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Fresh vegetables, wines, locally grown, pasture-raised, all-natural meats, plants, flowers, architectural salvage, statuary, handmade jewelry and other incredible crafts. On-site cafe with BBQ’d, all-natural meats, a gourmet tea shop. 20 Learned Street. Saturday, 9am-1pm and Sunday 10am-2pm. Year round. (518) 265-1836.

Locally grown fruit, seasonal vegetables, eggs, maple syrup, cheese, baked goods, plants, flowers, and herbs. Harriman State Office Campus, Building 8A. Thursday, 10am-2pm. Through late October. (518) 474-5986.

Class “A” Market, true local farm products only, plus baked goods and crafts. St. James Church, 391 Delaware Avenue. Tuesday, 4-7pm. Through late October. (518) 463-7605.

Full range of fruits and vegetables, baked goods, summer bouquets, extraordinary pottery. SUNY Plaza, State Street and Broadway. Thursday, 11am-2pm. Through late October. (518) 732-2991.

Locally grown fruit, seasonal vegetables, eggs, maple syrup, cheese, baked goods, plants, flowers, and herbs. North end of Empire State Plaza, adjacent to the Legislative Office Building. Wednesday and Friday, 10am-2pm. Through late October. (518) 474-5986.


BBQ chicken, full line of fruits and vegetables including organic options, summer bouquets, gourmet caterers (with a variety of salads and baked goods), chair massages. First United Methodist Church, 428 Kenwood Avenue. Tuesday, 2:30-6pm. Through November 20. (518) 732-2991.


Eggs, asparagus, apples, lettuce, spinach, berries, peas, beans, onions, organic produce, angus beef, pork, goat meat, cookies, cider donuts, pies, herbs, flowers, honey, homemade soap. Music on occasion. Municipal parking lot, Remsen Street. Friday, 4-7pm. Through October 26. (518) 238-2232.


Saratoga Springs

Local produce, cheese, meat, milk, honey, dressings, maple syrup, jams, cut annuals, perennials and more (homespun wool, sewing crafts, knife sharpening). Music and special events. High Rock Park. Between Lake & Maple Avenues. Wednesday, 3-6pm; Saturday, 9am-1pm. Through October. (518) 365-6015.

Ballston Spa

Eggs, dairy, honey, chicken, beef, pork, fruits, vegetables, maple syrup, baked goods, plants, fresh-cut flowers, and handcrafted goods. Thursday’s market is followed by free concerts in the park; Saturday’s market features live acoustic music in the gazebo. Wiswall Park, Front Street. Thursday, 3-6pm. Saturday, 9am-12pm. Through September 29. (518) 885-2772.




Wide variety of summer and winter fruits, vegetables, homemade breads, honey, maple syrup, flowers, and more. Special events. Certified by the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program; Cooperative Extension provides nutrition information. McCarthy Tire Center, Route 7. Saturday, 10am-2pm, July 14-mid-October. Wednesday, 3-5pm, July 25-September 27. (518) 284-2609.



Glens Falls

Meats, cheese, coffee, vegetables, herbs, honey, maple syrup, cut and potted flowers, high-quality crafts, soap, and knife sharpening. South Street Market Pavilion. Saturday, 8am-12pm. Through October 28. (518) 792-0438.


Wine purveyors, meats, vegetables, plants, herbs. Elks Lodge, 23 Cronin Road. Monday, 3-6pm. Through October. (518) 792-0438.

South Glens Falls

Vegetables, fruit, flowers, meats, plants, candy, and baked goods. Village Park, Spring Street. Monday, 10am-1pm. Through October 29. (518) 792-0198.



Locally grown fruits, vegetables, baked goods, pies, desserts, honey, wood-fired and organic breads, local wine and cheese, free-range and grass-fed beef, pork, chicken, fresh-cut flowers, perennial plants, handmade soaps, original artwork, ceramics. Live music. Cambridge Rail Yard, East Main Street and Washington Street. Sunday, 10am-2pm. Through October 15. (518) 279-4655.

Hudson Falls

Baked goods, fruit, vegetables, flowers, wine, and crafts. Sutherland Farms, 190 Lower Dix Avenue, half-mile west of Route 5, two miles north of the village. Tuesday, 10am-1pm. Through October. (518) 792-0198.

Fort Edward

Baked goods, vegetables, fruit, flowers. Broadway Bowl parking lot, Route 4. Friday, 10am-1pm. Through October. (518) 792-0198.



