May 7 is opening day of the 15th season of the Suffern Farmers’ Market.
We have a fantastic team on board this year! We welcome members of our community’s 25th Anniversary Street Fair to our Market committee just in time for Suffern Farmers’ Market’s 15th Anniversary Season! We’re working hard to bring quality food vendors, craft vendors, educational workshops and kids entertainment to our community!
Come Opening Day as we welcome back Catalpa Ridge Farms with tables and tables of over 80 varieties of heirloom tomato plants! Pick up your vegetables and fruit from Do Re Me Farms. Meredith’s Breads brings baked goods, including gluten-free. Welcome Woodside Blue Preserves with jams, jellies and marmalades. Also, welcome Bishop Farms with pork, beef, chicken and lamb as well as eggs, rubs and mustards. More updates as we approach May 7th!
It’s also Mother’s Day weekend! We will have fresh cut flowers and plants, Beautiful handmade crafts and Artytime Parties will be at the Market so bring the kids and have them make something special for a Mom or other loved one!
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Interested vendors – Contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org!!
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over. Now it’s time to support non-profits on #GivingTuesday! Please support the Suffern Farmers’ Market as we plan events and programming as well as recruit vendors and staff for next season!
In order to deliver a season next year filled with a robust selection of local food vendors, entertainment and arts and educational programming, we need your support. Funds raised will be used to promote and staff the market to attract new vendors and schedule enticing events. Please consider supporting the Suffern Farmers’ Market with a tax-deductible donation which can be made through this link:
https://www.youcaring.com/nonprofits/suffern-farmers-market-fundraiser/331111 or by mailing a check to:
Suffern Farmers’ Market
P.O. Box 636
Suffern, NY 10901
The Suffern Farmers’ Market is a non-profit 501(c) (4) organization.
Thank you for your support!
Before the trick or treating, stock up on grass-fed beef, free range chicken and eggs, baked goods, gluten-free products and of course, fresh, local produce! All while enjoying live music.