Winter Markets

Below is a listing of all WINTER farmers markets in NYS that we have information from. This list is meant for consumers looking for a market to visit.  Market Managers can add a new or missing market’s information or modify any information on a listing, by visiting the Add Your Market page.  Farmers and vendors looking for a market to sell your goods, please visit our Farmers Market Decision Tool instead.

Market NameManager namePhysical AddressCityStateZip CodeCountyTelephoneSecondary PhoneOpen FromOpen toSeason StartSeason EndAccepts Ebt?Accepts Debit/Credit?Description
Martin's Farmstand Daniel & Mendy Martin 315-265-1246 10am 6pm May November Yes Yes
Massena Farmers Market - Sunday Massena Chamber of Commerce Danforth Place Park - 10 Danforth Street 10am 2pm July October Yes Yes
Peekskill Farmers Market Corinna Makris Bank Street Peekskill 8AM 2PM June November
Scarsdale Farmers Market Scarsdale 12PM 7PM September 7th October 26th
Poughkeepsie Waterfront Market Lara Litchfield-Kimber 75 N. Water Street Poughkeepsie NY 12601 12601 845 471 0589 4:00pm 7:30pm June October Yes Yes Through our work with families in our museum space, particularly among inner city residents with pre-school aged children, we learned that many local families experience significant food insecurity throughout the year. Of particular concern for this audience is the connection between childhood nutrition and school performance and school readiness. Our children’s garden has helped us expand our nutrition education programming into our field trip programs, drop-in museum programs and family learning nights. But without access to fresh, healthy and affordable food many of our families are “food insecure” simply cannot make healthy changes to their diets. “Food insecurity” refers to the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. High rates of food insecurity are closely linked to both malnutrition and hunger. According to the Community Food Assessment published by Poughkeepsie Plenty (2012), the level of food insecurity in the City of Poughkeepsie outpaces the U.S. as a whole, all U.S. inner cities, and the Northeast region. In fact, the USDA recently classified two large areas within the City of Poughkeepsie (specifically, two census tracts covering most of the City’s north side and the Poughkeepsie Waterfront) as a “food desert.” This term refers to areas with poverty levels of at least 20% that are located more than a mile away from a supermarket or large grocery store. A 2014 report by The Center for Research, Regional Education and Outreach (CRREO) shows that over one in four (26.8%) City of Poughkeepsie households experienced food insecurity, including 11% that are food insecure with hunger. Furthermore, a disproportionate number of the individuals affected by food insecurity and hunger in Poughkeepsie are children (41%) In a major move to address and alleviate food insecurity, malnutrition and childhood obesity in the City of Poughkeepsie, MHCM looks to create and operate a new public farmers market in its waterfront pavilion and expand its nutrition education programming for families. The focus of this market will be on making fresh, locally sourced food available to the residents and families of the City of Poughkeepsie, ensuring that food options are affordable, and on educating the public (especially families with young children) on nutrition and meal preparation using food available at the market. The target audiences for the market are residents of the City of Poughkeepsie and visitors to the museum (families with young children from throughout the Hudson Valley).
Painted Post Farmers' Market Cathy Halm 277 Steuben St Painted Post NY 148 14870 607-527-8730 10 am 2 pm First Saturday in June February or March Yes Yes We strive to connect local farmers and the community. We are open weekly until the end of October. The Winter months please see our facebook page for dates and an inside location.
Voorheesville Farmer's Market Dianne Luci 68 Maple Ave. Voorheesville NY 12186 Albany 618-765-2895 518-765-4536 3:30pm- 6:30pm Sept. 30, 2015 No No our 3 produce vendors may accept other coupons besides FMNP. other food vendors and some crafters. 11-13 vendors
Ravena's Farmers Market Mary Ellen Rosato Ravena Village Office Ravena NY 12143 Albany 518-756-8201 518 756-8933 July 9th, 2015 September 10th, 2015 No No This year market will be open rain or shine - Ravena Fire - selling hanburgers, hotdogs, sausage/peppers and ice cream, Ladfies Auxiliary selling baked goods, Grace Methodist Church book, handmade jewelery, honey and bees wax candles, produce as it becomes available, crafts and more
Town of Colonie Farmers Market Point person Steve Benedict THE CROSSINGS PARK LOUDONVILLE NY 12211 ALBANY 518-456-2136 518-848-9058 SATURDAYS, MAY 16 - SEPTEMBER 12, 2015 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM 16-May 12-Sep Yes Yes Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, Plants, Flowers,<br /><br />Hummus, Pesto, Cheeses, Sweets, Treats, Pastas,<br /><br />Organic Produce, Free Range Chicken, Eggs & Meats,<br /><br />Gluten Free Breads & Pastries, Baked Goods, Spanakopita,<br /><br /> Baklava, Honey, Coffee, Teas, Hard Cider, Growlers & Beer,<br /><br /> Almond Butters, Salad Dressings, Jams, Jellies, Maple Syrup,<br /><br /> Dairy Products, Milk, Butter, Cream, Soaps & Lotions, <br /><br /> Prepared Foods, Italian, Mediterranean, and Peruvian Cuisine, <br /><br /> Face Painting, Balloon Twisting, and Music! Join Us Rain or Shine!
Farm to Preschool Farmers Market III Darlene Yule 22-40 Rensen St. Cohoes NY 12047 Albany 518-426-7181 2:30pm 5:30pm Yes Yes