June 18- June 25
This week's market is the Rock Hill Farmers' Market, located at 223 Rock Hill Drive in Rock Hill, NY.
The Rock Hill Farmers' Market runs 10am-1pm, rain or shine, every Saturday from June 2 to September 29. The market is sponsored by the Rock Hill Business and Community Association.
Products: Local vegetables, hard cider, wine, fruits, eggs, chicken, maple syrup, honey, fresh cut flowers, cheese, baked goods and much more!
Pure Catskills Vendors:
Natural Valley Kitchen
Aaron Burr Cider
Beaver Dam Brook Farm
Diehl Homestead Farm
M & S Farm
The Bake House
Somewhere In Time Farm
Features: Live music under the Gazebo, public bathrooms, accepts FMNP (Farmers market nutrition program) & Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program Coupons (Accepted by Beaver Dam Brook Farm, Somewhere In Time Farm, Trapani Farm & Winterton Farm). Check out the events page for a different event for shoppers every Saturday!
Directions: Exit 109 off of Highway 17! Follow signs.
June 11 - June 18
This week's market was the Hobart Farmers' Market, held every Friday at the Town Hall, 101 Maple Avenue, in Hobart from June through September, from 4 to 7pm.
The Hobart Farmers’ Market is a community-based marketplace that provides the best in local food in the Catskill region.
Pure Catskills Vendors:
Abbas Acres (Cobleskill) - Chicken, Eggs, Vegetables
Buck Hill Farm (Jefferson) - Maple Products, Vegetables, Cheese, Yogurt
Dog Foodie (Margaretville) - Granola (for people and dogs)
Fall Brook Farm (Roxbury) - Vegetables, Eggs, Honey
Fantasy Fruit Farm (Afton) – Fruit
Ramble Bramble Farm (South Kortright) - Vegetables, Eggs
Weinland Farm (Hobart) - Pastured Beef
Chris' Homemade (Gilboa) - Baked Goods, Preserves, Herbs
Elk Meadow Farm (Westford) - Maple Products, Honey
Evelyn Aguirre (South Kortright) - Usborne Books, Personalized Clothing Items
Fork in the Road (Hobart) - Food Truck
Green Acres Garlic Farm (Jefferson) - Vegetables, Honey
Jules Wrenne (Hobart) – Knitwear
Lastop Farm (East Meredith) - Asian Vegetables, Edible Flowers, Quilts, Soaps, Portraits
Roam on the Range (Hobart) - Goat meat, Goat Hides, Vegetables
Rosemarie Petzold (Hobart) - Photographs and Handcrafts
Weathered Hill Farm (South Kortright) - Lamb Meat, Chicken, Vegetables
Features: Live music.
Questions: Farmers, artisans, and crafters who are looking for an opportunity to join the market can contact email@example.com and provide your information (what you’d like to sell, what days of the season, etc.).
June 4 - June 11
This week's market was the Lexington Farmers' Market, located on Route 42 in Lexington, NY in the Lexington Municipal Building Pavilion.
The Lexington Farmers Market opens on Saturday, May 26 in 2018 and runs every other Saturday through October 27, from 10 - noon. 2018 dates this year are May 26, June 9, 23; July 7, 21; Aug. 4, 18; Sept. 1, 15, 29; Oct. 13, 27. Late Holiday Farm & Gift Market December 8th.
Products: Goods include craft beer from West Kill Brewing; local produce and fruit, maple syrup and maple products, berries, honey, beef, pastured poultry, pork, lamb, eggs, mushrooms, conventional and organic produce, garlic, jams, chutneys and value-added products.
Other Vendors Include:
Bulich Mushroom Farm
Elementals– Herbal Soaps & Sundries
Maple Hill Farm
North Settlement Natural
Features: Covered: rain or shine. Free. No dogs under pavilion. Special events planned. Guest artists and artisans welcome for scheduled appearances. Contact the market manager.
Directions: From Prattsville east or Hunter west on 23A to Route 42 in Lexington. Route 42 goes through the hamlet and turns left to cross the Schoharie and right again towards Shandaken. Approximately 3 miles from 23A is the Lexington Municipal Building. We meet under the pavilion on the grounds. From Route 28, turn on Route 42, and about 13 miles on.
Questions? Contact Bonnie Blader, firstname.lastname@example.org 518-989-6211
May 28 - June 4
The Weekly Franklin Farmers’ Market, located in front of Chapel Hall (25 Institute Street, off of Main Street), across from the Franklin Central School.
