Upcoming events 2023
September 30- Will be our "Customer Appreciation Day." It was rescheduled due to last week's weather. We will have Free apple cider and a fall flavored treat for the first 50 customers that come to the information tent. It will be our closing day of the market season as well.
There will be seasonal produce (bartlett pears, macintosh apples, butternut squash, acorn squash, spaghetti squash, tomatoes, zucchini, onions, potatoes, green peppers, cucumbers, and brown eggs. All produce provided by AK Farms). Dog treats, different flavored biscuits and a nail clipping service. Decorations and ornaments with polymer clay, moss and dried flowers. Laser cut earrings, friendship bracelets, charm bracelets, and wine charms. Crystal jewelry, aloe plants, card readings. Crafts, stuffed veggies, wooden rounds. Cutting boards, wooden bowls, wooden vases, knitted pumpkins, other wooden crafts. Pop-up library, story time. Therapeutic chair massage, yoga class and other in-studio bookings. Last but not least wreaths, and wall/door decor.
November 18th- We will have our pop-up special event. "Fall 'N to the Holidays at Bath Farmers' Market" at Monocacy Creek Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
We are still looking for vendors. If you are a food producer-only vendor looking for vending events, click on the "Join Us" link to find the registration form for this event. Please contact and email to the Market Manager at "firstname.lastname@example.org.
A list of vendors to be announced.
Now Recruiting for 2023!
Bath Farmers' Market is seeking Producer-only & Crafter vendors.
Click on the "Join Us" link or on the menu bar to download the applications.
The Market is also looking for volunteers to help out before, during and after the market. Helping out the vendors set up and break down wherever needed and set up tables and chairs along the bridge.
If you are interested, please contact the Market Manager.
If you are an artist interested in performing at our market, please contact the manager. We do advise that you would perform for tips.
All genres of music are welcome. Come showcase your talent. We would love to have you attend.
for more information.
We have the pleasure to welcome back Allen and Karen Smith to the market. This will be their second year with us. They will pop-up for the day.
Allen & Karen will be serving breakfast sandwiches, egg and cheese with a choice of meats: pork-roll, bacon, sausage, scrapple, or ham.
@mattysmarvelousmakery will be providing the rolls for the sandwiches.
AK Farms will have bacon, kielbasa, ham steaks, smoked sausage, scrapple, smoked cheeses and eggs.
You can follow their Facebook page at "AK Farms" They are located at: 5334 Snyders Church Rd. Northampton, Pa 18067.
They will join us one last day of the market season. September 2nd. They will be at the #7 spot on the vendor's map.
Beyond the Garden Crafts
Emily Sheaffer will provide wreaths, ornaments and handmade wall hangings. The wreaths contain polymer clay decorations, dried flowers and moss.
Emily will attend on August 12 & September 30th.
Jason Reisteter, of Bizzle's Bites LLC carries dehydrated dog treats in resealable packaging for convenient storage and freshness. They provide food that is good and healthy for your pet. Flavors include beef liver, beef hearts, chicken gizzards, and chicken hearts. They also carry organic biscuits in blueberry, strawberry and pumpkin peanut butter flavors. Also, waste bag dispensers and homemade cards by Artie. Nail clipping service available every Saturday.
You can follow them on Instagram @bizzlesbitesdogtreats or visit their website at www.bizzlesbites.com Bizzle's Bites will be at the market every Saturday.
Christ Church of Bath UCC.
The Christ Church of Bath UCC. will be providing us with seasonal produce provided by Twin Maple Farms. Cookbooks, kitchen towels, flowers, plants, meals to-go, canned items, quiches, small pumpkins and baked goods. Free activities for children. The Church will be offering Boscov Shopping passes. With a $5 donation, get a coupon good for 1 special day in October.
Pam and Lauren will be with the market one last day for the season on September 2.
Eve's Angels Candles
We welcome back Joanna Burgos to the Market. She's been a previous vendor to the market for 3 years.
