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Nyack Farmers’ Market Opens Thursday

2010 Nyack Farmers Market. Photo Credit: A . Roufa, MDThe 2014 outdoor Nyack Farmers’ Market season opens on Thursday April 3 — a full month earlier than last year. Just in case you needed some reassurance that Spring has finally arrived.

The market will be open for business every Thursday through November 26 from 8a until 2p in the municipal parking lot on Main Street. Free parking is available for shoppers in the Artopee lot adjacent to the Farmers’ Market.

Attracting upwards of 1,000 shoppers every Thursday, the Market’s 22 vendors offer a broad array of local products.  The Nyack Farmers’ Market also features weekly entertainment, including live music performed by local artists, as well as other activities such as face painting, caricatures and visits from local health and wellness providers.

Orangetown Supervisor Andy Stewart will officially open the season with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10:45a. Acoustic guitarist/vocalist Jesse Frayne takes the stage from 11a-1p and Silly Pencil will create caricatures during the performance.

Can’t make it every Thursday? The Nyack Chamber of Commerce has you covered. Beginning on June 7, there will be a Saturday Farmers’ Market, too.

2014 Farmer’s Market Vendors

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Bill Batson Arts
Bluefield Farm (starting May 15)
Cascade Mountain Winery
Charles Street Pastries
Central Bakery
DOC Pickles
Gajeski Produce
Green Mountain Energy Company (Market Sponsor)
Green Meadow Waldorf School (Market Sponsor)
Hummingbird Ranch
Kiernan Farm
Meredith’s Bread/Horn of Plenty
Mostly Myrtle’s Biskookys
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Northern Farmhouse Pasta
The Orchards of Concklin
The Pie Lady & Son
Pika’s Farm Table
Rockland Farm Alliance/Cropsey Community Farm
Ronnybrook Farm
R&G Produce
Taiim Falafel Shack
Taliaferro Farms
Twisted Foods Pretzel Roll Factory
Valley Shepherd Creamery
X-Calibur Knife & Scissors Sharpening
Teagevity (every other week)

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