2012 Farmers Markets in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam

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Every year before the farmers markets open, we forget.

We forget how a real strawberry — one grown right here and picked hours before market — tastes sweet and fresh. We forget how tender baby lettuces can be; how crisp and peppery are the first radishes.

So thank goodness for June. Nearly all our markets — more than 30 this year — are back.

And besides the chance to buy local produce, hormone-free meat, crusty bread and delectable sweets, there’s another reason to remember to shop at farmers markets: a sense of community.

It’s a thrill to welcome back familiar farmers, fishmongers, bread bakers, cheese makers — even the musician strumming guitar while you shop.

Community is one reason the Mahopac farmers market opened in the parking lot of Temple Beth Shalom, Rabbi Eytan Hammerman says.

“You’re supposed to be connected to your food as much as possible,” he says. “This goes back thousands of years.”

For a similar reason, personal chef Karen Symington Meundell and her family opened a new market in Yorktown this year. The market is a nonprofit one, and Meundell donates the proceeds to a local charity of the week, or COW. (Get it?)

Yorktown and Mahopac are the only new markets this year, but two markets have changed a bit: The Market@PepsiCo in Purchase is under new management and has moved to Wednesdays; the Cold Spring Market has moved to the grounds of Boscobel, which has really “upped the picnic potential,” says market manager Steven Bates.

But really all markets have picnic potential. So get out there and enjoy those strawberries, lettuces and radishes. The just-picked, only-in-summer flavors will come rushing back to you — we promise. Note: The online version of this article at LoHud.com lists the vendors at each market.

Tuesdays

Hudson Valley Hospital Center: 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesdays July 31, Aug. 28, Sept. 25, Oct. 30 and Nov. 20. Parking lot fronting on Crompond Road/Route 202. 914-734-3794. www.hvhc.org. Vendors: Bracco Farms, W. Rogowski Farm, Continental Organics, Glynwood Farm, Hemlock Hill Farm, and farm-raised meats from Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center.

Wednesdays

Brewster: 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays June 6 through Nov. 17. Brewster Village Hall parking lot at the intersection of Route 22 and Route 6. 914-671-6262. betterbrewster.org. Vendors: Missy’s Farm Stand & Greenhouse (produce); Ryder Farm Cottage (organic produce; Tello’s Farm (eggs); Brewster Pastry; Clean Ridge Soap.

Croton-on-Hudson: 1:30-6:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Nov. 21. Municipal lot on Municipal Place and Riverside Ave. 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Baked by Susan, Doctor Pickle, Go-Go Pops, Meredith’s Bread, Migliorelli Farm, Newgate Farms, Pika’s Farm Table, Pura-Vida Fisheries, Stone and Thistle Farm, and Trotta Foods. New vendor to market: John D. Madura Farms.

Irvington: 3:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesdays through October, in the back lot of the Main Street School (101 Main St.). 914-478-8068. irvingtonfarmersmarket.net. Vendors: Big Girl Baking Co.; Chutney Masala Bistro (prepared Indian food); Clean Ridge Soap Co.; Dutch Desserts (tarts); Flourish Baking Company; Fork and Glass Catering (prepared foods): The Cookery’s DoughNation (wood-fired pizza); Gaia’s Breath Farm (organic meat, charcuterie); Honey Locust Farm House (herbs, produce, fruit); Mr. G’s rotisserie chicken; Lasagna Preziosa (prepared foods); JD Gourmet (flavored & herb-infused olive oils and vinegars); Little Croc Bakehouse (gluten-free, vegan lemon bars, brownies and more); Madura Farms (produce, mushrooms); Orchards of Concklin (fruit, pies); Panzarella Foods (mozzarella, breads, champagne crab cakes); Pickle Licious; Pura Vida Fisheries (fresh fish from the Hampton Bays); Red Barn Bakery; Rich Brownies (from sea salt to sweet potato); Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture (produce, pasture-raised chickens) Tiny Hearts Farm (flowers); Tierra Farms (organic nuts); True Food (prepared foods).

Mahopac: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays at 1085 Route 6. 845-628-6133. (A Sunday market is in a different location.) Vendors: Rowland Family Farm, Home Sweet Home Bakery, The Fish Guy, Daniel Madura Farm, From the Ground Up Farm, Yokohama Market, Wave Hill Breads, Meredith Breads Smellz Good, Maura & Nuccia, Personal Scents by Yvette, and Honeybrook Farm.

