The Mansfield Growers Market, organized by St. James Episcopal Church, consists of over 20 vendors, a large volunteer team, almost 40 local sponsors, and a myriad of community folks volunteering their time to entertain and educate. That’s who we are.
What we are is a good time, every Friday, 3 pm to 6 pm, the first Friday in April through Thanksgiving.
Where we are is St. James Episcopal Church, 30 E. Wellsboro St., one block East of Main Street, Mansfield, PA. April is indoors, May through September is outdoors, and October through Thanksgiving is indoors again.
Why we’re here is to grow community through better health, environmental sustainability, economic stability, and old-fashioned “howdy neighbor” fun.
Objectives: To provide fresh food and local products to our community; to create opportunities for local farmers, market gardeners, and producers of farm, kitchen, and craft products to thrive; to support the local economy; to provide an alternative to Wal-Mart during the growing season; to educate the community about sustainable agriculture and good nutrition; to welcome FMNP coupons; to provide a festive weekly event which brings people together.
Products: Fresh produce, cut flowers, herbs, honey, maple syrup, soaps, baked goods, beef, pork, rabbit, poultry, eggs, milk, cheese, garden art, jams, homemade soup, and much more.
Each week, we also offer live music and dinner for sale from the Friday Market Cafe.
Come shop at your truly local grocery store!