Wednesday, Nov. 27 is the last weekly market of the season at the Oakmont Farmers Market.
The market is open from 2 to 5:30 p.m. in the Grace Chapel Parking Lot, 1 W. Eagle Road in Havertown.
The farmers market has provided a list of vendors that will be at the market this week and what they will be offering shoppers.AMAZING ACRES
Will and Lynne will return to the market this week with their wonderful variety of fresh and fresh-aged goat cheeses. Email email@example.com with any special requests.
This week Peg will be bringing cabbage, maybe broccoli and kale,Romanesco, cauliflower, Yukon gold, and sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, red, green and hot peppers,turnips, red beets, leeks, winter squash, lettuce mix, tomatoes, carrots, herbs and as always, she'll have dog treats too!
Bob will return to the market this Wednesday with his gourmet bake-at-home pizzas. We will see him biweekly through the season. If you have any special requests for whole wheat, gluten free or other favorite crusts or toppings, please email Bob at firstname.lastname@example.org with your request.
Pam will be at the market this week with Conebella's wonderful array of Cheddar and Colby based cheeses, and cheese spreads.
Liz will be at the market this week with Eclat's decadent chocolates.
Call: 610-692-5206 or e-mail: email@example.com to place any special orders.FRUITWOOD ORCHARDS HONEY FARM
This week Miles will be bringing cauliflower, broccoli, beets, acorn and butternut squash, onions, cabbage, sweet potatoes, leeks, Brussels sprouts, okra, potatoes, apples including Pink Lady and Granny Smith He will have Bartlett and Asian pears, pumpkins and apple cider. Of course, he will have Fruitwood's local honey, honey spreads, bee pollen, and apple butter.GOLDEN VALLEY FARMS
Golden Valley will be at the market this week with an array of organic, shade grown, bird-friendly, and Fair Trade coffees and teas. To pre-order a coffee or if you have a special request for a grind setting, please call 610-719-0232 or email: firstname.lastname@example.orgIRONSTONE CREAMERY
Kim will return to the market this week with her artisanal Greek yogurt and yogurt smoothies, as well as her cultured butter from grass fed cows.
It's time to pick up your Thanksgiving turkey! Axel and his family raise them as naturally as possible, outdoors, plenty of grass, local feed, whole wheat and lots of sunshine. You can order online or come to the market and ask questions and pick up lots of other wonderful farm fresh products. This week he is bringing plenty of fresh eggs, fresh chicken, fresh turkey and lots of pork, lamb, duck and beef items.
This week Marie will be bringing pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread and pumpkin scones along with a variety of pies, quiches, cookies and other sweets including Nutella Rice Krispy treats. To reserve baked goods, leave a message @ 610-659-7954 or email email@example.com . For holiday orders, Marie will be bringing order forms to the market.
Thanksgiving special! Want some healthy treats for your feast...or do you need a cool hostess gift? Pre-order 10 OR 20 pound bags of apples and Asian pears for pickup this Wednesday. We're also offering 20lb. MIXED bags of Asian pears and apples, so you don't have to decide on varieties! The weather may turn out to be a bit wet on Wednesday. Pre-order now and you'll be able to zip in and out without spending lots of time picking from the bins. Please order no later than Tuesday evening, so we can package your orders on Wednesday before we come to market. See you soon!
Paradocx will be at the market this week with Paradocx's locally crafted wines, and famous Paint Cans! Remember to bring your empty cans for a $2 credit toward your purchase this week.
Time to get your seasonal scents, so this week Margaret will bring fall fragrances of apples, pumpkins and leaves to name a few!All of her candles are made with 100% soy wax, are hand poured, and beautifully scented.
TASTE ARTISANAL MARKET
Ari will return to the market this week with a selection of gourmet spreads and cheese accompaniments.VERA PASTA
Joe will be bringing mozzarella and tomato varieties of Roman style pizza . He will also have an assortment of his fresh pastas, including wild mushroom and sage ravioli, fall squash ravioli and goat cheese, pepperonata and chive ravioli, two kinds of lasagna, plus gnocchi, and regional sauces this week. Stop by to pick up a pound (or five!). To see a complete list of Vera's pastas and sauces, visit: www.verapasta.com