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Germantown & School House Farmers Market
shopping,grocery, farm stand/farmers market
The Food Trust is opening a new farmers market for the 2018 season in collaboration with Germantown United CDC and Weavers Way. Located at Market Square Park, a previously underutilized neighborhood park and public space, this market features cooking demonstrations by The Food Trust; vendors; and community resources, music and entertainment by Germantown United CDC. In addition to the weekly vendors below, there will be guest appearances throughout the season by the many historic gardens and urban farms of Germantown. The market will be open to the public beginning Thursday, June 14 through October every Thursday, 3-7 p.m., at Germantown Avenue and East School House Lane.
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- Fresh produce, Amish baked goods, jams, jellies and preserves from Zookie’s Produce
- Cooking demos by The Food Trust nutrition educators
- Smoked meats & fish from Ashbell’s Smokehouse Deli
- Baked bread, nuts, dried food, coffee and other dry packaged food from Weavers Way Co-op
- Community resources, music, arts & entertainment sponsored by Germantown United CDC

Germantown Avenue and School House Lane
Philadelphia PA 19144
Hours
Thu: 3PM - 7PM
Insider Tips
  • Check out The Food Trust's cooking demonstrations at farmers market, every Thursday through August 30!
  • The farmers market accepts: Cash, SNAP/ACCESS cards, Philly Food Bucks and WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) vouchers
  • Get here: SEPTA Routes: 23, 26, J, K, XH
Germantown Avenue is part of the Colonial Germantown National Historic District, the longest National Historic District in the U.S.
The first written protest against slavery was written in 1688 at the corner of Germantown Ave & Wister St.
Pioneering free jazz muscian Sun Ra moved his band The Arkestra from New York City to Germantown in 1968 and never left.
Germantown Avenue, also known as "The Great Road," follows an Indian path from the Delaware River.
Germantown was an independent municipality until 1854, when it became part of the City of Philadelphia.
During the Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic in 1793, President George Washington and his cabinet moved to Germantown.
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