What’s Fresh This Week – March 5, 2017

What’s Fresh This Week – March 5, 2017

It’s MAPLE SYRUP Season!

Whether this means pancakes, waffles, ice cream, cocktails, bacon, or pasta (only if you are Elf), grab some fresh and local New York State maple syrup and lots of other great local goodies, fresh produce, and some good things to eat at this Sunday’s Schenectady Greenmarket at Proctors Theater. Please note this Sunday we will be upstairs in Robb Alley (near Apostrophe Cafe) and directly downstairs. See you then!

P.S. Check out the new Schenectady Greenmarket Short Documentary, located on the Facebook page here!
This Week’s Featured Vendor:
Rocket’s Canine
Special Items From Our Vendors This Week

Ali Herrmann: ‘Ides of March’ special! Stop by, say hi, mention this post, and receive $5 off any handmade jewelry item!

Assembly Coffee Roasters: Come try our NEW Ethiopia Howolso Co-op! This coffee is sweet and spring-like with notes of juicy berry and bright lemon.

Healing Path Massage: Jean Marie and Jennifer will be offering chair massage this Sunday. Stop by and get the kinks out of those winter muscles. Spring is coming.

Lovin’ Mama Farm: Certified organic shoots and micro greens: Pea Shoots, Vitality Mix, Micro Kale, Spicy Radish, Micro Herb Mix, Micro Mustard, Cilantro, Micro Arugula, Cat Grass

Painted Goat Farm: Fresh goat cheese is back in season! We are back at the market this Sunday with fresh cheeses, feta, and goat meat.

Saratoga Peanut Butter Company: Our decadent Chillin’ Chocolate chunky peanut butter delivers a major antioxidant boost courtesy of our dark chocolate. Low in sugar and high in satisfaction, make sure to grab a jar (or five!) this weekend!

WASH Green and Clean: Our amazing laundry detergents and natural room sprays! Our products cost only pennies per use!
Funding for our music program is made possible in part by a grant from the Schenectady County Legislature through its County Initiative Program.

Music Schedule
10 AM – 12 PM
Terri Roben

12 PM – 2 PM
Gabriela Giordan
Variety Vendors
Ali Herrmann
Assembly Coffee Roasters
D&W Farm and Animal Rescue
Mosaics by Christine
Painted Goat
Smyth/Cid Pottery
Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery

 

What’s Fresh This Week – January 22, 2017

What’s Fresh This Week – January 22, 2017

Resolutions?

Can you believe we are already 3 weeks into January?  How are your resolutions coming along?  WE AGREE, it is hard to keep up with those resolutions so you can maintain your hard earned efforts by stopping by THIS SUNDAY to pick up some fresh and local goods at the Schenectady Greenmarket in Robb Alley and the GE Theatre in Proctors!  We look forward to seeing you there. 
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Featured Vendor – TAJ MAHAL

Special items from our vendors this week:
Electric Cookie Jar:  New to the market are our Vegan Blueberry Spice Bars. Returning popular flavors this week will be Flourless Fudge, Orange Chocolate Sugars, and the most popular, Mexican Hot Chocolate.

Healing Path Massage: Jennifer and Wendell offering chair massage this week. If your neck, shoulders, upper back, arms or hands are bothering you come over to see what they might be able to do to help ease your discomfort. You’ll be glad you did.

Hope Valley Farms:  Baby salad greens mix, baby lettuce, red, ehite, russet, & fingerling potatoes, onions, garlic, brussel sprouts, red cabbage, pickled scapes

Music Schedule

10am – 12pm 
Gordon Street

12pm – 2pm 
Garbriela Giordan

Variety Vendors

– Ali Herrmann
– Assembly Coffee Roasters
– D&W Farm and Animal Rescue
– Skinner’s Sugarbush
– Smyth/Cid Pottery
– Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery

Community Table
Niskayuna Relay for Life

Relay for Life is a 12 hour long event that will take place on the Niskayuna High School track.  We fund raise before hand and also have fundraisers during the events.  All proceeds go to the American Caner Society, where it is used to fund research, transportation for patients to and from treatment, and much more.  Please click here for more information about Niskayuna’s Relay for Life. 

What’s Fresh This Week – December 11, 2016

What’s Fresh This Week – December 11, 2016

Schenectady Greenmarket
Sunday 10:00am – 2:00pm
Inside Proctors

Holiday Parties? Gifts? Stocking Stuffers? We have you covered!

