Bethany Beach Farmers' Market
Garfield Pky and Pennsylvania Ave

Season 11 - 2017 Sundays June 11 - September, 3 
8:00 am 'til Noon
Across the street from the PNC Bank



The Bethany Beach Farmers Market will end the 2017 Season on Sunday, September 3.

September 10 was to be the last day but this conflicted with the last day for Operation Seas The Day which holds it's farewell breakfast at the Fire Company at the same time. The OSTD breakfast is attended by several hundred people, also seeking a place to park.

Thank you
Doug Mowrey
President BBFM

And the Seas Shall Part

You know it's bad when Grotto refuses to deliver to downtown Bethany. Thankfully by Sunday morning all roads were passable.

It's hard to believe that summer, once again, is rolling by at too fast a pace. Three more weeks of the Bethany Market. Our farmers still have lots of tomatoes, corn, beans, melons, and much more! Ficner's is bringing kale this week, and Parsons still has their Fairy Tale squash along with fresh found eggs!

Old World breads will feature their vegan peach oatmeal muffins with walnut topping! And Honey Bee Lake Apiary promises Christmas candles - always great finds at the Bethany Market!
Mushroom Terry did it again with Mushroom fresh corn sauté - don't forget to pick up the recipe.

Our tent volunteers this week were seasoned maestros, orchestrating flawlessly - thank you Carolyn Corrigan, Carole Calef, and Marylou Tietz!

Sunday - be there - be early!!

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From the Beach Paper:
Lara Buckheit   June 1, 2017
"Markets evolve out of the communities where they are based.
This is a belief the Bethany Beach Farmers Market was founded on".<more>

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