Farmers Markets | Armonk Real Estate


Please note: There is NO Mamaroneck Winter Farmers Market this Saturday, January 24th due to
a previously scheduled event at St. Thomas E
piscopal Church.

In the meantime, we will prepare a FANTASTIC winter market for next Saturday, January 31st!
Several rotating vendors are planned, and the full vendor roster will include:

American Pride Seafood
Bombay Emerald Chutney Company
Christiane’s Backstube (German-inspired baked goods)
Dr. Pickle
French Press Cafe (Freshly made crepes & more, served on site)
Gaia’s Breath Farm
Gajeski Produce
Meredith’s Country Bakery
Migliorelli Farm
OM Champagne Tea
Orchards of Concklin
Orwashers Bakery
Pie Lady & Son
Pika’s Farm Table (Locally-sourced quiche & prepared foods to go)
Sohha Savory Yogurt
Stone & Thistle Farm
Taiim Falafel Shack
Tierra Farm (Locally-roasted coffee, nuts, and more)
Trotta Foods (Italian prepared foods)

The market will host music by guitarist Ed Packer from 10 am-noon.

We’ll also welcome At Home on the Sound, a non-profit organization that provides members with the assistance they need to continue to live confidently at home in the community they love. They’ll be at the Community Table – stop by anytime during the market to learn about their services.

The market is open every Saturday through early May
9:00 am-1:00 pm

Indoors at St. Thomas Episcopal Church
168 West Boston Post Road (at Mount Pleasant Avenue)

Stay tuned to all market events, rotating vendor listings, and more
on the Mamaroneck Winter Farmers Market webpage.

Thank you for supporting local farms and food businesses.

Down to Earth Farmers Markets is a mission-driven company that curates and manages approximately twenty farmers markets in Westchester and Rockland Counties, as well as in New York City. We envision a strong regional food system, built by independent farms and food businesses, that provides everyone with an alternative to industrial food. We believe that seasonal, local food is a vital part of our heritage that ensures the health of our communities and environment.


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