Joanna will provide candles, wax melts, soaps and lotions.
Joanna will join us on: June 10.
Feed Your BFF
We welcome our newest vendor. Katie Grohsman will provide us with packaged fresh dog and cat food. Bringing us 5 different recipes that have been researched and constructed the ratio of protein and vegetables to meet the needs of both animals. Katie will be at #23 spot on the vendor's map. August 19 & 26.
Megan Carmona will provide us with her laser cut wooden earrings (a wide variety of themes). Her designs are cute, whimsical, and popular. So many designs to choose from. They are great gifts for any occasion.
Megan will return to the market May 27 and June 10. July 1, 22, September 30.
Kula Heart Yoga & Wellness LLC
Denise will offer yoga schedules, take bookings for massages, and teach the benefits of yoga and massage. September 30: will have therapeutic chair massages for $1 per minute sessions. Passports for Bath Blues & Brews will be available to purchase at Kula's Tent Sept. 30th. BBB event begins at Noon on 9/30. Pick up their latest yoga schedule, two new classes. Learn the practice of Yoga!
Visit the studio's website for more info: www.kulaheartyogaandwellness.com. Follow on Facebook and Instagram "kulaheartyogaandwellnessllc" Kula Heart Studio is located: 107 N. Chestnut St. Suite 8, Bath, Pa 18014
Offering private yoga lessons and bodywork services.
Kula Heart will be at the market on the first and third Saturday of the month. July 1, 15, August 5, 19, except in September. Denise will attend on the 16th and 30th of September.
Lift Easton Studio Yoga and Massage
"Collaborating movement and stillness." A center for Yoga and Massage. They will provide a "Gentle movement Karma" class at the park. Starting at 9 a.m. to 10:10 a.m. Class is FREE, donations are always welcome. Portion of donations will go to WISE animal rescue.
Visit the link to register: https://www.lifteaston.com/events/gentle-movements-at-the-bath-farmers-market Visit their booth for more services they have to offer. They will attend the market on July 29.
Lua Cheia Soapary
Gabriella Campos is Lua Cheia Soapary. She will provide us with organic homemade soaps, bath bombs, bath salts, sugar scrubs, and dog shampoo. Her natural soaps are made of activated charcoal, coconut oil, olive oil, Shea butter, dried flowers, mango butter, cocoa butter, and other natural ingredients.
Visit their website: www.luacheiasoapary.com They are also on Instagram and Facebook "luacheiasoapary"
Mattie's Strudel Haus
Mattie's Authentic Hungarian Strudel Haus will be returning to the market once a month this season. Kelly Vlasics will be providing samplings from her huge variety of homemade, hand stretched strudels. They have sweet and savory flavors. The bakery is located at: 126 West Main Street Bath, Pa 18014 You can call to place orders at (610)810-7574.
They will be at the market on June 17, July 29, future dates will be announced. Samples that will be available on July 29 will be Apple strudel and Mediterranean( chicken, red bell peppers, spinach, a little bit of dill and feta cheese). Check our social media pages for more updates.
Follow them on Facebook @mattiesstrudelhaus, on Instagram @matties_strudel_haus. You can visit their website www.mattiesstrudelhaus.com
Matty's Marvelous Makery
Matthew Robles makes deliciously, freshly baked from scratch artisanal breads. “Made with love in a variety of flavors,” as they mention on their Facebook page. Yummy flavors such as: Olive Rosemary, Toasted Sesame, Parmesan Basil, Cherry Walnut, Cranberry Orange and much more. Spinach dips, scones in cranberry orange and blueberry lemon. Cookies: raspberry almond shortbread, chocolate chip, pumpkin chocolate chip and dark chocolate mint. Pies: shoofly, strawberry rhubarb, cherry, and blueberry crumb.
