Holiday Bazaar

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November 30 & December 1 • December 7 & 8 • 10am–4pm

Shop local, support local artists! Make a dent in your Christmas shopping at the Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar. This is a festive neighborhood favorite, get your tree or holiday greens and check out all of the cool wares our elves have made. We’ll have a range of fine art, crafts and gifts; jewelry, ceramics, wood working, accessories, green gifts, bath/body and more. There are different artists each day of the event.

The farm will be stocked with freshly cut PA grown Christmas trees, wreaths, evergreen swags, and more for your winter holiday décor. Our trees range in size from tabletop to tall. We have great gift items, winter flowering plants and ornaments.

Special Offer!
Spend $20 with a Holiday Bazaar vendor and receive 10% off your Christmas tree!
Must be used same day • $20 minimum must be spent with a single vendor.

Food & Drink
Evil Genius Brewing Company will be serving pints of their seasonal favorites plus bottles to take home for your holiday fun.

Entertainment
November 30 • 11am Kensington Creative & Performing Arts High School Drumline
December 1 • 10am–1pm • Sarah King and the Smoke Rings
December 7 • 10am • Hackett Elementary School Chorus
December 8 •

Vendors
Abraham Candles CoAh Ha BrandsAmazing EssenceBirdwatchers Studio • Bob Engel • Brendan’s Rustic HandcraftsCooking AlchemyFifth of a Farm CreationsFood & FermentsFox & FelineHolidays LaneLiz & LeoLynette Rodriguez/Light Bird Crafts • Nora’s Knits • Norris House GoodsOld Blood Jewelry & Wears • OnlyInTheForestProject HOMERestorative AromaticsSilverwood BotanicalSkull33Spoiled Muttz • Terralyn Naturally • Thankful Sage Farm SchoolThe Plant Bar

Vendor Application: Application & info
We are still accepting vendors!

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Holiday Bazaar

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November 30 & December 1 • December 7 & 8 • 10am–4pm

Shop local, support local artists! Make a dent in your Christmas shopping at the Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar. This is a festive neighborhood favorite, get your tree or holiday greens and check out all of the cool wares our elves have made. We’ll have a range of fine art, crafts and gifts; jewelry, ceramics, wood working, accessories, green gifts, bath/body and more. There are different artists each day of the event.

The farm will be stocked with freshly cut PA grown Christmas trees, wreaths, evergreen swags, and more for your winter holiday décor. Our trees range in size from tabletop to tall. We have great gift items, winter flowering plants and ornaments.

Special Offer!
Spend $20 with a Holiday Bazaar vendor and receive 10% off your Christmas tree!
Must be used same day • $20 minimum must be spent with a single vendor.

Food & Drink
Evil Genius Brewing Company will be serving pints of their seasonal favorites plus bottles to take home for your holiday fun.

Entertainment
November 30 • 11am Kensington Creative & Performing Arts High School Drumline
December 1 • 10am–1pm • Sarah King and the Smoke Rings
December 7 • 10am • Hackett Elementary School Chorus
December 8 •

Vendors
Abraham Candles CoAh Ha BrandsAmazing EssenceBirdwatchers Studio • Bob Engel • Brendan’s Rustic HandcraftsCooking AlchemyFifth of a Farm CreationsFood & FermentsFox & FelineHolidays LaneLiz & LeoLynette Rodriguez/Light Bird Crafts • Nora’s Knits • Norris House GoodsOld Blood Jewelry & Wears • OnlyInTheForestProject HOMERestorative AromaticsSilverwood BotanicalSkull33Spoiled Muttz • Terralyn Naturally • Thankful Sage Farm SchoolThe Plant Bar

Vendor Application: Application & info
We are still accepting vendors!

penn treaty ssd logo
OUR SPONSOR

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Holiday Bazaar

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November 30 & December 1 • December 7 & 8 • 10am–4pm

Shop local, support local artists! Make a dent in your Christmas shopping at the Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar. This is a festive neighborhood favorite, get your tree or holiday greens and check out all of the cool wares our elves have made. We’ll have a range of fine art, crafts and gifts; jewelry, ceramics, wood working, accessories, green gifts, bath/body and more. There are different artists each day of the event.

The farm will be stocked with freshly cut PA grown Christmas trees, wreaths, evergreen swags, and more for your winter holiday décor. Our trees range in size from tabletop to tall. We have great gift items, winter flowering plants and ornaments.

Special Offer!
Spend $20 with a Holiday Bazaar vendor and receive 10% off your Christmas tree!
Must be used same day • $20 minimum must be spent with a single vendor.

