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Arlington Farmers Market

Collegeview and Raymond Avenues, Vassar College Alumnae House Lawn
Thursdays, 3pm–7pm, June 17 through October 28
Features fresh produce, spices, crafts, salsas, and baked goods from approximately 20 local vendors.
(845) 559-0023

*Beacon Farmers Market
Beacon ferry dock or indoors at the Sloop Clubhouse
Sundays, 10am–4pm, year round
Market highlights include Honey Locust Farmhouse's new skin care line, Tierra Farm (a certified organic seed and nut roasting company), and Block Factory Tamales, a new vendor in 2010. Also find an array of fresh fruits and vegetables, pottery, wine, baked goods, and locally raised meats.
(845) 597-5028;

Brewster Farmers Market

208 East Main Street in the municipal lot
Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9am–2pm, through November
Along with seasonal produce, enjoy fresh flowers, herbs, soups, pasta, eggs, cider, vegan baked goods from the Groovy Baker, and more.
(914) 671-6262;

Catskill Farmers Market
Main Street at Catskill Point Park
Saturdays, 9:30am–1:30pm, June 19 through October 30
Vendors offer local fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, artisanal breads, cheeses, and crafts to name a few.
(518) 622-9820

Chatham Real Food Market Co-op
15 Church Street (Route 203) at the Chatham Real Food Market Co-op
Fridays, 4pm–7pm, June 4 through October 15
Spend an afternoon enjoying live music, kids activities, prepared foods, and an array of local produce and goods. The Co-op, founded by Community Agriculture of Columbia County, works to re-localize food and create a sustainable land-based economy. For more information on joining to Co-op visit
(518) 392-3353

Cold Spring Farmers Market
Around the corner from The Nest, Route 9D at the former Butterfield Hospital
Saturdays, 8:30am–1:30pm, through December
Besides seasonal vegetables and fruits, visit local vendors selling fresh honey, maple syrups, flowers, eggs, cheeses, candies, homemade pies, cookies, and breads. Market specialties include fruit, chocolate, and nut tarts from Dutch Desserts, popsicles from Go Go Pops & Go Go Joe, and milk from The Hudson Milk Company.
(845) 265-2386;

Cornwall Farmers Market

183 Main Street at Town Hall
Thursdays, 9am–2pm, July through October
Select from a variety of fresh, local fruits, vegetables, and more.
(845) 534-0626

Ellenville Farmers Market

Market and Center Streets
Sundays, Noon–4pm, June 4 through October 29
We accept WIC checks and Seniors checks; [email protected]; New crafts and foods vendors are welcome.
(845) 688-0424

Fishkill Farmers Market
Route 52 at the Main Street Plaza
Thursdays, 9am–3pm, June 18 through October 29
Features special events, fresh fruits, vegetables, and other local specialties.
(845) 897-4430

Florida Farmers Market
Junction of Route 17A and Route 94
Tuesdays, 11:30am–5:30pm, June 22 through October 26
Over 10 vendors offer local fruits and vegetables, wines, pickles, pastas, seafood, meats, baked goods, prepared foods, and much more. The market also has two specialty tents each week, one highlighting a local businesses or not-for-profit organization and the other, “The Merchant of the Week.” Also stop by for special events held throughout the season.
(845) 325-7025

Gardiner Farmers Market
Route 44/55 at Gardiner Gables
Thursdays, 3:30pm–7pm, June 18 through October 15
A sister organization to the New Paltz Farmers Market highlighting Gardiner's farms.
(845) 255-5995

Goshen Farmers Market

Village Square, Main Street (Route 207) and South Church Street
Fridays, 10am–5pm, through October 29
Over 20 local farms and vendors offer produce, sauces, soups, fish, baked goods, wines, soaps and more. The market has been a recipient of the Orange County Tourism/Orange Arts grant since 2005, creating the “Homegrown Music Concert Series.” The season ends with the Harvest Festival on October 29.
(845) 294-7741;

Highland Farmers Market
Vineyard Avenue (Route 44/55)
Wednesdays, 3pm–7pm, June 23 through October 20
Find local produce, flowers, homemade breads, jams, jellies, and much more.
(845) 235-4771

*Hudson Farmers Market

North 6th and Columbia Streets
Saturdays, 9am–1pm, through November 20
Along with a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables, the market offers maple syrup, honey, milk, eggs, cheese, mushrooms, fresh breads, prepared foods, and wine from Hudson-Chatham Winery, Columbia County's only winery. The market features numerous special events and cooking demonstrations by Eat Smart New York.
(518) 828-7217;

Hyde Park Farmers Market
Route 9 Drive-In
Saturdays, 9am–2pm, June 5 through October 31
Try local fruits, vegetables, and more on the site of the historic Hyde Park Drive-In.
(845) 229-9111

