BCFA Wrightstown Farmers' MarketLocation:
2203 2nd Street Pike, adjacent to the Wrightstown Township municipal offices,Time:
Saturdays, May 4 - November 23, 2013, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, rain/shine
Welcome to the Wrightstown Farmers' Market! We are a local producer-only market launched in Sept. 2006 and sponsored by the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance. We promote sustainable farming practices such as organic vegetable, flower and fruit production and pastured, naturally raised animal products free of antibiotics or hormones.
The market's more than 25 vendors offer: seasonal, freshly harvested, organically and conventionally grown vegetables, herbs, flowers; preserved products; 100% grass-fed beef, pasture-raised poultry, lamb and pork; pastured, free range eggs; organic yogurt and cheeses; artisanal breads and homemade baked goods; handmade soaps and lotions; raw local honey and beeswax candles; locally grown and handmade fiber products; gluten free and vegan items; organic, fair trade, locally roasted coffees; organic, freshly ground nut butters; gourmet prepared foods and local handcrafts.
The market hosts local musicians each week and seasonal fun and educational activities. The market also features guest appearances by local chefs providing cooking demonstrations using seasonal, locally grown vegetables, herbs and other products available at the market. Come sharpen your eat-local skills!
Non-profit local community service organizations are featured guests at the market. Email us at email@example.com to schedule to table.
Sign up for emails on this website's Home page to receive weekly notices of what's in season, who the featured live entertainment will be and news of chef demonstrations, special events, guest community organizations, presentations, farm tours and films sponsored by the Foodshed Alliance.
OUR 2013 PRODUCERS:
Apple Ridge Farm, Saylorsburg, PA, wood-fired brick oven sourdough breads, bavarian style soft pretzels, farm themed muffins, pastries, cookies, and granola using many organic ingredients, pasture-raised eggs and chicken. www.appleridge.net
Blooming Glen Farm, Tricia Borneman & Tom Murtha, Blooming Glen, vegetables, herbs, strawberries and flowers grown using organic practices firstname.lastname@example.org, www.bloomingglenfarm.com.
Bonjour Creperie, New Hope, Master Chef Jean-Pierre, sweet and savory crepes, usually locally sourced ingredients. www.bonjourcreperie.com
Bruce Weiner Clay Artist, Bruce Weiner, Glenside, handmade pottery, tiles, mosaics, email@example.com, www.bruceweiner.wordpress.com
Bucks County Cookie Company, Susan Kahn, Blooming Glen, cookies, scones, brownies, granola. www.buckscountycookie.com
Caramel's Crunchy Cookies, Marilyn Maxwell, Penn's Park, all natural dog treats, made using some ingredients she grows.
Coffee Scoop, Karen & Warren May, Pipersville, fresh roasted, certified organic and fair trade, shade grown gourmet coffees, plus secret recipe iced tea, 215 766 7918
Community Baptist Church, Penndel, Southern vegetables grown using organic practices. Cbcministriespa@aol.com
Eat This, Gino De Schryver, Erwinna, jams, marmalades, pickled vegetables, pate, pot de creme, cakes in jars -- using local fruit, eggs and dairy www.eatthisyum.com
Fourth Street Foodworks, Stephanie Smith, Frenchtown, NJ, organic kettlecorn, made with open-pollinated non-GMO, organic corn sourced
from Oak Grove Plantation in Pittstown, NJ, plus organic cane sugar, organic coconut oil and salt, freshly popped and bagged at the market. 908-752-5798. firstname.lastname@example.org
Flint Hill Farm Education Center, Kathleen Fields, Coopersburg, 610-838-2928, non-profit educational farm featuring goat & cow milk cheeses (aged & fresh), yogurt, butter, smoothies and raw milk from pasture-raised cows and goats. www.flinthill-farm.org
Fulper Family Farmstead, Molly Pfaffenroth, Lambertville, NJ, fresh mozzarella, string cheeses, ricotta, butter, yogurt, cheddar, cream cheese, cottage cheese, sour cream, buttermilk, yogurt smoothies, hard cheeses. www.fulperfarms.com
Great Harvest Bread Company, Jessica Smith, Newtown, fresh baked yeast and quick breads, muffins, cinnamon buns from flour freshly milled in Newtown. www.greatharvestnewtownpa.comGuiling Corley, Huntingdon Valley, handmade jewelry, 215-947-3079.Kaleidoscope Farm, Mike & Robin Hoy, Wrightstown, rhubarb, pound cake and pies made with locally sourced ingredients, 215-860-7081.
