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

Saturdays, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
On the Riverfront at Scott Park
128 Larry Holmes Drive, Easton, PA


Free Parking - Rain or Shine - EBT Accepted - Dogs Welcome
For the Love of the Market
It's National Farmers' Market Week - a time to talk about the importance of markets, and why you should shop them. They've even been deemed 'essential' by the government. But you know what's really essential? Our volunteers.
We say it all the time, "we couldn't do it without them." But never has that been more true than this year. Our volunteer needs have doubled at the new location - due to the large expanse, multiple entry gates and the Covid-19 safety precautions. Since May 2nd, 32 volunteers have contributed 504 hours of service. They show up week after week, undaunted by the extreme heat, demanding physical work, sometimes difficult customer interactions, and the pervasive stress of the pandemic. In this season wrought with so many challenges we cannot think of anyone more integral to the success and sustainability of the Easton Farmers' Market than our volunteers.

You likely will never encounter our early rising set-up crew - those who arrive at 7am, with smiles on their faces, ready to 'build' the market. And you're probably long gone by the time the take-down crew arrives at 1pm at the hottest point of the day when the sun beats down, and the heat emanating from the blacktop reaches 120 degrees and higher.

But you will see the aways positive, ever-loyal volunteers who staff our welcome tents, operate the EBT terminal, and help keep shoppers safe throughout the market day. And you will see Curt Ehly, who makes sure there is music in the air - every Saturday. So, as you peruse the market, please take a moment to remember that if those volunteers weren't there, there would be no market. And take a minute to smile beneath your mask, and share a word of thanks with these incredible human beings. #essential
Grown with Love
Fresh Produce, Plants & Flowers
Things are gonna be just peachy this Saturday as vendors celebrate the beautiful, blushing peach. Stock up on peaches for canning, treat yourself to a peach pie and look for some peachy specials at many of our vendor locations.
Scholl Orchards
Half Pecks for Peach Day!
It's Scholl's favorite day - Peach Day! And that means there will be half pecks available for canning. Peach varieties now available include Red Haven yellow peaches White Lady freestones. For those that prefer nectarines- they're available in white & yellow. Santa Rosa plums are plentiful and the crew is still picking sweet cherries. Cantaloup, watermelon and honeydew are happening too.

On the veggie side you'll find tomatoes, string beans, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, cukes, eggplant peppers, onions and more!.
Holy Cow Farm
Learn to Dry Flowers
Look who's finally in season just in time for National Farmers Market Week! Everyones favorite little flower: Gomphrena aka Globe Amaranth. These little beauties last forever in the vase and they're also farmer Jenn's favorite blooms to dry for a little color all winter long. Ask Jenn and Bryan about drying flowers at market for more info on how to do it.

Pre-order here:
Phillips Farms
A Plethora of Plums
Plums at their best!! Phillips Farms has several varieties of sweet delicious plums now available, all in a mixed pint box so you can try them all. Other fruit you will want to add to your shopping list this week: Cantaloupe, Sugar Cube (small but crazy sweet), Seedless Watermelon, Donut Peaches, Yellow Freestone Peaches, White and Yellow Nectarines, Blueberries, and Blackberries. Hopefully a few Red Raspberries too!  

And don’t forget your veggies: field-grown beefsteak tomatoes and cherry tomatoes, green beans, zucchini, cucumbers, bell peppers, squash blossoms, spring onions, garlic, radishes, beets, leeks, carrots, potatoes, fennel, lettuce, kale, swiss chard, bok choy, basil, 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.
Twin Maple Farms
Sweeter every week!
The corn is getting sweeter every week! And this Saturday Stephen and crew will have yellow, white and bicolor corn. You'll find Twin Maple Farms between Breakaway Farms and Pie+Tart.
Cabbage Throw Farm
$20 Grab Bags are Back!
Cabbage Throw Farm is bringing back $20 Grab Bags for National Farmers’ Market Week. The bag will be filled with these farmers’ most fruitful and favorite crops including basil, cherry tomatoes, fennel, zucchini, and beets. Other goodies coming to the market include Jersey grown heirloom tomatoes, green beans, rainbow chard, cucumbers, carrots, turnips, and more. #shakethehandthatfeedsyou