Food & Drink
Evil Genius Brewing Company will be serving pints of their seasonal favorites plus bottles to take home for your holiday fun.

Entertainment
November 30 • 11am Kensington Creative & Performing Arts High School Drumline
December 1 • 10am–1pm • Sarah King and the Smoke Rings
December 7 • 10am • Hackett Elementary School Chorus
December 8 •

Vendors
Abraham Candles CoAh Ha BrandsAmazing EssenceBirdwatchers Studio • Bob Engel • Brendan’s Rustic HandcraftsCooking AlchemyFifth of a Farm CreationsFood & FermentsFox & FelineHolidays LaneLiz & LeoLynette Rodriguez/Light Bird Crafts • Nora’s Knits • Norris House GoodsOld Blood Jewelry & Wears • OnlyInTheForestProject HOMERestorative AromaticsSilverwood BotanicalSkull33Spoiled Muttz • Terralyn Naturally • Thankful Sage Farm SchoolThe Plant Bar

Vendor Application: Application & info
We are still accepting vendors!

penn treaty ssd logo
OUR SPONSOR

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Holiday Bazaar

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IMG_7794
November 30 & December 1 • December 7 & 8 • 10am–4pm

Shop local, support local artists! Make a dent in your Christmas shopping at the Greensgrow Holiday Bazaar. This is a festive neighborhood favorite, get your tree or holiday greens and check out all of the cool wares our elves have made. We’ll have a range of fine art, crafts and gifts; jewelry, ceramics, wood working, accessories, green gifts, bath/body and more. There are different artists each day of the event.

The farm will be stocked with freshly cut PA grown Christmas trees, wreaths, evergreen swags, and more for your winter holiday décor. Our trees range in size from tabletop to tall. We have great gift items, winter flowering plants and ornaments.

Special Offer!
Spend $20 with a Holiday Bazaar vendor and receive 10% off your Christmas tree!
Must be used same day • $20 minimum must be spent with a single vendor.

Food & Drink
Evil Genius Brewing Company will be serving pints of their seasonal favorites plus bottles to take home for your holiday fun.

Entertainment
November 30 • 11am Kensington Creative & Performing Arts High School Drumline
December 1 • 10am–1pm • Sarah King and the Smoke Rings
December 7 • 10am • Hackett Elementary School Chorus
December 8 •

Vendors
Abraham Candles CoAh Ha BrandsAmazing EssenceBirdwatchers Studio • Bob Engel • Brendan’s Rustic HandcraftsCooking AlchemyFifth of a Farm CreationsFood & FermentsFox & FelineHolidays LaneLiz & LeoLynette Rodriguez/Light Bird Crafts • Nora’s Knits • Norris House GoodsOld Blood Jewelry & Wears • OnlyInTheForestProject HOMERestorative AromaticsSilverwood BotanicalSkull33Spoiled Muttz • Terralyn Naturally • Thankful Sage Farm SchoolThe Plant Bar

Vendor Application: Application & info
We are still accepting vendors!

penn treaty ssd logo
OUR SPONSOR

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Farm Dinner

Hosted by Greensgrow & Philly Foodworks

A benefit for our SNAP Share Program, making a healthy local farm share accessible to everyone.

The last of our Farm Dinner benefit series of 2019 in partnership with Philly Foodworks. Join us for an evening to celebrate the local food system during the amazing Pennsylvania harvest season. On October 19th, we are honored to be joined by Chef Ari Miller, owner of the much acclaimed restaurant Musi, featuring a farm-to-table menu inspired by local produce, and coal fire cooking accompanied by Farm at Doe Run cheeses.

Miller was named best chef in Philadelphia Magazine’s “Best of Philly 2019.” Since opening in February, Musi has been included on Eater’s “16 Best New Restaurants in America,” Philadelphia Magazine’s “50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia,” and on Eater Philly’s “The 38 Essential Philadelphia Restaurants.”

Chef Ari Miller, Farm at Doe Run cheese maker Sam Kennedy, and brewer Matt McDermott will speak about their process and the importance of local food. Dinner will be accompanied by live music from guitarist James Melton. After Midnight Brewing Company will share samples of their experimental beers throughout the night.

Support accessible local food and meet people in your community that believe that nurtured landscapes and good food connects us all.

