Choosing fresh fruits and vegetables at an outdoor market.

Seasonal fresh produce

Seasonal fresh produce

Value added products also are available.
Image by Sandy Repp

Value added products also are available.

Sullivan County Farmers' Markets

Sullivan County Farmers' Markets

Farmers' Markets

Every week during the growing season our communities can enjoy the freshest seasonal fruits, vegetables, herbs, bedding plants, perennials and fresh cut flowers that are grown locally and many organic. Our talented crafters offer body botanicals, soaps, fine millinery, pottery, handbags, candles, jewelry and crafts. The local farms produce delicious cheeses, yogurt, jams, wines, maple syrup, honey, free range eggs, fish, pork, poultry and beef. Then there are the specialty foods that will have you coming back time and again for quiches, soups, sauces, breads, pastries, cookies and barbecue.The farmers’ markets are more than just for purchasing your produce. They are a gathering place for friends and neighbors to relax and converse, enjoy a pastry, cookie or homemade ice cream.

Barryville Farmers’ Market:

3385 State Route 97, Located behind The River Market, Barryville, NY

May 20 – October 28

Every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm

(570) 224- 8013

greg@willowwisporganic.com

www.barryvillefarmersmarket.com

Barryville Farmers' Market is an open air market featuring local products. At the market you'll find…seasonal fresh fruit, vegetables, herbs, milk, yogurt, cheese, meat, eggs, prepared foods, baked goods, bread, jam, wine, cut flowers, handcrafted soap, apothecary goods, artisan crafts, and more!

Callicoon Farmers’ Markets:

Sullivan County Farmers’ Market Association

Outdoor Market

A. Dorrer Drive, Callicoon Creek Park, Callicoon, NY

May 7 – Nov 12

Every Sunday from 11 am – 2 pm

(866) 270- 2015

manager@sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org

www.sullivancountyfarmersmarkets.org

The market has matured, now supporting 35 individual vendors at the height of the season. With a decidedly inclusive something-for-everyone approach, shoppers can choose from freshly picked organic or conventional vegetables, glorious seasonal fruit, breads and sweets, locally grown meat, fish and poultry, cheeses, yogurt, ice cream, honey, pasta, jams, syrups, and gluten free options. There’s also kombucha, hard cider and wine, and a variety of prepared food. For the rare shopper who is not interested in the local food bounty, there are handcrafted skin care products, plants & flowers, birdhouses, pottery, decorative & functional wood products, and jewelry too.

Indoor Market

8 Creamery Road, Delaware Youth Center, Callicoon, NY

Dates to Be Announced

Kauneonga Lake Farmers' Market
Saturdays, 10am-1pm.

May 27 thru September 2.
Fire Department Pavilion. 3594 State Route 55, Kauneonga Lake
A smaller market featuring fresh produce, meat and specialty goods.

(845) 533-3131

info@communitymarkets.org

www.facebook.com/kauneongalakefarmersmarket

Liberty Farmers’ Market

Creekside Park. 119 North Main Street, Liberty, NY

June 9 – September 29

Every Friday from 3 – 6 pm

(845) 439- 1230

info@catskillmountainkeeper.org

www.catskillmountainkeeper.org

Catskill Mountainkeeper hopes to increase access to healthy, local foods for under-served populations in Liberty, NY. The market will provide a blend of vegetable and fruit growers, local bakers and meat producers, as well as live music, educational programming, and community organizations.

Monticello Farmers’ Market

North Street and Jefferson Street, Ted Stroebele Parking Lot, Monticello, NY

June 12 – September 18

Every Monday from 11 am – 2 pm

(845) 439- 1230

info@catskillmountainkeeper.org

www.catskillmountainkeeper.org

To increase access to healthy, local foods for under-served populations, the Eat Healthy Farmers’ Market at the Government Center in Monticello, NY is approved for the Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), the Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP), the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) Vegetables and Fruit Program, as well as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).

Narrowsburg Farmers' Market
Fridays, 5-8pm. May 26 thru September 1.
Narrowsburg Union. 7 Erie Avenue, Narrowsburg.
12+ vendors featuring fresh produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, hard cider and more.

(845) 533-3131

info@communitymarkets.org

www.narrowsburgfarmersmarket.org

Rock Hill Farmers’ Market:

Rock Hill Business and Community Association

223 Rock Hill Drive, Rock Hill, NY

June 3 – September 30

Every Saturday from 10 am – 1 pm

rhfarmersmarket@gmail.com

www.rockhillfarmersmarket.com

The Rock Hill Farmers' Market sells fresh fruit, vegetables, hard cider, wine, honey, cheese, soaps, plants and flowers, skin care products, bread, baked goods, jams and jellies, eggs, and prepared foods. There are activities for kids, live music and educational demonstrations.

Roscoe Farmers’ Market:

Niforatos Field, Roscoe, NY

May 14 – October 8

Every Sunday from 10 am – 2 pm

cottagelot@citilink.net

www.roscoeny.com

The Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods

Market Manager: Kasia Zalewska

Hurd Road, Bethel Woods Performing Arts Center, Bethel, NY

Sundays in the fall from 11 am – 4 pm

September 3 – October 1

kzalewska@bethelwoodscenter.org

www.bethelwoodscenter.org

The Harvest Festival presents a unique blend of farmers' market, artisan and crafters, live music, fresh food, special events, children’s activities, and educational and historical programming.

Contact

Melinda Meddaugh
Agriculture & Food Systems Team Leader
mm2592@cornell.edu
(845) 292-6180 Ext. 116

Last updated April 18, 2017