New York City
COMMUNITY MARKETS IS HIRING!
Farmers market season is approaching and we have job openings. Click the links below to find out more.
Farmers Market Managers
Director of Market Operations
Bombay Emerald Chutney- Save $2 when you buy two products.
Cowberry Crossing Farm- all cuts of their grass-fed and grass-finished beef and organic pork chops will be discounted 20%! (both raised humanely on their Certified Organic and Certified Biodynamic small family farm).
Pika’s Farm Table- 3 empanadas for $10. $3.50 individually.
EVENTS OF INTEREST
Shop Your Values Week- Pledge and get a special deal from Community Markets.
It’s New York’s First celebration of stores &restaurants that support ethical & sustainable local businesses. For the week of May 3rd to 10th support local and enjoy fun incentives at each one. Discover businesses across the city that share your values. Attend great free events throughout the week- from bike tours to dance parties! All it takes is a pledge. learn more and pledge here .
Participating Market: Park Slope
The Old Stone House- Campfire Cuisine Beyond Hotdogs: An Introduction to Hearth Cooking-In this hands-on class, you’re going to learn how to cook an authentic 18th century meal over an open fire with local ingredients you can buy at our markets. But what you’ll really learn are the primal cooking skills that will make you a better cook in your daily life. COST: $45 buy tickets here
Sunday, May 6th and Sunday, May 13th
11:00 am -3:00 pm
The Old Stone House & Washington Park
(336 3rd Street, bet. 4th/5th Avenues, Park Slope, Brooklyn)
ROASTED ASPARAGUS WITH RHUBARB SAUCE
Asparagus season is upon us. Enjoy the freshest ingredients that the market has to offer. Here is one way to marry them in a dish, served with warm cornbread. More details here.
173 MAIN ST, 3RD FL
OSSINING, NY 10562
Fresh This Week
Croton-on-Hudson Winter Market
Van Wyck Shopping Plaza II, Maple St, Croton
DAY VENDOR: Bombay Emerald Chutney
NEW THIS WEEK: Bombay Emerald Chutney…Frozen Samosas, Kofta & Saag… Cowberry Crossing… All Cuts of Lamb… Gajeski Produce…Rhubarb, Potted Herbs & Flowers… Migliorelli Farm… Mixed Lettuces, Red Mustard Greens, Radishes, Tuscan Kale & Swiss Chard… Newgate Farm… Chives & Fiddleheads…
COMMUNITY TABLE: C.H.E.F. (Croton Harmon Education Foundation) will be at the Community table selling raffle tickets for a year’s worth of gasoline. The drawing will be held at their largest fundraiser of the year, the Under the Stars dinner dance on May 19th. All proceeds from the ticket sales benefit programs in the Croton schools. For more information about their organization click here.
|CROTON SHOPPER DISCOUNTS
Why not pick-up some wine to go with your farm fresh food?
Stop by Van Wyck Wines & Liquors (just across the Van Wyck parking lot) and receive10% off your wine purchase on market day!
Local Baked Goods…
Visit Baked by Susan at her bakery (163 Grand St) in Croton! Receive 10% off any purchase of $25 or more; this offer is good until May!
Mamaroneck Indoor Market
Heathcote Hall, St. Thomas’ Episcopal Church.
168 W. Boston Post
DAY VENDORS: Flourish Bakery, Kontoulis Family Olive Oil
NEW THIS WEEK: Gajeski Produce… Rhubarb, Potted Herbs & Flowers… Migliorelli Farm… Mixed Lettuces, Red Mustard Greens, Radishes, Tuscan Kale & Swiss Chard…
NEW YORK CITY
SUNDAYS 11AM TO 5PM
5th Ave. and 4th Street in Front of PS 51
Please note that the Park Slope Farmers Market hours of operation are from 11am to 5pm. Please understand that the time prior to opening hour provides an opportunity for our vendors to set-up their tents and tables safely. They may not be able to sell their products earlier than 11am. Thank you for your understanding and loyalty. We look forward to bringing you even more vendors as we switch to summer season at the end of May!
DAY VENDORS: Calcutta Kitchen, Kontoulis Family Olive Oil, Raaka Chocolate
VENDOR UPDATE: The Pastures now accepts Credit Cards!!
NEW VENDOR: Slopeside Syrup is hand crafted in Northern Vermont by four cousins on the land their grandparents’ have used to mold two generations of elite ski racers.
COMMUNITY TABLE: Amy Sunners (of P.S. 51) photography exhibit. Professional photographs will be for sale to help support William Alexander Middle School 51’s photography program. Artworks will be available for purchase by cash, check, or credit card.
NEW THIS WEEK: Migliorelli Farm… Mixed Lettuces, Red Mustard Greens, Radishes, Tuscan Kale & Swiss Chard…