What's Happening at the East Falls Farmers' Market
It's Halloween weekend and we have an extra-large market coming this Saturday! It's all treats and no tricks with prepared food from Hank's Cinnamon Buns, Sazon2Go, and SmokeBreak BBQ. We'll have honey from Lynda's Lady's Secret Valley Apiary. Waffles Philly will be making fresh Liege Waffles at the market and online ordering is available for Liege Waffle dough balls so you can make Liege waffles at home on your own iron. Check out wafflesphilly.com/ for more details. Jack from Moishe's Pickles reports that he'll be running another raffle this weekend and he'll have all the fan favorites. He'll also have babka, bagels and bialys from Kossar's.
Betty's Acres will have their chèvre, feta, and fresh cow's milk, and McCann’s will have lots of apples (Cortland, Ginger Gold, Stamen, Golden Delicious, Fiji) as well as sweet potatoes, butternut squash, acorn squash, spaghetti squash, zucchini, cucumbers, spinach and PUMPKINS! Everwild Farm will have their Mesclun mix, arugula, spinach, a wide variety of microgreens and shoots, fresh herbs, rainbow chard, curly kale, bok choy, Napa cabbage, cherry radishes, sweet turnips, fennel, and flower bouquets!
...and we'll have music by Last Chance!
Come join us at the market under the Twin Bridges from 10 am to 2 pm, rain or shine!
This Week's Vendors
Brophy Spring Hollow Farm
Faiya Hot Sauce
Green Mountain Energy
Hank's Cinnamon Buns LLC
Lynda's Lady's Apiary, LLC
Pure Soul Inspirations
Sorrentino Pasta + Provisions
St. James Woodshop Program
The Fancy Crumb
Twisted Gingers Brewing Co
*Because life happens, our vendor list can sometimes be subject to change without notice.
Music by Last Chance!
Last Chance is the Philadelphia duo of Jack Scott (vocals, guitar, banjo) and Ingrid Rosenback (vocals, fiddle, harmonica). They perform throughout Greater Philadelphia at many venues including the Philadelphia Folk Festival. Songs from their 5 albums are regularly played on WXPN and other radio stations. Visit their website - lastchanceband.org
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