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

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
(First hour reserved for those with underlying health conditions and ages 65+)
On the Riverfront at Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton, PA

Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted

Growing up Local

The two lovely young ladies featured in this photo having been coming to the market since before they were born.

It's wonderful to see kids raised to love and respect local farmers and local food, and to grow up knowing what REAL food tastes like. Make the farmers' market a part of your child's life.

Find us at Scott Park, on Larry Holmes Drive from 9am-1pm* (first hour for those at risk, and seniors aged 65+). FREE PARKING IN MARKET LOTS - Masks required. Please maintain 6' distance from other shoppers. Dogs not permitted in market area at this time.
Hello Thursday!
Hey folks, we listened to your suggestions. To better accommodate online pre-ordering, we've switched our weekly e-update from Friday to Thursday!

That being said, if you currently subscribe to the Easton Main Street e-update, you'll now be receiving that publication on Friday. Interested in learning more about retail, restaurants, and downtown happenings? Sign up HERE for Easton Main Street's update.
Guest Vendors
Look for our guest vendors in the park area near the Larry Holmes statue.
Neil's Sharpening Service

Are things a little dull at your house? Lucky for you, Neil's Sharpening Service makes their EFM debut this Saturday! Bring your: knives, scissors, garden loppers, garden shears, rotary lawn mower blades, reel mower blades, hair clippers, animal clippers, axes & hatchets, planes, drill bits, circular saw blades, chain saw chains (and the list goes on) to Neil Jacobs and he’ll make sure they go home sharp!

Neil's Sharpen Service will be at the market on the 3rd Saturday of every month, and also on the 4th of July!

The Bubbly Goat

"I am Joy, entrepreneur and business owner of the Bubbly Goat. It all started when I was 5 years old and with my love for goats. When we moved to our farm a few years ago, goats were one of the first animals to arrive. After their babies were born, we had ALOT of milk. We were looking for ways to use the wonderful product our girls gave us. We were amazed at all of the things that could be made from goat milk and how beneficial they are to your skin. We were hooked. It wasn't long before I was handcrafting my own products.  Soaps, lotions, laundry soap and bath fizz are just a few things that I make. All of our products are made on our farm in Stockton, NJ by me - and my goats, of course!"

Barkley's Bakery

Although you can't bring your furry friends to the market right now, you can still buy them a market-fresh treat! We all love to spoil our dogs, so why not give them something healthy while showing your love? Barkley’s Bakery has a great tasting selection of treats, cakes, and other special items that your dog will love. They use only organic ingredients and hand make all of their treats in small batches. They can also cater to the sensitive and allergy prone dogs, Whether it’s your everyday treats, a birthday or other special occasion count on Barkley to provide you with all of your dog’s needs!

Fresh Finds for Father's Day
Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Phillips Farms
New at Phillips Farms this week: early summer Raspberries! And good news, strawberries are still in good supply this week as well. Don’t forget other early summer favorites: spring garlic, garlic scapes, shelling peas, peas already shelled and sugar snap peas.

Other produce available: rhubarb, greenhouse tomatoes, broccoli, fennel, golden beets, arugula, mizuna, lettuce, kale, swiss chard, bok choy, fresh herbs and so much more.

Credit cards accepted. Online ordering available at Choose Easton Farmers Market as your pickup location. $20 minimum order requested.
Holy Cow Farm
Treat yourself to a Bouquet
Holy Cow is back with their farm fresh blooms! They sold out quickly last week, so if you
missed out on your weekly flowers, you can always head to their website to pre-order your bouquet. Bouquets this week will feature blooms like lilies, callas, feverfew, bachelor's buttons, and much more!

