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Broad Street Market Announces Events Calendar

The historic Broad Street Market (BSM) is hosting an array of outdoor events over the coming months spanning from July through October. All events are free and open to the public. Sponsorship opportunities are available for these events and other projects at the Broad Street Market. The market is also actively seeking indoor and outdoor vendors, musicians and volunteers to serve as market ambassadors. Contact the market manager to inquire about these opportunities.

Changes in the Works for Broad Street Market

WGAL 8 covers the exciting changes happening at the Broad Street Market

Faces of the Market

Each week, its legacy is carried forth by the dozens of purveyors of meats, produce, flowers, cheeses, baked goods, prepared foods and more. A couple of months back, our photographer, Dani Fresh, decided to visually document the people who make the Market the wonderful place it is.

Ashlee Dugan steps into Broad Street Market chief operations officer job

One of her first endeavors at Broad Street Market is implementing a new outdoor producers-only farmers market in July in the courtyard between the market's brick and stone buildings.

Spring at the Broad Street Market

Fresh veggies, new vendors, & more to come!

Broad Street Market Easter Egg Hunt

On Saturday, April 19th, the Broad Street Market will host an Easter Egg Hunt for children in the Courtyard between the Stone & Brick Buildings.

Broad Street Market Public Input Meeting

A public meeting to get the public\'s impressions, opinions, suggestions, and hopes for the Broad Street Market.

Mayor Papenfuse Announced New Broad Street Task Force

In January, a mayoral-appointed Task Force was assembled to help determine and support the Broad Street Market\'s future well-being.

For foodies, nothing beats a local market

Shop at Broad Street Market for the freshest experience in the Midtown.

Divided America? Not at This Farmers Market

Broad Street has the usual attractions of a good farmers market -- the colorful produce stands, the pastry wonderlands, the fresh cuts of meat and fish jumping off the ice. But it also enables a level of mingling that is rare for Central Pennsylvania, and the nation at large.

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