The Pine Grove Mills Farmers Market is a producer-only market that provides access to fresh, healthy foods, support growers and producers, and serves as a community gathering place.
We believe that community is what makes us different. Bring your family out on Thursday evenings to find all your fresh local favorites and catch up with friends and neighbors outdoors in the sunshine.
The Pine Grove Mills Farmers Market is located in the St Paul Lutheran Church parking lot at 277 West Pine Grove Road on the west end of Pine Grove Mills Pa. The market is open every Thursday from 3-7 pm until September 28.
The market is managed by our market manager, Angela Corcoran, with the help of community volunteers under the direction of a market steering committee. Again this year, the market accepts SNAP/EBT and distributes Food Books as an added benefit.
EVENT The Brazilian Munchies Food Truck will be on site August 3. Jen Anderson will hold an Art is all Around jewelry demonstration and sale.
The Tait Farm Harvest Shop is a unique destination throughout the year. In addition to being the showcase for Tait Farm Specialty Foods and local food products, we represent the work of many artisans. Along with seasonally inspired goods and gifts for the kitchen, home and garden, the shop is always changing and promises to be fresh and new with each visit.
The Tait Farm Greenhouse is truly the “secret garden” for our region. An ideal stop for the cottage and kitchen gardener, we strive to be recognized for the quality of our plants, products, and customer service. Choose from a great selection of seeds, herbs, vegetable seedlings and other backyard edibles, as well as unusual annuals and unique perennials that include heirloom roses, pollinator and native plants. We also offer gardening supplies, a variety of exceptional pots, planted containers, and decorative stoneware that will add beauty to any garden design.
Saturday, July 29 1 - 3pm | Artist Christine Stangel Christine Stangel will be demonstrating various hand-built pottery techniques along with creating leaf imprinted wall hangings using a porcelain slip application. C S Stangel Pottery is locally handcrafted in Boalsburg, PA and made from the heart.
Market, meals-to-go, buffet, solar carport, fresh baked goods.
Thank you for letting us be a part of your Shopping Experience for the past 25 years. As a Family-run business, we thank your Family for supporting us, and pledge to provide you with the most competitive prices, friendly associates, and pleasant environment! You are the most important part of our business!
We are a family-owned grocery market that has been serving the Penns Valley area since 1992. It is our dedication to providing Great Products, Low Prices, and outgoing and friendly associates, to help meet your family’s needs. It is our belief that once you enter our store you are the most important person there! With the addition of this new and improved web site, we invite you to take the opportunity to help us serve you better.
The Beaten Path opened in June of 2020, by co-owners Carol Bickle and Jennifer Philippoff. The shop is home to an ever-changing mix of art, antiques, furniture, lighting, collectibles, jewelry and everything in between. The eclectic mix of unusual, whimsical and useful treasure is carefully curated and very affordable. Bickle/Philippoff are passionate about their business and are forever "on the hunt" for new and interesting pieces to to offer in this one-of-a-kind curiosity shop.
EVENT Saturday, July 29 local jeweler Richard Winebold will be doing repairs and replacing watch batteries. Enjoy music and refreshments.
GIVEAWAY $25 Gift Certificate+a secret item
HOURS Wednesday. through Saturday - 10am to 5pm and some Sundays. 814-422-8000
Farm Tour | Outdoor Activities | Children's Activities
Common Ground Farm has been in the Zuck Family since 1986. The farm originated in 1854 and is now 120 acres, including the original farmhouse and wooden bank barn. We have always farmed organically, in partnership with nature, and enjoy sharing our farm and experiences with others. We grow organic heirloom vegetables and native trees and shrubs, and raise heritage breed chickens for eggs.
Saturday, July 29, 10-11 am - Flower Arranging with Farmer Katie.
Friday, August 4, 7-8 pm - Sound Meditation Experience with Masha Schmidt of DayDream Collaborative Clinic and Farmer Katie.
Nature and Bird Watching Our farm is a great place to view birds and wildlife. Great blue herons enjoy our pond and bluebirds and robins nest in our gardens. We commonly see brown thrashers, kestrels, vultures, red tailed hawks, woodpeckers, phoebees, barn and tree swallows, orioles, mourning doves, gold finches, cardinals, titmouse, twohees, and many more! Look for wildflowers and native plants, too: Joe pye weed, jewel weed, black-eyed Susan, ostrich ferns, Queen Anne's lace, red clover, evening primrose, yarrow, St. John's wort.
Worldwide Workers on Organic Farms (WWOOF) For more than 20 years we have hosted WWOOF volunteers from all over the world. WWOOFers will be on hand to talk about their experiences and provide information about how the organization links volunteers with host farms in the US and abroad. https://wwoofusa.org/
Think We not Me (TWnM) When Covid arrived, public markets closed. We had a lot of plants and produce with nowhere to go. The team at Think We not Me stepped in to help us donate thousands of pounds of produce and hundreds of plants to local families in need during the 2020 and 2021 growing seasons. TWnM connects volunteers with local farmers to help plant and harvest donated produce. They also organize transportation of the fresh vegetables from farms and gardens to 25 distribution points in Centre County. We will have TWnM representatives and information about food access, garden donations, and volunteer opportunities. https://thinkwenotme.org/