Local Farmers Markets

Posted by Michele Frank on 11/03, 2010 at 01:33 PM

Local Farmers Markets

Farmers Market. Photo Credit Emily Wiley.

People are always looking for the next big thing. Whether it’s wearing the latest fashion or securing a reservation at a chic new restaurant, we want to be the first to embrace new trends. However sometimes we focus too much on what others are doing that we forget what is in our backyards, literally.

This series of listings focuses on businesses in the State College area that sell and use local baked goods, produce, and meats. First up: Farmers Markets.

Downtown State College Farmers Market (more)
Locust Lane, State College
Tuesdays and Fridays from 11:30am - 5:30pm from late May to mid-November

North Atherton Farmers Market (more)
Home Depot parking lot
2615 Greentech Drive, State College
Saturdays from 10am - 2pm from June through November 20

Bellefonte Farmers Market
Centre County Courthouse, Bellefonte
Wednesdays and Saturdays from 7am - 12pm year round

Boalsburg Farmers Market
Pennsylvania Military Museum parking lot, Boalsburg
Tuesdays from 3pm - 7pm from June through October

Millheim Farmers Market
162 W. Main Street, Millheim
Saturdays from 9am - 1pm through mid-October

Old Gregg School Farmers Market
The Old Gregg School Community and Recreation Center
106 School Street, Spring Mills
Saturdays from 10am - 1pm from October through May

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{name} Author: Michele Frank

Bio: Michele is a senior at Penn State majoring in print journalism. She loves to cook for her friends and family, and wishes to make a career out of her hobby. She spent last summer working for Gulfshore Life Magazine in Naples, Fla.


Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
11/03 at 09:00 PM
State college

Thanks for aggregating this info.  Just FYI, the Boalsburg market goes all winter from inside the fire hall!

Posted by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
11/22 at 09:59 PM

The producer-only farmers market in Bellefonte is in the Gamble Mill parking lot, the same time on Saturday mornings.  The people at the Courthouse are allowed to resell produce, with no restrictions on where it came from.  The Mill market is over for the season, but those interested in supporting truly local food grown by those selling it should check back in early May.

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