Purchase: Market @ Pespcio 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays through Nov. 17, Pepsico, 800 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase. 914-589-0946. Vendors: All You Knead (breads, pastries); Black Lab Naturals (granola); Bombay Emerald Chutney; Cascade Mountain Winery; Clean Ridge Soap Co.; Doc Pickle; Flourish Baking Co.; Green Mountain Energy; Hummingbird Ranch (honey); Little Croc Bakehouse (gluten-free); Maupston Design Studio (handspun yarn); Maura & Nuccia (pastries); Morgiewicz Produce; Mostly Myrtle’s (sweets); North Winds Lavender Farm; The Orchards of Concklin; Panzarella’s (prepared foods, mozzarella); Pika’s Farm Table (quiches, tarts); Rock Hill Bakehouse (breads); Veritas Farm (organic produce); What’s Poppin’ Kettle Korn.

Spring Valley: 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Wednesdays July 11 through November 14. Corner of parking lot below Spring Valley Post Office at Route 45 and N. Church Street. Vendors: Alex’s Tomato Farm, J. Glebocki Farms, Migliorelli Farm, and Tierra Farm.

White Plains: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesdays through Nov. 23. Corner of Court and Quarropas streets. 914-422-1336. Vendors: Bob Gianserra (bread); Big Girl Baking Company; Tierra Farm (organic nuts); Amelia’s Farm; Mirabelle Cheese; The Cheese Guy; Rolling Ridge Farm; Rue des Crepes; Maui Wowi (smoothies); Doc Pickle; S&SO Produce; Mead Orchards; Iron Tomato; Panzarella; Scotty’s Country Kitchen; Alex Tomato; Meredith Bread; Westchester Green.

Thursdays

Nyack: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursdays through Nov. 23 (except on the Wednesday the day before Thanksgiving). Parking lot in front of Riverspace, between Main Street and Artopee Way. 845-353-2221. nyackchamber.org. Vendors: Bill Batson Arts; Bluefield Farm (flowers, plants, seedlings); Dines Farm (chicken, beef, pork); Doc Pickle; Gardiner Eucalyptus Co.; Go-Go Pops; Hook Mountain Growers (in May and June only); Hummingbird Ranch (honey); Horn of Plenty/Meredith’s Bread; Nanny’s Cookies; Orchards of Concklin (fruit, pies); Panzarella Foods; Pie Lady & Son; R&G Produce; Taliaferro Farms (organic produce); Taiim Falafel; Valley Shepherd Cheese Co.; Warwick Valley Winery.New this year: Kiernan Farms grass-fed beef and pork (starting June 14).

Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market at Phelps: 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Thursdays through mid-November. Rockwood Hall parking area, north of Phelps Memorial Hospital, Route 117, Sleepy Hollow. 914-366-3937.

Yonkers: St. John’s Church Farmers Market: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Thursdays July 5-Nov. 15. 1 Hudson St. 914-963-3033. stjohnsfarmersmarket.blogspot.com. parish@stjohnsgs.org. Vendors: Healthway Farms (vegetables, fruit), Sleepy Hill Orchards (vegetables, fruit, plants), Maple Ridge Produce (vegetables, fruit), plus a variety of vendors selling fashion, craft and household items.

Fridays

Dobbs Ferry: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Fridays, June 1 through November 16. Cedar and Main streets. 914-231-8502. www.dobbsferryfarmersmarket.com. Vendors: Westchester Greenhouses and Farm (vegetables, flowers, exotic fruits); Big Girl Baking Co.; M&M Italian Provisions (meats and cheeses); The Cookery’s Doughnation (fresh pizza from local ingredients).

New Rochelle: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Fridays June 22nd through November 16. Library Green, Huguenot Street and Lawton Street. 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Acevedo’s Farm, Alex’s Tomato Farm, Dagele Brothers Produce, Meredith’s Bread, and Tierra Farm.

Putnam Valley: 3-7 p.m. Fridays, June 22 to Sept. 28, Grace United Methodist Church, 337 Peekskill Hollow Rd, 845-528-0066. putnamvalleyresidents.com. Vendors: Homestead Farm (produce, plants, flowers, honey); Cheryl Michner (free-range eggs, goat cheese, yogurt, maple syrup, maple products and petting zoo); Toni Speno (baked goods, hand crafts); Eric Arctander (tapenade, olives, spices, Provencal bread and Amish cheeses); Victor Tishup (organic vegetables and herbs); Maureen Bloesch (baked goods, unique egg art); Megan Fiori-Johnny Gelato (a variety of gelato flavors); Linda Cascioli (handmade necklaces).

