BCFA Event
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  • Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 08:00 AM

    Doylestown Farmers Market

    Doylestown Farmers Market

    The Doylestown Farmers Market, at South Hamilton Street between West State Street and Oakland Avenue, is open every Saturday, 8-1 April through mid-November (with the exception of the weekend of the Doylestown Arts Festival). Run by the Buckingham Township Civic Association for more than 40 years, the Doylestown Farmers Market is the oldest continuous farmers’ market in Bucks County. Now under BCFA’s umbrella, this three season Saturday market, nestled in Doylestown Borough center, continues to be a beloved destination for the people of Doylestown and its surrounding areas. People meet and greet their friends and neighbors as they shop from the more than 25 vendors who share their stories and wisdom along with their goods. Those include local, seasonal, sustainable produce, meats, eggs, dairy products, baked goods, and more.

    Last day of the Market for the 2018 season.

  • Saturday, November 17, 2018 at 09:00 AM

    Wrightstown Farmers Market

    Wrightstown Farmers Market

    Market Appreciation Day

    Saturday, November 17

    9am - 1pm

    2203 2nd Street, Pike, Newtown, PA 18940

    The last 2018 Regular Season Market. Lots of activities, treats, and fun! Free soup, hot coffee, cider donuts, mulled cider and more!
    Live music from Goose Creek Pioneers.

  • Sunday, November 18, 2018 at 02:00 PM

    Doylestown Food Market in Doylestown, PA

    Day with the Doctor: Special Diets Guidance

    Presented by Doylestown Food Market...

    Are you on a special diet or thinking of going on one? Doylestown Food Market has many specialty foods in the store for various types of diets.

    Deborah Bernstein MD, MS in Bio-Nutrition, will be in the store to meet with customers Sunday, November 18, 2 PM - 4 PM. Please RSVP as space is limited. The Doctor will have 15 minutes to chat with each attendee and show you foods in the store specific to your special diet and dietary needs. (Please note that Dr. Bernstein will not be dispensing any medical advice during this time). Feel free to bring a friend or family member with similar concerns.

    Please reserve your spot on Facebook, or by calling 215-348-4548 or emailing For more info click here.

  • Wednesday, February 06, 2019 at 07:00 PM · 2 rsvps

    Newtown Township Building

    Growing Herbs through the Seasons

    Bucks County Foodshed Alliance presents Growing Herbs through the Seasons on Wednesday, February 6, 2018, 7 pm at the Newtown Township Building in Newtown. Learn about growing herbs for culinary and medicinal use all year round. The Newtown Township Building is located at 100 Municipal Drive, Newtown, PA 18940.

    This program will be led by Linda Shanahan, a practitioner, educator, farmer and medicine maker. Co-owner of Barefoot Botanicals, a certified organic herb farm in Doylestown, Linda is also a Registered Nurse with over a decade of experience providing care in the hospital setting and a Master’s degree in Nursing. She is a certified herbalist with more than two decades of experience studying, growing and using herbs.

    Linda will share some of the many ways to use herbs in food, beverages, and to build your herbal medicine cabinet. You will discover new herbs to grow, new ways to preserve the herbs you love, and exciting things to make with them. Join us for a great evening.

    Barefoot Botanicals is a certified organic farm based in Doylestown specializing in medicinal and culinary herbs. Farmed by Linda and husband Eric Vanderhyde, Barefoot Botanical provides culinary and medicinal herbs to medicine makers, brewers and distillers, chefs and bartenders, and individuals. Their herbs are sold fresh, dried, as herbal oils, hydrosols, and syrups. Workshops and hands on herbal education is an important part of the work they do. Learn more at

    This event is free. Donations to help cover our program costs are greatly appreciated.

    For more information visit or contact

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