The Backyard Growers
Psst... Shishito peppers are here!
Perennials: Say hello to Hardy Hibiscus, Coneflowers, and one Butterfly Bush in search of a home. NEW this week is Obedient (Physostegia Virginiana) - a plant that develops tall spikes of pretty trumpet-like white flowers in the late summer and early fall that cut well for fresh arrangements. The plants grow 12 to 36 inches tall and are relatively deer resistant. Hummingbirds and butterflies will feast from the fragrant flowers.

Produce: Look for some cucumbers including the long Armenian that was originally cultivated in Armenia in the 15th century, Armenian cucumbers (also called yard-long cucumbers) are a ribbed variety of musk melon that tastes similar to a cucumber and looks like a cucumber inside. Its flesh is crisp, sweet, succulent, and mild with some edible seeds, similar to a common cucumber. Expect plenty of string beans, Asian egg plant, Shishito peppers (SO good!), cherry tomatoes including: Sweet Million and Sun Gold! Plus sweet and hot banana peppers, hot chili peppers and more!
Primordia Mushroom Farm - Mushroom Musings with Jesse
Chanterelles - Take Note!
Wowie wow- the floods! Sitting high atop this hill we are often plagued with snakes of all kinds in the summer. Sometimes I think that we wouldn't have bought our land if we had known how often we'd see rattlesnakes and the like.... nothing like seeing your hometown mainstreet turn into a river to put things in perspective.... Hope that all of you are safe and dry and haven't seen too much damage to your homes or livelihoods. Oy! 2020! This year just keeps it coming!

Well, at least I can promise this bit of reliability: We will be at markets, we will have a flood of mushrooms to meet your need! We are still large on lion's mane, so the sale price remains. We will also have large grill-worthy shiitakes for your pleasure. Chanterelles were already coming in from the last rains, but I am sure we will get waay more before the weekend. That being said, they are a first come, first serve item. We will not have them on the website. If you want chanterelles, you will have to come to market as early as possible. 

As per usual, orders are not required, but are welcome. If you prefer to pre-order, and pre-pay, please make sure to have your orders in by midnight Thursday night, so that we are able to pack them Friday.
From the Creamery
Cheese,Yogurt & Butter
Market Pro Tip: Pre-order your cheese and yogurt online and bring an insulated bag to keep it cold!
Raspberry Ridge Sheep Creamery
Rob has a variety of sheep milk cheeses and yogurts this week. His yogurt (the original and true Greek yogurt) is perfect for peaches and those beautiful blackberries at Phillips Farm- mmm. Also, folks have been raving about the ricotta - try blending it with a raw egg, some fresh basil, garlic, sauteed onions, stuffing it in a zucchini. Top with fresh mozzarella and some marinara from the Farmstand Recipes tent and bake 50 minutes at 400 degrees.

Pre-Order Online:
Pasture Raised
Meat & Eggs
Breakaway Farms
NEW Sausage!
Team Breakaway brings you their featured Sausage of The Month: Italian
Summer Grillers! Refreshing Lemon Zest & Chardonnay combined with an
amped up Sweet Italian recipe... the result is mouth-watering freshness! This is the perfect griller for these hot summer days!

