Southbridge Popup Farmers Market

Join us this summer (2017) on select Saturdays at the Southbridge Popup Farmers Market!  This farmers market features discount produce that has been grown without chemicals by community members.  All proceeds support the market and community garden. SNAP will be accepted.  The Popup Farmers Market will be held at the Southbridge Community Garden (406 S. Heald Street, Wilm.) To learn more, please visit or contact Wayne Marshall at (302)384-0967 or

Saturday, May 6 and 20, 12-2pm
Saturday, June 3 and 17, 12-2pm

popup-flyerSouthbridge Youth Farm Stand

Southbridge youth are learning how to grow and cook, fresh and healthy, chemical-free vegetables. To help raise money to support the garden program, local youth will be selling the veggies they grew themselves at a discount price. In addition, more than a dozen community and health organizations, and craft and food vendors will provide health screenings, cooking demonstrations, local crafts, and delicious foods. There will also be free food, fun prizes, and live music, and SNAP/WIC will be accepted! To learn more, please visit or contact Randi Novakoff at (302) 737-6205 ext. 111 or

The Youth Farm Stand will be held indoors at the Neighborhood House, 1218 B Street, Wilmington on the following Fridays: May 12, 3-6pm; June 9, 3-6pm; Aug 11, 4-7pm; Sept 8, 3-6pm

Youth Farm Stand Flyer

Southbridge Community Garden

Founded in 2011 by the South Wilmington Planning Network (SWPN), in partnership with the Neighborhood House Inc, SCG aims to provide local residents with the knowledge, skills and tools to grow their own healthy and organic fruits and vegetables.  Garden members participate in free monthly workshops, workdays, community dinners, a popup farmers market, youth farm stand, and other events. To learn more or signup for a plot in the garden, visit


Southbridge Youth Garden Program

The Southbridge Youth Garden is an after school program at the Neighborhood House.  An offshoot of the Southbridge Community Garden, the youth garden program aims to demonstrate, through hands-on learning, that growing healthy, chemical free vegetables is easy, fun, inexpensive and delicious. It also aims to develop small business, money management and entrepreneurial skills. These goals are accomplished through cooking demonstrations, farm visits, a monthly youth-led farm stand, and weekly garden lessons.