Meet you at the Market
Bellevue Farmers Market, a project of Bona Fide Bellevue, is a community nexus, bringing together food, families, and fun in a way that is accessible to all!
Celebrate the return of the Farmers Market to Bayne Park
We're excited to return to Bayne Park for the 2022 market season, but we need your help! Purchase the 2022 edition of the Bellevue Farmers Market yard sign and preorder your own BFM T-Shirt to support our organization and get the word out to the community!
Make a Better Bellevue.
The Bellevue Farmers Market started in 2017 under the direction of a group of residents. They realized a charming, walkable community like Bellevue, PA deserved to have a market that was as exciting and dynamic as the town itself. The goal of the market is to create a central point for the community that is accessible to all.
Visiting the Market in 2022
- LOCATION: We are returning to Bayne Park for the duration of the 2022 season!
- HOURS: The Bellevue Farmers Market is each Wednesday from June 1st through October 26th from 3pm to 7pm.
- No tobacco products are allowed at the market at any time.
- We have multiple vendors that can accept SNAP/EBT – stop by the market booth for more details!
- We offer a 1 for 1 Food Assistance Match. If you participate in a state or federal food assistance program, you the FAM will cover 50% of your qualifying food purchases. Click here for details, or stop by our Market Booth and speak with a volunteer to learn more!
- Thank you to our donors to the FAM!
Farmers Market News
Are you K-6 student in Northgate School District? Do you like to draw? We are holding a contest to design T-Shirts for the 2022 Bellevue Farmers Market.
Apply now to be a vendor for our 2022 market!
We are excited to multiply the buying power of in-need neighbors at our market by matching $1 for every $1 spent (subject to change as funds and opportunities allow).
Each week at least one raffle will take place at the market. Proceeds from the raffle will go towards the FAM Match. Buy your tickets at the Market Booth.
The Bellevue Farmers Market has enacted a Severe Weather Policy to protect our guests, volunteers, and vendors.
There are a number of available parking options for visiting the Bellevue Farmers Market.
Amazing sauces and seasonings curated to your taste buds!
June – September
Live entertainment at the market sponsored by 565 Live Speakeasy & Stage
Pies, Cinnamon Rolls, Bread- Olive Oil and Sea Salt, Garlic Parmesan, Kalamata, Lavender Almond
September 29; October 6, 13, 20, 27
Rare, premium, healthful meat and eggs from old fashioned cattle, hogs, and chickens; heirloom beans
Game and activity lending library
Specialty breads and rolls
Classic cakes, pies, biscotti, scones, cookies, muffins, sweetbreads, and more
Artisanal soy candles and natural skin-care products
Cheeses and Honey
September 22; October 6, 20
Soaps, toothpaste, lotions, chapstick, and hand sanitizers
June 2, 16, 30; July 14, 21, 28; August 18, 25; September 15, 29; October 20
Mushrooms and Mushroom growing kits
October 6, 13, 20, 27
Indoor tropical plants
June 2, 16, 30; July 14, 28; August 11, 25; September 8, 22; October 6, 20
Family-run small farm – providing fresh vegetables, fruit, and herbs
Fresh, healthy, and flavorful hummus and grab-n-go salads made with grains and greens
Hand-made fruit wine
Honey and other honey related items
June 2, 30; July 7, 21; August 18; September 1, 15; October 6, 13, 20, 27
Natural handmade soaps
Organic & FairTrade coffees & organic tea, matcha, & herbal infusions
Ceramics and pottery
June 23; July 21
Artisanal, small-batch spirits
June 9; July 14; August 11; September 22; October 13
Cilantro and Macha based salsa
August 11; September 1, 22; October 6, 13, 20, 27
Community services for seniors, people with low incomes, and the unemployed
Small-Batch, artisanal olive oils and balsamic vinegars
Wearable art made from paper
Mediterranean Bakery featuring prepared gyros, falafel, and fresh-squeezed lemonade
Greens, fresh herbs, produce, and fresh-cut flowers
Hand-crafted locally made Pennsylvania premium vodka
September 15, 29; October 6, 20, 27
Locally and naturally grown flowers
June – September
Microgreens, small potted plants
Apples, peaches, plums, Asian pears, cherries, and cider
Organic tea that combats deforestation
Distilled spirits and ciders
Vendor & Volunteer Spotlight
Today we meet Liam Shoemaker, the son of volunteer and Raffle Master Greg Shoemaker.
Today’s volunteer spotlight is on Lish Templeton, who moved to Bellevue shortly before the pandemic and is excited to be part of the community.
Make a Contribution
While the market earns revenue through selling spaces at the market, earned revenue makes up less than 20% of our overall budget. Through generous contributions from our community, we are able to create a high-quality, professional experience for vendors and the community alike while supporting those who access food assistance programs.
Sponsor the Market
Your support of the Bellevue Farmers Market reaches beyond the weekly market. In addition to promoting healthy lifestyles through better food choices, your contribution supports local farmers and entrepreneurs, keeping them in business and creating more jobs in our communities.