Pre-order here:
Cabbage Throw Farm
Vampires Beware!
Have you ever tried Bok Choy grilled?! It will be sure to put a smile on Dad's face this weekend along with all the other goodness you'll be grilling up, maybe something special from Breakaway Farms or some juicy portobellos from Primordia Mushrooms? To round out the celebration, Baby Greens are back along with one new and very exciting offering...drum roll please...GREEN GARLIC! Dean and Em are so excited about it, that both Arugula and Garlic will be included in their Grab Bag of the week along with Bok Choy, Cilantro, Dandelion Greens, and Radishes. Both Grab Bags and Salad Lover's Bags are available for preorder online until 7pm on Friday.
Other vegetables coming to market include radishes, turnips, garlic scapes, napa cabbage, kale, rainbow chard, romaine, lettuce, spring mix, spinach, kohlrabi, escarole, beets, herbs and more!
Comeback Orchards
Organic Strawberries
The organic strawberry patch at Comeback Orchards is still producing but slowing down a bit as we stretch in to the mid-late season. They are picking the last of the Jewels, Cabots, and Honeyoes, while still waiting for the late season berries to ripen. They are also starting to pick the first pie cherries of the year, Montmorency, the favorite variety on the farm. Quantities will be limited. Jarred fruit and tomato products will also be available.
Salvaterra's Gardens
Lettuce Rejoice!
This week the line up grows a little more! Matt and Jess will have lettuce mix, arugula, red and green head lettuce, romaine, kale, collards, swiss chard, pak choy, escarole, cabbage, fennel, parsley, dill, cilantro, carrots, radishes, scallions, beets, slicing tomatoes.

The cooler temps are great for growing lettuce and they have an abundance this week! Salvaterra's is offering a special of 1 lb bags of lettuce mix for $6 and head lettuce 2 for $5 (red, green, romaine). The romaine are huge and would make for a fabulous caesar salad!!
Scholl Orchards
Give Peas a Chance
Snow peas and snap peas strut onto the scene this Saturday at Scholl's. And don't miss their broccoli and cauliflower, so fresh, crisp, and flavorful - they put any supermarket versions to shame! Grab a container of Aladdin's hummus and you'll have yourself a great little snack with any of these fresh veggies. And thanks to the cool weather, asparagus and rhubarb are still available! Look for beets, potatoes, onions and lots more veggies!

Also this week... Pink lady and Goldrush apples, plus fresh pressed cider, apple sauce, NEW apple-pear sauce and more.
The Backyard Growers
Caladium's for Sun
If you love the look of Caladiums but lament your lack of shade, Richard has a real treat for you. He's featuring six different types of sun tolerant caladium this week! This is an excellent bedding plant and will perform well in most any soil. Caladiums have a natural dormant period beginning in autumn.When the leaves begin to die back this is the time to dig them up if you want to store them for next year. For long-term storing dig them before the first frost. Dry the bulbs in the sun with plenty of air circulation and store them in a mesh bag or in peat moss and keep them warm; 70 degrees is optimal.

But that's not all... Expect about 40 potted plants including: Canna (coral pink, ivory, orange and rose), annual Salvia Summer Jewel (pink, red and white), Gaillardia, Coreopsis, Foxglove, Gaura, and Penstemon. Bedding Plants Gazania and Vinca in 6 packs. Asian long (Tung Ping) eggplant, Shishito sweet peppers, pumpkin, winter squash and more!
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Welcome New Vendor!
Haven Farmstead Table
Farm & Creamery
Stop by and give Steve Dougherty of Haven Farmstead Table a warm welcome to Easton this Saturday! He was hand-picked by Stef Angstadt, the Queen of Cheese, so you know you can expect great things.

On the menu this week:
  • Camembert $8.50
  • Tangled Up in Blue $8.50
  • Farmhouse Tomme $8.50
  • Fresh Feta in Brine $9
  • Fromage Blanc $5.00
  • Salted Butter (organic) $6.00
  • Cultured Organic Butter $6.00
  • Mini Cheese Board Sampler $15.00

Online pre-ordering available at:
About the Business:
Haven Farmstead Table is driven by the desire to make world-class cheese from the highest-quality, and healthiest, milk. They are committed to raising cows using organic and pasture-based methods as a guide. They believe there is no compromise between deliciousness and nutrition. And those two elements are at the heart of what they strive for in their food.

Steve Dougherty and Reuben DeMaster are the owners and operators of Haven Farmstead Table. Reuben has been raising animals and vegetable crops for a decade on his diversified, organic-methods farm. Steven Dougherty, a Lehigh Valley, PA native, is a food entrepreneur and cheesemaker. In 2018 they built a dairy operation and cheese kitchen on the grounds of Willow Haven Farm, where Reuben and his family live.

