Here is the 2018 line-up! Check back regularly as more vendors join in.

Chartier Poultry

Great whole chickens, legs and thighs, ground chicken and  sausage.

Organically raised, free range chicken. Chicken and duck eggs. Maple syrup from their upstate family NY farm when available.

Flint Hill  Dairy Farm

Try the cheddar varieties.

Artisan cheeses–ready to be aged. Learn more about their educational center. Taking orders for raw milk, eggs and specialty cheeses!  Ask about their yarn.

New in 2018: Hamilton Wind Hill Orchards 

Local apples, peaches, nectarines, and fresh cider!

Fresh from their farm to your table, seasonal produce–beginning in July!

New in 2018: Healthy Delight Flavored Cooking Oils

Second and Fourth Saturdays of every month.

 New in 2018: Heaven’s Honey

  Local raw honey, beeswax candles, royal jelly, soaps, and lotions.
Sarah is dedicated to bringing you the best quality possible in honey and products from the hives . She takes care to make sure all her products are fresh and natural.

Jett’s Produce

Organically raised produce.

Homemade preserves, jellies, sauces, fermented canned goods, and relishes.

 LV Kombucha

Strawberry-Raspberry-and More

LV Kombucha is locally produced, making  40-60 gallons per week of flavored, fresh pressed fruit juices.  Kombucha is a slightly fermented tea and probiotic beverage. Try it and see!

New in 2018 (July 1): NYTERA LLC

Artisan, dairy-free cheeses

Mozarella, Ricotta, semi-soft Brie, Cashew cream cheese, Aged chevre

New in 2018: Peanut Butter and More Specialty

Coming this year with peanut, almond, hazelnut butters in multiple  flavors . Try them all!

Fresh roasted  peanuts –natural, organic, honey roasted, chocolate. Locally ground .

Tomblers Home Bakery

Featuring homemade Scottish pasties,  fruit pies, pierogies, cookies, and scones.

 Everything is fresh, delicious, and made by folks with years of experience.

Warm Sugar Bakery

Baked goods are handmade in the Lehigh Valley with organic and locally sourced ingredients. Winner of the 2012 most decadent dish.

Featuring cupcakes, cake, and scones.  Great sour dough bread.

Willow Haven Farm

Try the greens. New this year: eggs and pork sausage. Christine will be back with  tips on spices and herbs; she also planned on making dried arrangements.

Our own organically grown vegetables.Order ahead from our organic meat selection includes grass-fed beef, pastured pork and chicken, and Alaskan salmon.  We also have pastured eggs, raw cheese, organic sourdough bread, honey, and maple syrup.

And more….

Food Carts

New in 2018: Baby Harry Coffee!

Have a cup of coffee with a Warm Sugar scone or pastry after shopping.

Freshly made coffee on the spot with a number  of extras. Fresh-roasted beans, hot  and cold pressed coffees.

Entertainment and Activities

Exercise before shopping:

Tai Chi at 11 AM: every other week. Check back for dates



Dave Fry A folksinger: adult, children’s and family-music performer —arts educator/entrepreneur and good-time rascal, all rolled up in one! Sponsored by Tim Brion State Farm Insurance

Kids Activities: 

Saturday, June 9: A Musical Story time with the Nitschamann Drama and Chorus singing favorite kids songs.

Storytimes (TBA): Bethlehem Public Library, local storytellers. New this year: stories in French and Spanish

Big bubbles, veggie tattoos, hoola hoops, and the Rose Garden playground is just a few steps away.

Service Providers

Meet  our own West Side Merchants. Find out more about what they do and how they can help you. Coupons and prizes. Beginning in July.

Art and Crafters Day

The 3rd Saturday of each month.