Vegetables, berries, honey, maple syrup, tree fruit, flowers, bedding, plants, meats, cheese, poultry, eggs, milk, and milk products, wine, prepared foods, baked goods, mushrooms, and crafts. Tables where community groups present programs. Children’s activities, food demonstrations, musical events, and food festivals. Troy Dock & Marina, 433 River Street, north of bridge. Saturday, 9am-1pm. Through October. (518) 321-5749.

Fine selection of locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, eggs, cut flowers, baked goods, poultry. Broadway between 3rd & 4th Street. Wednesday 10am-2pm. Through October 31. (518) 692-7312.

A wide variety of locally grown fruits and vegetables, eggs, baked goods, cut flowers, and wool products. Twin Town Little League Park, Williams Road. Thursday, 2:30-5:30pm. Though mid-October. (518) 283-5187.




Seasonal fruit, vegetables, herbs, organic produce, eggs, meats, cheese, breads, granola, baked desserts, apple butter, applesauce, maple syrup, pies, jams, jellies, rubs, sauces, yogurt, flowers, perennial plants, crafts including baby gifts, bath salts, hand-knit sweaters, leather goods, reed baskets, doll clothes, soaps, and bath products. Live music and children’s activities on occasion. Pioneer Alley, 101 Main Street, behind Key Bank. Saturday, 8am-2pm through September 8; September 8-November 10, 9am-2pm. (607) 547-6195.



Variety of vegetables, flowers, plants, strawberries, sweet corn, eggs, bread, cookies, cakes, and other baked goods. Niskayuna Reformed Church, Route 7. Tuesday, 3-7pm. Through October. (518) 281-4005.


Variety of produce, fruit, crafts, flowers, plants, cherries, jams, jellies, rhubarb, organic items, candy, wine, and other seasonal items. Massage, music, and special events. City Hall, Franklin and Jay Streets. Thursday, 9am-1pm. Through October. (518) 386-2225.

Vegetables, flowers, bedding plants, strawberries, sweet corn, eggs, bread, cookies, cakes, and other baked goods. Upper Union Street, behind Trustco Bank. Saturday, 9am-1pm. Through October. (518) 281-4005.

Variety of produce, fruit, flowers, plants, berries, cherries, rhubarb, candy, jams, jellies, organic produce, and other seasonal items. Special events. St. Luke’s Church, Upper State Street. Tuesday, 9am-1pm. Through October. (518) 386-2225.


Great Barrington

All vegetables in season, fruit, cheese, bread, flowers, eggs, poultry, meat, pies, cakes, and pasta. Two days in the season feature local art and crafts. The Historic Railroad Station (behind Town Hall). Saturday, 9-1pm. Through October. Information at (413) 528-8950.

North Adams

Locally grown fruits, vegetables, seasonal favorites, maple syrup, jams, jellies, baked goods. St. Anthony Municipal Parking Lot, corner of Marshall and Center Streets. Saturday, 8-noon. July 14 to October 27. (413) 743-3111.


Flowers, locally grown fruits and vegetables. WIC coupons accepted. Berkshire Mall, Route 8. Wednesday and Saturday, 8-2pm. (413) 499-1012.


Seasonal vegetables, fruit, cheese, bread, flowers, eggs, poultry, meat, pies, cakes and pasta. Two days in the season feature local art and crafts. Aspinwell, Route 7, next to Bennigan’s . Friday, 2-6pm. Through October. (413) 528-8950.



Fresh vegetables, bread, cheese, wine, meats, baked goods, granola, jams, jellies, maple syrup, fresh eggs, t-shirts, flowers, jewelry, massages, pony rides and Art Farm (a tent where children can make a craft while parents shop). Manchester Recreation Center, Route 30. Thursdays 3-6pm. Through October 11. (802) 442-2553.


Local produce, fresh berries, fruits, meats, eggs, poultry, homemade pickles and horseradish, gourmet ravioli, quiche, pizza, cookies, cakes, pies, jams, jellies, honey, maple syrup, flowers, candles, teas, herbal remedies, potted plants, gourds, pumpkins, homemade soap, fresh-squeezed lemonade. Often live entertainment. Bennington Station at Riverwalk Park, Corner Depot and River Streets. Tuesdays 3:30-5:30pm, Saturdays 10-1pm. Through October 13. (802) 688-7210.

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