West Ward Market

**Now Open!**

West Ward Market

Wednesdays, June 1 – September 28, 3-7 p.m.

N. 12th & Northampton Streets, Easton

Mission

The purpose of the West Ward Market (WWM) is to provide fresh, high-quality food products directly to the consumer. WWM strives to support local agriculture as well as West Ward businesses. The WWM seeks to address food insecurity and equity in the neighborhood, providing economically accessible food products. WWM offers artists and crafters an outlet for sale of their handmade products, and may serve as an incubator for emerging West Ward businesses. The WWM aims to be a social gathering space for all, connecting the neighborhood around locally focused, fresh food products.

The West Ward Market (WWM) is a subsidiary of the Greater Easton Development Partnership (GEDP), a registered 501(c)(3) organization.  The WWM is governed by the Easton Market District Advisory Council (EMDAC) who reports to the GEDP.  The West Ward Market maintains its own rules, regulations, and criteria for vendor admission, but shares management and works in conjunction with the Easton Farmers’ Market (EFM), the Easton Public Market (EPM), and the West Ward Community Initiative (WWCI).