Sundays 10 am - 2 pm, Opening day is Memorial Day weekend, Sunday May, 27th till Columbus Day weekend, Sunday, October 7th.
Some of the items for sale from local vendors include:-Grass-fed beef and pork, veal, rabbit, bacon, chops, sausages, chicken (whole and halves), fresh eggs
-Produce and herbs: blueberries, lettuces, onions, carrots, squash varieties, zucchini, scallions, beets, kale, chard, collards, potatoes, broccoli, garlic, oregano, basil, sage, and thyme
-Plants: annuals, perennials, herb and vegetable starters.
-Herbal tea blends and freshly brewed iced nettle tea.
-Organic breads, croissants, ciabatta, cinnamon buns, cardamom twists, rolls, and more
-Maple syrup and maple syrup products, honey, cheeses, jams, jellies, granola, and fudge
-Goat-milk soaps and lotions, vegan soaps, and herbal skin care products
-Beeswax, jelly-jar, and votive candles, flowers, and floral products
-Artwork and crafts by local artists, including paintings, posters, and leather jewelry
-Grilled gyros, lemonade, and iced tea
Products: Open-aired market offering local goods, including meats, vegetables, fruits, eggs, cheese, maple and honey products, breads, baked goods, plants, coffee and special events.
Pure Catskills Vendor:
Other Vendors: Cordwood Acres, Elk Meadows Farm, Enough… and a Little Bit More Farm, Fokish Farm, Hare & Feather Farm, Thorn Cottage Farm, Wheat Hill Farm
-Some vendors accept EBT/ SNAP payments.
-There is no charge for admission
-Plenty of free parking,
May 21 - May 28
This week's market is the Cooperstown Farmers' Market, located at 101 Main Street, Pioneer Alley, Cooperstown, NY 13326.
Cooperstown Farmers' Market is open every Saturday year round. The market draws thirty vendors from within a fifty mile radius, providing a wonderful array of local foods and hand-crafted items. The live music and seating area have made the market a community gathering place where old friends meet and new friends are made. See the website for hours of operation and special events.
January through April, 10am to 2pm;
May through August, 8am to 2pm; and
September through December, 9am to 2pm,
and on Tuesdays: June through August, 12pm to 5pm
Products: Make one stop at the market to find everything you need to enjoy our diverse local bounty. Thirty growers, producers, and artisans, all located within 50 miles, provide your weekly staples including fresh seasonal produce, pasture raised meats, handmade breads, artisan cheeses, grass-fed milk and free range eggs. Round out your shopping list with honey, flowers, wine, maple syrup, sweet treats, artisan crafts and more!
Features: The only heated indoor farmers’ market in the region, the Cooperstown Farmers’ Market operates year round, rain or shine. SNAP and FMNP Accepted~
*Now offering FreshConnect Checks! Spend $5 in SNAP and receive a $2 FreshConnect Check.
The Farmers’ Market features local musicians every Saturday, May through December.
Pure Catskills Vendors:
Berry Brook Farm, Black Willow Pond Farm, Byebrook Farm, Girasole Farm, Le Marais Chocolat, L’ouvriere Candle Studio, The Maiden’s Creamery, Middlefield Orchard, Nectar Hills Farm, Painted Goat Farm, Weathertop Farm.
Vendors: Arabeth Farm, Ariginal Art, Ark Floral, Art Far, Black Cat Bakery, By the Handful, The Cabbage Cove, Clarkshire Farms, Dutchayr Fibers and Mimikis Wooly Bears, Dye Wear, Earth & Sky Glassworks, Gaia’s Breath Farm, Glimmerglass Alpacas, Hand Knits, Heller’s Farm, The Herb Cupboard, Italian Cookie Home, Jacqueline’s Spinning and Weaving Studio, Karla Andela Pottery, Lapps Produce, Laura’s Chocolates, Lilac Hill Farm, Mappy Oakley, Mill Hollow Maple, Mint Spring Farm, Mountain View Dairy, Pail Shop Vineyards, Paper Wolf Design, Rock Hill Farm, Sharon Springs Granola Company, Solstice Hill Farm, SOVA Farms, Star Field Designs, Summers End Orchard, Tech Tamer Woodworks, Terracotta Republic, Wildwoods Woodturning, Windfall Design.
Questions: Contact the Market Manager, Shannon Kirch, at email@example.com or 607-547-6195.