Greensgrow Farms | 2501 E. Cumberland Street
Doors & appetizers at 6pm | Dinner at 7pm



MENU
reception
Farm at Doe Run Cheeses
Old Red, Blow Horn, Dragonfly

first course
Grilled endive Salad
with fennel, apple & pumpkin seeds

lettuce soup
Greensgrow Farms lettuces

second course
pumpkin smoked polenta
Corn meal polenta with Farm at Doe Run St. Malachi, smoked in a pumpkin

third course
mushrooms & collard
greens

fourth course
blueberry glazed eye round
Honey Brook Harvest Collective eye round roast with coal roasted roots

dessert
Chestnut blondies
with choke cherries


Ari Miller’s culinary roots began during a decade spent living in Tel Aviv following a year as food writer for The Jerusalem Post. He transitioned into the professional kitchen by way of a tiny, deli connected to The Basta and moved to the kitchen at The Minzar, Tel Aviv’s legendary 24-hour bar. Back in Philadelphia, Ari worked for chefs Michael Solomonov and Eli Kulp, before starting the private dining service, Food Underground.

Musi is named for Ari’s legendary fishmonger in Tel Aviv’s Carmel Market. Serving “relationship cuisine,” the food at Musi is an expression of the relationships a chef has with their farmers, mongers, butchers, and foragers.


The Farm at Doe Run is based on the philosophy of simple sustainable farming and takes great pride in products that reflect the bounty of the seasons. The award winning creamery team is lead by two talented cheesemakers, Samuel Kennedy and Matthew Hettlinger. The Creamery is committed to creating high quality, pasture raised, farmstead cheeses.


James Melton is a Philadelphia-based guitarist, performer and educator. His performances contain a tasteful mix of jazz, pop and contemporary improvisational music.


After Midnight Brewing Co. crafts magical renditions of old-world styles using local ingredients and wild foraged yeasts, brewing with hop-forward experimental ales and lagers.


Philly Foodworks makes buying, eating, and sharing fresh food as enjoyable and fulfilling as possible. They work with a diverse group of producers and distributors to navigate the challenges faced by producing outside of the mainstream commodity food system. They feel that food is how people connect to themselves, the land, and their community. By engaging with food more consciously, we can build a world that nurtures these connections.


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PLEASE NOTE: Cancellations within 72 hours of event are nonrefundable or transferable. Refunds and transfers requested earlier than 72 hours before the event start time will be charged a $5.00 processing fee per ticket.


On Saturday, October 19 – tickets will be on sale at the door.

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Fire Cider Workshop

Registration Required. Fire Cider is a tonic that is traditionally made in the fall season, most notably used as a cold & flu preventative. It’s an old folk medicine, a digestive tonic, aiding in proper digestion and to promote circulation. This vinegar based infusion gets its name from it’s wild combination of ingredients that includes ginger, horseradish, jalapenos balanced with lemons, rosemary, turmeric and honey. This is a great time of year to gather the spicy roots, fruit and hardy herbs for this preparation so you can use them throughout the winter and spring. Makes a great gift too!

Everyone will get hands-on preparing the ingredients while our instructor, Nichole Gerding will discuss the simplicity and benefits of vinegar infusions and variations for your herbal medicine cabinet. You’ll make a quart of fire cider to take home along with the recipe. Please bring a quart jar if you have an extra at home!

Nichole’s background is in Early American Domestic skills. For most of her life, it has been Nichole’s goal to integrate the past into the present and educate the public on these skills. This lead to the creation of her business, Thankful Sage Farm School. For the past 7 years, Nichole has used her business to manufacture organic small batch soaps, heritage candles, and beeswax products using simple and time tested methods. You can find out more about Thankful Sage Farm School here.”

PLEASE NOTE: Cancellations within 72 hours of the start of class are nonrefundable or transferable. Workshop refunds and transfers requested earlier than 72 hours before the class start time will be charged a $5.00 processing fee.

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Twilight Market

Farmstand • Local Food & Drink • Craft Vendors • 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. This month we feature a performance by Simpatico Theatre and live music with Brackish. Come hungry- Slurpphilly, Eclectik Domestic Burger Pop-Up, Purposeful Pops and Evil Genius Beer Company will be here. We’re highlighting Philly’s talented artisans, craftspeople, and purveyors of handmade goods; Madcrumbs, Thankful Sage Farm School, Melmos Dog Treats, Vessna Scheff, Stellar Design Shop, Riot Alliance, and Ah Ha Brands.

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.

Entertainment

Simpatico Theater: Center City’s Simpatico Theatre will entertain you with a series of sketches skewering pop culture. From the folks at Botnik Studios and the best and worst corners of the internet, Philly’s funniest actors will make you laugh ‘til you cry, as we gear up to Welcome Our Robot Overlords.

