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Slippery Rock Community Farmers' Market

Contact Info

Name: Erika Seth: Market Coordinator
Email:
Phone: (724) 561-2825
111 Stoughton Beach

Description

Each week, the Slippery Rock Community Farmers’ Market is held in a relaxed setting along the Slippery Rock Creek in beautiful Rock Falls Park. We offer live local music, guest speakers, kids activities, yoga, and the freshest, healthiest food around.


The Mission of the Market is to promote and support local agriculture and farming
families and to enhance the cultural experience of the Slippery Rock Community
while increasing consumer appreciation for high-quality local farm and homemade
products.

We encourage our patrons to get to know our growers and to ask them about the
agricultural process that brought the food from farm to market. Feel free to ask
your growers where their farm is, how long they have been a producer, what farming
practices they use and how they comply with state and Market policies.

Our vendors have a variety of products ranging from organic to sustainable apples,
strawberries, red and golden raspberries, blackberries, gooseberries, elderberries,
blueberries, lettuces, beets, carrots, corn, heirloom tomatoes, kale, summer and fall
squashes, rutabagas, cucumbers, zucchini, red, white, purple and Yukon potatoes,
fresh and dried herbs, beans, lima beans, eggplant, parsnips, bell, hot and sweet
peppers, braising greens, red and white onions, okra, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower,
sugar snap peas, snow peas, scallions, garlic and garlic braids.

We also carry great local meats, eggs, honey, fresh cut flowers, fresh baked goods,
bread, pies, cakes, cookies, rolls, pickled and canned goods, homemade soaps,
lotions, and salves, fair trade coffee, tea and chocolates, handmade jewelry and
paper crafts, pasta, noodles, sauces & homemade hula hoops from The Hoop Bear.

Vendor Fees
$5 per week
$90 for 2012 Season

Market Hours
9am-12pm
Every Saturday
(May – October)

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