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Okie Dokie Donut Blind Tiger Coffee

Join us for a perfect Saturday morning on the farm with a great pair; Blind Tiger Coffee and Okie Dokie Donuts! We’ll have lots of places to relax and hang out among the flora and fauna on the farm.


Okie Dokie Donuts specializes in delicious, artisanal, small-batch donuts. It was started as a fun side project in 2012 by Carol Ha, as a way to spread happiness with donuts that just happen to be gluten free. Since then, Okie Dokie has grown into a full-time business that offers donut catering and retail pop-ups at select venues throughout the Philadelphia area.

Owner and chef Carol Ha got her start in pastry working at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, UT and has worked in kitchens all over Philadelphia including La Colombe, Martha, the Dandelion, and the Walnut Street Café. In 2019, Ha decided go full-time, expanding from a one woman operation to a duo—Bill Kelly joined as Okie Dokie’s joint-owner and operations manager and head donut fryer.


Blind Tiger Coffee has been roasting coffee in Philadelphia since 2017. They think everyone can enjoy a good cup of coffee and actively work each day to offer retail coffee and coffee services that are fair, approachable, and open to everyone. Blind tigers were a speakeasy for the common folk, they chose this name to embody this idea. And they like jokes.

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Blind Tiger Coffee & Okie Dokie Donuts

Okie Dokie Donut Blind Tiger Coffee

Join us for a perfect Saturday morning on the farm with a great pair; Blind Tiger Coffee and Okie Dokie Donuts! We’ll have lots of places to relax and hang out among the flora and fauna on the farm.


Okie Dokie Donuts specializes in delicious, artisanal, small-batch donuts. It was started as a fun side project in 2012 by Carol Ha, as a way to spread happiness with donuts that just happen to be gluten free. Since then, Okie Dokie has grown into a full-time business that offers donut catering and retail pop-ups at select venues throughout the Philadelphia area.

Owner and chef Carol Ha got her start in pastry working at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, UT and has worked in kitchens all over Philadelphia including La Colombe, Martha, the Dandelion, and the Walnut Street Café. In 2019, Ha decided go full-time, expanding from a one woman operation to a duo—Bill Kelly joined as Okie Dokie’s joint-owner and operations manager and head donut fryer.


Blind Tiger Coffee has been roasting coffee in Philadelphia since 2017. They think everyone can enjoy a good cup of coffee and actively work each day to offer retail coffee and coffee services that are fair, approachable, and open to everyone. Blind tigers were a speakeasy for the common folk, they chose this name to embody this idea. And they like jokes.

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Twilight Market

Farmstand • Local Food & Drink • Craft Vendors • Bands • Performers

Bring your friends and family and join us for our festive evening market! We are keeping the farm and the farmstand open late and have invited some of our favorite friends. ORCA will be announcing the winner of their Bloom Your Block Contest at 6pm to start things off. Followed by live entertainment Boon and WORDZ The Poet Emcee. Rock n Rolls will be serving tasty egg rolls. Separatist Beer Project will be serving their brews that incorporate foraged ingredients. Shop crafts, art and locally made goodies by Melmos Dog Treats, Thankful Sage Farm School, Madcrumbs, Riot Alliance, Vessna Scheff, The Last Straw, EB Stitches. 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.

Twilight Markets are on the third Thursday of each month from June–October. Different music, local food and drink, activities, music and arts and craft vendors each month. BYO welcome. Free. Rain or Shine.

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Twilight Markets

Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Workshops • Craft Vendors

Bring your friends and family and join us for our festive evening market! We are keeping the farm and the farmstand open late for shopping and have invited some of our favorite friends to join us. Philadelphia Brewing Company will be here and What’s on the Grill BBQ; chicken, sausages and hot dogs. There will be live music from Marion Halladay of Trickster Sister and Dirty Soap Blues Band (music starts at 6), and while you’re listening to the beat, there’s a whole host of local vendors ready to welcome you!

We’ve got a good group of vendors for October. There will be custom print shirts, totes, buttons, jewelry, paper goods, embroidered hats and more from Morbid Merch, Quick Brown Fox & Lazy Dog, Charmazing Inc., and locals Dave & Mary. There will also be woodworked appliances, glass blown ornaments and terrariums, wall hangings, art, handmade soy candles and all your tea-related needs from Grajales Fabrication, Simply Hecgardo, Canterbury Customs Co, Lady Gray Tea, Vessna Scheff and Valeriya Volkova Art to furnish your kitchen and home. Don’t forget to bring your canine friends when you visit, because there will be treats for you both from Melmos Dog Treats and MADcrumbs Sweet Boutique!

