|First-ever INDOOR Ossining Winter Farmers Market Opens Saturday;
Second Week of Mamaroneck Farmers Market Brings Even More Vendors,
January 8-14th, 2015
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This Saturday, January 10th, visit Bach to Rock, the Music School for students of all ages. They promote that learning to play music should be fun; afterall, it’s called “play” for a reason! The group will bring all sorts of musical instruments to the market for people to explore.
It’s here! Join us for Opening Day of the first-ever indoor Ossining Winter Farmers Market. Through March, find all of your favorite vendors – and meet several new ones – at Claremont Elementary School. The school is located on Van Cortlandt Avenue, off of N. Highland (Route 9).
9:30 am: Ribbon Cutting Ceremony with Ossining Mayor Victoria Gearity, School Superintendent Ray Sanchez, together with elected officials and community advocates.
10 am to noon: Live music by the Shovel Ready String Band! In their words, they play “oldtime, jug band, country, bluegrass and original songs.” They will also have their new CD, Shovel Ready String Band, for sales at the market. We’re excited to host them. You’re going to love ’em.
AND Sharon Rowe, ECOBAGS Founder, will be a Community Table Participant at the market this Saturday. As part of our ongoing Bring Your Own Bag initiative – with the goal to eliminate single-use plastic bags from the market – she’ll sell her company’s beautiful reusable bags at deeply discounted prices.
For additional events, visit our Down to Earth Markets Event Calendar.
|Rotating* Vendors This Week
*Vendors who rotate through various markets during the season.
They enjoy getting to know many communities. Here’s where to find them this week:
Ossining Bombay Emerald Chutney Company
Nana’s Home Kitchen
OM Champagne Tea – NEW to Ossining!
Taiim Falafel Shack – NEW to Ossining!
Wave Hill Breads – NEW to Ossining!
Aroma Coffee – First appearance in Mamaroneck!