Farmstand • Local Food & Drink • Craft Vendors • Bands • Performers
Bring your friends and family and join us for our festive evening markets! We are keeping the farm and the farmstand open late for shopping and have invited some of our favorite friends to join us at our little green oasis.
This month Women in Horticulture will join us for a discussion on adding fall & winter interest to your garden. Vessna Scheff opens at 6pm on ukulele and our favorite acoustic duo, Silk & Honey at 7pm.
You’ll be eating and drinking well with Slurp Philly, Chef Katie Briggs Burger Pop-Up, Purposeful Pops, and Evil Genius Beer Company.
Come ready to shop the farmstand a slew of talented purveyors of handmade goods; Aha Brands, The Darling Bower, Stellar Design Shop, Mello Infusions, 12th Glow, f e a s t, the kitchen garden series, Arekusn, Madcrumbs, Thankful Sage Farm School, Melmos Dog Treats, Terra Luna, Cat Horn Accessory, The Darling Bower, Vessna Scheff.
The farmstand is stocked with organically grown produce from right here in our high tunnels. Browse the garden center and greenhouse and say hi to Milkshake the pig and his friends.
Women in Horticulture: Adding Fall & Winter Interest to Your Garden • 6:00-6:45pm • FREE
Gardening should extend beyond just spring and summer blooms. Late season flowers, foliage, and fruit can be showstoppers in the garden, while also providing important food sources for pollinators and birds. Garden lovers are always looking for plants that will extend the season of interest, and bees are also looking to store up pollen and nectar to survive winter hibernation. Lucy will provide ideas for perennials, shrubs, and trees that flower, turn brilliant colors, and bear fruit late into the year. She will review the necessary site conditions for them to thrive, and show you how to create beautiful plant combinations. Lucy will focus on plants that are not only good landscape plants but also provide pollen and food for wildlife
Lucy Dinsmore is the Azalea Meadow Horticulturist at the Morris Arboretum of the Univeristy of Pennsylvania. She’s worked for landscaping firms, garden centers, and holds a master’s degree from the University of Minnesota. As the Assistant Director of the group Women in Horticulture, which provides women with opportunities in professional development, networking, and mentorship during free and low-cost events in the greater Philadelphia area.
Silk & Honey
Food & Drink
Evil Genius Beer Company serving their beer made right over on Front Street.
Rock N’ Rolls Food Truck fusion eggrolls.
Madcrumbs is a made-to-order, small-batch bakeshop in Philadelphia. No product is ever frozen. They bake from scratch using high quality and local ingredients whenever possible. By baking small batch we cut down in our food waste and able to offer affordable prices.
Thankful Sage Farm School manufactures handmade soaps and a variety of candles with historic underpinnings. Coming from Historic Bucks County, it is easy to capture the spirit of the early America – they hand mix the scents of soil, woodsmoke, old pipes, and local flowers. They make a variety of candles, non GMO soy candles and beeswax candles- produced from the hives on their little farm. They teach heritage skills.
Melmos Dog Treats provides an all natural dog treat in fun shapes and flavors!
Cat Horn Accessory handcrafted casual metal and fiber jewelry and accessories for women and men. Original designs using wirework, macrame, leather craft, and needlepoint using precious metals, semiprecious stones, silk, and leather.
The Darling Bower, botanical watercolor artist making tea towels, gift wrap, wall art, and greeting cards.
Vessna Scheff, original abstract and portrait watercolors focusing on the natural textures of water and wood
Twilight Markets are on the third Thursday of each month from June through October. Different music, local food and drink, activities, music and arts and craft vendors each month. BYO welcome. Free. Rain or Shine.
Sign up to be a vendor or performer here.