Soil lead testing: The EPA is coming out to do soil lead testing. You can bring a soil sample to have tested on the spot, it just takes a few minutes so you can have a beer while you wait! See instructions on how to get a good sample here. They will use a handheld instrument that analyzes by X-ray fluorescence. The results are generally comparable to laboratory analyses. If participation is unusually high and you cannot wait for results, you can drop off the soil and provide us with a phone number and we will get back to you. Find out more about this testing method here.

One of our long-time vendors, Terra Luna, LLC will be teaching an Herbal Skincare Workshop from 6-8pm, where you will learn to make your own herbal face steam and body oil. Find out more and register here.

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Twilight Markets

Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Craft Vendors • Worm Composting Demo

Bring your friends and family and join us for our festive evening market! We are keeping the farm and the farmstand open late for shopping and have invited some of our favorite friends to join us! Philadelphia Brewing Company and Rowhouse Spirits will be handling your beverage needs, and What’s On The Grill will be manning the food station with hot dogs, grilled wings, kabobs, cheesy potatoes, mixed veggies and more.

This month, there’s something for everyone! Enjoy a unique blend of synthesized vocals and electronic music from Son Step from 6-7pm, and instrumental folk music infused with jazz and classic tones from Red Cedar Duo 7-8pm.

We’ve got a good group of vendors this month. Philadelphia Mead Well will be joining us with their delicious honeyed wines. There will be handmade totes, buttons, jewelry, prints, paper goods, baby/toddler clothes, embroidered hats and more from Charmazing Inc., Rachael Amber Design, and locals Dave & Mary. Earthenware and glass blown ornaments and terrariums will be featured from Who Dog Knits and Micari Arts Philly. Radiant Soaps will have handcrafted bath products for the care of your body, and Elements of Aura has stocked up on metaphysical healing toolkits for the care of your mind. There will also be woodworked appliances, handmade soy candles and all your tea-related needs from Grajales Fabrication, Simply Hecgardo, and Lady Gray Tea to furnish your kitchen and home. Don’t forget to bring your canine friends when you visit, because Melmos Dog Treats has got something for them too!

Worm Composting Demo • 5-7pm

Jenny the Worm Lady will be joining us to demonstrate the basics of worm composting. Learn about turning your kitchen scraps into worm castings, and how to make worm poop tea! This is the best fertilizer you can make at home to keep your gardens and house plants flourishing all year long. She will be bringing along her Can-o-Worms so you can see them in action!

Jenny “The Worm Lady” got her start in 1998 at The Rodale Institute, just outside of Kutztown, PA. Her  work has been published in “Growing Roots.” The Worm Lady’s compost products and services meet the needs of house plant enthusiasts, gardeners, farmers, nurseries, restaurants, green lawn services, community gardens, public parks and more. She will books, castings, tea for sale and will be taking orders for worm composting units.

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Our Twilight Markets are on the third Thursday of each month from June through October. Different music, local food and drink, workshops, music and arts and craft vendors each month. BYO welcome.

Sign up to be a vendor or performer here.

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Twilight Markets

Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Workshops • Craft Vendors

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! Philadelphia Brewing Company and Rowhouse Spirits will be here and Chef Drew will be cooking seasonal treats. Philadelphia Mead Well will be vending their locally made spirits.

This month, there’s something for everyone! Enjoy classic and folk rock vibes with live performances by Brackish 6-6:30pm, Hecate and the West Wind 6:30-7pm, and Todd Fausnacht 7-8pm. While nursing a cold one and bopping your head to some great tunes, pay a visit to our amazing vendors! Quick Brown Fox & Lazy Dog will have type-written paper goods, and Who Dog Knits is returning with their hand-knitted creations! Shop an assortment of vintage punk accessories and clothes from Red Hot Gal’s Boutique  and Colored Vintage! Fine art from Subnormal Child and The Darling Bower. Elements of Aura will be in attendance with metaphysical healing tools, and Honey Bees Bath Bombs is bringing homemade personal care products for your next TLC day!

Plant Swap: Bring your plants, cuttings and newly rooted babies with you to the Twilight Market and find some new plant friends to love! We’ll have plastic pots and soil available to safely transport your new family members back home.

