Why are our farmers smiling?

Every Sunday farmers from across the Capital Region set up around Schenectady City Hall and welcome you into their stalls and into their lives as well. This past Sunday was one of the first perfect summer days: hot and sunny with no rain in sight. Farmers always smile when they get a day like that. Come rain or shine though, our farmers are happy to see you as you stroll through the market because they know their hard work throughout the week is going to turn into a delicious meal for you and your family – and that’s something we can all smile about.

Welcome to our new market manager!
The Board of Schenectady Greenmarket is pleased to announce that Jennifer Jennings has been hired as the first full-time Market Manager for the popular Sunday market in downtown Schenectady. Jennings comes to Schenectady Greenmarket with nearly 20 years of non-profit experience including positions with, most recently, the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York. Stop by the market tent this Sunday and say “hello!”

Café NOLA: Pulled pork; blackened catfish, chicken, portabella sandwiches; fresh squeezed lemonade and fresh brewed tea.

Earthly Remedies: Deodorant, Tick Flick’r, bug spray, lip balms, and hand salves!

Healing Path Massage: Jennifer Cross and John Horan will be offering $1 per minute chair massage to relax your sore tight muscles. Come see what they can do for you

Hope Valley Farm:  Broccoli raab, Swiss chard, lettuce (3 leaf varieties plus Romaine), garlic scapes, beets, radishes, Chinese cabbage, pac choi, spring garlic, lacinto kale, winterbor kale, pickled garlic scapes, potted herbs, annuals and flats. There will even be few tomatoes!

Naga Bakehouse: Wood-fired Artisan stuffed breads made with local ingredients including kale/garlic/parmesan, blueberry/ricotta and carmelized onion; healthy pretzels; handmade crackers; flatbreads with tomato/garlic or pear/gorgonzola; French baguettes, multi-grain loaves; salt & caraway sticks to taste and take away!

Peanut Principle: Pumpkin seed butter is back!

Saratoga Crackers: Three Cheese Traverse will be back this week! Stop by for samples.

Skinner’s Sugarbush:  Golden zucchini pineapple, chocolate zucchini, carrot, and lemon mini cakes; your favorite bars and cookies including peanut butter chocolate chunk; lemon goldenberry and cream currant scones.  Try our delicious maple syrup! Have French toast for a fast supper!

Smyth/Cid Pottery: Berry bowls, sinks and water purification crocks.

Susie’s Climax Creations: Fresh Cornish game hens, duck and quail eggs, first of the season jams including rhubarb, strawberry rhubarb and strawberry, also pickled garlic scapes.


Variety Vendors

Bard Farm
Earth Remedies by Erin
Healing Path Massage
Hudson-Chatham Winery
Laurie’s Gluten Free Goodness
Saratoga Crackers
Skinner’s Sugarbush
Smyth/Cid Pottery
Susie’s Climax Creations



Market Stage      10-12 Mike Mucilli       12-2  John Slovacek

Community Table 1   Safe Monarch

Community Table 2  Artisan Cheese Research, Michigan State University

Children’s Activity  10-1 Jenny and Abigail the balloon twisting pair