Whether you’re hosting or attending a Holiday Party this season, grab a LOCAL gift from the Schenectady Greenmarket on Sunday so you don’t show up empty handed!  There is a lot of good stuff this Sunday so don’t miss out!

Let us wrap that up for you!
Looking for a perfect gift to give this holiday season? A basket of local foods and artisan goods from the market is a wonderful gift. Come to the market this Sunday and/or next Sunday, December 18th and the Schenectady Greenmarket will provide complementary gift basket wrapping! Pick up a basket at the Market Table, fill it with local market goodies, and we’ll put the finishing touches on it to help you create a beautiful, unique holiday gift.

——-Please note that there will be NO market on Sunday, December 25th, 2016.

Special Items From Our Vendors This Week: 

Ali Herrmann: A gorgeous selection of handmade sterling and stone jewelry, along with one of a kind encaustic artworks for my final Sunday market before Christmas!

Bon Bon Brazil NY: Celebrate the holidays with unique and delightful Brazilian treats. Bon Bon Brazil NY offers many delicious flavors for everyone to enjoy. We use fair trade chocolate that is processed with ethical labor practices which is very important to us.

DW Rescue Farm: Offering a special to help you fill your gift basket! I will take 2 dollars off the top of any purchase that includes 3 items!

Electric Cookie Jar: We are still taking orders for Christmas cookies until the 18th. Order forms available at the market.  This week we will have Egg Noggins, Carrot Spice (vegan), and Maple Fig.

Healing Path Massage: Jean Marie and Deborah will be offering chair massage this Sunday. Only 2 weeks left to de-stress your muscles and pick up that holiday gift certificate for someone in need of some relaxation.
Hope Valley Farm:  Baby lettuce mix, baby salad greens, acorn, carnival, & butternut squashes, 4 kinds of garlic, gift braids of garlic, curly kale, tuscano kale, red & yellow onions, red, white blue & fingerling potatoes, arugula, radishes, pickled garlic scapes, prepped brussel sprouts, holiday sprays & wreaths, fresh parsley plants, red cabbage & napa cabbage.

Mariaville Farm: Pasture raised Beef, Pork, Lamb and Chicken. Do you need a Turkey for Christmas? Reserve yours now, only 2 left.

Mariaville Mushroom Men: Do you need a unique gift for someone special for the holidays? Stop in and pick up a Mushroom grow kit or a wrapped gift basket of Mushroom teas and seasonings. We will be upstairs at the top of the stairs as featured vendor this Sunday.

Painted Goat Farm: LAST market for us this season, stock up; our goat milk caramel is a great holiday gift.

Puckers Gourmet LLC: Count on us for that unique gift. Give a jar of pickles and give the gift of health!

Slate Valley Farms: Lots of Honey and Maple Stocking Stuffers and Gifts. Maple Ice Tea special $2.50 each. Rest of our Drinks $2.75 each or 6 for $15.00.

Ulster Soaps: Small and large soap gift boxes with free wrapping. Pick-up a box of our new bath bomb truffles as stocking stuffers for the ladies on your list.

Special Event
Christmas basket wrapping station at the volunteer table.

Local Expert
Yoga Bliss on the Blvd with Mary Clare O’Connor

Variety Vendors

– Ali Herrmann
– Assembly Coffee Roasters
– D&W Farm and Animal Rescue
– Jewelry by Donna Marie
– Mariaville Mushroom Men
– Skinner’s Sugarbush
– Smyth/Cid Pottery
– Springbrook Hollow Distillery
– Ulster Soaps
 

Music Schedule

10am – 12pm
Terri Robens
12pm – 2pm
Andrew Mollica
What’s Fresh This Week – October 30, 2016

What’s Fresh This Week – October 30, 2016

What’s Fresh this Week
HAPPY HALLOWEEN
This Sunday at the Schenectady Greenmarket, we are celebrating not only Halloween, but the
LAST OUTDOOR MARKET!
Come wearing your flannels and grab something warm to drink from one of our vendors, and join us in celebrating the bittersweet move inside!  Starting next Sunday, November 6th, you can still buy fresh produce and other great local items inside Proctors.  Click here to find more information.
Everyone of all ages is welcome to join us for a last chance to celebrate Halloween fun!
Have a safe and spooky Halloween!  Join us for the Local Harvest DinnerThe market will hold its annual Local Harvest Dinner fundraiser on November 10th. Spend a wonderful evening with friends enjoying live music, a silent auction, and some of the best fall food from our vendors. What a great way to support your market and our mission to bring local farmers and artisans to downtown Schenectady!
Purchase tickets online here or visit us at the Market Tent on Sunday!

