Yardley Farmers' Market is a year round Market in Beautiful Downtown Yardley Borough
Yardley Farmers Market Participates In SNAP
Thanks to our partnership with St. Andrews Episcopal Church in Yardley, we can help folks stretch their SNAP/EBT benefits further by matching SNAP customers' dollar for dollar up to $10/market.
Fresh healthy food should be available to everyone!
Visit our Market Table under the Pavilion for more info.
Summer Farmers Market
Our Summer Market is located in Buttonwood Park in downtown Yardley Borough. Every Saturday from 9 am - 12 pm (temporary COVID-19 hours) from May through November 20th, 2021.
Enter on Buttonwood Drive via South Main Street (next to next to Firehouse Cycles). Free onsite Parking. Find us on google maps.
Winter Farmers Market
Located indoors at the Yardley Friends Meeting, 65 N. Main St. Yardley Borough. Hopefully the Friends Meeting will reopen for our bi-monthly Market on the 1st & 3rd Saturday of each month, 9am - Noon from December, 2020 through April, 2021. Restrooms and free onsite parking. Find us on google maps.
Know your Farmer, Know your Food
Yardley Farmers Market is a producer only market. Our mission is to promote sustainability through focusing on locally grown and sourced produce, meats and materials, while expanding marketing opportunities for local farmers, artisan food vendors and small businesses by providing increased access to the public.
Open year round, rain or shine, our Outdoor Summer and Indoor Winter Markets offer an array of fruits & vegetables (including organically grown produce, meats, poultry and eggs), fresh roasted coffees & blended teas, wine, honey, fresh artisan breads & baked goods (including gluten-free & vegan options), prepared foods, fermented foods & Kombuchas, natural body products, flowers, plants & gifts. Offerings may vary depending on the season.
By shopping at our Farmers' Market, you have access to the freshest, most wholesome food, can talk directly with the Farmers who are growing your food, and your dollars stay in the local economy, helping to build Community.