Come see your farmers at market this week & don’t forget to pre-order by 1pm on Friday! Simply visit to shop online & pick-up at your favorite market!
Savory Specialties
Farmstand Recipes
A Delicious Collaboration between the Highmark Farmstand and the Easton Public Market Kitchen
We're getting deja vu here, but it's true... Chef Scott is still having trouble keeping up with market demand for Vietnamese spring rolls so he promises even MORE this Saturday! He's also been canning again all week so expect to find some more unique and delicious goodies... strawberry lavender lemonade, Giardinere, Maraschino cherries (these are amazing), Maraschino golden sugar plums, Sour blueberries, pickled peppers, Sweet and Spicy Jimmy Nardello peppers, Garden Marinara Sauce and NEW pizza sauce!
Just Baked
Tombler's Bakery
Peach Pie!
Peach pies for Peach Day! Peach Crumb, Peach Blueberry, and peach raspberry. Call to reserve a pie or or take your chances - they go fast!
And more good news... Chicken Corn Chowder Pasties are back with fresh corn from Twin Maple Farm - these are amazing! Also by request, Shepards Pie pasties - homemade Shepards Pie filling topped with fresh parsley, mashed potatoes all wrapped up in pastry crust. Best to call to reserve these also. (484) 515-9968

Hello Corn Pudding Pie!
The Dog Days of Summer are here bringing gorgeous sweet corn and peaches from our EFM Neighbor, Phillips Farms, and ALL the veggies. This week, we put the corn in a savory Corn Pudding Pie with cheddar cheese and a hint of fresh jalapeño, and the peaches are piled high under a crisp, flaky lattice in our take on Peach Pie. You’ll also find Ratatouille Tarts with goats cheese, Chicken Curry Dinner Pies, and more!

Local Beverages - Fermented | Crafted | Roasted
Fieldstone Coffee Roasters
Leave it to Fieldstone Coffee Roasters to bring on Easton’s favorite custom blends this weekend. All coffee beans are roasted the day before the market! Wow that’s fresh! For bulk orders, or for contactless Pick-Up you may preorder from their website: use code papickup to drop the shipping charge and your order will be ready for Saturday! (Bulk orders please order before Friday at 10am)

Tolino Vineyards
Savor summer nights with your favorite wine and a cheese plate from Haven Farmstead Table...

Pinot Grigio $11.99
Chardonnay $19.99
Lillly $14.99
Vidal $11.99
The 050 $11.99
Fuzzy $14.99
Gracie $14.99

Mama's Rose $11.99
Next Generation $11.99
Catawba $11.99

Papa's Red $14.99
Merlot $19.99
Chambourcin $19.99
Cabarnet Franc $24.99
Rad Red $14.99
Sunnyside $11.99
Breakfast or Lunch on the Riverfront
K&S Grill
Aladdin Middle Eastern
Little Miss Korea
Botanicals & Skin Care
Teels Hill Soapworks
Just a reminder that Susan's soaps are all vegetable based but three of her soaps do have animal products. Her Honey Rosemilk Soap is made with buttermilk, honey and natural beeswax and scented with patchouli and palmarosa essential oils. The Milk and Honey Soap is made with goat's milk and honey and scented with frankincense and myrrh. And let us not forget Teels Hill's famous Bacon Soap! This bar came about with our yearly bacon fest. Made with lard and bacon fat drippings. Lard works as a good barrier to hold moisture in your skin and also is high in vitamins that help keep your skin healthy. It's a great 'guy' gift!
This Week's Guest Vendors
Located in the Park Area near the Larry Holmes Statue
Brady's Botanicals

Brady's Botanical's whole plant extract tinctures contain low THC percentages and promote healing without the high. The full spectrum of the plant has been in their products since day one.
Ingredients: Whole Plant Full Spectrum Extract, MCT Coconut Oil.
Same ingredients for people and pets

Stop by and chat with Roger and Sharon and learn more about the healing power of hemp.

Be Love Succulents

Missing the beach?
If you bring Be Love a shell, Rhonda will fill it with succulents! The cost is based on the shell, and typically starts at $10 for small (4"-5" in length). 
Go to facebook and message Be Love a pic of your shell by Friday afternoon, August 7th. Rhonda can fill your favorite shell while you enjoy the EFM. Wait time approximately 15 minutes

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.
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