Specials From Our Vendors

Ali Herrmann:  One of a kind encaustic artworks and handmade sterling and stone jewelry inspired by autumn’s fabulous colors.

Electric Cookie Jar:  Fall days are better with Oreo Cream Cheese, Pumpkin Snickerdoodles, Mexican Hot Chocolate, Chocolate Shadows, Banana Everything (vegan), and Lemon Bars. We will have these and more!

Healing Path Massage:  Deborah and Stephanie will be offering chair massages this Sunday. Stop by to relax your tight raking muscles.  Visit us inside for the winter season, we’ll be there every weekend.

Hope Valley Farm:  Prepped brussel sprouts, lettuce, salad mix, arugula, baby spinach, mustard greens, curly kale, tuscano kale, 4 kinds of garlic, red & white potatoes, napa cabbage, red cabbage, butternut, acorn & delicate winter Squash, pumpkins, yellow & red onions, pickled Garlic scapes, garlic pesto, escarole, & more!

Puckers Gourmet LLC:  A tasty treat only for the brave!! Ghost pepper pickles will make their appearance just in time for Halloween weekend!  The Gomez family farm supplied us with the amazingly hot peppers to make this seasonal favorite!

The Rescue Farm:  New batches of goat milk soap in fall fragrances of Pumpkin, Apple spice and Cranberry Chutney.

Slate Valley Farms:  Lavender Lemonade, Lavender Ginger Lemonade, Maple Ice Tea and Honey Green Tea, special for last outside market.  $2.75 each or 6 for $15.00.

What’s Special This Week? 
(Besides Halloween
Of Course)Community Table: 
Whispering Willow
Wild Care

Halloween Program with 2 wild birds (ravens, etc.)
Contact: Joyce Perry
518-356-3735
Click here for Facebook link
Children’s Activities: 
Pumpkin decorating for children of all ages!!  Bring your creativity and prepare to spook!Local Expert:
Octavo Singers –
Anik Gibeau

Variety Vendors

 Ali Herrmann
Assembly Coffee Roasters
D&W Farm and Animal Rescue
Electric Cookie Jar
Good Day Honey
Healing Path Massage
Painted Goat Farm
Saratoga Crackers
Smyth/Cid Pottery
Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery
Underground Alchemy

Music Schedule
Market Stage:

10am – 11:45am
The Forgettable 4

12pm – 2pm
South Allen

What’s Fresh This Week – September 18

What’s Fresh This Week – September 18

What’s FRESH This Week
Fresh produce and FUN right
in Downtown Schenectady!
Summer is winding down but the Greenmarket is not!  Don’t miss the Schenectady Greenmarket this Sunday to get some of the final summer harvests.  
Schenectady Greenmarket Presents:  
2016 FARM TOUR
Saturday October 1st, 2016
Friends and families of the Schenectady Greenmarket are invited to get an inside look into how our favorite local foods are crafted and grown. The tour will include activities for the entire family!   Please click here to find out more information and purchase tickets.

Specials From Our Vendors

Electric Cookie Jar:  Lemon Bars and Key Lime Shortbread (vegan). New flavors this week are Gingersnap and Pumpkin Spice (diabetic).

Healing Path Massage: Chair massages offered by Stephanie and Deborah…only every other Sunday!  Stop and see how we can ease the soreness out of your muscles.

Hope Valley Farm:  Tomatoes on SALE, lettuce, salad mix, kale, peppers, yellow squash, zucchini, cuke’s, garlic, swiss chard, new potatoes, sweet onions, unsprayed corn, indoor plants, mums, arugula, delicata, acorn, butternut squash, and gourmet Haricort beans.

Painted Goat Farm: Feta, Chorizo sausage, breakfast sausage, Italian sausage.

Taj Mahal Restaurant: Get our home-made Taj Mahal Restaurant spices to cook your own tasty dishes. Garam Masala, Turmeric, Roasted Cummin and all purpose Spice Mix.

Schedule:

Market Stage

10:00-11:45am:
Craic Agus Ceol 
12:00-2:00pm:
Mark Baptiste
Local Expert
Fresh Taste Table from Jen Sternfeld, Dinner Vacations

Variety Vendors

Ali Herrmann
Assembly Coffee Roasters
D&W Farm and Animal Rescue
Electric Cookie Jar
Good Day Honey
Healing Path Massage
Painted Goat Farm
Saratoga Crackers
Skinners Sugarbush
Smyth/Cid Pottery
Spoonbound
Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery
Underground Alchemy

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