About the Doylestown Farmers Market:

Located in the heart of downtown Doylestown, our open-air market features more than 30 rotating vendors local to Bucks County and the surrounding area. The market takes place every Saturday, 8:00-1:00 mid-April through mid-November.

As the oldest continually operating farmers market in the county, the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance was happy to inherit the operations of the market in 2017 from the Buckingham Township Civic Association. Now celebrating our 44th season, the market continues to be a beloved destination for the people of Doylestown. Come get to know the farmers and makers who hold up our vibrant food economy!

Featuring live music every week and special events throughout the season, the market is a great destination for day-trippers and locals alike. We offer tasting events, interactive workshops, chef demos, showcases of local nonprofits, scavenger hunts for kids, and more! Be sure to check out our events schedule and sign up for our newsletter so you don’t miss what’s next.

Some market offerings include:

USDA Certified Organic, chemical free and IPM vegetables, fruits and mushrooms, pastured Certified Organic meats, eggs, goat cheeses, fresh and dried herbs, and cut flowers.

Artisan breads, fresh pasta, baked goods, jams, sauces, olive oil, honey, maple syrup, condiments, pickles, hand-crafted soaps, aromatherapy items, alpaca yarn, knife sharpening, dog treats, and handmade jewelry.

Fair Trade and Certified Organic coffee, microbrew beer, mead, wine and kombucha with farm-grown ingredients.

Chef Kelly Unger,  Chair of Doylestown Farmers Market Committee

Kelly is a farm to table chef and the creator/owner of The Rooster & The Carrot Cooking Studio where she teaches cooking classes. Kelly also created and manages the Nutrition Program for CIHaiti, a 501c3 charity focusing on community health education programs in Haiti. Kelly obtained her Culinary Arts degree from Johnson & Wales University and also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management from Moravian College. As part of being a Board member, Kelly is also the Committee Chair of the Doylestown Farmers Market.

Rhiannon Wright, Doylestown Farmers Market Manager

Rhiannon is deeply driven by the desire to teach and learn with community. She received her B.S. in Community Development at Temple University, focusing her independent research in development theory, local knowledge systems, and food sovereignty.  While there, she collaborated as a co-founder of Philadelphia’s only student-run co-op, The Rad Dish Co-Op Cafe, with a focus in cooperative governance. She has also worked with The Cooperative Food Empowerment Directive (CoFED), and taught with Temple’s Planning and Community Department.
She sees the farmers market as a celebration of local labor, and a vehicle for community interdependence and economic cooperation. Find her foraging in her spare time, for mushrooms, herbs, and other kinds of delicious medicine. 


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