Karibbean Kappra Body Care Solutions, Geoffrey Burgess, Bethlehem, all natural handmade shea butter body lotions and body butter www.karibbeankappra.net
Mainly Mushrooms, Chris Darrah, Mechanicsville, wild foraged mushrooms, cultivated mushrooms, truffles, locally foraged ramps and fiddleheads, 215-794-7080, email@example.com
Marie's Soap Company, Brenda Olson, Ottsville, handmade soap and skin products using all natural ingredients and some locally sourced ingredients. www.mariessoapcom,
Milk House Farm Market, Brenda Slack, Newtown, seasonal vegetables, strawberries, raspberries, herbs, harvest decorations, eggs, chicken and duck from pasture-raised animals. www.milkhousefarmmarket.com
Naturally @ Holben Valley Farm, Dennis & Carol Dorney, New Tripoli, 100% grass fed beef and pasture-raised chicken, turkey, pork and eggs. www.lehighvalleygrassfed.com
Nature's Alive Natural Pet Products, Anthony & Christian Wajda, Bensalem, all natural frozen dog & cat dinners, healing dog treats, organic catnip, smoked bones, all natural flea sprays, paw balms, K9 kielbasa, body boost, shampoos, conditioners-- all their own recipes. www.naturesalive.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, 215-752-1451.
Nuts for Nature, Eugene & Snejana Pevzner, Yardley, organic nuts, nut butters, seeds, dried fruit and trail mixes, granola. www.nutsfornature.com, info@NutsForNature.com
Outside the Box Landscape, Steve Severson, Holicong, garden ornaments, furniture, birdhouses, design services, 215-595-6184. www.outsidetheboxlandscape.com, email@example.com.
Payton Jewelry Design, Kristi Payton, Doylestown, nature inspired, handcrafted wood, leather, semi-precious natural stones, pearls, and various metal jewelry. Locally sourced wood. www.paytonwoodcraft.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
PhilaDing, Norbert Varga, Elkins Park, organic prepared ethnic foods, scones, gluten free & vegan treats, organic, cold-pressed oils used for their foods and bottled by them, 267-287-8591. www.philading.com, email@example.com.
Promised Land Natural Farm, Jackie & Paul Hansen, Yardley, lettuces and seasonal vegetables grown using organic practices, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Purely Farm's Pasture-Raised Meats, Joanna & Marc Michini, Pipersville, pasture-raised pork ham, sausage and eggs from pasture-raised hens. email@example.comRocky Ridge Maple, Brent Tracy, Middlebury Center, PA, certified organic maple syrup, maple cream, maple sugar and maple candy. www.rockyridgemaple.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Shady Brook Farm, Paul & Dave Fleming, Yardley, seasonal vegetables and hot-house tomatoes, berries. www.shadybrookfarm.com
Solebury Orchards, Brian Smith, 215-297-8079, www.soleburyorchards.com, blueberries, apricots, peaches, nectarines, apples, pears, cider, apple juice, apple sauce, fruit butters, cider donuts
DIRECTIONS TO THE MARKET:
From Newtown, Langhorne, Levittown, Bristol and Yardley take Rt. 413 to 3 miles north of Newtown, turn left on Penns Park Rd, pass the Grange and Wrightstown Elementary School and continue a few hundred yards to the stop sign at 2nd Street Pike (Rt. 232). Turn left and go 0.2 mile to the market, on your left.
From Richboro, Warminster, Southampton, Holland, and Huntingdon Valley go north on 2nd Street Pike (Rt. 232), pass the red light at Swamp Rd. and continue 0.4 miles to the top of the hill to market on your right.
From Feasterville and Bensalem, take Street Road to Buck Rd. (Rt. 532) north to the Newtown bypass. Go left, stay straight and pass the Community College. Continue to the red light at 2nd Street Pike (Rt. 232) and turn right. Go 0.4 mile to the top of the hill. Market on your right.
From Buckingham and north take Rt. 413 south to the red light at Rt. 232 in Wrightstown (5 pt. intersection). Turn right and go 1.4 mile to the market, on the left.
From Furlong and Doylestown, take Swamp Rd. through Rushland and continue to the red light at Rt. 232 (2nd Street Pike). Turn left and go 0.4 mile to the top of the hill and market on your right.
From New Hope take 2nd Street Pike (Rt. 232) south to Wrightstown, cross Rt. 413 at the red light and continue 1.4 mile to the market, on your left.