The vendor fair on Church Street has not just local farmers on site, but everything from honey products, skin care, and vegan snack bars to custom art and curative plants.
The summer market in the Willow Kiln Park behind Rosendale Theatre features fresh meats, cheese, microgreens, vegetables, mushrooms, wines, and more.
A large variety of vendors sell locally-grown eats, specialty foods, wellness items, baked goods, craft beverages, plants, and gifts in the County Courthouse parking lot, with entrances on John and Wall streets.
This Sunday market, in the TR Gallo Park, showcases hyperlocal farmers, a butcher, provisions makers, and food vendors alongside the Rondout Creek.
Saugerties Farmers' Market
Enjoy live music and prepared food while picking up all your farm-fresh groceries on Maple Lane.
Indoor Season: December- April, 10am-2pm at VFW Hall
Amenia Town Hall hosts a wide selection of bakers, farmers, and other specialty food growers.
Join us every Sunday, as local farms and businesses of the Harlem Valley gather together to offer a selection of locally made products.
Fine crafts, local fruits, vegetables, and live music at the market across from Hyde Park Town Hall.
May-December: every Saturday, 9am-2pm
January-April: 2nd & 4th Saturday, 10am-2pm
The kid-friendly market at Village Green has over 35 vendors and artisans, farmers from New York and neighboring Connecticut, plus a free petting zoo.
Find everything from flowers and body care products to vegetables, seafood, frozen meat, charcuterie, cheese, and flour at Roeliff Jansen Park in Hillsdale.
Indoor season (February 6-April 17): Saturdays, 10am-1pm
Outdoor season (April 24-November 20): Saturdays, 9am-1pm
The county’s largest market, located on 6th Street and Columbia, Hudson Farmers Market features dozens of vendors for all your grocery needs. Qualified vendors accept EBT & WIC.
Hudson Wednesday Market
May 26-October 27
The Hudson Wednesday Market celebrates its 7th year at 7th Street Park in 2021, bringing together a dozen or so vendors, both farmers and artisans. Some returning vendors include Common Hands Farm, Trixies Oven, Tivoli Mushrooms, Flower Blossom Farm, Pogliani Select, Crumble & Melt, and others.
Set on the Village Green, this family-friendly farmers' market offers a wide variety of goods: produce, naturally raised meats, free-range eggs, baked goods, flowers, bedding plants, honey, maple syrup, jams, draft beers, and crafts, plus kids activities and live music.
Windham Farmers Farmers' Market
May 30-October 10
May 21-October 29
Fridays, Senior hour 9am-10am; general public 10am-5pm
Head to Village Square for fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, dairy products, wine and spirits, soaps, seasoning, jerky, Polish food, and dog treats.
The Village of Monroe’s commuter parking lot hosts a range of vendors from picklers and hot sauce makers to wineries and traditional farmers.
Middletown’s Business Improvement District hosts food, herb, and beauty vendors at the intersection of Cottage Street and Railroad Avenue.
Every Saturday, 10am-2pm
In conjunction with Healthy Orange, Newburgh Mall features all kinds of vendors selling jam, butter, salsa, locally-grown produce, and homemade items.
Newburgh Farmers' Market
June 12-November 20
Every Saturday, 9am-2pm
Catch over 20 vendors selling delicious foods at the epically beautiful Boscobel House and Gardens in Garrison. Stay for a picnic on the lawn and enjoy sweeping Hudson River views.
Head to Tompkins Corners Cultural Center to buy from an array of local farmers.