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Thank you for being a friend! ·

Do you consider yourself a “friend” of the Broad Street Market? If so, Josh Heilman wants to hear from you. Heilman is the market’s new executive director, and, as one of his first major initiatives, he has launched a long-planned “Friends of the Market” program. The new initiative allows residents to help the market through a yearly donation or by volunteering for certain events and activities… Read On

The Ultimate Pennsylvania Veggie Road Trip ·

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Become a Friend of the Market!

We are proud to introduce the Friends of the Market program at the historic Broad Street Market! The Friends of the Broad Street Market is an extension of the not-for-profit Broad Street Market Alliance. The Friends help Harrisburg’s beloved historic urban farmers’ market with financial and volunteer support for special events, capital improvements/maintenance, community outreach, and fund-raising… Read On

Broad Street Market Named “Great Public Space”

by Lawrance Binda · The Burg News ·

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Shop Small & Buy Local: Where to Find Unique Souveneirs

Visit Hershey & Harrisburg ·

Known by many as the cultural heartbeat of Harrisburg is the Broad Street Market. In addition to their ready-made, delicious smelling lunch and dinner menu items, you can purchase Pennsylvania-made food and goods to go. Radish & Rye is a food hub that brings organic, artisan, and small family farm food to the city… Read On

A Very Harrisburg Holiday: This Christmas, shop for gifts that are not only sold locally, but made locally

by Ann Knaus · TheBurg ·

It’s possible to shop for almost everyone on your list with a single visit to the Broad Street Market in Harrisburg, where an array of vendors offers everything from food products to beautifully handcrafted items…… Read On

Here’s Why You’re Wrong About Harrisburg

by David Landsel · Food & Wine ·

Every now and then, I have this thing where I like to drive over to Harrisburg, specifically the Broad Street Market, a fixture in Pennsylvania’s state capital, just to see what’s doing. Here since the mid-1800’s, which isn’t even all that long, not in Mid-Atlantic market terms, you will find, in not one but two appealing old market halls… Read On

A Day In Hip, Cool Midtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Reverberations ·

Don’t underestimate Harrisburg. The capital city’s Midtown neighborhood will make you rethink what you think you already know. The neighborhood is rich with a farmer’s market with an internal food court, art galleries, street art and an independent bookshop that puts the rest to shame…… Read On