Yorktown Heights: Farm Stand at Hilltop Hanover Farm and Environmental Center, 1275 Hanover St. 914-962-2368. 10-6 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays through Oct. 19. www.hilltophanoverfarm.org. Vendor: Hilltop Hanover is Westchester’s only county-owned working farm, a 60-acre spread straddling Hanover Street. While it is not certified organic, farmers use organic methods. As a farm stand, not a farmers market, expect the offerings to vary as the season progresses. As the season gets under way, expect to find herbs, scallions, collard greens, kale, bok choy, beets, Swiss chard, greens, lettuce and spinach. Later, expect a rotating array of produce grown on the premises. Sugar-snap peas are a favorite. The farm is open seven days a week for trail-hiking and picnics and for school groups to let kids get in touch with the soil. Corporate events are also held there.

Pocantico Hills: Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture Farm Market, 630 Bedford Road. 914-366-6200. stonebarnscenter.org. 1-4 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Nov. 18. Vendors: Stone Barns Center farm vegetables (salad mix, arugula, escarole , radishes, herbs, edible flowers), pastured-eggs, and meat (pork, lamb, grass-fed beef, chickens). Vegetable and meat selections will change through the summer. Other vendors include baked goods from Pie Corps (on Saturdays only).

Saturdays

Brewster (See Wednesday.)

Bronxville: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 17. Stone Place at Paxton Ave. 914-337-6040 or mim5950@gmail.com. Vendors: All You Knead (breads); Black Lab Naturals (granola); Bombay Chutney; Cascade Mountain Winery; Clean Ridge Soap Co.; Doc Pickle; Flourish Baking Co. (baked goods); Green Mountain Energy Co.; Guyank Brand (hot sauce); Hummingbird Ranch (honey, maple syrup); Joseph Fisheries Corp. (fresh-caught fish from Montauk); Little Croc Bakehouse; Maupston Design Studio (yarn from New York state animals);Maura & Nuccia (desserts); Morgiewicz Produce; Mostly Myrtle’s (biscotti and cookies); North Wind Farms (lavender); The Orchards of Concklin (fruit, pies); Panzarella Foods (prepared foods, mozzarella); Pika’s Farm Table (quiche, tarts); Rock Hill Bakehouse; Shireforge Farm (vegetables and greens); Veritas Farms (pasture-raised meats, organic vegetables); Yona’s Delights (baked goods).

Chappaqua: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 17. Chappaqua Train Station, 914-478-8068, chappaquafarmersmarket.org. Vendors: Amazing Real Food Co. (cheeses); Big Girl Bakery; Bombay Emerald Chutney; Bread Alone; BuddhaPesto; By the Way Bakery; Flour City Pasta; Flourish Baking Co.; Fork and Glass (seasonal prepared foods); Gaia’s Breath Farm (organic meat); Honey Locust Farm (honey, herbs, teas); Hudson Valley Duck; Joe’s Mozzarella; Kings Roaming Angus (beef); Kontoulis Olive Oil; Lasagna Preziosa; Little Croc Bakehouse (gluten free baked goods); Madura Farm (produce, mushrooms); Morgiewicz Farms (greens, produce); Newgate Farms (produce); Orchards of Concklin (fruit, pies); Picklelicious; The Pie Lady and Son; Pura Vida Fishery; Ready, Set, Sharp (knife sharpening); Renee’s Jams; Rich Brownies; Ronnybrook Farm Dairy; Spice Revolution (spices, rubs, seasonings); Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture (produce, chickens); Taiim Falafel (falafel, hummus); Tierra Nuts; True Food of Nyack (prepared foods).

