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Newtown Yardley, PA Events

Events for Saturday June 15, 2024

Yardley Outdoor Farmers Market


Saturday June 15, 2024
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Shop in beautiful Buttonwood Park for fresh, local produce, honey, meats and baked goods in Yardley Borough, 9am-noon every Saturday now through November. You can Grab a cup of coffee and some fresh flowers too! We focus on sustainability with locally grown & sourced produce & value added products. You'll find the freshest food from local farmers, makers and bakers. See our Summer Vendor list here. 

YFM accepts SNAP EBT with matching dollars up to $20 per market (check in at our market table). Buttonwood Park, Yardley Borough, Learn more at

Snipes Farm Market


Saturday June 15, 2024
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Come to the Big Red Barn on Snipes Farm to buy our organic produce, plants, and other products every Saturday from 9am to 1pm. Visit our animals: chickens, ducks, goats, bunnies and more! Our vegetables are certified organic, which means we use no GMO, synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. We also carry local honey made by the bees here at Snipes Farm bee hives. We have pure maple syrup from Journey's End farm, fruit butters, and whatever seasonal herbs are being harvested.  

We also have CBD products made from hemp organically grown on Snipes Farm and herbal products from Heart of the Moon Herbs grown by our very own herbalist.

Snipes Farm is located at 890  W. Bridge Street in Morrisville PA.


McConkey's Market


Saturday June 15, 2024
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Artisan Market Returns to Washington  Crossing Historic Park June 15

Area residents looking for one-of-a-kind artisan gifts for themselves or others can check out McConkey’s Market on Saturday, June 15 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA). 
Crated 10 years ago this year, McConkey’s Market attracts thousands of shoppers to its eclectic mix of nearly 100 vendors who sell artisan crafts, up-cycled items, handmade jewelry, original art and photography, pottery, vintage clothing, reclaimed furniture, and collectibles. The market also features live music and several food vendors. 
McConkey’s Market takes its name from the park’s McConkey Ferry Inn, parts of which date back to 1750. The building represents a typical country inn or tavern of the Revolutionary era. Tradition has it that George Washington ate at the inn prior to his crossing of the Delaware River.

Admission to the market is free and it will be held rain or shine. For more information, visit or “like” the market on Facebook at  

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