Peak Market Season is Starting!

Welcome back our regular season vendors and winter recluses over the next month! New vendors this season will be veggies, furniture and we are working on getting mushrooms back at the market!

Last week on the Day after Earth Day Celebration, we had an exciting beginning of this summer season. Lets continue encouraging our local family.

On April 23rd at our regular spot (249 Little League Blvd., Williamsport) the event will start at 8AM and will be active for 4H30.

Williamsport Growers Market


Welcome Bastress Mountain Winery

According to its website, “Bastress Mountain Winery is a beautiful, independently-owned winery just outside of Williamsport in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania. In an area known for gorgeous rolling hills and river access, Bastress is notable for its property as well as its product—which is a historic space for both tastings and events.

In early 2018, the winery and its sister company, Mountain Top Distillery, were purchased by Frank and Sarah Kudlack—a husband-and-wife entrepreneurial team with a history of successful business ownership and deep ties to the local region.”

This year, the Williamsport Outdoor Growers Market Association welcomes Bastress Mountain to its vendor family. We are excited about the variety of wines available, about rounding out our stable of vendors with new, different products, and about Bastress Mountain’s commitment to community and entertainment at their local site.


Bicycle Recycle at Market

This Saturday, Scott Williams of Bicycle Recycle will be on hand at the Pine St. end of market to answer your cycling questions and perform simple maintenance on your cycles!

Bicycle Recycle is part of Factoryworks, a Williamsport non-profit. Their shop is located at 1307 Park Ave. You can check out their facility during their open hours on Monday & Wednesday 6 – 9 p.m.

At Bicycle Recycle, you can

  • Repair your bike. We have tools and people to help.
  • Build a bike or fix up an old one using recycled parts. Earn by volunteering,
  • Learn bike repair skill. We offer classes.
  • Donate or buy a bike.
  • Volunteer to support us and the bicycle community.

Stop by and see Scott for more information!