Wrightstown Farmers Market Main Season Opening Day is May 4th

    The 2024 Wrightstown Farmers Market 19th season opens on Saturday, May 4th from 9:00am to noon, returning to the Middletown Grange, 576 Penns Park Road, Newtown.

    The main season runs Saturdays through November 23rd, rain or shine (note: no market 8/17 due to the Middletown Grange Fair). 

    Founded by the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance in 2006, the producer-only market has grown to 40+ vendors connecting customers directly to growers and producers and providing food for the community while supporting local farms.

    WFM welcomes back many regular vendors including:  Blooming Glen Farm, Apple Ridge Farm, Rolling Hills Farm, Sugar Maple Jerseys, Hollow House Farms, Solebury Orchards, Red Cat Farm, Solly Farm, Primordia Mushroom Farm, Holben Valley Farm, Purely Farm, the Farmstead Table, Macungie Mountain Herb Farm, Honey Hills Apiary, Manoff Cidery, The Coffee Scoop, Red Brick Craft Distillery, BowlFace, Bubbly Goat Farm, Jersey Pickles, Poppa’s Custard, Helpful Foodie, Burek by Zeni, Marie Soap, TheDogBoneGuy, Panna Gelateria, Mediterra, and others.

    New vendors this season include Annie B’s Sweets, Refresh n Flourish, Kismet Bagels, Dragonfly Hill Farm, Spotted Horse Provisions, Fork’d Pierogies and Wycombe Vineyards.

    According to Market Manager Cheryl Gilmore, “We are also looking forward to bringing back many of our much-loved events such as our free Ice Cream Day, interactive Monarch Butterfly Tent, Pie Contest, Apple Tasting, and our Howlin’ Halloween event.

    Weekly kids’ activities and live music will continue as well. Cheryl is also excited to announce an increase in the SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) reimbursement match this season.

    Stay tuned for more info on this to come. For weekly vendor lineup and market happenings, follow us on Instagram @wrightstownmarket and visit our website,

    PHOTO CAP: Farmer Tom Murtha of Blooming Glen Farm inspects flats of growing Torpedo Onions.

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