We’re so excited to return with all of your favorite vendors, but of course, you know we had to come back bigger and better for 2023!  Read on to learn about additional vendors, a new website, a new layout, and more at this year’s Market!


New Layout

The Market was fortunate enough to be able to increase our footprint at the Corrigan Drive Ice Rink Lot this year, giving us room to add even more vendors to your shopping experience.  This is also important because it eliminates the sometimes-concerning parking aspect near the Market Trailer.  We’ll still have four designated handicapped spaces next to the food trucks, but the area between the Market Trailer and port-a-johns will now be filled with vendors!  Additionally, we’re adding more tables and chairs for dining, enjoying the Market, and listening to music. Visit our Vendors Page to see the new layout.


Updated Website

Speaking of new layouts, you’re going to love the redesign of the Bethel Park Farmers’ Market (BPFM) website.  With a rotating vendor of the week schedule, tabs to locate vendors and other Market information, a weekly blog post, a recipe section, and more, it’s now easier than ever to keep up with your favorite Farmers’ Market happenings!  Be sure to visit it often to learn more about your favorite vendors and keep up with special events and announcements. Be sure to also follow our Bethel Park Farmers’ Market Facebook Page and sign up for our weekly e-mail newsletter.



New Additions this Season

Let’s talk about our new vendors this season!  We think you’ll be just as excited as we are! Boyd and Blair will be serving up premade cocktails in a bottle, with some seriously unique and delicious flavors.  Cookey is a half-season vendor specializing in stuffed cookies – think over-the-top decadent!  Evelyn’s Farm is bringing farm fresh eggs and egg baskets along with fresh-cut seasonal flowers.  Forever Green Family Farm offers cold-pressed juices and all-natural healthy soup mixes.  And, Goose Run Farm has local pasture-raised chicken, eggs, bone broth, and garden veggies.


Other new vendors include Keystone Cultures brewing up kombucha and water kefir locally.  Kindred Flower Farm, a monthly visiting vendor, will be creating fresh flower bouquets as well as dried flower wreaths and bouquets.  Kizzle Foods packs a punch with ground spice blends for all palates.  Liquid Vibes Coffee Truck will be visiting once a month serving up seasonal coffee drinks.  Two Acres Farm, a local brinery, will be offering a huge variety of pickles, sauces, mayos, mustards, and dressings.  And, Urban Spore offers fresh and sun-dried mushrooms, mushroom compost, growing kits, and seedlings.


We Still Have Openings!

There are still a few open vendor spots, so check back for updates all season long!  Plans are in the works for some special guests, events, and more! If you would like to become a vendor, you can apply on our Become a Vendor page. 



We’re looking forward to seeing you May 2nd!