Outdoor Market hours, 8:30am - 1:30pm
Our weekly produce vendors anchor the Market and bring you farm fresh goodness all season. Shop your favorite vendors on Saturday for the best local ingredients for your fall recipes.
Roasted brussel sprouts add some green to a platter of roasted root vegetables and kale chips make a healthy snack that many kids love to eat. Try butternut squash bread for an seasonal alternative to pumpkin bread or work on perfecting your apple pie recipe!
In other vendor news, Dashing Star Farm returns this Saturday with free-range pastured lamb, sausage, bacon, and a variety of wool items. Chevreaux de la Grange will be back next week with hand-crafted goat milk personal care products.
Make Nested Rose Bowls with Nancy Bauch of White Forest Pottery in the program tent, this Saturday from 10:00am-12:00pm. Nancy will share her foolproof method using Sculpey to make a set of 5 nested bowls that resemble a rose. If you are interested in learning this technique using porcelain, you can ask her about her studio workshop later in the afternoon.
Next Saturday, join us for kids' music and family fun at our Fall Finale at Boscobel!
And remember that we are moving indoors on November 5th to the Parish Hall St. Mary-in-the-Highlands!
We hope you can join us for the
Cold Spring Farmers' Market's
15th Annual Community Dinner.
WHAT: Great fun, food & drink
WHERE: Garrison Institute, 14 Mary’s Way,
Rte 9D at Glenclyffe, Garrison