Local food market kicks off summer

May 26, 2013 by  

The Amber Farmers Market is getting summer started by providing customers with dairy, homemade goods, and other wholesome produce.

Just a short drive from Lansdale and, with the wide selection of fresh-from-the-farm foods, will draw quite the crowd. Local businesses working with poster printing services and other related print companies will have the perfect chance to get the word out about their products.

Amber Farmers Market offers a fun experience for children, and most vendors allow free samples for the young attendees and even bring some of the animals from the farm for them to pet.

Visitors can buy Amber Farmers Market T-shirts for just $12 and insulated shopping totes for $10. Alternatively, they can buy both the T-shirt and the insulated tote as a combo for $20.

Local vendors like Apple Tree Goat Dairy, Alice Bakery, Frecon Farms, Clay Brick Farms, and Davidson Exotics will be in attendance, ensuring that everyone can find something to suit their tastes. Whether they are looking for fresh apples, homemade loaves of bread, raw goats’ cheese, or enough beef to feed a family for a year, it can be found at Amber Farmers Market.

The opening day of Amber Farmers Market is June 1, starting at 9:00 am. Admission is free, so guests can come straight down to the corner of West butler Avenue and South Maple Street to fill their tote bags with the freshest food in town. It remains open until 1:00 pm, giving plenty of time to shop around.

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