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Sunday, 3-26
Callicoon is a ‘producer only market’ meaning all vendors either grow or produce their own goods and operate within 75 miles ensuring patrons are only purchasing the freshest, highest quality, locally produced goods. When you shop our farmers’ market, you help support a local economy, keeping money within our towns and communities.
Sunday, 3-26
Join friends and family on Sundays this March for another season of Sugaring Off Sundays at The Farmers' Museum in Cooperstown, New York. The weekly event begins March 6 and continues each Sunday during the month (March 5, 12, 19, and 26), offering contemporary and historic maple sugaring demonstrations, children's activities and more. A full pancake breakfast including scrambled eggs, sausage, and home fries is served from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with all other activities scheduled 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Thursday, 3-30
“Local Beef in Local Schools” is Farm Catskills' first event in its 2017 Farm-to-School Talk Series. Ken Jaffe and Julia Van Loon of Slope Farm to School will discuss how and why they have partnered since 2012 to bring local, sustainable beef to New York state school cafeterias. And there will be a tasting! Farm Catskills' own “Cow to Cafeteria” project, bringing local beef to Delaware County schools, will also be introduced. Attendees will also get to sample beef tacos.
Sunday, 4-23
Join Erin Coyle Ethier for our 2nd in a series of workshops offering information on the safe & practical use of herbs for Health & Wellness.
Saturday, 4-29
  Held annually at the end of April and praised as the state's largest craft beer festival as well as the largest single-state craft beer event in the nation, TAP New York features hundreds of beers from over 120 breweries throughout New York State. 
Saturday, 5-20
The Lexington Farmers’ Market is located on Route 42, under the pavilion at the Lexington Town Building. Accessible from Route 23A or 28, it takes place every other Saturday, from May 20 through October 21, 10 am–noon. Goods include craft beer growlers from West Kill Brewing; organically grown and conventional produce; garlic; herbs; mushrooms; cheese; meat; eggs; maple products; honey; fruit; coffee; pastured and grass-fed, poultry, lamb, pork; grass fed/grain finished Black Angus beef; jam; baked goods; takeaway chili, sandwiches, and snacks. Covered: rain or shine.
Saturday, 5-27
Free Family Saturdays Come enjoy a field trip for families with special hands-on activities for kids.  Take a kid-focused guided tour of the Mill’s historic water-powered sawmill, gristmill and woodworking shop, and see how water powers the mill and its century-old machines.
Sunday, 6-4
The weekly Rosendale Farmers’ Market, located behind the Rosendale Theatre, 408 Main Street, Rosendale, NY. Opening date is Sunday June 4 and Final Market Sunday Oct 29th from 10 AM–2 PM, with a full roster of favorite and new vendors. Every market includes conventional and organic products, free coffee and teas, live music, and quality hands-on children’s activities to keep kids engaged while parents shop and to teach them about healthy foods and the environment. The market accepts EBT/ SNAP payments.