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November Starts the Holiday Season


It’s hard to believe it’s November and the holidays are quickly approaching, but we've got you covered! Our weekly Markets continue for another 3 weeks, ending on November 18 (the Saturday before Thanksgiving). But our Winter Market is held December through April on the 1st and 3rd Saturdays, 10am-noon, in the same location as the summer market, outdoors in Buttonwood Park.


December 2nd and 16th are our Holiday markets where you can shop local for unique gifts and ingredients for your Holiday meals. You’ll see many of the same summer vendors with a few new friends popping in. Keep an eye on our social media pages to learn more as it gets closer to December. And be sure to mark your calendar for the holiday markets!


Whether you tend to start your holiday shopping early or late, consider shopping local this

holiday season. Shopping local, like at the Yardley Farmers’ Market, helps support local

businesses which is essential for keeping communities thriving. Our vendors have wonderful

gifts for everyone on your list, like delicious sauces and preserved veggies from Abe’s Acres or homemade cookies from Heck of a Cookie. And Hobble Hill Farm joins us again starting in in November with their beautiful and cozy alpaca scarves, gloves, socks and more!


While the temperatures are starting to drop, our farmers continue to bring the freshest local

produce! Here is a snapshot of what’s in season in November. While we expect that these

foods will be available, there is always a chance that crops may be limited or arrive early or late since production is dependent upon Mother Nature and a variety of other factors. Be sure to check social media and sign up for our weekly newsletter to receive the latest updates.

Apples

Broccoli

Cauliflower

Beets

Spinach

Carrots

Swiss Chard

Collard Greens

Sweet Potatoes

White Potatoes

Head Lettuces

Cabbage

Garlic

Arugula

Bok Choy

Kale

Leeks

Parsnip

What will you be cooking up with all of these delicious foods? Here are some recipes to try out:

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