Matty’s Marvelous Makery is located in the “Just Baked Bakery” at: 13 Bushkill Street Tatamy, PA 18085. You may visit their Facebook page www.facebook.com/Mattysmakery/ or their Instagram www.instagram.com/mattysmarvelousmakery
Matthew will be with us one last time this weekend. Matthew will provide the rolls for the breakfast sandwiches AK Farms will be serving this weekend, August 26th. Come out to wish him the very best of luck on his next step in life. Support your local baker.
Nicole Farres will be providing us with homemade wreaths and wall décor. They have a Facebook group page you can follow and look at samples of their selection. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1024095658134080/
They will join us this year for her second year with the market for a full season.
Mona's Bakery LLC.
Palmer Township, Pa
We want to welcome our newest vendor, Mona Finegan. Mona bakes over 12 flavors of delicious French macarons, a variety of sweet breads (banana, lemon, cranberry orange, zucchini, chocolate) gourmet cookies filled with different flavors (dulce de leche, apple pie filling, cherry pie filling and chocolate), chocolate covered pretzels and oreos.
Mona will be joining us August 26.
You can follow her on her Instagram "monasbakeryllc" and on Facebook "Mona's Bakery."
Mona's Bakery will be #12 on the vendor's map.
Mystic World Creations
Joanna is always creating her handmade, self-taught, jewelry pieces. Joanna works with crystals and a variety of wires from silver to copper, among others. This year Joanna will be providing us with her creations using: Quartz, Rose Quartz, Amethyst, Aura Quartz point necklaces and earrings. She will have Tree of life necklaces and suncatchers of various forms. She will also have crafts, aloe plants and provide card readings.
Joanna will join us on July 1, 15, 22, 29, August 5, 26, September 9 and September 30th.
Naturally Indulgent Soaps
We welcome our newest vendor. Amanda will provide us with handmade cold processed soaps, bath bombs and bubble bars. They use clean and simple ingredients. Palm oil and phthalate-free. Their products are all natural, non-toxic, not tested on animals, vegan, and they use recyclable packaging.
Amanda Keinert will join us on July 15, August 19, and September 16.
You can visit their website naturallyindulgentsoaps.com
We want to welcome our newest vendor to the market. Helena will provide her delicious freshly made donuts, coffee, orange juice, water and soda. They have a wide variety of flavors for their regular donuts; as well as, their specialty donuts.
You can visit their website to see the whole list of flavors at: www.nazonutshop.com
Follow them on Instagram (@nazonut) and Facebook (@Naz-O-Nut)!
Helena will be joining us: July 8 & August 12.
Northampton Area Public Library
The director of The Northampton Library, Veronica LaRoche will be joining us this year. The Director will be providing us with a pop-up library atmosphere. She'll host story time for the children. Beginning at 9:30, 10:30 & 11:30. The public may sign up for library cards, allow cardholders to check out popular fiction books for adults; as well as, children's books and return them the next time she's back at the market.
You may contact her at: email@example.com
The NAPL is opening up help to volunteers and older teens (must be accompanied by a parent). Please contact the director if you are interested. Dates: May 20, June 10, July 1, 15, 29, August 12, 26, September 2, 16, 30.
Raven's Call Botanicals
We welcome our newest vendor, Danielle. She will bring us all natural, plant-based aromatherapy essential oil blends, beard oils, body lotions, mineral salt scrubs, and aromatherapy candles. You can follow her on Instagram @ravenscallbotanicals.
Danielle will join us on August 5, 12 & 19.
Sheepish Sempervivum Creations
We welcome Karla Buckwalter back to the market on their third year with the market. Karla will bring us cut flowers, succulent arrangements, handmade pottery, knitted and crochet items.
You can follow on Instagram "sheepishcreation"
Dates will attend the market: August 5, 26, September 9, 30.
Soap Muffin/ Roots Homestead
We welcome our newest vendor to the market. Azizi Dayo will provide us with seasonal produce, eggs, pancake, brownie, cookie and dried soup mixes, herbs from personal garden, flavored and herbal honey, holistic soaps and laundry detergent,
August 26- will have herbs, squash, dry mixes, soaps and laundry detergent.
