What’s Fresh This Week – December 30

Happy New Year!

The New Year is a great opportunity to start fresh – and you can’t get much fresher than local produce and other goodies at Schenectady Greenmarket! A note for this weekend’s market: many of our vendors are taking a break this week for the holidays, but don’t worry – the market will still have lots going on, and you’ll be able to find PLENTY of fresh produce!

Happy New Year from Schenectady Greenmarket!

What’s Fresh This Week

WHERE’S THE MILK??? If you’re looking for Battenkill Valley Dairy, you’ll find them inside Key Hall (across the Proctors Arcade), until the end of the Winter Market. While you’re in Key Hall, why not stop and visit the other vendors there – you’ll find prepared foods, wine, and local music (plus plenty of comfortable seats for you to sit & enjoy your tasty treats)!

Café NOLA: Black-Eyed Peas – Remember, black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day brings good luck for the entire year! Have your‘s ready! Abita Turbo Dog Beer Braised Short Ribs with dirty rice, corn bread, homemade mac & cheese, fresh squeezed lemonade, fresh brewed tea. Happy New Year!

Earthly Remedies by Erin: All hand salves are buy one for $10 – or buy 2 for $15. Dryer balls and hand cream will be back in stock.

Healing Path Massage: Wendell Harris and Jennifer Cross will be offering chair massage for your sore, tired or tight muscles. See what they can do for you!

Maynard Farms: 10 apple varieties, Crisp-air Braeburn and Gala are back, Bosc pears (at their prime), apple cider, 3 kinds of potatoes, dino and curly kale, very sweet winter collards, broccoli, 3 different color beets, sweet Swiss 5-color chard, Brussels sprouts, green cabbage, celery root.


Don’t Miss our vendors in Key Hall, across the Proctors Arcade!

You’ll find prepared food, unique gifts, and live music! Follow the signs…and the delicious aromas!

Variety Vendors

Adair Vineyards
Ali Herrmann
Skinner’s Sugarbush
Susie’s Climax Creations
Hope Valley Farm
Smyth/Cid Pottery
Truffle’s Cupcakes by Collette

Programming

Market Stage

10am-12pm: Gordon Street
12pm-2pm: Dave Vandervort Band

Lower Level Music

10am-12pm: Michael Yates
12pm-2pm: Andrew and Courtney Elder

Key Hall Music

10am-12pm: Roots of Change
12pm-2pm: Kevin Carey Quintet

Community Table

Woodlawn Park Redevelopment Committee

Children’s Activities

11am-1pm: Jen & Abigail twisting balloon creations
1pm-2pm: Flutterbug the Clown

Author:Wendy

I'm an events planner by day, a food blogger by night! I have always loved cooking and baking (especially), and was organically trained in culinary skills by my talented and resourceful mother. When it comes to food, I am sometimes inspired, sometimes lazy, and just about always hungry. My favorite food is hummus.

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