Kinderhook Farmers Market

Village Square and Green Street
Saturdays, 8am–12pm, June 6 through October 12
Find fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers.
(518) 758-1232

*Kingston Farmers Market
Wall Street, between North Front and John Streets
Saturdays, 9am–2pm, through November 20
Gadeleto's Fresh Seafood Market, Gardiner Eucalyptus, and Highland Farm's venison, buffalo, and elk make up a few of the market's eclectic mix of vendors. Also find fresh produce, cheese, baked goods, desserts, breads, coffee, quiche, flowers, and more. The market offers a crafts show on John Street the first Saturday of each month. Other special events include “Make Your Own Sauerkraut,” the Tomato Festival and Senior Citizens' Day.
(845) 853-8512;

LaGrange Farmers Market
Route 55 at the LaGrange Town Center/M&T Bank Plaza
Saturdays, 9am–2pm, June 13 through end of October
Some vendors include breads and baked goods from Beth's Best Creations, maple syrup and honey from Remsberger's Maple Farm and Apiary, cheese from Sprout Creek Farm, and an array of fresh, local vegetables from Fino Farm. The market, usually at the LaGrange Town Center, begins the season at LaGrange Community Day at Freedom Park.
(845) 452-2911;

Millbrook Farmers Market
Franklin Avenue and Front Street at the Tribute Garden parking lot
Saturdays, 9am–1pm, through October
In addition to seasonal fruits and vegetables, probiotic herbed cheese, rustic French tarts, artisanal vinegars, all natural salad dressings, and barbeque sauces are a few of the market's highlights. Visit local artisans offering hand-crafted furniture, quilts, lip balms, handmade Shaker-style baskets, and lavender products.
(845) 677-4304;

*Millerton Farmers Market

Dutchess Avenue between Main Street and Century Boulevard at the Millerton Methodist Church
Saturdays, 9am–1pm, through October 30
Listen to live music and find a variety of fresh produce along with kim-chi, sauerkraut, yogurt, eggs, cheese, herbs, flowers, and baked goods. This season, the market will feature a table staffed by students from the North East Community Center. Along with working at the market and learning entrepreneurial skills, students will have the opportunity to work at participating farms including Pine Hill Farm, Four Brothers, and Adamah Project.
(518) 789-4259;

Milton/Heart of the Hudson Farmers Market
Route 9W at Cluett-Schantz Memorial Park
Saturdays, 9am–2pm, July 11 through October 31
There are plenty of special events like Kids Day, A Taste of the Market, live music, and cooking demonstrations. The market features local produce, wines, artisan cheeses, breads, cookies, pastries, apple cider, and gourmet items.
(845) 464-2789;

Newburgh Farmers Market
Route 9W and South Street at Downing Park
Tuesdays and Fridays, 12pm–6pm, July through October
Come enjoy Newburgh's Downing Park while shopping for fresh, local fruits, vegetables, and more.
(845) 565-5559

*Newburgh/Healthy Orange Farmers Market
131 Broadway next to House of Refuge
Tuesdays, 9am–2pm, July 6 through November 2
A mid-week market to replenish your supply of fresh, local fruits, vegetables, and other goodies.
(845) 568-5247

New Paltz Farmers Market
24 Main Street in the Rock and Snow parking lot
Sundays, 10:30am–4pm, June 12 through October 31
New additions this year include preserves, chutneys, butters and salsa from Solomon's Rose, and granola from Platte Clove Naturals. Plus produce, apple cider donuts free range eggs, heirloom vegetables, goat's milk, fudge, jams, jellies, and artisan breads.
(845) 255-5995;

Peekskill Farmers Market
Bank Street between Main Street (Route 6) and Park Street
Saturdays, 8:30am–2:30pm, June 12 through November 20
Find local vegetables, fruits, and more.
(914) 737-2780

Philmont Farmers Market

Corner of Main and Elm Streets in the Albert Tripp Center parking lot
Sundays,10am–1pm, June 13 through October 3
The market, part of Philmont Beautification Inc.'s Main Street revitalization project, features foods and crafts produced within a 15 mile radius of town. Try specialties like artisanal farmstead cheeses, sugar free jams, handmade chocolates, croissants, maple syrup, honey, and wine along with local fruits and vegetables. Hang out at the cafe area and to enjoy live music and watch cooking demonstrations from local chefs.
(518) 672-7556;

Pine Bush Farmers Market
Main and New Streets behind the Crawford Cultural Center in the municipal parking lot
Saturdays, 9am–2pm, through October 16
Strawberry Day, Sweet Corn Festival and the 10th Annual Tomato-Me-Crazy name a few of Pine Bush's Special Market Days. In addition, each week features live music and highlights work from a local artist. Enjoy homemade breads, produce, pies, desserts, and more.
(845) 744-6763;

