Farmers’ Market Moves Outdoors

Open Saturdays at Boscobel starting May 7

The Cold Spring Farmers’ Market, which this year marks its 14th season, moves from St. Mary’s Parish House to Boscobel on Saturday, May 7, and also moves its starting time forward to 8:30 a.m. The market, which closes at 1:30 p.m., It will take place at Boscobel, located at 1609 Route 9D just south of Cold Spring, until mid-November.

The popular market provides shoppers with the opportunity to purchase locally grown and produced food, support regional farms and enjoy activities programmed by  schools, wellness, and community centers. The market stock includes produce (both organic and conventionally grown), fish, meats, breads, fruits, preserves, cheeses, pastas, syrups, sauces, honey, savory pastries, gluten-free baked goods, plants, flowers, coffee, wines, herbs, teas, liquors, ciders, wools, soaps and lotions.

In addition to Hillrock Distillery’s “farm-to-glass” whiskey blends, the market this summer will offer edible flower arrangements from a Growing Heart Farm, a two-acre farm in Pawling, and pour-over iced coffee from The Pantry on Route 9 in Cold Spring.

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