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Doylestown Farmers’ Market welcomes spring


It must be spring. Doylestown’s popular farmers’ market will be back in operation beginning April 16 at 8 a.m. and running until 1 p.m. Located in the heart of the borough, on South Hamilton Street, between West Oakland Avenue and West State Street, the market offers an extensive array of producers-only fresh fruits and vegetables.

All vendors must either grow what they sell or make what they sell from local ingredients, according to the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance and its mission. The Alliance has operated the market since 2017, when it took over from the Buckingham Township Civic Association.

Beginning its 47th season, the Doylestown market is the oldest continually operating farmers’ market in Bucks County. In addition to the freshest foods, artisan breads, jams and hand-crafted soaps, visitors will find live music each week and other special events, including tastings, interactive workshops, programs for kids and other activities.

April’s offerings will feature ramps, carrots, spinach, pea and sunflower seeds, salad greens, green garlic and asparagus, and strawberries. Fair Trade and Certified Organic coffee, microbrew beer, mead, wine and kombucha, with farm-grown ingredients, are also available.