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Ambler Farmer’s Market Opens for 4th Season

Now entering its fourth season, the Ambler Farmer’s Market opened on Saturday, May 7th at 9 am. Each season we have grown in size, vendor wise and customer wise and this season promises to be no different!

All of your old favorites are returning so you can expect the quality and selection that only the Ambler Farmers’ Market can provide.  As always, you can make the Ambler Farmers’ Market your “one-stop shop” for your weekly groceries. Local produce, local meats, dairy, baked goods and other locally produced artisanal items abound! This season we will have even more vendors to choose from while still maintaining the level of quality you have come to expect.

Expect a new look this season as the market takes over the entire Septa parking lot we have called home since the beginning. Don’t fret, new areas of parking will be available! We will provide ample notice and signage to direct patrons to available parking. This is definitely an upgrade!

Finally, those who became accustomed to having a locally sourced sustainable brunch while shopping, will be happy to know that Chef Steve Waxman will once again be offering the Trax Restaurant Outdoor Café! Chef Waxman has cultivated a bountiful relationship with market producers, the fruits of which are passed on to customers via a hot, delicious, locally sourced meal – fuel for your market exploits.

We look forward to year four of the Ambler Farmers’ Market! Be sure to visit our Facebook page and Market blog for vendor updates, programming announcements and more. Who else is excited?!

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PARKING IN AMBLER

Because Ambler has the busiest train station on the R5 rail line, we use meters for regulating parking. When commuters park their cars all day in the downtown, they take spaces away from our shoppers and visitors. The meters will help free up convenient spaces for shoppers and other visitors. That's the why of meters, now here's how to take advantage of them:

AMPLE NUMBER OF SPACES
247 spaces in the three Borough lots
146 spaces on the street within one block of downtown.

THREE CONVENIENT LOTS
On Lindenwold at Butler Ave., Cavalier at Butler Ave., and Butler at the Train Tracks

BARGAIN RATES
SUNDAYS AND AFTER 6 PM ARE ALWAYS FREE.
WEEKDAYS ARE ALSO FREE FROM 12-2PM
Fifty cents buys you 1 hour of parking on all meters