S. Seem Dry Goods Antiques & Artisans
Sue Beam and Dawn Eagle will be back with their wood round signs, wreaths, fabric stuffed veggies, birdhouses, oven mitt kits, pumpkins, paper crafts, lip balm holders, nail file holders, tea packets, chocolate packets, note folders and other adorable crafts. They will be at the market on Opening Day, May 20, 27, June 3, 17, July 22, August 12, 26, September 9, 30.
Sue's Wood Craft
Sue Yaple is back for another year to the market. She provides us with her handmade cutting boards, wooden bowls, rolling pins, classics wooden games, wooden trees, and her whimsical gnomes and other crafts. Sue will be joining us May 27, June 24, July 1, 22 August 26, September 9 and 30.
True Patriot Coffee
Chuck Werkheiser will be providing us with prepackaged coffee and offering free samples. S.O.C.O.M (Southern Command) a premium four bean blend South American Medium Roast.
Part of the proceeds go to veterans' organizations through Truckin4Troops for veterans in need.
We have the pleasure to receive True Patriot Coffee for a full season.
Wild Rose Essentials
We want to welcome our newest vendor to the Market, Holly Gruber. She will be providing us with bug sprays, wellness rollers, non-toxic household cleaners, all-purpose soft scrubs, laundry stain sticks, and room sprays. If you follow a clean way of living without toxins in your life, these products are for you.
Holly will join the market on May 20 and June 3.
Wolf Gang's Farm
We want to welcome our newest vendor to the Market, Wolf Gang's Farm.
Nathanael Wolf will provide us with seasonal vegetables and fruit. From garlic cloves, carrots, radishes, lettuce, kale, eggplants, cucumbers, heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, sweet corn, Swiss chard, onions, squash, bell peppers, sweet banana peppers, jalapeno peppers, potatoes, green beans, peaches, watermelons, to honeydew melons. All seasonal produce. Nathanael will join us for the month of August and on September 2nd only. Come support farmers!
Join us throughout the season.
May 20 - Opening day/ Ribbon cutting
May 27 - Bring a plant, take a plant day
June 3 - Little Miss Strawberry contest
June 17 - Homemade Pie contest
July 1 - Dog Parade contest
July 15 - 50/50 Boat Race at the Monocacy Creek.
July 22 - The Great Bath Duck Race
August 5 - Lego Contest
August 26 - Art at the Park
September 9 - Treasures at the Clock
September 23 - Customer Appreciation Day
September 30 - Closing Day
November 18th - "Fall 'N to the Holidays at Bath Farmers' Market" pop-up market vendor event. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Monocacy Creek Park.
Story time with Veronica La Roche, Northampton Area Public Library Director (see vendor info for dates)
1st Saturday - Kids' crafts provided by Christ Church of Bath UCC.
Special Thanks to our 2023 Sponsor:
Located at: 6507 Nor Bath Blvd
Bath, Pa 18014
Thank you to our past sponsors:
2022 - Spengler & Brown Law Office
2021 - Linda Roth CPA
2020 - Keystone Cement Company
Mid-May thru September,
Saturdays 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.
GPS: West Main Street
Park behind the Monocacy Creek Park at the public parking lot,
take the bridge to the clock.
Hope to see you there!
Manager: Karla Buckwalter
Bizzle's Bites #14
Beyond the Garden Crafts #16
Imagine Attic #18
Mystic World Creations #19
BFM Information/produce by: AK Farms #20
S. Seem Goods Antiques & Artisans #21
Sue's Wood Craft #22
Northampton Area Public Library #24
Buy Fresh Buy Local #25
Sheepish Creations #26
Kula Heart Yoga & Wellness #27
Messy Maker #28
Vendors - Week 20 of 20 -September 30, 2023
*Vendors will be updated as the day approaches. *