South Side Farmers Market to be Open All Winter in Scranton

Members News

United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania’s (UNC) South Side Farmers Market is in its 5th year operating as Scranton’s only year-round farmers market. The Market is open every Saturday from 10am – 2pm at 509 Cedar Avenue, the indoor winter location. This Saturday, October 20th, we move to our indoor location. We will celebrate our move indoors with healthy snack sampling including Beta Bread Pizza and Canned Classics’ Crostini with Chutney!


The South Side Farmers Market offers organic produce including a variety of greens, pasture-raised eggs, and a variety of meats at the market all winter long.  Bread and baked goods, raw honey, canned sauces and salsas and other natural and organic food products are available at the market. The market also features guest vendors which include natural soap and body products, plants and more. Some featured vendors are Fullers Overlook Farm, No Bull Ranch, Quails-R-Us, Beta Bread Bakery, Mid-Valley Organics, Canned Classics, The Anthill Farm, Tortilleria el Buen Amigo and more!  


We proudly accept SNAP/EBT benefits and offer a matching Fresh Produce Double Dollar Program (up to $15/ weekly) when customers use their SNAP benefits at the market.


For more information, please contact Chrissy Manuel at 570-346-6203.

About United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania

United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania (UNC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to assessing and meeting the needs of low-income families, youth, and senior citizens in Northeast Pennsylvania.  The agency’s mission is to work together with neighbors to provide services and create opportunities that empower individuals and build strong, interdependent communities. The agency accomplishes this mission through six programmatic departments (Community Services, Child Care, Youth Programs, Active Older Adult Programs, Community Education & Revitalization, and Community Health) and a Housing/Community Development Corporation. Through this diverse programming, UNC uses an innovative wrap-around approach to address the emerging needs of the community it serves.