Friday, May 31, 2013

Easton Farmers’ Market Adds Wednesday Evening Hours

The Easton Farmers’ Market, the oldest continuous open-air market in the United States, will launch a new evening market on Centre Square beginning next Wednesday, June 5, which will run from 4 to 8 p.m. every week through September.

Dubbed “Weyerbacher Wednesdays” and sponsored by the Weyerbacher Brewing Company, the local brewer will be on site every week offering samples to those over 21 of its craft beers.

Twenty producer-only vendors will offer fresh locally grown produce, herb, flowers, raw milk, cheese and yogurt, pasture-raised meat and eggs, artisan breads and baked goods, prepared foods, and vegan specialties.

Opening night festivities include a welcome by Easton Mayor Sal Panto, live music, a farm-to-table cooking demonstration featuring Maxim’s 22 and hourly prize drawings.

Future special events at the Wednesday market are planned too.

On June 19, "Two Rivers Roller Derby Night" will take over Centre Square, which will be closed to traffic for an evening of roller derby action and an demo by the roller derby team. Later, the circle will be open for free skating--visitors are encouraged to bring their skates and roller blades and glide around the circle.

For more about the Easton Farmers' Market, as well as more future special events planned for both Wednesdays and during its traditional time, on Saturday mornings, visit

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