Beekeeping Demo: Our beekeeper, Don Shump will be joining us during the Twilight Market to talk about those little workers that keep our food systems going strong. Stop by his table to learn more and see them in action!

Our 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.

Sign up to be a vendor or performer here.

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Twilight Markets

Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Workshops • Craft Vendors

Bring your friends and family and join us for the our festive evening market! We are keeping the farm and the farmstand open late for shopping and have invited some of our favorite friends to join us. Philadelphia Brewing Company and Rowhouse Spirits will be here and Chef Drew will be making seasonal treats. There will be live music from I Think Like Midnight (music starts at 6), and while you’re listening to the beat, there’s a whole host of local vendors ready to welcome you! Stop by Terra Luna Herbals, her supply is grown right here in Kensington! Bask in the smells of fresh-baked artisan breads made from locally sourced grain by Lost Bread Co. Who Dog Knits has an array of knitted creations, and this will also be the perfect opportunity to stock up on regionally sourced yarn from Hope Chest Studio! If you’re feeling in the mood to treat yourself to something nice, you can adorn yourself with unique, hand-painted jewelry from Murderous Jewels, and then stop by Beyond Beauty Bathery for all natural and locally sourced soaps and bath products. There’s even something special for your canine companion with Melmos Dog Treats! It’s going to be quite the night!

We’re having an Herbal Skin Care class with Terra Luna from 6-8. Make your own herbal face steam and body oil. Find out more and register here.

Sign up to be a vendor or performer here.

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Twilight Markets

Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Workshops • Craft Vendors

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! Philadelphia Brewing Company and Rowhouse Spirits will be here and our chef will be cooking seasonal treats. Different music, local food and drink, workshops, music and arts and craft vendors each month. The winners of ORCA’s Bloom Your Block contest will be announced at 6:00pm.

This month, there’s something for everyone! Come out and enjoy the tunes from Sistas Attune and Silk & Honey. See the latest in fashion and jewelry trends from Rachael Amber Design and Bee Vintage Redux.  Explore unique ways to display your plants with Knotted Up Macrame and learn about the ingredients used in all-natural soaps with the Dandy Lyon Soap Co. Marissa Evans Photography specializes in landscape & urban-focused images and will be photos inspired by the City of Brotherly Love. And for those with a sweet-tooth, you can try smores and desserts from Tuck-ins Foods.

The workshop is DIY Natural Skin Care with Barefoot Botanicals, they’re the herb farmers behind our certified organic Medicinal Herb Share!

Our Twilight Markets are on the third Thursday of each month from June through October. Customers are welcome to BYO.

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Twilight Market & Farm Share Kick-Off Party

Live Music • Local Food & Drink • Workshops • Craft Vendors

Kick off this summer’s Twilight Market series and learn all about the Greensgrow Farm Share! At this first Twilight Market of the year on May 31 from 5-8 PM, bring the kids, meet your neighbors and make new friends while enjoying local food and drink, live music and great shopping with local art and craft vendors.

Food and live music start at 6 PM. We have invited some of our favorite friends to join us! Philadelphia Brewing Company and Rowhouse Spirits will be here and our chef will be cooking seasonal treats. Brother Martin takes the stage from 6:00-6:45 PM, followed by Bosom Band from 7:00 – 8:00 PM.

Greensgrow Farm Share members will receive complimentary food and drink tickets. Find out about becoming a member here. We’ll be answering questions about our Farm Share and SNAP Share programs and will have staff on hand to sign you up on the spot! The season starts the following week.

Browse the offerings from vendors such as Lady Gray Tea (tea and related items), Catalyst Accessories (hand-made jewelry), Vellum St Soap Company (high-quality soaps made with food-grade ingredients), Rare Rabbit Productions (hand-made print illustrations of animals and alphabets), and Tuck-ins (inside-out smores on a stick). Future Twilight Markets at Greensgrow Farms happen June through October on the third Thursday of the month and are BYOBW (beer and wine). Each month will feature a different line-up of entertainment, food, drinks, and vendors, with educational workshops and demos to help you eat well and stay healthy.

Sign up to be a vendor or performer here.