REMINDER: Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery is off this week but Rob will return on June 27th with all your favorite sheep cheeses and yogurt.
Just Baked
Sweet and Savory
Seasonal Sweets & Savories
Treat Dad to a treat this weekend with PIE+TART’s Beef Bourguignon Pot pie. A slow cooked beef stew with bacon, mushrooms, pearl onions and red wine, topped with golden puff pastry. Just warm through in the oven and serve alongside simple tossed salad or a pile of creamy mashed potatoes! Sunday Supper done!

Also this week look out for Apple turnovers, Lemon Sponge pie, Strawberry Bakewell tart, Chicken curry pie and PIE+TART's mini quiche Lorraine AND Cirasella! Cash & Credit Accepted

Check the website for Frozen items available for preorder and pickup Saturday between 9am and 1pm.

Tomblers Bakery
Baked with Love
Karen asked us to convey her thanks to all of you for your continued support. Tomblers looks forward to seeing you all each week. This week's menu will include pasties, pierogies, spent grain pizza crusts, Dragon bread, cookies, Welsh tea cakes and fresh fruit pies. Psst... Rhubarb pies are coming to an end soon. If you would like to reserve one, please call or text the bakery! 484-515-9968  

From the Pasture
Meat, Eggs (and More)
Breakaway Farms
Steaks for Dad!
Do you want to be Dad’s hero on Father’s Day? Breakaway Farms can help! Whether he loves a Big juicy steak or the Best Burger in town, they’ve got you covered! Grass Fed, Dry Aged Steaks (Ribeye, Porterhouse, T-Bone, New York Strips, Filet Mignon, Skirt, Flank and more!). Specialty Burgers, Pork Chops, Bacon and don’t forget this is the last week you’ll find their famous Black n Bleu Pork Grillers!

Come see your farmers at market this week and give Dad what he deserves! Order online by 1pm on FRIDAY to guarantee availability:
Market Eats
Middle Eastern Cuisine
Folks couldn't get enough of Sam's falafel wraps and fava bean salad last week! Look for more of the same, along with the Aladdin's super-addicting hummus, fresh tabbouleh, baba ganoush, smeed and more.
Local Beverages - Fermented | Crafted | Roasted
Portch Tea
Hops for Pops!
Hops Paw Paw 6-packs are on sale for Father's Day - ($20) And mixed 6-packs are on sale for ($25). And remember, you can once again fill your growlers at the market. There are six flavors of kombucha on tap every week. Or mix and match for a bottled six-pack. Pre-order at!
Tolino Vineyards
Summer Sipping
At the market this Saturday:

  • Pinot Grigio - $14.99
  • Fuzzy - $14.99
  • Lilly - $14.99
  • Mamas Rose - $11.99
  • Sunnyside - $11.99
  • The 050 - $11.99
  • Vidal Blanc - $11.99
  • Chardonnay - $19.99
  • Rad Red - $14.99
  • Next Generation - $11.99
  • Papas Red - $14.99
For the Body
Teel's Hill Soapworks
Taking Care of Dear Ol' Dad
Teel's Hill has some great gifts for Father's Day. Working Hands, Gardener's and Licorice are all ideal soaps for Dad. Soap. Other manly scented varieties include Desert Night, Island Earth, Bay Lime and Blue Ridge Foothills, to name a few. A tin of hand soother is also a caring gift for Dads or Granddads who spend a lot of time working in the yard or wood shop!
The enforcement of City parking meters resumes on Friday June 17th
How to Get to the Market's FREE Parking Lots:
Since Larry Holmes Drive is closed to traffic during the market hours, you'll need to access the parking lots at Ferry & Second Streets (turn right off of Ferry St., just past the US Post Office), or via Green and Northampton Streets (turn at the Grand Eastonian Hotel). Signs are posted.

FREE parking is also available in the City's Pine Street Garage.
Thank you to our Sponsors
for Supporting our Local Food System
Easton Farmers' Market
Scott Park
130 Larry Holmes Drive
Easton, PA 18042
Easton Farmers' Market is program of
Greater Easton Development Partnership