Food & Drink

Slurpphilly will be slinging fresh ramen, Korean fried chicken, Korean BBQ tacos.
Evil Genius Beer Company serving their beer made right over on Front Street.
Eclectik Domestic Burger Pop-Up; local ingredients delish mushroom burgers, 100% grass-fed beef burgers.
Purposeful Pops Artisan popsicles made with local ingredients for local good. Our mission is to do things with a purpose. Especially to provide job creation and workforce development to help those transitioning from homelessness.

Handmade Goods

Ah Ha Brands celebrates moments of discovery and laughter with beautiful, useful, and clever products that feature art, humor, wordplay, and curiosities.
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.
Melmos Dog Treats provides an all natural dog treat in fun shapes and flavors!
Riot Alliance Handmade jewelry with semi-precious raw crystals and high quality gold and sterling silver materials. 10% of proceeds benefit a different quarterly social justice partner in Philadelphia.
Stellar Design Shop upcycled garments and accessories.
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.
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.

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Farm Dinner at Greensgrow West

Hosted by Greensgrow & Philly Foodworks

A benefit for our SNAP Share Program, making a healthy local farm share accessible to everyone.

Greensgrow will host four Farm Dinners throughout 2019 in partnership with Philly Foodworks to benefit our SNAP Share program because we believe that nutritious, local food should be accessible to everyone. Join us for an evening to celebrate the local food system during the delightfully delicious shoulder season – this time at Greensgrow West! On September 28th Chef Katie Briggs, owner of Eclectik Domestic and 2016 James Beard Women in Culinary Leadership recipient, will present a farm-to-table menu sourced from Weaver’s Orchard and from Greensgrow Farms. We’re honored to have Ed Weaver, President of Weaver’s Orchards joining us to talk about his family’s Berks County farm! Beverages provided by Hale & True Cider Co. The evening will feature a four course meal and live music by singer-songwriter Lia Menaker. BYO is encouraged!

Support accessible local food and meet people in your community that believe that nurtured landscapes and good food connects us all.

Greensgrow West | 5123 Baltimore Avenue
Doors & appetizers at 6pm | Dinner at 7pm | Rain or Shine

MENU

Cocktail Hour
Crudite with Country Pate, Pickles & Bread
Gazpacho Shooter with Stonefruit

First Course

Green Salad | Creamy Herb Dressing & Blistered Stone Fruit
Marinated Tomato & Cucumber Panzanella

Second Course

West Philly Mixed Grill: Roasted Peppers, Zucchini & Fennel
Grilled Sausages, Brisket & Pulled Pork with Chimichurri
Warm Rye Berries with Wild Mushrooms, Farm Herbs, Parmesan & Lemon

Third Course

Panna Cotta with Shiso & Peaches

Fourth Course
Katie’s After Dinner Cheese Board
Local Chocolates
Stonefruit Pate


Philly Foodworks makes buying, eating, and sharing fresh food as enjoyable and fulfilling as possible. They work with a diverse group of producers and distributors to navigate the challenges faced by producing outside of the mainstream commodity food system. They feel that food is how people connect to themselves, the land, and their community. By engaging with food more consciously, we can build a world that nurtures these connections.


Katie Briggs is a chef and activist based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. A 2016 James Beard Women in Culinary Leadership recipient, Katie has traveled far and wide offering up her culinary talents. Her resume boasts whole-animal butchering, hosting culinary events and pop-ups from California to Maine, (as well as abroad in France and Germany) and several years touring with the acclaimed culinary circus Outstanding in the Field to nearly all 50 states. Katie is passionate about local and seasonal food and works extensively with the farming community. She looks forward to serving you!


Weaver’s Orchard began with Jacob and Lizzie Weaver growing fruit in Delaware. Their son Daniel purchased the current Berks Co property in 1931. He planted fruit trees, berries and vegetables and marketed the produce by the truckload on street corners in Reading, PA. Soon he started selling at the farm and set Weaver’s Orchard on the path to becoming a community destination. 

Today, the Weaver’s welcome people to visit and enjoy pick your own fruit, a farm market, attend parties and events, educational opportunities and family-friendly experiences on the farm. Their vision continues to expand, with hopes of a new market some day that will an expanded garden center, bakery and more events like farm to table dinners.


Lia Menaker is a Philadelphia-based singer songwriter infusing edgy poetry and a theatrical flair into a musical blend of pop, rock, and soul. Her vocals, songwriting, and unique use of live vocal looping have caught the eyes of critics, who have called her an “undiscovered star” with a “soulful, haunting” voice. Menaker has performed at SXSW, has toured in 50+ cities around the country, and performs regularly in the Philadelphia music scene. She plans to release a new EP in 2019.


