Penn Street Market

Penn Street Market

Penn Street Market is an open air farmers market featuring locally grown fresh fruit, vegetables, produce and dairy products in a friendly atmosphere. Penn Street Market will be located at PENN SQUARE for 2015, featuring local produce, dairy products offering lunch fare.

Thursdays 11:30 AM- 5:30 PM
June 4th-September 24, 2015.
Contact Market Director: Lucine Sihelnik
Email: pennstmarket@redesignreading.org

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