Cold Spring: 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 17. Grounds of Boscobel, 1601 Route 9D, Garrison. 845-265-3611. www.csfarmmarket.org. Vendors: Adair Vineyards; All You Knead Artisan Bakers; Bread Alone; Breezy Hill Orchard & Cider Mill & Knollcrest Farm (apples, cider, pies and other baked goods); Chevreaux de la Grange (bath and body products); Dutch Desserts (tarts); E.B.’s Golden Harvest (honey, maple, vegetables); Four Winds Farm (organic vegetables, chicken, beef, lamb and pork); Fresh Company at the Market (grab and go food); Full Moon Farm (grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken); Go-Go Pops & Go-Go Joe (popsicles, fair-trade coffee, biscuits); Grammy’s Garden, (flowers); Hudson River Apiaries (honey); Kessman Farms (vegetables); Krazy for Kazu’s (dressings and marinades); Lanza Farm & Three Chicks Sugar Shack (maple syrup, and maple related products, baked goods); Liberty Orchard (fruit, preserves, juices); Madura Farm (mushrooms, vegetables); Magic Baking (savory baked goods); Morgiewicz Produce (vegetables); Seatuck Fish Co. (from Montauk); Shawangunk Growers (nursery plants); Simply Valley (cheeses, bread, smoked trout); Warwick Valley Winery; Whitecliff Vineyards; Willow Ridge Farm (heritage breed turkeys).

Hartsdale: 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 19. Hartsdale Train Station. 914-693-2935. Vendors were not available at press time.

Hastings-on-Hudson: 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 17. 7 Maple Ave. (in the library parking lot, but parking is suggested in the Metro-North commuter lot). 914-478-8068, hastingsfarmersmarket.org. Vendors: Bombay Emerald Chutney Co. (chutneys, samosa); Bread Alone bakery; BuddhaPesto; Clean Ridge Soap Co.; Coach Farm (cheese); Cowberry Crossing (meats, produce, eggs); The Cookery’s DoughNation (wood-fired pizza from The Cookery’s hef-owner David DiBari); Dutch Desserts; Flourish Baked Goods; Fork and Glass Catering (seasonal prepared foods); Grammy’s Gardens (wildflowers, hanging plants, herbs); Guyank Brand (hot and sweet pepper sauces); Hastings Station Cafe; Honey Locust Farm House: Hudson Valley Duck; Hummingbird Ranch (honey, beeswax); Kontoulis Family Olive Oil; Lasagna Preziosa (homestyle lasagna); Let it Bee; LIttle Seed Gardens (organic produce); Madura Farms; Meredith’s Bread; Morgiewicz Produce Inc.; Mountain Products Smokehouse (smoked cheeses, bacon, fish, meats); Orchards of Concklin (fruit, pies); The Pie Lady & Son; Panzarella (mozzarella, crab cakes); Pickle Licious; Pika’s Farm Table; Pura Vida Fishery; Ready, Set Sharp (knife sharpening); Red Jacket Orchards; Roaming Angus Farms (grass-fed beef, free-range chickens, bacon, eggs); Tailiaferro Farms (organic produce); Tierra Farm (nuts); Table d’Hote crepes; True Food of Nyack(organic prepared foods).

Katonah: John Jay Homestead Farm Market, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Oct. 13. 400 Jay Street, Katonah. 914-232-5651, Ext. 108, johnjayhomestead.org. Vendors: Amba Farms (mixed greens, herbs, fruit); Burren Farms bath and body products): Cabbage Hill Farm (vegetables, eggs, pasture-raised heritage beef and pork); Clean Ridge Soap Co.; Conant Valley Jam Co.; Front Yard Coop (chicken coops); Gaia’s Breath Farm (meat and produce); Guyank Brand (hot sauce);Healing Home Food (raw and gluten-free); I & Me Farm (herbs, microgreens, flowers and tomatoes); JD Farms (fruit and vegetables); Johnny Gelato; Kontoulis Family Extra Virgin Olive Oil; Mobius Fields (vegetables, mushrooms); Mount Kisco Seafood; North Wind Farms (lavender); Red Barn Bakery; Wave Hill Breads; Whitecliff Vineyards.

Larchmont: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 15. Metro-North parking deck No. 3 off Chatsworth Avenue (near 1 Railroad Way). 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Thornwood Farm, Sugar & Spice Catering, Kontoulis Family Olive Oil, Orwashers Bakery , Orchards of Concklin , Flourish Baking Company, Calcutta Kitchens, Kiernan Farm , Christiane’s Backstube, Tierra Farm, Doc Pickle, Migliorelli Farm, Bombay Emerald Chutney Company, Plates, Coach Farm, Gaia’s Breath Farm, Newgate Farms, Lani’s Farm, and Trotta Pasta. New vendors to market: American Pride Seafood, Maura and Nuccia , and Stone & Thistle Farm.

Mahopac. See Wednesdays.

Mount Kisco: 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. Saturdays. Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester, 351 Main St., Mount Kisco. 914-666-8069, www.bgcnw.com. Vendors: John Boy’s Farm (Berkshire pork, black angus beef, organic free-range chicken, ducks, farm fresh eggs and produce); North Winds Farm (lavender); Cabbage Hill Farm (produce, smoked trout, duck eggs, beef and pork); Johnny Gelato; Wil- Hi Farm (lamb, dog food, yarn); Kontoulis Family Olive Oil; Madura Farms (vegetables, mushrooms); Tierra Farms (organic nuts): Healthway Farms (unique potato varieties, fuits and vegetables); Dutch Desserts; Maura & Nuccia (baked goods); Wave Hill Bread; Gluten Free Dessert Kitchens; Meredith’s Bread; Hudson Milk; Krazy for Kazu’s (salad dressings); Capacci Pasta; Fresh from VT (jams, honey, maple syrup); Conant Valley Farms (jams); Healing Home Foods (raw, gluten-free, organic, vegan, and dairy free products); Clean Ridge Soap Company; Pops’ Original Smoked Maple Syrup; Guyank Brand (hot sauce): Front Yard Coop (solar-powered chicken coops): Red Barn Bakery; MerriWeathers Soaps; Picklelicious; Newgate Farms (produce); Coast to Coast Dog Treats.

Ossining: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 15. Corner of Main and Spring streets (near the Ossining post office at 100 Main St.). 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Meredith’s Bread, Bread Alone, Feather Ridge Farm, Amazing Real Live/Chaseholm Creamery, R & G Produce, Bombay Emerald Chutney Company, Locust Grove Fruit Farm, Tierra Farm, Pura-Vida Fisheries, Mead Orchards, The Pastures, Chiboust and Pickle Licious. New vendors to market: Hudson River Apiaries, Eden Farm Greenhouses , and Mortgage Apple Cakes

Peekskill: 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays June 9 through November. Bank and Main St. 914-737-2780. Free parking. www.downtownpeekskill.com. Vendors: Clean Ridge Soap (body lotions, soaps); HealthWay Farm (fruits, flowers, vegetables, including 12 different kinds of potatoes); Hummingbird Ranch (honey products); Panzarella Foods (fresh mozzarella, fresh pastas, breads); Adair Winery; Pickle Licious (pickles, pickle pops, olives, pickled onions); Rolling Ridge Farms (fruits, vegetables, flour-free cakes and pies, dessert breads, jams and jellies); Tierra Farm (nut butters and spreads); Olive Oil of the World (7 different kinds of imported olive oil); Bombay Chutney; Shades of Green; Willow Marsh Farm; Pazdar Wine; Bread Alone; Shades of Green (nursery); Kiernan Farm (beef and pork); Cooperstown Cheese Company; Guyank Brand Hot Sauce; Three Petites Madeleines (bakery).

Pleasantville: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 15. Memorial Plaza off Manville Road (near 42 Memorial Plaza). 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz or www.facebook.com/PvilleFarmMarket. Vendors: Wiltbank Farm, Bobolink Dairy, Trotta Pasta, Benmarl Winery, Newgate Farms, Pickle Licious, Pika’s Farm Table, Go-Go Pops, Mead Orchards, Pura-Vida Fisheries, Tierra Farm, Kiernan Farm, Little Seed Gardens, Cowberry Crossing Farm, Bombay Emerald Chutney Company, Calcutta Kitchens, Amazing Real Live/Chaseholm Creamery, Kontoulis Family Olive Oil, Feather Ridge Farm, J & A Farm, Bialas Farms, Dutch Desserts, Bread Alone, Alpacatrax, Thornwood Farm, and Meredith’s Bread. New vendors to market: Stefan’s Pure Blends, Eden Farms Greenhouses, Red Barn Bakery, and Warwick Valley Winery.

Pocantico Hills (See Friday.)

South Salem: Gossett’s Farm Market, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays year-round. 1202 Route 35 (at Gossett Brothers Nursery), 914-763-3001. www.gossettnursery.com. Vendors: Madura Farms (organic vegetables, gourmet mushrooms and free-range eggs); Gossett’s Nursery (herbs, flowers, bedding plants, trees, shrubs, greenhouse supplies); Gaia’s Breath Farm (organic, grass-fed meats, artisan goat cheeses, Araucana chicken eggs); Wave Hill Breads (local artisan breads, balsamic vinegar); Renee’s Homemade Jams & Jellies; Go-Go Pops Coffee (homemade, real fruit ice pops; baked goods; locally roasted, organic, fair-trade coffee); The Farmer’s Daughter (homemade mozzarella, sauces, pesto, desserts and pickles); And the Beads Go On (handmade beaded jewelry, every other week): Pickle Licious (pickles, olives, sundried tomatoes and sauerkrauts); Bongo & Capacci (fresh pasta, sauces); The Bee Guy (honey, beeswax candles, and beekeeping supplies from Guy Hodges apiary); Cascade Mountain Wine; Crowley Cheese; Maura & Nuccia (Italian fruit pies); Bettinger’s Bluff Farm (grass-fed beef).

Suffern: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. through Nov. 17. Orange Avenue at Lafayette and Wayne streets. 201-625-2528, suffernfarmmarket@yahoo.com www.suffernfarmersmarket.org. Vendors: The Kitchen Garden, Coventry Body Care, Whitecliff Winery, Precision Knife Sharpening, Iona Hill Farms, Bonnie’s Baubles and Beads, Do Re Me Farms, Walnut Grove, Honeybrook Farms and more.

Tarrytown: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturdays through Nov. 19. Patriot Park on Route 9 (next to the Tarrytown Public Library at 121 N. Broadway). 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Brookside Farm, Pickle Licious, Maura and Nuccia, Mead Orchards, Tierra Farm, Orchards of Concklin, Amazing Real Live/Chaseholm Creamery, Bread Alone, Meredith’s Bread. New vendors to market: American Pride Seafood, Hudson River Apiaries, and Warwick Valley Winery.

Yorktown 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturdays (except 6/23 and 8/11) through Oct. 27. Field behind Yorktown Heights Engine Company No. 1 on Commerce Street. The market entrance is on Veterans Road only. 914-374-1471, www.maizemarketmanag ement.com. Stuart’s Farm; Wilken’s Fruit and Fir Farm; Mead Orchards; Do Re Me Farms; GreenSceneCompany.com; Guyank Brand; The Amazing Real Live Food Company; Dines Farms; Gaia’s Breath Farms; Baked by Susan; Migliorelli Farm; Bread Alone; Meredith’s Country Bakery; Celtic Farms and Nursery; Rainbeau Ridge; Merriweather’s; Trotta’s House of Pasta; Hudson River Apiaries; Kontoulis Family Olive Oil; Pickle Licious; Wiltbank Farm; Gluten Free Dessert Kitchen; North Winds Lavender Farm; Fresh From Vermont.

Sundays

Haverstraw: 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 28. Maple Avenue between West Broad and New Main streets. 201-625-2528, suffernfarmmarket@yahoo.com. Vedrs: Bombay Emerald Chutney, Do Re Me Farms, Belle Jar Preserves, Perez Family Farms, KBAR2012, Green Mountain Energy.

Mahopac: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays June 3 through October. Temple Beth Shalom, 760 Route 6, Mahopac (corner of Croton Falls Rd). (The market on Wednesdays and Saturdays is at a diffenent location.) 845-628-6133. Vendors: Rowland Family Farm, Home Sweet Home Bakery, The Fish Guy, Daniel Madura Farm, From the Ground Up Farm, Yokohama Market, Wave Hill Breads, Meredith Breads Smellz Good, Maura & Nuccia, Personal Scents by Yvette, and Honeybrook Farm.

Piermont: 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. through Dec. 30. M&T Bank Parking Lot, Piermont Avenue and Ash Street (at 527 Piermont Ave.). 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Valley Shepherd Creamery , Benmarl Winery, Migliorelli Farm, Chiboust, Pika’s Farm Table , Bodhi Tree Farm , Tierra Farm, Doc Pickle, Bombay Emerald Chutney Company , Bread Alone , and Meredith’s Bread. New vendors to market: John D. Madura Farms and Go-Go Pops.

Pocantico Hills (See Friday.)

Pound Ridge: Scotts Corner Farmers Market, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays through November. 65 Westchester Ave. (outside Antiques & Tools of Business & Kitchen). 914-764-0015. Vendors: Clean Ridge Soap Company (soaps, lotions, candles); Mrs. Larkin’s Bakery (scones, cookies); The Conant Valley Jam Company (jams); The Farmer’s Table (breads, muffins, soups); John Boy’s Farm (duck, goose and chicken eggs; quiche; smoked meats and fish, pate); Upper Crust Pies. Maura & Nuccia (Italian desserts); John Tradito (Italian specialties, breads, cheese). Rock’n Red Farms (organic produce and muffins).

Rye: 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Sundays through Dec. 18. Parking lot 2 on Theodore Fremd Avenue (behind the Purchase Street stores, behind 73 Purchase St.). 914-923-4837. communitymarkets.biz. Vendors: Valley Shepherd Creamery, Fishkill Farms , Newgate Farms, Migliorelli Farm , Pika’s Farm Table, Go-Go Pops, Tierra Farm, Doc Pickle, Bombay Emerald Chutney Company , Kontoulis Family Olive Oil , Feather Ridge Farm , American Pride Seafood, Alpacatrax, Meredith’s Bread . New vendors to market: Eden Farms Greenhouses and Flourish Baking Company.

Somers: Muscoot Farm Farmers Market, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays through Oct. 28. 51 Route 100. 914-864-7286.www.muscootfarm.org. Vendors: Adair Vineyards; All You Knead Artisan Bakers; Bombay Emerald Chutney Company; Clean Ridge Soap Company; Du Soleil Fine Foods (Chilean cuisine prepared foods) Dutch Desserts (tarts); Gluten Free Dessert Kitchen; Healthway Farms (unique potato variety); Hudson Milk; Hummingbird Ranch (honey); John Boy’s Farm (organic and pasture-raised chickens, ducks and Berkshire pork); Kontoulis Family Olive Oil; Kiernan Farm (grass-fed beef); Krazy for Kazu (dressings and marinades); Madura Farms (vegetables, mushrooms); Meredith’s Bread; Newgate Farms (small fruits and berries; cut flowers); North Winds Farm (lavender); Pickle Licious; Platte Clove Naturals (granola); Side Hill Farm (jams); Wil-Hi Farm (lamb, yard, dog treats).

Tuckahoe: 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sundays through November. Depot Square near the Tuckahoe. Mtro-North Station. 914-961-3100, Ext. 4. Produce, fruits and vegetables, Big Girl Cookie Co., a bakery, Kettle Corn, Italian Ice vendor.

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Liz Johnson is content strategist for The Journal News and lohud.com, and the founding editor of lohudfood, formerly know as Small Bites. As food editor, she won awards from the New York News Publishers Association, the Association of Food Journalists and the Associated Press. She lives in Nyack with her husband and daughter on a tiny suburban lot they call their farm — with fruit trees, an herb garden, and a yardful of lettuce, tomatoes, onions, shallots, cucumbers, zucchini, radishes, cabbage, peppers, Brussels sprouts and carrots and four big blueberry bushes.

8 Comments

  1. While Hilltop is certainly a worthy endeavor, I don’t see why you have a farm stand listed here with farmers markets, especially when the listing acknowledges that it is a stand. There are other farm stands in Yorktown that would be listed if you were being complete.

    Also, you have Pocantico Hills listed after Yorktown on Friday (i.e., not alphabetical).

  2. Gwenn Pietrantoni on

    Hi Liz – you are missing the farmers market in Mt. Kisco. It’s outdoors for the summer at the Boys and Girls club.

  3. southern gal on

    searched for the article – it does not come up. please leave link thanks.

  4. Your information for the Mahopac Farmers Market is inaccurate. Also there have been new changes. For all information on the market please go to http://www.MahopacFarmersMarket.com and/or http://www.facebook.com/MahopacFarmersMarket. The Market runs every Wednesday from 1-6pm and every Sunday from 9am-3pm. Wednesdays are held in its original location from last year at 1085 Route 6 Mahopac. a half mile east of k-mart on the right. This year we added Sundays in the parking lot of Temple Beth Shalom, located at 760 Route 6 Mahopac at the corner of Croton Falls Road. If you require any more information or if someone would like to join as a vendor you must call 914-819-0414 and speak with Jennifer or Chad the founders of the market. You can also reach them via email @ MahopacFarmersMarket@gmail.com.

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