Hale & True Cider is made by fermenting fresh Pennsylvania apple juice, straight from the orchard. They thoughtfully incorporate ingredients like hops and fruit to create session ciders that are balanced and complex. Hale & True was named Best of Philly: Best Cidery and 50 Best Bars in Philadelphia Magazine. Their taproom located at 613 S. 7th Street serves a lineup of craft hard cider made on-site from Pennsylvania apples, as well as other local ciders, beer, wine and spirits.


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PLEASE NOTE: Cancellations within 72 hours of event are nonrefundable or transferable. Refunds and transfers requested earlier than 72 hours before the event start time will be charged a $5.00 processing fee per ticket.

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Beekeeping 101

Registration required. Whether you are an experienced beekeeper, a new beekeeper, or in the thinking stage of starting a backyard hive, this workshop will take you through the ins and outs of managing honey bees. Don Shump, owner of the Philadelphia Bee Company and Greensgrow’s own beekeeper, will share his years of experience as an urban apiarist in Philadelphia and walk you through what to expect during a beekeeper’s typical first year. Don will also talk about local resources available to help you succeed. Plenty of time will be allotted for discussion; please be prepared to ask questions. The class will touch base on Bee Biology, Bee Behavior, Hive Management, Swarming, Equipment and Bee Products.

As we become increasingly aware of where our food is coming from, climate change, and honey bee loses more and more people are taking up beekeeping to make their own honey, have pollinators for their gardens, and to offset die offs of honey bee populations in recent years. Find out what the buzz is all about!

PLEASE NOTE: Cancellations within 72 hours of the start of class are nonrefundable or transferable. Workshop refunds and transfers requested earlier than 72 hours before the class start time will be charged a $5.00 processing fee.

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Twilight Market

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

Bring your friends and family and join us for our festive evening markets! We are keeping the farm open late and have invited some of our favorite friends to join us at our little green oasis. The farmstand has organically grown produce grown right here in our high tunnels. Browse the garden center and greenhouse and say hi to Milkshake the pig and his friends.

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 Slurpphilly, Chef Katie Briggs Burger Pop-Up, Purposeful Pops, and Evil Genius Beer Company.

Come ready to shop the farmstand and a slew of talented purveyors of handmade goods; Aha Brands, Arekusn, Cat Horn Accessory, f e a s t, Jah Flor, Madcrumbs, Melmos Dog Treats, Mello Infusions, Stellar Design Shop, Thankful Sage Farm School, Terra Luna, The Darling Bower, the kitchen garden series, Vessna Scheff and 12th Glow.

Women in Horticulture
Adding Fall & Winter Interest to Your Garden

6:00-6:45pm • FREE
Gardening can extend beyond 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 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 and focus on plants that also provide pollen and food for wildlife. We’ll discuss best site conditions and how to create beautiful plant combinations.

Lucy Dinsmore is the Azalea Meadow Horticulturist at the Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania. She’s 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.

Entertainment

6:00 • Vessna Scheff powerful vocals and haunting plucks of the ukulele.
7:00 • Silk & Honey is an acoustic duo that re-imagines songs through a pop-folk lens.

Food & Drink

Evil Genius Beer Company serving their beer made right over on Front Street.

Chef Katie Briggs Burger Pop Up, 100% local grass-fed beef burgers, and vegetarian burgers.

Slurpphilly: Fresh Ramen Noodle Bowls, Korean Fried Chicken, Korean BBQ Tacos.

Purposeful Pops: Artisan popsicles made with local ingredients for local good. Especially to provide job creation and workforce development to help those transitioning from homelessness.

Handmade Goods

Aha Brands illustrated products that feature art, humor, wordplay, and curiosities.

Arekusn, original postcards and prints.

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.

f e a s t, Fishtown jewelry maker that handcrafts organic materials and brass, inspired by both natural and industrial sensibilities.

Jah Flor, cut dahlia stems.

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.

Melmos Dog Treats provides an all natural dog treat in fun shapes and flavors!

Mello Infusions high quality herbal blends for your next steep, soak, or smoke.

Stellar Design Shop upcycled garments and accessories.

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.

Terra Luna, is dedicated to providing small-batch, whole body herbal products handmade in Northeast Philadelphia. Handmade apothecary products often made with ingredients grown in my own garden.

The Darling Bower, botanical watercolor artist making tea towels, gift wrap, wall art, and greeting cards.

the kitchen garden series, handmade kitchen textiles made from linen and reclaimed and vintage materials.

Vessna Scheff, original abstract and portrait watercolors focusing on the natural textures of water and wood.

12th Glow hand poured candles made from materials sourced from women owned, U.S. based businesses. Coconut and soy blend wax, cotton wicks, and phthalate free fragrances.


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.

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