Cold Spring Farmers’ Market Moves Indoors

Mrs. Mills arrived at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Cold Spring in 1961. File photo by Liz Schevtchuk Armstrong

Winter season starts Nov. 7 at St. Mary’s

On Saturday, Nov. 7, the Cold Spring Farmers’ Market will move indoors from Boscobel to the Parish Hall at St. Mary’s Episcopal Church at Main and Chestnut Street. The market will open one hour later than in the past, at 9:30 a.m. The closing time of 1:30 p.m. remains unchanged.

The Cold Spring market offers produce, fish, meats, breads, fruits, preserves, cheeses, pastas, syrups, sauces, honey, savory pastries, gluten-free baked goods, plants, coffee, ice cream, wines, herbs, teas, ciders, wools, soaps, and a variety of other items. All vendors must grow or raise their products within a 200-mile radius, use locally-sourced ingredients and depend on their farms for a living. For more information, visit

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