Market Extended into Spring - Continues until May 4

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About Us

Our Market

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This market was created to  fill the needs of our customers during the winter months. Saturday is a day for shopping! And with lots more FREE PARKING - this is a great place for a market!

Our Community

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The Vendors have plenty of product for the winter including Organic Produce in State College, Certified Grass Fed Beef, Kombucha, organic fed chicken, hats, gloves and scarves made from locally grown alpacas. & organic skin care products, the best assortment of fish in the area and more!

Our Policy

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To provide our customers with the best products at all times. We believe in local products - made and grown by locals and sold  to locals at our Farmers Market.

Featured Vendors

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Captain Dan Wild Alaskan Salmon

Captain Dan travels to Alaska for part of the year to catch wild salmon which he blast freezes for sale in Pennsylvania all year round. The Captain sells Wild Alaska Salmon, Rockfish, Ling Cod and smokes some of his Salmon catch to produce everyones favorite - Smoked Salmon! 

100% Certified Grass Fed Angus Beef

Valley Grass Fed

We take the extra time to grow tasty beef. Grassfed...start to finish. Beef...the way it's meant to be.

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Nittany Valley Organics

Organic, Chemical-FREE skin care Products. Shampoo, soap, facial cleansers, sunscreen, aromatherapy sprays and more! Soy Candles that prduce minimal soot and smoke with large scent throw.

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More Vendor Information

Lyn Garling, Over The Moon Farm, recipe for Ham Hock Soup

Hearty Rootin’ Tootin’ Ham Hock ‘n Bean Soup (pdf)

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Farmers Market @ Natures Pantry

2331 Commercial Boulevard, State College, PA 16801

814-883-0056

Hours

Saturday: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

through May 4, 2019