Ligonier Country Market

Western PA's largest and oldest producer only market. Over 130 vendors weekly set up from 8-Noon every Saturday from Mid May through the first Saturday in October. Vendors are equally distributed between fresh produce, fruit, poultry, meats, bedding plants and perennials. Many of our farmers sell heirloom varieties of tomatoes and other vegetables. Most employ organic methods of farming and promote sustainable agriculture. There are also fresh baked goods, hot prepared foods of many varieties and beverages available. Local artisans bring jewelry, quilts, pottery, wood crafts, hand blown glass and more. Penn State Master Gardeners have created a beautiful garden at the entrance to the Market with the help of local volunteer youths. In 2012 we added our Kid's Garden to promote eating locally and educating children about where their food comes from. The Market also has an annual ChristmasMarket the Saturday after Thanksgiving located inside LigonierValley YMCA.

Listing last updated on Feb 13, 2014

Weekly Special Features include music, A Kid's Connect Corner, youth organizations, book signings, cooking demonstrations, a hula hoop contest and more! Come with the family and help to create the Kid's Garden. Check the website for weekly events and the latest news about the market.



Schedule and Location:

Corner of Springer Road and West Main Street. Ligonier, PA
Saturday mornings 8-Noon
Mid May through the first Saturday in October



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I love to buy local! Happy to support Ligonier and other local farmers and craftsmen. Feels good to lesson the carbon foot print.


Vast variety of items to choose from! Quality in every tent! Friendly attitudes of vendors and willingness to teach/share information. Wonderful way to spend a Saturday morning!


The things they offer the public are always first quality. There is always a variety of things to choose from and the people who are offering the various things for sale have nice personalities and are interesting to talk with.

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