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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.
Kinderhook Farmers Market
Village Square and Green Street
Saturdays, 8am–12pm, June 6 through October 12
Find fresh vegetables, fruits, and flowers.
*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; www.kingstonfarmersmarket.org
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; www.lagrangeny.org/farmers_market.php
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; www.millbrookfarmersmarket.com
*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; www.neccmillerton.org/farmers.htm
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; www.hhvfarmersmarket.com
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.
*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.
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; www.newpaltzfarmersmarket.com
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.
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; www.pbinc.org/revitalization