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Subaru Arctic Blast at Greensgrow Farms

Monday–Friday • 2–8pm | Saturday & Sunday • 10am–5pm

Join us on the farm for 10 days of fun holiday activities and workshops. The event kicks off with our annual Customer Appreciation Happy Hour and holiday lighting on the farm on December 4. The farm will be stocked with fresh cut holiday trees, wreaths, greens and gifts and we are open till 8 during the week for holiday shoppers. For kids, we are offering free make and take activities! Don’t miss the Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar on the weekends for a great array of handmade gifts from local makers and crafters. Plus, live music, toy drive and ice sculpture!

Make & Take Activities for Kids: Mon–Fri • 6–8pm | Sat & Sun • 11am–3pm • Stop by the craft table in the heated tent to make a fun winter ornament you can bring home. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Appropriate for 12 and under.

Donate Toys!
This weekend during the Subaru Arctic Blast at Greensgrow Farms, we are partnering with a project called Instant RePlay to host collections of gently used toys and games. Instant RePlay works with Philadelphia family-support organizations to get donations directly into the hands of kids in need. More than 125,000 children in Philadelphia live in poverty, and simply toys and games provide a host of critical developmental and life skills. The Greensgrow collection will support kids and families affiliated with APM (Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha for Everyone). Types of toys that ARE accepted: gently used/new toys and games for 4-10 year olds; balls, baseball gloves, blocks, Legos/building materials, jump ropes, Frisbees, puzzles, board games, fake food/store items, musical instruments, action figures, toy cars, kids’ books. Types of toys that ARE NOT accepted; newborn/infant materials, anything requiring batteries, replacement parts, sports equipment (besides balls, baseball gloves) plush animals, broken toys, incomplete sets/puzzles/kits/games, play houses/castles activity books that have been written in, toy weapons.

Snowplay for Kids: Cancelled due to weather.

SABGF_WinterHoursCard_11.15_outlineScheduled Events

Dec 4 • 6:30–7pm • Kick-Off Holiday Lighting • Our 10 day event begins as we turn on the holiday lights on the farm with live music performances.

Dec 4 • 6–8pm • Customer Appreciation Happy Hour • Come make merry with Greensgrow as our way of thanking you for another successful year. Enjoy a nosh and a tipple and 20% off holiday, trees, greens and more. More.

Dec 4 • 6–8pm • Wreath Making Workshop • Learn to make beautiful holiday wreaths. Registration Required.

Dec 5 & 6 • 10am–4pm • Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar • Support local artists! Handmade gifts from some of the neighborhood’s most talented crafters and artists. More.

Dec 5 • 10am–2pm • Greensgrow Winter CSA Begins & Seasonal Farmstand. Find out more about the Winter CSA here.

Dec 5 & 6 • 11am–3pm • Hot Chocolate Bar. Warm up with a cup of cocoa and all the fixings when you visit the farm. Free, as long as supplies last.

Dec 7 • 6–8pm • Wreath Making Workshop • Learn to make beautiful holiday wreaths. Registration Required.

Dec 8 • 6–8pm • Vegan Holiday Cooking with Miss Rachel at the Greensgrow Community Kitchen • Registration Required.

Dec 8 • 6–8pm • Holiday Drinks Free Demo at Greensgrow Farms
Learn how to make limoncello, hot toddy and mulled cider. Free samples!

Dec 9 • 6–8pm • Live Jazz! EBE Austin Ensemble Gather for a cozy evening of live music in the greenhouse. The EBE Austin Ensemble will be playing holiday standards while you sit back with a warm drink, or browse our selection of holiday decor.

Dec 10 • 6–8pm • Knitting Circle. Come together to knit and crochet projects to donate to families who could use the extra warmth during this holiday season. Hot chocolate, cider and snacks will be provided. BYO Yarn and needles. Contact [email protected] for details.

Dec 11 • 6–8pm • Family Activity Night • Bring the family for a night of old-fashioned holiday crafting. Free craft stations with an array of projects to take home. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Appropriate for 12 and under.

Dec 12 & 13 • 10am–4pm • Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar • Support local artists! Handmade gifts from some of the neighborhood’s most talented crafters and artists. More.

Dec 12 & 13 • 11am–3pm • Hot Chocolate Bar. Warm up with a cup of cocoa and all the fixings when you visit the farm. Free, as long as supplies last.

Dec 13 • 11–2pm • Ice Carving Demonstration! Come watch a local artist, Kim Phuong, make a pig and a penguin with simple tools and a block of ice.

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