1. BECOME A VENDOR
2021: Applications now closed.
2022: Applications will open January 7, 2022 and close February 18, 2022.
We have a strong preference for local ingredients, and fresh products that change with the season. For all Non-Growers, a component of your product offerings must be locally sourced. Local sourcing means the ingredients were grown or raised on a local farm. Local sourcing does not include reselling from a local distributor or retailer. To submit an application, first click the button "Info for All Applications", then click one of the 2 "Application" buttons to fill out an application online. Contact with any pre-application questions.
A common reason an application may be denied is that the market is already saturated in certain categories, such as:
• Soap, body care products
• Milk, cheese
• Pet treats
• Hot sauce, jams, jellies
• Maple syrup
• Baked goods made with white flour and refined sugar
• Landscaping plants, perennial plants
• Olive oil or cooking oils
2. BECOME A VOLUNTEER
Now accepting volunteers for our 2021 season!
We welcome volunteers of all ages. Below are some common volunteer opportunities, but feel free to email us to design a custom volunteer role!
Setup & Tear-down: Unload items from trailer (folding tables, plastic storage boxes), pitch the pop-up tent, hang signs.
Info Tent Staff: Provide customer service, sell market merchandise, answer customer questions, and take photographs of customers & products. Time Commitment: 2.5 hour shift.
Counters: Help us count how many customers attend the market. Time Commitment: 2.5 hour shift.
Special Events Staff: Help on-site with special events.
Fundraising Staff: Reach out & educate constituents about how the Lansdale Farmers' Market supports our local economy and serves the community. Volunteers in this role should be comfortable speaking with businesses and/or individuals about soliciting gifts. Great opportunity for individuals who have previous experience in fundraising and development for non-profits. Time Commitment: Year Round, on your own schedule.