This Week at Market
Keep the fun rolling at a Farmers Market on Chocolate jam-packed with activities for the entire family. Whether you’re looking for fresh produce, homemade baked goods, sweet treats, or a bottle of wine, you won’t leave empty handed. There’s plenty to do for everyone in the family! Bring the little ones down for a musical performance by Phredd, take part in a martial arts class, or grab a sweet treat from Grove’s Candy. If you are looking to relax, take a 3D Balance Class, sample homemade granola, or create a brilliant painting. Lighten your heart when you donate to Chomp Chomp’s charity of the week, volunteer at the Ronald McDonald’s House, or participate in an anti-bullying demonstration. As always, our great vendors, artisans, and guests make this market the place to be, so be sure to join in the fun!
What’s at Market?
Spiral Path Farm: Bring home a box of organic greens from this certified-organic, family-run farm. Bring home fresh kale, herbs, and mixed veggies.
Peter’s Orchard: Specializing in fresh fruit. Also grab a honeycomb, jam, or flowers.
Linden Dale Farm: A family-run farm centered solely around raising goats to produce wholesome dairy products: chevre cheese, greek yogurt, and more!
Pink Bird Bakery: An all-natural bakery specializing in healthy, wholesome breads and specialty cakes.
Chomp Chomp: A delicious vietnamese food truck that features pork summer rolls and fresh squeezed lemonade, with a focus on giving back to the community.
Rola’s Lebanese Cuisine: Authentic Lebanese food.
Batter: – A gluten-free baking company with a certified gluten-free kitchen and artfully created goods, they are your go-to bakery for all sweet tooth moments! Try a fresh gluten-free blueberry pie.
3J’s Coffee: A local coffee shop known for their breakfast sandwiches and freshly brewed pour over.
Torchbearer Sauces: Started by two best friends and a very special sauce, Torchbearer offers more than 30 sauces ranging from classic hot sauce to barbeque to mango pineapple salsa.
Grandview Granola: Well known for their fresh yogurt parfaits made with delicious homemade granola blends. Be sure to get yours with the maple bacon granola. Scrumptious!
Country Joy Flowers: Specializing in beautifully crafted flowers grown from their own farm.
Pepperelly: Try this revolutionary artisan’s unique pepper spread with a twist.
Rafiki’s Deli: A deli-styled vendor specializing in authentic African food such as Samosas, mango slaw, and fresh-made hummus.
Guerrilla Canteen: A food truck on a mission to provide gourmet guerrilla cuisine to the general public. Treat yo’self to a blueberry cheesecake empanada with whipped cream for breakfast.
Adrienne Mohn’s Herbals: This artisan specializes in all-natural beauty and skin care products.
Olivero’s Vineyard: This local winery offers free samples of their aged wines made from a wide variety of fresh ingredients.
Stella Blue: Hip handcrafted jewelry with a zen-like appeal.
Silver and Stone Artisan Jewelry: An artist creating beautiful jewelry and fine accessories.
SPLAT: A Family Art Studio: A fun business offering different projects for all ages!
Phil Jarvis Wood: An artisan with more than 50 years of experience in creating hand-carved pieces to showcase in your home.
Tuna Belly Bows: A favorite of kids. Pick up a hair bow or necklace detailed with your favorite cartoon character or sports team.
CHOCOLATETOWN SQUARE ACTIVITIES
- 8:00 am – 9:00 am Free anti-bullying demonstration
- 8:00 am – 9:00 am Free yoga class for all ages
- 9:00 am – 10:00 am DeAngelis Martial Arts class for all ages
- 9:00 am – 10:00am Free 3D Balance Class for all ages
- 10:00 am – 12:00 pm Phredd musical performance for kids presented by the First United Methodist Church
- 9:00 am – 12:00 pm Paint and Create class (register on site)
- 8:00 am – 12:30pm Ronald McDonald House
Volunteer to Help!
We could still use a few volunteers this week. Please consider helping if you’re available. It’s a great way to spend Saturday morning! If you can’t help this week, you can sign up for future dates on the Farmers Market on Chocolate page.
This Weekend Phredd Takes the Stage in Downtown Hershey
Thanks to Hershey’s First United Methodist Church, Phredd (aka Fred McNaughton), the ukulele playing singer/songwriter, brings his crowd-pleasing repertoire to Downtown Hershey’s Chocolate Town Square. A favorite with the children, Phredd will perform many of his most popular numbers such as: Floating Zoo, Get Happy, My Mom is a Pirate, My Sister Swallowed a Frog, and If Coffee Smells so Good, Why Does it Taste so Bad?
Phredd has performed hundreds of concerts for kids and families over the years, When he’s not performing live concerts, this talented musician is also a WJTL radio personality and member of Steven Courtney’s Suitcase musicians.
Phredd’s all set to perform several short musical sets for children of all ages from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm on Saturday, August 6 in the Chocolatetown Square.