BOYERTOWN PA – The Boyertown Farmers Market returns for a third season, hosted by the Building A Better Boyertown organization, on the first and third Thursdays of the month beginning June 1 (2023) and continuing through Sept. 21. It will be found in the parking lot of the Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles, located just off South Reading Avenue.
Small local growers, producers, and artisans are among vendors featured as sources for visitors to find and buy some of their groceries and household goods from neighborhood small businesses. The market will incorporate shopping fun, too, with a programmed variety of live music, themed markets and raffles, food trucks and catering, and regular additions of new artisans.
Planned events include last year’s most popular evening, the Dog Days Market, which welcomes dog parents to bring their pooch for a costume contest, raffle baskets sponsored by Zimmers Pets, and give-aways. Guests will want to visit each scheduled market, in part because they will vary slightly, including new and returning vendors and themes.
“Our favorite part of the evening farmers market is the community,” says Assistant Manager Kim Evans. “Shoppers come by, not only to purchase products from their favored vendors, but also to meet up with their friends, enjoy the evening, and have a bite to eat. The children all know each other and play together when they meet up on market night.”
For more event information, including participating vendors, food trucks, theme and weather updates, check the market website. For vendor registration, inquires, or sponsorship opportunities, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Boyertown Farmers Market maintains pages on on Facebook and Instagram.
Building a Better Boyertown is a non-profit organization that seeks to preserve Boyertown’s artistic, historical, and agricultural heritage.
Photo provided by Building A Better Boyertown