Sherri’s newest soap, Moon Dance, will be available on Wednesday. Moon Dance smells like a crisp fall evening with hints of apples, leaves, and a touch of rain. Pumpkin Spice is now available in lotion, soap, lip balms, and room spray.  Sherri will also have in stock her line up of sweet-smelling soaps, lotions, and other body products. 

Please pre-order all of your favorite soaps (bar or foaming), lotions and creams, bug spray, lip balms, and a huge variety of skincare products on the website BotanicalBubbles.com and then look for a confirmation email. Sherri will also have a limited amount of product available for sale at the market.
Peg will return this week with her wonderful produce. She will be bringing basil, zucchini, red and yellow onions, garlic, peppers, white potatoes, sweet potatoes, green and yellow beans, kale, red beets, tomatoes, cherry and grape tomatoes, cabbage, a variety of winter squash, leeks, broccoli, cauliflower, radishes, arugula, green and red mini romaine, jack-be-littles, and small pumpkins. Customers can choose from pre-packaged produce, as Peg is not accepting pre-orders. Please note that Blueberry Hill is a cash-only vendor.
George will return to the market this week with all the dishes you’ve come to know and love from Bria and Latella’s.

Though George will offer on-site sales, customers are encouraged to email George at glatella@comcast.net with pre-orders, questions, or special requests and may pay via credit card, Venmo, cash, or check (made payable to Bria and Latella). Items available for pre-order include soups (vegetarian options available), entrees, sauces, and Italian cookies. Please click here for ordering information and a list of products and pricing. Pre-orders are requested by 8 pm on Tuesday.
Liam and Kimmy will be bringing squash, salad mix, arugula, kale, ginger, sunflowers and more.

Customers can place pre-orders via a new ordering site https://www.localline.ca/clifford-family-farm. Please note, users do have to create an account to log-in and should choose pick-up location as Oakmont Farmer’s Market. Pre-orders are requested by Monday evening. Produce will also be available for purchase at the market.
Pam will return to the market this week with all of Conebella’s aged cheeses, fresh mozzarella, yogurt smoothies, cultured butter, cheese spreads, Greek yogurt and cheese curds, which are made from the milk from their Ayrshire cows in Chester County. Pre-orders and pre-payment are always an option, but we will have additional dairy products available for purchase. Please order through our website, www.conebellafarm.com, and indicate pickup at the Oakmont market or email your order, gable@conebellafarm.com.  
Deer Creek Malthouse will return to the market this week. This week Deer Creek features a new granola bar, which is available here for next week’s market.

Customers are strongly encouraged to pre-order; however, select items will be available for on-site retail. To purchase at the market, Deer Creek is limited to electronic payment and will not accept cash or check. The cutoff for pre-orders is Tuesday at noon. Customers can pre-order at Deer Creek’s online store and upon checkout should select Oakmont Farmer’s Market as the pickup location. Call (717)-746-MALT or email  markets@deercreekmalt.com with any questions.  
GRACE WINERY Grace Winery will return to the market this week with local wines.  To learn more about the winery, visit them online at: gracewinery.com/winery
Axel will be returning this Wednesday to bring his much-loved meat.  You can now reserve a fresh turkey for Thanksgiving online with a $20 deposit. You can choose from sizes from 10-25 lbs, a heritage turkey (6-12 lbs), a goose, whole turkey breast, or leg quarters.
This week Lindenhof features spicy chicken sausage in breakfast links. Try these links for a great way to wake up or enjoy for a spicy supper. 
Go to lindenhoffarm.com to place your pre-order for beef, pork, fresh chicken, duck, lamb, and eggs. Pre-orders are requested to be in by Tuesday at noon; however, Axel is offering on-site sales for the market as well. 
MY HOUSE COOKIES  Marie will return to the market this week with her delectable baked goodies including quiches, cookies, scones, pies and more.  
Patrick will be returning on Wednesday with his flavorful artisanal salts and pickles. He will be bringing his four newest products this week- Deli-Style Garlic Dill pickles (32oz container for $10), Deli-Style Dill Chunks (16oz container for $6), Deli-Style horseradish chips, and Pickle Brine for cocktails, marinades or salad dressings (16oz for $4). Although Patrick will offer on-site sales, he will also have the following items available for pre-order: Classic Dill pickles, Lime Tarragon pickles, Zesty Habanero pickles, Curry Caraway Ginger pickle chips, Turmeric Fennel carrots, Pickled Okra and a new item- Spicy Giardinera. He will also have Triple Wood-smoked sea salt, Brittany grey salt with herbes de Provence, Curry Caraway Ginger Sea Salt, Charred Pine Salt, and Himalayan Pink Salt with Chili Blend.

Customers can pre-order and pre-pay at New Road Brinery’s website https://newroadbrinery.com/. Customers should choose Oakmont Farmer’s Market for pick-up at check out. Pre-orders are requested by Wednesday at noon.
This week at the market you’ll find your favorite fall veggies including crunchy, colorful carrots. As for fruit? Sorry – there may not be any. Mother Nature has thrown all of us a whammy this year, from COVID to fires and hurricanes to (in this area) devastating spring frosts and too much water in June/July. 2020 is difficult every which way, and we appreciate your support and understanding as ALL of us navigate this year. Wondering about Gold Rush ordering? Stay tuned – info is due out next weekend or thereabouts.
Ali will be back with more locally-grown seasonal flowers. Bouquets will be full of dahlias, zinnias, cosmos, and celosia. Head to our online shop to see more offerings and place a pre-order:  https://twobuddingflorists.wixsite.com/website/shop.
Brent will be at the market this week with WoodsEdge alpaca and llama clothing, as well as their honeys and beeswax candles.  
Made from WoodsEdge alpaca fiber, born & bred in the Garden State, our alpaca socks have been named by our customers as the “Best Ever”. These socks are a must for all four seasons – they keep your feet super warm in the winter and wick moisture away during the summer. Boston & NYC marathon runners, as well as hunters and contractors, swear by WoodsEdge socks. Along with 78% all-natural alpaca, they also contain a bit of Lycra & Spandex which makes them easy to care for and machine washable and dryer safe. 
Be sure to stop by the Oakmont Farmers Market and purchase a pair or two – your feet will thank you.