Opening Day of the Doylestown Farmers’ Market will be on Saturday, April 16th from 7 a.m. until noon, rain or shine, at South Hamilton and West State Streets in historic Doylestown Borough. The Buckingham Township Civic Association has proudly sponsored the market for 41 years.
Every Saturday morning through mid-November, two dozen vendors will be at the market with their produce, prepared foods, baked goods, mushrooms, coffee beans, condiments, dairy, eggs, grass-fed meats (beef, lamb, pork, goat, turkey and chicken), jam, plants and herbs, cut flowers and handmade crafts including alpaca products. This year, new vendors will sell old-fashioned candy, medicinal herbs, guacamole, maple syrup and goat’s milk soap.
Opening day will feature the singing of crowd favorite Elle. The free book exchange will have something for all ages and tastes. A knife sharpener will be coming too.
All the vendors will be happy to answer your questions and share their expertise.
Remember: “Buy Local, Save Bucks”®