UNC Farmers Market

UNC administers two year-round farmers markets.

United Neighborhood Centers of Northeastern Pennsylvania (UNC) Farmers Markets host two weekly, year-long farmers in the South Side of Scranton and Carbondale. Both markets accept SNAP/EBT and have support from the Food Bucks program. 

To get involved with UNC Farmers Markets, contact Holly Yorkonis, Assistant Director of Community Revitalization at (272) 228-1366.

South Side Farmers Market

Saturdays from 10am – 1pm at 530 Cedar Avenue at the corner of Alder Street (outdoor location) and 509 Cedar Avenue (indoor winter location (mid Oct- mid May) 

As part of our work to revitalize the South Scranton neighborhood, and to address a lack of local access to fresh, affordable food, UNC created the South Side Farmers Market in 2010.  Since that time, the market has expanded to a year-round indoor/outdoor market that draws hundreds of people on a Saturday.  The Market offers locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, as well as eggs, meat, and baked goods. 

Visit our Facebook page.

Carbondale Farmer Market 

Thursdays from 3pm – 7pm at 185 Fallbrook Street in Carbondale (year-round location) 

UNC’s Carbondale Farmers Market is located at UNC’s Fallbrook Apartments & Healthy Aging Campus. The market offers locally grown fruits and vegetables, eggs, meat, baked goods and booths featuring the works of local artisans. 

Visit our Facebook page.

Both of our farmers markets accept SNAP Benefits and participate in the Food Trust Food Bucks program. Spend $4 in SNAP/EBT benefits and receive and additional $2 in Food Bucks for fresh produce, with no weekly limit.