Pleasant Valley Farmers Market

Route 44 at Maggiacomo Lane in the Key Food Plaza
Fridays, 3pm–7pm, through September; 3pm–6pm, September through October
Enjoy fresh, seasonal produce, baked goods, flowers, and more.
(845) 635-3918

*Poughkeepsie Main Street Farmers Market
Main Street, half a block east of Market Street in Mural Park
Fridays, 10am–3pm June 4 through October 29
This historic market offers cooking demonstrations, theme days, live music, and a variety of treats and prepared foods from Janet's Jerk Shop, Mole Mole, Rose Randolph Cookies, and more. Visit The Poughkeepsie Farm Project's stand for chemical free vegetables, herbs and fruit or Three Sisters Farm for Mexican speciality crops. The market now accepts credit and debit cards.
(845) 473-1415;

Rhinebeck Farmers Market

61 East Market Street in the municipal parking lot
Sundays, 10am–2pm, through Thanksgiving
In the mood for probiotic ice cream, wild boar, Pecorino Stagionato or local champagne? Stop by this award winning market to pick up delicacies, fruits, and vegetables from over thirty-five Hudson Valley producers. Each week find local music, tables with featured community groups and organizations, cooking demonstrations, and other special events.
(845) 679-7618;

Rosendale Farmers Market
1055 Route 32, Rosendale Community Center and Recreation Center
Sundays, 9am–2pm, June 7 through November 1
The kids can run around the playground or swim in the pool while you browse over 16 vendors, listen to live music, and visit booths offering community services and gardening advice. Besides local produce, specialties include fresh mozzarella, crab cakes, pickled vegetables, and organic fruit leather.
(845) 658-3467 or 845-339-0819;

*Saugerties Farmers Market

119 Main Street in the Cahill School parking lot,
Saturdays, 9am–1pm, through October 16
Besides free cooking demos and tastings, come to the market for Cornell Cooperative Extension's Master Gardener Program, the “Arts in the Marketplace” series, and “Agri-Arts by Art Lab, an art program for children using market veggies. Explore over twenty vendors to find produce, jarred goods, locally raised meats, smoked salmon and trout, pesto, organic, fair trade chocolates, cornbread, and more.
(845) 246-6491;

Stuyvesant Farmers Market

55 Riverview Street at the Stuyvesant Railroad Station grounds
Fridays, 4pm–7pm, through September 24
Enjoy shopping for heirloom veggies and other produce, baked goods, grass-fed organic beef and pork, eggs, crafts, handmade greetings cards from the Stuyvesant-on-Hudson Garden Club, and more on the banks of the Hudson River. Each week hosts a speaker or special event. Purchase a tee shirt or tote bag to support the Railroad Station Restoration Committee.
(518) 758-6474;

Sugar Loaf Farmers Market

1371 King's Highway at Romer's Alley
Saturdays, 9am–4:30am, June 5 through late October
Farmers and artisans within a 25 mile radius of Sugar Loaf supply produce, flowers, cheese, butter, eggs, milk, salsa, chips, breads, and much more.
(914) 420-7823

*Walden Farmers Market

Scofield Street on Village Square in front of Village Library
Fridays, 12pm–4pm, June 24 through October 28
Find fresh, local fruits and vegetables, vinegars, spices, bee pollen, pickles, olives, jams, baskets, jewelry, and handmade herbal soaps, lotions, and salves to name a few. Visit the Village Tent for local goings on and browse used books at the Josephine-Louise Public Library's area.
(845) 778-2177;

Warwick Farmers Market

Off Main Street in the South Street parking lot
Sundays, 9am–2pm, through October 31
Famous for its Black Dirt fields, Warwick is home to Orange County's oldest farmers market. Stop by for a variety of produce, wines, breads, jams, jellies, cheeses, seasoned teas and lemonades, and see local chefs give demonstrations (and free samples). In addition to live music and weekly events for children and families, the market will continue the Community Partnership series started in 2009 which features local businesses and not-for-profit organizations.
(845) 987-9990;

Woodstock Farm Festival Farmers Market
6 Maple Lane
Wednesdays, 3pm–dusk, through October 28
Try locally grown and ground grains from Wild Hive Farms, homemade caramel apples from Wright Orchards, speciality potatoes from RSK Farms or prepared to order vegetarian meals from Vegetable Oasis along with fresh fruits, veggies, and more. Along with approximately twenty vendors to visit, the festival always has music, kids and community activities going on.
(845) 679-7618;

All markets listed participate in WIC/Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP)

*Accepts SNAP (Food Stamps) Benefit Cards


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