Opening Day for the Downingtown Farmers Market is May 7th in Kerr Park, from 9 AM - 1 PM. We heard you loud and clear - and we're headed back to Kerr Park. We're looking forward to a new season back in the park. We've got lots of returning farmers and producers joining us at the market, as well as some new friends too! Take a look below to see who will be participating in the Downingtown Farmers Market this season.

We've got plenty of free parking in the Kerr Park parking lot. We hope you'll stop by with us each and every week to buy the very best in L-O-C-A-L for you and your family!

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Check out the Downingtown Farmers Market Facebook and Instagram account, and, please follow us! We'll take you on occasional tours of our participating farms and food producers. And, we'll keep you up to date on relevant news impacting our local agriculture scene.  

2016 Downingtown Farmers Market 


Canter Hill Farm

Gauker Farms

M&M Creek Valley Farm


Alnwyck Farm

Frecon Farms

Nuneviller Family Farms

Old Homestead Farm


A La Maltaise

Dia Doce

Frecon Farms Bakery

Stoudts' Bakery



Conebella Farm

Stoudt's Cheese

Value Added

Black Walnut Winery

Cocky Gourmet Confections

Crisp & Co.

E's Pierogi

Hazel & Ash Organics

Kastania Olive Oil

Rafiki Shoppe

Small Batch Kitchen

Sweet Salvation Truffles

Tally Ho

Whiskey Hollow

Winsome Tea


Neil's Sharpening Service


Minnie & Moon

Earth & Sky Soap Company

Barrow Goods


Looking for Kerr Park

Kerr Park is a big park! You'll find us each and every Saturday by the gazebo on Pennsylvania Avenue, next to the Veteran's Memorial, in Kerr Park. If we're having a really rainy day, and the water starts rising, we'll set up in the parking lot. 


Sign-Up for the Weekly Newsletter

Every week we email our Downingtown Farmers Market newsletter. The newsletter lists all of the farmers and food vendors attending the market that week, what they are bringing to market, their specials, as well as interesting tidbits about the market and the Downingtown community. 

Questions / Comments?

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