Over 25 vendors every Saturday, 8am-1pm. Free and open to the public.
Location: 100 Block North Harrison Street (municipal parking lot)
Over twenty-five vendors gather weekly at that familiar space on North Harrison Street and comprise what is known as Easton Farmers Market. This market year will feature a variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, local honey, baked goods and fresh bread, coffee, kettle corn, fresh-cut flowers, dog treats, seafood (including wild-caught salmon and oysters), kombucha, Lyon Rum, fresh-pressed juices, nursery plants and craft items at the opening of the historic Easton Farmers’ Market on Saturday, April 11th, from 8am to 1pm.
The Avalon Foundation sponsors the successful Farmers’ Market. “The Easton Farmers Market is a long-standing tradition spanning close to 40 years. We are proud to support this endeavor that serves the community and connects customers with local farmers, artisans and other producers,” said market manager Marie Nuthall. The market will feature live local music each week beginning at 10:30am.
The market is located in downtown Easton, in the municipal parking lot on the 100 block of N. Harrison Street - north of Goldsboro Street. The market will operate through December 19th, rain or shine and will continue to offer seasonal produce and other items.