Watching the Academy Awards this Sunday? Prepare for your awards-watching party at your award-winning market!

In 2016, Schenectady Greenmarket was voted the 25th best farmers market in the US and the 2nd best in the state of New York! And those who come to the market regularly know why – we have great vendors, great music, great kids activities, and a great festive atmosphere to meet up with friends, family, and neighbors.

Come down this Sunday to learn about the history of Underground Railroad in our community, listen to local musicians Cosby Gibson and Bret Scott, do a little shopping for handmade crafts and goods, and of course, stock up on locally-produced food and beverages for your Oscar-watching!


Featured Vendor: Cornell Farm

Special Items From Our Vendors This Week

Electric Cookie Jar: Some of the flavors we are bringing to the market this week are Cranberry Lime Shortbread, Flourless Fudge, Banana Everything (vegan), and Moon Drops (grilled pineapple, coconut, walnuts with a lemon drizzle).
Healing Path Massage will have Wendell and Deborah offering chair massage. Stop by and let them help you relax any sore, tight muscles you have!
Lovin’ Mama Farm will be back with certified organic pea shoots and micro greens.  We have over 20 varieties of micros in our mixes, including Vitality Mix, Micro Kale Mix, Micro Herb Mix, Spicy Radish, Micro Mustard Mix, Arugula, and Cilantro.  Plus, trays of cat grass and trays of living micro greens to bring home.  To your health!
Puckers Gourmet:  Swing by this weekend to grab a jar of our amazing sweet and spicy pickle and experience just how good a pickle can be!
Saratoga Peanut Butter Company: Sampler packs containing four 8oz jars of our peanut butter blends Major Maple, Monkey Boy, Chillin’ Chocolate, and Blizzard Butter are available! Get yours this weekend!

Variety Vendors

Electric City Roasters
Highland Farm
Mosaics by Christine
Nine Pin Cider
Sistahs Vintage Aprons
Windy Hill Goat Dairy
Ulster Soaps
Underground Alchemy

Market Activities

Local Expert

The Underground Railroad 
Mary Liz Stewart
The Underground Railroad was the movement that enslaved African Americans used to gain freedom in the 19th Century. The Capital Region of New York State was visited by thousands of fugitives seeking freedom in the years prior to the Civil War. URHPCR, Inc. seeks to acknowledge the active underground railroad movement in our region, to raise awareness about and stimulate interest in this little recognized and inspiring part of our history, to understand it in its historic context, to encourage the recognition of local historic figures and the activities in which they engaged, to preserve that history, and to relate that history with us today.

Market Stage

10 AM – 12 PM
Cosby Gibson
12 PM – 2 PM 
Bret Scott