Upcoming Market Events, Workshops, Classes and Pop-Ups
Upcoming events and classes are listed below (click on the event link for registration information) or view the entire EPM calendar HERE
First Taste: Cooking with Scraps
Eat your way through a cookbook with this uniquely interactive cookbook event featuring newly a newly released cookbook and its author live via Facebook Live, plus an on-site chef demo and tasting, all at the Easton Public Market.
Cooking with Scraps by Lindsey-Jean Hard
Saturday, October 27th | 2:30 – 4:00pm
FREE Event featuring a chef demo, author Q&A via Facebook Live, and a Tasting.
All participants receive 20% off the price of the cookbook at the event offered by Easton’s Book & Puppet Co.
Kids in the Kitchen with Chef Ada – October Classes
‘Kids in the Kitchen’ with Chef Ada Chandler focuses on building the culinary confidence of your child through kid-friendly classes, demonstrations, and interactive events. Chef Ada will teach your child how to prepare each yummy item through a combination of hands-on, observation, and taste testing — with a lot of fun mixed in! Parents check in your child at the Kitchen and then feel free to shop the market while class is in session!
- FOR KIDS AGES 7-11 | SUNDAY 10 – 11:30 am in the EPM Kitchen
October 7 | Cinnamon Apple Rings with caramel dipping sauce
October 14 | Pumpkin Pie Bites
October 28 | Halloween Sugar Cookie Cake
Morning Conversation on Food
Wednesday, October 17th | 9-10 am
Free | No Registration Required
Join the Easton Hunger Coalition for a discussion on food insecurity/food insufficiency for local seniors at the Easton Public Market Community Room. Come early to grab a coffee, then join the discussion with representatives from Meals on Wheels, Second Harvest and United Way.
Healthy Living Wednesday
Wednesday, October 17th | 2-3 pm
Free | No Registration Required
Healthy Living Wednesdays in the EPM Kitchen! Join the Easton Hospital nutrition team in the EPM Kitchen this Wednesday as they prepare a “Leaner Lo Mein.” Nutritionists Amy Romberger and Alison Unger will prepare a lower calorie lo mein dish packed with fresh vegetables from the Farmstand and will talk about the nutrition benefits of all of the ingredients.
Ladies Night Out in the EPM Kitchen
Friday, October 19th | 6:00 – 8:00pm
$55pp | Limited to 10 seats
Ladies, here is a fun way to spend time and make some fabulous memories with your girlfriends. Chef Ada Chandler will teach you how to make four great seasonal appetizers while you sip on four different varieties of wine from Tolino Vineyards.
Recipes available for you to take and create at home for your upcoming holiday parties. Don’t miss it! Click here to register.
- Pumpkin Ricotta and arugula
- Bacon blue cheese caramelized onions
- Mini hummus and roasted pepper bites
- Thai chicken salad wonton cups with peanut sauce
Saturday, October 20th | 10am to 12noon
$25pp | Limited to 10 Seats
Nutritionist Tammy Westney’s popular Kombucha-making class is back! Tammy says kombucha is extremely easy to make. In this class you’ll learn about your microbiome and how fermented food can enhance microbial diversity. You’ll also learn how to care for your own SCOBY so that you can look forward to years of kombucha making in your own home.
Only a few seats remain – click here to register.
Yoga & Brunch
Sunday, October 21st
$22/person | Limited 15 seats
Join Alicia Rambo of Easton Yoga and Sarah Hinsch of Greenmouth Table at the Easton Public Market for a healthy and delicious start to your Sunday! Alicia will guide a one-hour gentle morning flow to wake your body up and Sarah will prepare a nutritious breakfast to enjoy at the end of class.
Click here to register.
Halloween Cookies & Storytime
Friday, October 26th | 5 pm to 7 pm
Cookie Workshop – $5pp | Storytime – Free
No Registration Required
It’s a wicked good time at the Easton Public Market. Your child will decorate cookies to enjoy with their secret potion hot chocolate, and enjoy their treats while they listen to some ghostly (but friendly) stories.
Collection Every Saturday behind EPM 9am – 1pm
Heard the news? Easton has started its very first residential compost program. Composting, a way to recycle nutrients from organic materials back to the soil, cuts food waste and greenhouse gas emissions. Our program is all about Easton: we’re working together for a greener community, additional learning opportunities, activities and events, and partnerships. We can’t wait to see what we achieve together. Click here for more information.