What’s Fresh This Week – November 11

Come See What’s Inside

Shop Schenectady Greenmarket for the best in local produce, prepared food, meat, handmade gifts, and more in our three locations inside Proctors. Sit and enjoy our beautiful expanded space in Key Hall (across the Proctors Arcade), and enjoy live music in all three areas. A fun and festive shopping experience awaits you this Sunday at Schenectady Greenmarket!

What’s Fresh This Week

Bella Terra Farm: Special on grass-fed (90 to 95% lean) ground beef; regularly $5.00 a pound and Sunday $4.00 a pound. We will also have winter  squash, brussels sprouts, bear oil soaps, herbal vinegar, all natural lip balms, and moisturizers.

Hope Valley Farm will have red and green lettuce, arugula, broccoli, turnips, cabbage, garlic, pickled garlic scapes, brussel sprouts, tomatoes, red sweet onions, yellow cooking and storage onions, red potatoes, red Russian fingerling potatoes, and two winsome farmers!

Quincy Farm will feature frost-sweetened tender kale, chard, and spinach to compliment our excellent sweet potatoes, squash, and tomatoes.

Cooper’s Ark: Fresh whole chicken raised without chemicals added. This will be the last week to order your fresh turkey for Thanksgiving – $3.50 per pound.

Mariaville Farm: Delicious and healthy pasture raised Black Angus beef, pork, lamb, chicken, duck, and turkey; all antibiotics and hormone-free; plus fresh eggs from our free roaming chickens.

Burden Lake Creamworks: Introducing lemon vanilla – a treat for all ages!

The Peanut Principle: Holiday flavors are back including, gingerbread or cookie dough peanut butter.

Our Daily Eats: Think Our Daily Eats for all your holiday gifting needs. Nuts, seeds, and granola make great party gifts, stocking stuffers, and office presents. We offer individual bags or gift boxes in an assortment of sizes. Stop by our table in Key Hall this Sunday. Made with care in the Hudson Valley!

Chick and Hen Baking Company: Hot foods are back! Greens and beans and potato leek parmesan soup; mushroom and wild onion cheddar quiche by the slice, empanadas, and spinach and feta pie. Fall flavors including pumpkin walnut cheesecake, baked stuffed apples, giant gingersnap cookies.

Funk Farms: Apple and apple cranberry pies made from fresh fruit and hand rolled crusts.Come and try our new lace crunch and coconut lace crunch cookies, cinnamon pastry logs. Plus we’ll have our repurposed accessories; thrift store purchases transformed into new beautiful and useful products that are great for gift giving.

Merry Hill Farm: New felted alpaca hats and bags, alpaca yarn and roving, hand knit items, and custom orders.

Café NOLA will be bringing: Abita Turbo dog braised short ribs with dirty rice; four cheese baked macaroni; fresh squeezed lemonade (Raspberry or Cherry), iced tea, sweet tea, and Arnold Palmers.

Naga Bakehouse: Wood-fired, artisan breads baked with local ingredients grown by fellow Schenectady Greenmarket farmers. Look for stuffed breads, flatbreads, whole grain loaves, and salt and caraway sticks. Come by for a taste and leave with something delicious.

Bel Cibo: Authentic Cuban cuisine and tasty paninis.

Pixie’s Preserves: We will be sampling our pumpkin pecan butter and our ruby port wine jelly.

Sistah’s Vintage Aprons: New samplings of Gilda and Pauline; new Monas and Louisas making pre-Holiday appearances in sumptuous fabric patterns.

Mosaics by Christine has many colorful gift ideas for the holidays ahead. Custom orders & gift certificates are also available.

Healing Path Massage will have Jeanne Kitt and Jennifer Cross offering chair massage for your sore tired muscles. Come and see them about how
they might help you.

Variety Vendors

  • Bella Terradream
  • Puff Marshmallows
  • Highland Farms
  • Jewelry by Donna Marie
  • Laurie’s Gluten Free Goodness
  • Sistahs Vintage Aprons
  • Times Union
  • This Is Dreams

Programming

Market Stage

10am-2pm The Slate Hill Band

12pm-2pm Anonymous Figg Leafs

Lower Level

10am-12pm Erin M. Powers

12pm-2pm Tim Barker

Key Hall

10am-12pm John & Amy Birchler

12pm-2pm Loose Change

Community Table

Elicia McMullen, Retail Dietian from Shoprite
Slow Foods from SCCC

Children’s Activity

11am-1pm: Jen and Abigail twisting balloon creations

1pm-2pm: Flutterbug the Clown

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