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Local Fresh Market 

click to enlarge Many of the markets will be held into the early fall season.
  • Many of the markets will be held into the early fall season.

Fruits, vegetables, organic produce, local cheese, smoked fish, wine, hot food, soy candles, honey, maple syrup, pottery, mushrooms, and fresh bread. Live music. Beacon Train Station, waterfront at the ferry landing. Through November. After November, Saturdays, 10am-4pm at the Beacon Sloop Clubhouse, an indoor shopping area with fieldstone fireplace and wood-burning stove. Sundays year round, 10am-4pm. (845) 562-0192.


Artisan breads, baked goods, jams, jellies, sauces, cheeses, organic produce, flowers, plants, arts and crafts. Live music. Catskill Point Park at the bottom of Main Street. Saturdays, 9:30am-1:30pm. Through late October. (518) 622-9820, ext. 27.

Cold Spring
Seasonal fruits and vegetables, eggs, specialty cheeses, mushrooms, salad dressings, homemade pies, breads, cookies, coffee, candies, organic produce, plants, herbs, maple sugar products, honey, wines, hard cider, grass-fed meats, chocolate, herb bundles, cookbooks, herbal tinctures, scrubs, and soaps. The Nest, 44 Chestnut Street (Route 9D opposite Foodtown Market). Saturdays, 8:30am-1:30pm. Through Thanksgiving. (845) 424-8332.

Conventional and organic vegetables, fruits, baked goods, homemade local cosmetics, wines, cheese, Italian specialties including soups, breads, and frozen dinners. Corner of Center and Market streets, one block east of Route 209. Sundays 9am-2pm. Through the end of September with an additional day on October 19. (845) 647-5150.

Fresh fruits, vegetables, homemade baked goods, flowers, and plants. All are sold directly by producers and bakers. Fishkill Plaza, Route 52. Thursdays 9am-3pm. Through October. (845) 897-4430.

Vegetables, organic produce, fruits, wine, pickles, seafood, pastas, cheese, pork, beef, lamb, baked goods, prepared foods, greenhouse stock, and dried flowers. A featured local business and merchant per week. Arts and music series and special events during the season. 190 North Main Street, Routes 94 and 17A, across from QuickChek. Tuesdays, 1-7pm. Through October. (845) 651-6000.

Fresh produce, fruits, honey, body lotions, baked goods, plants, flowers, soap, breads, biscotti, cookies, pies, homemade meals, frozen fish, mozzarella, soups, pickles, organic produce, cheesecake, seasonings, jams, wine, goat’s milk products, barbecue, and more. Village Square, at Main Street and Route 207. Fridays, 10am-5pm, rain or shine. Through October 31. (845) 294-7741.


Produce, baked goods, wines, kitchen goods, and demonstrations. Intersection of Haviland Road and Route 9W. Wednesdays, 3-7pm. Through October 8. (845) 235-4771.


Eggs, dairy, baked goods, prepared foods, jams and jellies, various fruits, vegetables in season, honey, wine, potted plants, cacti, wool yarn, various crafts, local coffee blends, and meat. Various events. Sixth Street at Columbia Street. Saturdays, 9am-1pm. Through mid November. (518) 828-7217.

Hyde Park
Baked goods, maple syrup, honey, falafel, lunch, homemade soap, sundries, wines, produce, and cooking demonstrations. Hyde Park Drive-In lot, Route 9. Saturdays, 9am-2pm. Through October 25. (845) 229-9111.

Fresh fruits and vegetables, homemade baked goods, jams, jellies and preserves, maple syrup, honey, cider, fish, chicken, turkey, pork, beef, herbs, cut flowers, perennials, annuals for the garden, and organic produce. Village Square. Saturdays, 8am-12:30pm. Through mid October. (518) 758-1232.

Locally grown or produced traditional and organic fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, potted plants, hearth-baked breads and baked goods, cheeses, meats, poultry and venison, wines, herbal bath and body products, teas, honey and maple syrup, ethnic prepared foods, and more. Special events. Chef demonstrations, and healthy eating series weekly. Wall Street, between Front and John streets. Saturdays, 9am-2pm. Through November 22. (845) 853-8512.

La Grange
Vegetables, fruits, berries, jewelry, gourmet bread, pastries, jam, honey, eggs, maple syrup, cut flowers, and plants. Cooking demonstrations. M&T Bank parking lot and Route 55. Saturdays, 9am-2pm. Through September. (845) 635-9168.

