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Penn Street Market

Penn Street Market is an open-air farmers market featuring locally grown fresh fruit, vegetables, produce, dairy products, artisan cheeses and breads in a friendly atmosphere. Penn Street Market will be located at PENN SQUARE, 5th St. and Penn St. for 2015, featuring from local restaurants offering lunch/diner fare.  FREE PARKING will be available on 4th St. & Cherry and Chiarelli Garages

Thursdays 11:30 AM- 5:30 PM
June 4th - September 24, 2015.

Contact Market Director:
Lucine Sihelnik
Phone 610-685-2236


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Penn Street Market is looking for volunteers if you would like to donate your time please contact us at the information above.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Penn Street Market is a seasonal market offering fresh, local produce, flowers, prepared foods and handcrafted items directly to the Greater Reading community. Launched in 2008, the Market hosts a wide range of family and nutritional programs, including live entertainment, cooking demonstrations, Community Art Project and youth activities.

We are looking forward to continuing the tradition of the Penn Street Market with exciting changes this year! In 2015, the market will call Penn Square the new home in an effort to provide more accessibility and visibility to those living and working in the City of Reading and encourage visits from the Greater Reading Area.


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Penn Street Market Partners

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  2. I think this is a fantastic idea; i totally support all endeavors to revitalize downtown Reading. What is involved in volunteering?

    • Thank you for your interest in being a volunteer! There are many areas that a volunteer can help every Thursday at the market between 10:30-6 PM. Please send us an email with your interest to for more information!

  3. An idea for Thursday Market – how about a Outdoor Market during the month of December – along the lines of the Christkindtmart in Germany? The vendors & store owners could sell their items on the sidewalk. For entertainment – high school bands or church choirs could provide music (perhaps strolling up both of the sidewalks) It could be used as a lead in to the Fire & Ice Celebration. Instead of Thursday – perhaps a Sunday

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