CS Farmers’ Market Moves to Boscobel May 9

New vendors join for outdoor season

Saturday, May 9, marks the beginning of the 13th year and seasonal opening of the Cold Spring Outdoor Farmers’ Market. Open 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Saturday at Boscobel House and Gardens just south of Cold Spring on Route 9D, the market provides shoppers with the opportunity to enjoy locally grown food and support regional farms.

Cold Spring Farmers' Market (photo provided)

Cold Spring Farmers’ Market (photo provided)

Vendors at the Cold Spring Outdoor Farmers’ Market are farmers or food artisans using locally sourced ingredients and who use their farms as a way to make a living. There are breakfast and some lunch items available onsite, as well as the ability to picnic or explore the grounds and enjoy programming.

The market stocks produce (organic and conventionally grown), fish, meats, breads, fruits, preserves, cheeses, pastas, syrups, sauces, honey, savory pastries, gluten-free baked goods, plants, flowers, coffee, ice cream, wines, herbs, teas, ciders, wools, soaps, lotions and a variety of other items.

New this summer are a wide variety of produce from R&G Produce; ice cream from Penny Lick; granola and local yogurt from Bounty Granola; apothecary items from Stockade Farm and apothecary; fresh herbs and edible flowers from Lily’s Farm and cookie bars, marshmallows and hot chocolate from Corbett’s Cookie Bar and Kitchen. For directions and more info on vendors and the market, visit csfarmmarket.org.


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