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Greenway Farmer’s Market - Produce, fresh bread and more

Tucked between bustling Third Street and busy Fourth Street on the Southside of Bethlehem is the Greenway. If you visit the Greenway on Friday afternoons, you will find the Greenway Farmers Market on the stretch between Tayor and Polk streets.

A variety of local farms and restaurants are represented. You can buy your lunch and enjoy it on one of the many benches lining the Greenway or take home a variety of produce, fresh bread and more. Have Dinky’s Ice Cream for dessert, and enjoy a post lunch stroll down the Greenway to enjoy beautiful flower gardens. While you’re there, you can even register to vote.

There’s a city parking lot off Taylor Street, or you can hunt out street parking.

The market is organized by the Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem (CADCB). Over the next few weeks, the market will feature local businesses that have graduated from the CADCB’s Start Your Business program.

“These businesses will not be selling, but they will be giving out samples,” said CADCB’s Yari Lopez. “A different business will be featured each week.”

If you have any questions while at the market, look for the staffers in bright yellow shirts, with “Market Team” on the front.

The market does not currently accept EBT/Snap cards, but if you have one, bring it to the produce stand, and show it to receive special discounts on produce.

The market’s offerings will be expanded in the coming weeks. Beyond bringing fresh food to the Southside, another goal of the market is to support small businesses during the pandemic.

The market is open from 2 to 6 p.m. Fridays, weather permitting, through Sept. 25.

More information about the Greenway Farmers Market and the Start Your Business program can be found at https://cadcb.caclv.org.

PRESS PHOTO BY LANI GOINS Dinky's Ice Cream has an old fashioned cart, and delicious ice cream, of course.
Market staffers Gabriella and Caterina with brightly colored Greenway Farmers Market shirts. Be sure to say hello and pick up a T-shirt.
151812: Just part of a lovely wildflower garden, another of the Greenway's attractions.
Hungry now? Grab a bite at the Couchpota-doh food truck.
Local farms are represented at the produce stand. Farms participating vary weekly.
Molinaris' tent features fresh bread and a canine companion.
Staffer Jessica Mellon and Market Organizer Yari Lopez offer produce with friendly smiles.
Ida Bromfield of Bread Fermented. Her sourdough bread is fermented for two days, to break down the gluten, making the bread easy to digest. She offers samples!
PRESS PHOTOS BY LANI GOINS Shoppers stroll the Greenway and explore the Farmers Market. The market is open from 2 to 6 p.m. Fridays, weather permitting, through Sept. 25.