

Order online ( by 1pm on Friday or visit us at market this week!
Heathy Eats
Zekraft is celebrating harvest season with a new Harvest Salad - slow roasted free-range chicken served with dried cranberries, roasted Scholl’s apples, feta cheese, pumpkin seeds, kale and romaine mix, and an apple cider vinaigrette. Besides this tasty salad, Zekraft will be offering six other salads including another new one, an Ancho Shrimp Salad - Atlantic Shrimp, bacon, Twin Maple Farm’s corn, local organic tomato, cilantro with mixed field greens and an ancho cream dressing.

Their soups this week are Roasted Tomato Basil and a a hearty Salmon Chowder - perfect for a cool weekend.

Check out Zekraft's new cafe at 306 S. New Street in Bethlehem and if you would like quick easy meals visit
Just Baked
Pie + Tart
The thing is, of course, that we HAVE to eat food to survive; the amazing part is that it is also a great pleasure. For your pleasure and sustenance this week, we have Indian spiced Keema Pie, a fabulous Salmon and Spinach Strudel, and Sweet Potato and Black Bean Rolls, all packed with both needed nutrients and loving care.  

To soothe your sweet tooth, choose a Pear and Frangipane Tart, an Apple Butter Pie, or, for the citrus lovers, an Orange Shaker Pie. We’ll also have some small things to keep you going while you shop….see you on Saturday! 
Apple Ridge Farm
You can always count on Apple Ridge Farm for healthy, wholesome sweet treats! This weekend they are featuring their Blueberry White Chocolate Chip Muffin made with whole wheat flour.
From Farm to Bowl
Bella's Bistro - Where Food is Medicine
Head to Bella's Bistro tent this week for their delicious homemade and hand cut single-ingredient Beef Lung! Beef lung is very high in protein, low in fat, and has zero carbs. These are a softer treat, so it can easily be used as a "pill pocket" and is good for senior dogs. They are low odor, low greasy film, and of course, Bella approved!!

Pre-order any products on their website at and pick it up on Saturday. Venmo and credit cards are accepted.
Teels Hill Soapworks
Rich fall fragrances
You'll find a sweet fresh scent in Teels Hill's Licorice Hand and Body Soap. This is a blend of Aniseed and Sweet Fennel essential oils. It's all deodorizing as it takes the scent of garlic, fish or onions off your hands. Aniseed is said to mask human odors making it great in a fisherman's and hunter's soap. And fennel was used to ward off evil spirits during medieval times. A perfect soap for this month when the ghost and goblins are out and about!
Guest Vendors
Be Love Succulents
Dried Gomphrena (also known as Globe Amaranth) and Cockscomb (Celosia argenta) by Holy Cow Farm add beautiful color and texture to Rhonda's beautiful succulent pumpkins. Decorate your house for Fall this weekend!

Mud & Maker
Mud and Maker returns this weekend! Come see what Steph has created for Fall!
Vendor Absences for September 25th
Tomblers Bakery
FD Market
Tierra de Fuego
Market on the Move
Saturday October 2nd
Northampton County Courthouse (669 Washington St.)
Easton Garlic Fest comes to town next Saturday October 2nd. And to make room for the big fest, we'll be heading up the Hill and back to the Northampton County Courthouse parking lot. Same hours, and lots of free parking, Come experience our home away from home in Easton's West Ward. And after you shop the market - EAT, DRINK & STINK at Easton Garlic Fest!
On Fire!
There’s no doubt that our 2021 Hot Pepper Eating Competition was one for the ages! CONGRATULATIONS to our grand champion Kelly Joel Myers!!! And kudos to his fierce competitor Chris Anastasides. See all the photos at

TONIGHT (weather permitting)! Thursday September 23rd
6:00 - 8:30 pm - Featuring: Boathouse Row (Yacht Rock)
Enjoy dinner, drinks and some great tunes on the riverfront. 
Thank You Sponsors!
Proud Supporters of the Easton Farmers' Market
Easton Farmers' Market is a program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership