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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 celebrate our return to Bayne Park for the 2021 market season, but we need your help! Purchase the 2021 edition of the Bellevue Farmers Market yard sign and help us get the word out about our new (old!) location while helping to support the work we do in 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 2021
- LOCATION: We are returning to Bayne Park for the duration of the 2021 season!
- The Bellevue Farmers Market is each Wednesday from June 2nd through October 27th 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!
List of Vendors
We have a great lineup of vendors for the 2021 season!
Click on the vendors’ names to learn more!
There are a number of available parking options for visiting the Bellevue Farmers Market.
We are excited to have food trucks each week for the Bellevue Farmers Market. Check out the schedule, with links to the vendors.
Bellevue Farmers Market 2021 COVID Guidelines
Today we speak with Dorothy Frye of Pleasant Valley Farms, and learn about her family’s farmstead cheese.
Today we learn about the North Hills Community Outreach who provide services such as food pantries, transportation assistance, and employment services, as well as operating an organic community garden in Bellevue.
Today we meet Ed Baysek of Hog Dog Winery. creator of traditional grape wine and fruit wines.
For our final spotlight on volunteers from a mission from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, today we speak with Sister Jessica Rowberry.
Today we continue spotlighting a group of volunteers who happen to be on a mission from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by getting to know Elder Carnesecca.
Today we continue spotlighting a group of volunteers who happen to be on a mission from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints by getting to know Sister Daisy Bailey.
“The Bellevue Farmers Market is a family-friendly and community-centered event that has brought our neighbors closer together. I’m so glad we have this.”
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.
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Learn about the Feeding Neighbors Program
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bellevue Farmers Market organized hundreds of volunteers and raised more than $100,000 in cash and in-kind contributions to create a meal delivery program for Bellevue and surrounding communities within a five-mile radius. The four-and-a-half month effort delivered 30,000 meals to individuals and families in the North Boroughs and surrounding communities. Below is the 26-minute documentary detailing the scale of the work, highlighting some of the many supporters and volunteers who made it possible.