Evening Delight: Boyertown Market Continues Until September
BOYERTOWN PA – Eight more opportunities, including this Thursday, remain for area residents to browse and buy fresh produce (at top), meat, dairy, and kitchen supplies during the year’s series of the Boyertown Evening Market, located in the parking lot of the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles, 85 S. Walnut St.
The exciting and often surprising market (above) began in May. It’s currently scheduled to operate on the fifth Thursday of June (June 30); the first and third Thursdays of July and August (July 7 and 21, and Aug. 4 and 18); and the first, third, and fifth Thursdays of September (Sept. 1, 15 and 29), from 4-8 p.m. on each date.
The market (below), free to attend and open to the public, is conducted by Building a Better Boyertown. Among market sponsors are Ehst Custom Kitchens, Diamond Credit Union, Body-Borneman Insurance, and Carr Chiropractic.
Its regular list of vendors is comprised of Hinterhof Farm, Ringler Produce, The Bobbin and Treadle, Kaizen Farms, Peppermint Stick Candy Store, Hopewell Flower Farm, Hill Road Coffee Roasters, Tower Health, Will O’ the Wick Candles, Rosedell Farms, Lehigh Valley Peanut Butter and More, Barn Fresh Vintage Market, MJ’s Legacy Threads, and Maggpie Market.
Vendors may vary slightly from date to date, and one or more new vendors become available on the list for limited periods, so the market is always worth a renewed look. Other vendors who have set up shop at the market during recent weeks are Amazing Acres Goat Dairy, Fungified Farm, and the Smokehouse Food Truck.
In addition to vendors, activities and nutritional education opportunities will be featured on selected market dates.
If you’re a vendor looking for increased market exposure and sales, send an e-mail to Kim at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn about vendor opportunities. And if yours is a business interested in sponsorship opportunities, send an e-mail to email@example.com.
Building a Better Boyertown is a non-profit organization that seeks to preserve Boyertown’s artistic, historical, and agricultural heritage. It provides the Boyertown community with physical improvements, unique opportunities, and social interactions for businesses, residents, and visitors alike. Learn more about it online, here.
Photos provided by Building A Better Boyertown