The Pottstown Farmers and Artisans Regional Market will be located in the 200 block on High Street between Hanover Street to Charlotte Street with parking available in the nearby lots.
Pottstown FARM’s mission is to facilitate the exchange of fresh, local agricultural products and handmade goods. The market is overseen by Pottstown Downtown Improvement District Authority’s Main Street Manager Sheila Dugan and coordinated by a committee of the organization.
Pottstown restaurants will play a farm-to-table role in offering special food to match the market’s special themes. On May 5, celebrate Cinco De Mayo with a chili cook-off and salsa from Juan Carlos Fine Mexican Cuisine. Grumpy’s Handcarved Sandwiches will be featuring a South of the Border Soup as well as a root vegetable soup, from the early spring vegetables available at the market.
More than 17 vendors will be selling goods such as dairy, meat, produce, flowers and other items at Pottstown FARM.
This season’s vendors include:
• Tine & Toil Farm
• New-Bee Ranch
• Steer’s Vegetables
• Candle Krazy
• M&M Creek Valley Farm
• Scentual Garden Soaps
• Freeland Market
• Simply Real
• Green Lion Breads
• Truly Pure & Natural
• Flowers by Colleen
• Words of Art by Ali J
• Stone Creek Meadery
• Conebella Cheese
• 3 Little Rosebuds / Little Lemon
• Mishas Obsessions (Yarn art)
In addition, MOSAIC Community Land Trust will be hosting activities that teach children the importance of eating healthy. Market attendees can also enjoy music performed by local bands.
Pottstown FARM was made possible by a $10,000 grant from the Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation and the determination of its committee members. The market is also sponsored by the Federation of Pottstown Teachers, Pottstown Area Industrial Development, Inc. and Pottstown Memorial Medical Center, with additional sponsorships available.
For more vendor information, call Sheila Dugan, Market Director, 610-323-5400, or email MarketInfo@PottstownFARM.org. Stay updated on the market by visiting www.pottstownfarm.org, liking the Pottstown FARM page on Facebook and following @PottstownFARM on Twitter and Instagram.
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