Event/Demo: Food in Jars canning demo w/ blogger and author Marisa McClellan
Podcasts featuring PHOEBE CANAKIS, Food Writer & Podcast Producer, and our VENDORS:
Eat your heart out food lovers. Flavorful, fresh, local food appeal is what Phoebe is serving up. She’s savoring the journey of food from field to fork, crafting sweet and savory whole foods and collecting stories along the way! Find inspiration in her blog, the 2 Weird Hungry Girls™podcast, and Pure Food for Thought™ show.
9/8 – Farm Living – featuring Jodi Gauker of Gauker Farms.
8/8 – Natural Skin Care – Jordan Scroble, of Grow Your Own Freedom, talks wellness, skin and body care.
HOT OFF THE PRESS!
9/1/2016 – Lee Pace of the Antietam Valley Community Partnership and Joe Boyle of the festival talk about the master plan for Carsonia Park and the craft beer festival coming up on October 15.
>> Click to view the BCTV segment
6/6/2015 – READING EAGLE EDITORIAL
Volunteers making a big difference in
5/27/2015 – BERKS COUNTRY
Our Antietam Valley Farmers & Artist’s Market – May 27th cover story. Thanks to our friends & neighbors for making it possible!
NOTE: NO PARKING IS ALLOWED ALONG BYRAM STREET ON THE PARK SIDE !
SUMMER MARKET VENDORS
Conebella Farm Cheese
The Cottage Kitchen
The Daily Loaf
Goose Lane Egg Farm
Grow Your Own Freedom
Kay Bryant Design
Kim’s Bakery/Allegheny Valley Dairy
Klingers on Carsonia
The Loving Spoonful
Old Homestead Farm
Sheila’s Crunchy Delight
Skyline Drive Orchards
So Good!! Homemade Soups & Salads
Stoudts Wonderful Good Bread & Cheese
Sweet Salvation Truffles
Toland Farm Wholesome Foods
A La Maltaise
Eco-friendly Cleaning by Sabrina
Hope Hill Lavender Farm
Mountain Girl & Company
CALLING ALL VENDORS:
Interested in being a market vendor?
SUMMER MARKET DATES
Join us for the summer Farmer’s Market; Saturdays May 21 through October 1
SUMMER MARKET CALENDAR
SUMMER MARKET PHOTOS
2016 WINTER MARKET
The AVFAM Winter Market will be held the first and third Saturdays, November through April, 9am – 12 noon inside the Rec Center.
Interested in being a winter vendor? For info and an application: