This season's farms and vendors


June 13 – TBD (Music)
Library Summer Reading Challenge
June 20Tasty Food Demonstrations with Cornell Cooperative Extension
June 27Tuesday Ramblers (Open Jam Session)
Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
July 4 – NO MARKET
July 11Schodack Trackers Bluegrass
Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
Hit the Roof Band (on library patio)
July 18MoM Sing Along Group
Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
Electric City Chorus(on library patio)
August 1 Pearl
Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
NY Connects Resource Fair
August 8Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
August 15Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
August 22Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
Tasty Food Demonstrations with Cornell Cooperative Extension
August 29Teen Crafts with the Volunteens
Fearless Fretters
September 5MoM Sing Along Group
September 12Alyssa Yeager
Tasty Food Demonstrations with Cornell Cooperative Extension
September 19Schodack Trackers Bluegrass
September 26Columbia High School Symphonic Band

Farms and Vendors for 2018


Kristy’s Barn*
Third Generation local farm of over 300 acres. Kristy’s Barn strives to produce high-quality, healthy food using green farming practices, share our knowledge and love of farming, and give back to our community whenever possible. Offerings include: vegetables, seasonal fruit, eggs, flowers and more.

Swartz Swartz Dairy & Produce* (vegetables and fruits)
Dairy & Produce is a 5th generation dairy, fruit & vegetable farm located in southern Rensselaer County, NY, known for our strawberries & pumpkins! Offerings each week will include vegetables in season, and fruits and in the fall we have our pumpkins and gourds.

Tarbox Farms Earth’s Bounty*
The Tarbox Farm has been family owned and operated since 1994 with the fourth generation involved in the dairy, vegetable and beef business.  The farm practices are based on Cornell Research using environmentally safe and sustainable practices.  We have raised beef for our family without antibiotics and hormones for many years.
Offerings include apples, berries, baked goods, cheese, cut flowers, eggs, greenhouse plants, meat, pumpkins, sweet corn, and vegetables.

*Farms certified in the NYS Department and Agriculture and Markets Nutrition Program (FMNP).  These farms can accept checks from the Senior Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) and the Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program.



Bee Hollow (honey products)
Raw, lightly strained, natural honey, creamed honey, Nucleus colonies, Carniolan marked Queens

Grafton Mountain Soap Works (handmade soaps, candles and lotions)
Enjoy the thick luxurious lather from our handmade soaps. With 10 years of experience we bring you handcrafted quality you can trust! Weekly offerings of goat milk soaps in various scents, lotions & butters and soy candles.

Homemade Jams & Jellies (jams, jellies, gift boxed jams, gift baskets)
Delicious homemade jams and jellies made by Claudia Russell of Homemade Jams and Jellies in Averill Park NY. All made with locally hand picked fruit in small batches. Flavors will vary depending on what fresh fruits are available.

Hudson-Chatham Winery (wines, vinegars, sauces)
Well-established local and tourist destination in Columbia County, voted the Capital Region’s Best Local Winery in 2011, 2012, and 2014, and Columbia County’s Best Winery in 2014 and 2015.

Mort’s Maple (maple syrup, maple candy, maple cream)

Mugzy’s Barkery (Organic dog treats)

The Powell Ranch (Beef, lamb, poultry, pork & honey)

Santa’s Snacks (seasoned pretzels)
Gourmet seasoned pretzels in a variety of great flavors

Worldling’s Pleasure (cheese spreads & baked goods)
We are a small, family owned and operated maker of gourmet cheeses, spreads, and sweet breads established in 2007. We make all of our products by hand in small batches to ensure the utmost in quality. Additionally, we use as many ingredients in our cheeses and spreads as possible that are local to the Capital District of Upstate New York, thereby supporting the community and guaranteeing the freshness and superior quality of our products. We also offered freshly made baked goods each week.


Carol’s Place (prepared food truck every week except July 5 & 12))
Weekly Grab and Go freshly made dinners available each week. Dinners can be also reserved by calling 271-7700 and give your name and what time you wish to pick it up during the market. Dinner menus are posted on our website.


Busy Bee Crafters – handmade greeting cards
JLH Crafts – spun wool yarn and soy candles

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