The BLVD Farmers’ Market will switch to summer hours next week

LANCASTER – Starting Thursday, May 3, the BLVD Farmers’ Market will switch to its summer hours of 3 to 8 p.m.

The BLVD Farmers’ Market is held year-round on Thursdays in downtown Lancaster, along The BLVD between Date Avenue and Fig Avenue. It currently includes more than 25 vendors, with the intention of expanding to 50 vendors in the near future.

Products offered at the farmers’ market include fresh fruits and vegetables as well as a variety of delicious foods, including sweet potato pies, fresh baked breads, goat cheese, fresh honey, unique salsas and sauces, and prepared foods such as Greek and Latin cuisine.
The BLVD Farmers’ Market is also an excellent place to purchase unique gifts and accessories, such as one-of-a-kind handmade jewelry, hand-woven baskets, customized dog tags and more.

For more information regarding The BLVD Farmers’ Market, visit or call (661) 723-6077.

(Information via press release from the City of Lancaster.)