2017 Vendors

Weekly Vendors!

Lancaster Organic Growers (weekly)
Lancaster, PA
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This year Farmer Justin Snyder is representing Lancaster Organic Growers located in Lancaster County, PA.  He will be selling a wide variety of organic produce from Crawford Organics (same farm as last year) as well as fruit, eggs, cheese, raw milk (per-ordered), honey, apple cider (fall), PA maple syrup and flowers.
Kennett Square Specialties (weekly)
Kennett Square, PA
Cash only
Kennett Square Specialties is located in the heart of Kennett Square, The Mushroom Capitol of the World. They will have Portobello, Crimini, Shiitake, Maitake, King Oyster, Pioppino, Pom Pom (Lion’s Mane), Gray Oyster, and Yellow Oyster mushrooms. They also may get some wild mushrooms from time to time including Morels and Chanterelles.
Slow Rise Bakery
Lancaster, PA
Brian Hernon is the baker at Slow Rise Bakery in Lancaster, PA. He uses as many organic ingredients as is practical and no preservatives. He shapes by hand and follows artisan standards for ingredients, slow dough development and labeling. His breads contain a high percentage of fiber providing a fiber/carbohydrate ratio that is healthier than commercial bread and most of his breads do not contain oil which many bakeries use to mask their lack of flavor and keeping qualities.

Slow Rise breads and baked goods will be available at the Friends of Pretzel Park table.

Part time vendors — Check the At the Market posts for the latest information

Liberty Plants (bi-weekly)
Philadelphia (Roxborough), PA
Alyssa and Greg Van Alstine run a small, family-owned business located in the Roxborough section of Philadelphia. They believe that all residents of Philadelphia should have the opportunity to grow their own edibles, regardless of outdoor restrictions. As avid vegetable gardeners, they offer their knowledge and experience to help you choose the best edible varieties for your unique situation.They grow the following unique heirloom plants: tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, cucumbers, squash/zucchini, greens, herbs, and flowers. They also have hanging baskets.
Pasture Song Farm (bi-weekly beginning May 20)
Pottstown, PA
Pasture Song Farm is passionate about pasture-based livestock farming and its ability to heal the land while providing delicious, nourishing food. They will be bringing GMO-free and pastured pork and chicken. In addition, they will have biologically grown cut flowers, sweet corn, strawberries, garlic, and pumpkins.
Chilly Banana
Philadelphia, PA
The Chilly Banana is a Philadelphia-based mobile food cart serving banana whips and other tasty fruit-based treats!
Fifth of a Farm Creations (monthly)
Philadelphia, PA
Fifth of a Farm Creations is a family owned and operated business located in Philadelphia, PA. All of their jams and jellies are hand crafted in small batches using all natural ingredients.

Some of their jams and jellies are: Blue Bell Hill Berry Jam, Harrogate Peach Jam, Rittenhouse Red Pepper Jelly, Port Richmond Grape Jelly and Strawberry Mansion Jam. They also have seasonal jams and jellies as well as gift baskets.

Fifth of a Farm can’t make every market but we will keep the page updated with their schedule.

Bees and Buttercups
Philadelphia, PA
Bees and Buttercups is a mother-daughter team that is dedicated to creating professionally-handcrafted jewelry and accessories for the modern, free-spirited woman so that she can effortlessly transition between weekday and weekend feeling inspired.
Neil’s Sharpening Service
Ambler, PA
Credit cards accepted
Neil’s Sharpening Service is a mobile sharpening service for knives, scissors, shears, push movers, etc. In addition, Neil makes keys, handmade pens and pencils, wooden toys, vinyl signs, yard signs, magnets and stickers. He also does custom engraving and temporary tattoos.
Tilted Haggis Soap Company
Hatboro, PA
Credit cards accepted
Tilted Haggis Soap Company makes all natural, all vegetable, very good handmade soap as well lotions, massage oils, bug repellent, scrubs, bath bombs and room sprays.
Offbeat Gourmet LLC
Buckingham, PA
Credit cards accepted
Offbeat Gourmet LLC is a small, family business located in Buckingham, Bucks County, PA, created by Scott Duncan and business partner, Allison Wright. Their mission is to create gourmet premium condiments that are made with only the best locally sourced, 100% fresh ingredients. Scott takes pride in the purity of Offbeat Gourmet’s condiments, striving for as much organic produce as possible for each jar. All products produced contain absolutely no artificial preservatives, artificial flavors or coloring, corn or high fructose corn syrup and are 100% gluten free.
Offbeat Gourmet is an active member within the local community. Allison and Scott support only local farms for ingredients, mom & pop gourmet stores for retail locations, and in promoting local community events.
A Piece of Positivity Studios
Carlee Myers, is the Owner and Founder of A Piece of Positivity Studios. She is an expert at helping women who are unhappy use creativity to build a life that is authentic to themselves. As a successful practicing artist, Carlee has worked with many individuals to create environments using art that support their core desired feeling(s) and help them gain clarity about their future through one-on-one coaching and creative workshops. Before founding APOP Studios, Carlee earned her BFA in Curatorial Studies and Fine Art and worked as an artist, curator and arts administrator for a number of years. She has exhibited across the U.S. and has received prestigious awards such as the Fob Fellowship at Second State Press in Philadelphia, PA.
Black Cat Clothiers
Victoria Mier, a Philadelphia area native living right near Pretzel Park, created a one-woman shop focusing on high-quality vintage clothing this year.  She scours shops, estate sales and private collections all over the region to curate a collection of clothing for the discerning woman who values the stories and magic of vintage garments.
The Urban Cottage
Lindsay Zolad Coughlan, a local Roxborough resident, has a motto for her business: “Upcycled, Repurposed, Rethought, Undone and Redone”. She creates unique rustic and cottage chic home decor from recycled and repurposed materials. Local delivery is available and bulk discounts are possible. She can create custom pieces as well.
Joseph Tayoun Drum Circle at 10am to 2pm.
A selection of drums from around the World will be provided, on a first come – first served basis (The “dibs” system prevails). Picture a pickup truck full of drums… that many. If you prefer your own, we insist you bring them. And bring your other one for someone else to use.
Second Saturday of every month.