Produce, fruits, wine, cheese, cut flowers, and gourmet baked goods. Music and cooking demonstrations. Erie Way, from Grove Street to Cottage Street. Saturdays, 8am-1pm. Through October. (845) 343-8075.

Locally grown, fresh produce (including organic), seasonal fruits, hearth-baked breads, cakes, pies, donuts, cider, granola, soap, lotion, lip balms, bath teas, candles, hand-carved bowls, salad dressings, goat cheese and milk, handcrafted utility knives, plants, prepared foods, farm products, cut flowers, lawn art, handcrafted furniture, and organic meats. Live music every other weekend as well as various special events. Franklin Avenue and Front Street Tribute Garden Parking Lot. Saturdays, 9am-1pm. Through October 25. (845) 677-3125.

Vegetables, salad greens, honey, soups, teas, herbs, grass-fed beef, sausages, eggs, cheese, goat yogurt, baked goods, breads, pickles, sauerkraut, candles, soap, wool, yarn, cut flowers, and nursery plants. Weekly events include cooking demonstrations and live music. Millerton Methodist Church on Dutchess Avenue. Saturdays, 10am-2pm. Through October 11. (518) 789-4259.

Locally grown fruits and vegetables, herbs, flowers, breads, cheeses, cured meats, jams, and jellies. Appropriate vendors accept FMNP coupons. Museum Village, 1010 Route 17M. Wednesdays, 9am-3pm. Through October 29. (845) 344-1234.

Honey, fruits, fresh meats, cheese, produce, plants, and herbs. Downing Park at Route 9W and South Street. Friday 10am-5pm. July 18 through October 31. Also, behind Orange County DMV. Mondays, 9am-2pm. July 7 through October. (845) 565-5559.

New Paltz
Certified organic and heirloom vegetables, artisanal bread, cheese, baked goods, plants, fruits, eggs, flowers, jams, organic meats, herbs, cut flowers, demonstrations. Downtown New Paltz. Sundays, 10am-3pm. Through October. (845) 255-6093.

Pleasant Valley

Vegetables, fruits, berries, jewelry, gourmet bread, pastries, jam, honey, eggs, maple syrup, cut flowers, and plants. Cooking demonstrations. Town Hall, Route 44. Friday, 3-7pm, through September. Fridays, 3-6pm, through late October. (845) 635-9168.

Locally grown produce, homemade jams, dairy foods, artisanal condiments, pasta, pickles, plants, meats, fish, cheeses, specialty breads, herbs, baked goods, wine, flowers, honey, special events. E. Market St. Parking Lot. Sundays, 10am-2pm and Thursday 3pm-7pm. Through November.

Organic produce, flowers, seedlings, eggs, exotic and organic meats, Italian sauces and cheeses, breakfast food, specialty breads, cakes, and pies. Live music most weekends. Rosendale Recreation Center, Route 32. Sundays, 9am-3pm. Through November 9. (845) 658-3467.

Artisan breads, produce, berries, eggs, regional cheese, honey, maple syrup, jams, sauces, bottled milk, fresh herbs, cut flowers, ice cream, organic coffee, and pasture-raised meats. Chef demonstrations, free tastings, a variety of entertainment, and free cooking classes for kids. Main Street/Route 9W North. Saturdays, 9am-2pm. Through October 25. (845) 246-9371.


Locally grown fruits and vegetables, homemade breads and pies, sweets, jams, and entrees. Village Square, in front of library on Scofield Street. Thursdays, 11:30am-4pm. Through October 30. (845) 294-5557.

Wappingers Falls

Locally grown fruits and vegetables, breads, mozzarella, meat, and soap. Zion Park across South Avenue. Fridays, 3-7pm. Through October 31. (845) 632-1147.

Jams, jellies, baked goods, organic produce and fruit, wine, artisan breads, cheese, honey, maple syrup, mushrooms, chickens, grass-fed beef, eggs, sausages, cut flowers, and garden plants. South Street Parking Lot. Sundays, 9am-2pm. Through October 26.


Fruits, vegetables, cheese, meat, poultry, locally milled grains, breads, cider, jam, pickles, and prepared foods. special events. Maple Lane. Wednesdays, 4-8pm. Through September 24.

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