Is the Green Dragon still open or is the market effected by COVID-19?
Everything is back to pre-pandemic normals.
What are the Green Dragon Farmers Market’s hours?
The Market hours of operation are every Friday from 8AM to 8PM.
Is the Green Dragon open on holidays?
Yes! Unless Christmas falls on a Friday, the Green Dragon is open normal hours every Friday, year round. This includes Good Friday and Black Friday.
Is the Green Dragon open any other days of the week?
No. The Green Dragon is open only on Friday.
Do you have special parking for RV’s/Motorhomes?
Yes! We permit RV’s to be parked on a grassy area at the rear of the market from Thursday at Noon until Saturday at Noon. Currently, there is no charge for this parking.
We have yard sale items to sell. How do we go about doing that?
Yes, see the “Becoming a Vendor” page!
Do you have any indoor spots available to rent?
Rarely. Since those spaces are in high-demand,we suggest you stop into the main office to inquire on a Thursday or Friday or see out “Becoming a Vendor” page. If there is nothing available at that time, we can add you to our waiting list. When a spot becomes available, we will contact you to see if the space meets your specifications.
Do you have ATM’s on the market grounds?
We have two (2) ATM’s in the Green Dragon office. You can withdraw up to $200.00, in $20 increments, twice a day. The fee is $2.50 per transaction.
What is your pet policy? Are dogs allowed?
Pets are NOT allowed on the property. Exceptions are certified service or guide animals. While this is Green Dragon’s policy, it should also be noted that it is a PA State Law that pets are NOT allowed inside buildings where food is prepared.
Do you provide wheelchairs or electric scooters?
We do not have electric scooters or wheelchairs for rent at this time.
What is the origin of Green Dragon?
Noah Burkholder started the Green Dragon on March 11, 1932, but not as we know it today. The business, at that point, did not yet have its present day name. It all started in what we now call building number three as a garage and a repair shop. From there, it became a restaurant for a short time before turning into a tavern called “Schreck’s.” “Schreck’s” was a speakeasy and dance hall that entertained many of the regions prominent business men of that era. Those two buildings still stand today.
Where did the name Green Dragon come from?
One day Mr. Schreck was walking on the boardwalk in Atlantic City when he saw a restaurant named “Green Dragon” and thought that would be a great name for his business.
Is the Market Handicap Accessible?
We have plenty of handicap parking spots throughout our property. All seven (7) of our main buildings are handicap accessible. The restrooms in building #1 and building #7 are handicap accessible.
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