Winter Markets at Windsor Athletic Club

MUSIC:

ALBO

COMMUNITY GROUPS:

Yes, We Can fresh food drive to benefit Arm in Arm pantries of Mercer County

Girl Scout Troop 70052 – upcycled t-shirt grocery bags – bring your own shirt

Best in Class 2016

 

Stay tuned for information on our fifteenth season!

2018 Farm & Vendor Roster coming soon.

2018 Farmers Market Conference

Attention NJ farmers market managers

We will be hosting our third farmers market conference here in West Windsor on March 22.

We'll gather farmers market stakeholders together for a day of market matchmaking, networking, marketing and round table discussions. There will also be USDA SNAP/EBT Sign-up for farmers and farmers markets with proper documentation. For more information, please email Chris Cirkus at [email protected] or click here to register:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/3rd-annual-new-jersey-farmers-market-conference-tickets-43483119180

The 2018 conference agenda is now available.

Farmers Markets in underserved communities should email for information on another conference in Newark on April 4 that we're helping to coordinate.

2018 Vendor Applications

Applications for the 2018 outdoor season were by invitation only. To communicate with our market manager, please email [email protected]

2017 Season

The fourteenth year of the West Windsor Community Farmers Market kicked off on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at 9:00am at the Vaughn Drive Commuter Lot in West Windsor. With sixteen regional farms, twelve artisan food and natural product vendors, weekly community groups, live music, special events and cooking demonstrations, the WWCFM continues to be New Jersey’s favorite farmers market* and place to spend Saturday mornings.

The market runs weekly, rain or shine from 9:00am-1:00pm until the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

Joining the WWCFM this season is Local 130 Seafood, advocates for responsibly raised domestic aquaculture, with offerings of fresh and local wild caught seafood. 

In addition to our newest vendor, find seasonal, locally grown fruit, vegetables, mushrooms, pastured meats and poultry, cheese, milk and farm fresh eggs, woven fiber products, fresh pasta, breads, baked goods including gluten/grain/sugar-free selections, flowers, bedding plants, honey, prepared foods, soap, herbs, teas and seasonings, sauces, jams, pickled vegetables and wine. Breakfast and lunch selections include savory and sweet crepes, locally sourced egg sandwiches and fresh pressed juice and acai bowls. Remember to bring your knives, scissors and lawn tools for sharpening at Nice and Sharp, on-site weekly.

The WWCFM accepts SNAP/EBT and offers matching incentives up to $20 towards fruit and vegetable purchases for food assistance shoppers. Shoppers using SNAP should visit the Market Information Tent to swipe their EBT card to obtain market tokens for shopping throughout the marketplace.

The Market continues to sell Market Bucks tokens for shoppers short on cash; simply swipe any major credit or debit card and receive tokens to spend at any farm or vendor. 

The Market is located in the Vaughn Drive Parking Lot of the southbound side of the Princeton Junction Train Station, one mile from the Alexander Road and Route 1 intersection or half a mile walk down Vaughn Drive from the Dinky stop. Ample car and bicycle parking is available. Use 2 Vaughn Drive, West Windsor in your GPS and the market is located at the 2nd driveway on the right as you enter Vaughn Drive.

*Since 2012, the WWCFM has been voted the Top Celebrated Market in New Jersey and a Top 100 Most Celebrated Market Nationwide, in American Farmland Trust’s I Love My Farmers Market Contest.

Be sure to follow the market on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for market info and photos.

 

SNAP & Garden State Good Food Network

 

SNAP LogoThis season, we've partnered with the Garden State Good Food Network to help folks utilizing food assistance stretch their SNAP/EBT benefits further.
For each $1 SNAP market token purchased, we'll match another $1 token towards the purchase of more fruit and vegetables (up to $20/market day)!!

Please let anyone you know, well, know! Fresh food is a right, not a privilege.

More information about SNAP can be found in our FAQ.