Archive | April, 2012

Fresh Sunday, April 29

Hudson-Chatham Winery: There’s nothing like a crisp, dry Riesling to complement the fresh flavors of spring. Hudson-Chatham has a great one, and this week it’s on sale! Buy 2 or more bottles and get 10% off. The winery will also have its usual selection of fine whites, reds, sweet, sparkling, and dessert wines. Barber’s Farm […]

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April 29, Our last day indoors

Join us on our final day inside Proctors! Last Sunday was busy, and we expect to see crowds picking up as more eagerly-awaited seasonal veggies climb onto the charts. Be sure to visit your favorite Winter market vendors while you still can. The market moves Outdoors around City Hall on May 6th. Tell your family […]

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Parking on Sundays

On show days, the city will charge for parking in the lot directly behind Proctors. Schenectady Greenmarket customers may use this parking lot without charge until 12:30pm on these dates, after which standard parking rates apply. Parking in the Broadway garage is always free; a short walk from the garage crosswalk takes you to the […]

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Education is our mission

On a recent Sunday at Schenectady Greenmarket, shoppers visited the Local Expert table chuckling as they held a plastic replica of five pounds of fat in the human body. Elicia McMullen, R.D., Retail Dietitian with ShopRite Supermarkets, Inc., brought the item as a way to encourage people to think about what they’re eating and drinking […]

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The market moves outdoors May 6

The market moves outdoors around City Hall on Sunday May 6. We will gather around City Hall each Sunday from 10-2. The market will feature more than 70 vendors who produce everything they sell. Music, community groups, local experts, prepared foods, plants, flowers, veggies, meat and more!

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Guide to harvest times of local produce

Today more than ever, New York consumers are demanding close-to-home freshness in everything they buy. And very few places even come close to New York State for the variety and quality of it’s farm-fresh produce. Click on this link for a guide to harvest times.

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Schenectady Greenmarket Gold: maple syrup supports the market

Support your favorite non-profit, local market! $2.50 per bottle is donated directly to Schenectady Greenmarket. Bottled and produced by Adirondack Flower Farm, a weekly vendor at the market ($12.50 per bottle).

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Earth Day

Celebrate Earth Day at the market at Proctors in downtown Schenectady on Sunday, April 22, 2012, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Master Gardener Volunteers from Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schenectady County will be available all day at the market to discuss the benefits of using native plants in your landscaping efforts. They will also […]

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