Dutchess County 2014 Farmers' Markets
Spring is in full bloom and the Farmers’ Markets are open!
Visit your local farmers’ market for the freshest selection of seasonal products. Late spring is the best time for asparagus, salad greens, fiddleheads, strawberries and sugar snap peas!
Below is a list of Dutchess County Farmers' Markets:
Amenia Farmers Market
Year-round market with wide selection of fresh produce, farm products, prepared foods, and much more.
May-October (outdoor market)
36 Mechanic St.
Arlington Farmers’ Market
More than 12 vendors will be offering fresh produce, bread, mead, cheese, pastries, jam, ready made meals and more.
Vassar College Alumni House Lawn, Raymond Ave
Beacon Farmers’ Market
Early May-Mid November
Beacon Train Station, waterfront at the ferry landing
Fishkill Farmers’ Market
Main Street Plaza, Rt. 52
Hudson Valley Farmers’ Market
Enjoy the ambiance of a century old dairy barn while perusing local vegetables, fruits, eggs, cheeses, meats, fish, flowers and more from local Hudson Valley Farms!
Grieg Farm, 229 Pitcher Lane, Red Hook
Hyde Park Farmers Market
Offering the bounty of the Hudson Valley. Fresh produce, hand crafted breads, cheeses and wines, honey, cider, flowers and more. PLUS the CIA Cooking at the Market.
Saturday 9am-2pm(rain or shine)
Hyde Park Drive-In Theatre, Rt. 9
Milan Farmers’ Market
Meats, vegetables, eggs, cheese, fruits, jams, jellies, breads, baked goods, cut flowers, potted plants and herbs.
Late May- Late September
20 Wilcox Circle, Milan
Millbrook Farmers’ Market
Saturday 9am-1pm (rain or shine)
Front St. and Franklin Ave.
Millerton Farmers Market
Memorial Day Weekend- Late October
Railroad Plaza across from the entrance to the Rail Trail
Pawling Farmers Market
Visitors to the Pawling Farmers Market will be treated to the best and freshest produce, specialty foods and wines the Hudson Valley has to offer. In addition to food and wine vendors The Pawling Farmers Market has music and other events scheduled throughout the season too.
Late June- Late September
Charles Coleman Blvd.
Pine Plains Farmers’ Market
Off Rt. 199 behind the Stissing House
Red Hook Village Outdoor Farmers’ Market
7467 South Broadway, Municipal Parking Lot
Rhinebeck Farmers’ Market
61 East Market St, Municipal Parking Lot
Wassaic Farmers’ Market
Main Street near the Post Office
New York Times
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The Poughkeepsie Journal
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The Daily Freeman
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The Daily Freeman
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