The leaves are changing colors, it must be fall.

There are lots of exciting things happening at market this fall. Come on downtown and enjoy this beautiful Sunday with us.

Tickets are on sale now for our annual Harvest Dinner! 

Don’t miss out on the fun go to our website now and sign up!
http://schenectadygreenmarket.org/local-harvest-dinner/

 

Music Schedule

10am – 12pm
Ron Gordon

12pm – 2pm
Sun Jam Lumber Guys

Children’s Activity

Glenville YMCA!.

Community Table 1

Whispeing Willows Wild Care

The birds are back!  Our favorite raptors will be visiting the market, stop by and  check out these beautiul creatures.

Community Table 2

Schenectady City School District Reading Program

Community Event!

SockTober!

Things of My Very Own is Celebrating SockTober and Schenectady Greenmarket is joining in!

Fill our basket with brand new cozy socks to warm the feet and hearts of children in crisis in our community.  Every Sunday during the month of October we will be collecting socks at the market.  Let’s show how much our community cares!

Specials from our Vendors

3 Chicks and a P:  Seasonal Pumpkin Spice Hummus and all our regulars.

Barbers Farm: Brussel Sprouts are ready!

Battenkill Dairy:  Mocha Milk

Bella Terra:  Smoked Dried Pimento, Kalettes (a delicious cross between brusssel spruts and kale).

Buddahpesto:  “Who da Pesto?  Buddahpesto!”

Hope Valley Farm:  Prize winning TOMATOES, lettuce, swiss chard, curly & Tuscano Kale, red cabbage, red potatoes, beets, butternut squash, honeynut personal size squash, acorn squash, arugula, brussel sprouts, zucchini, red onions, sweet onions, yellow onions, garlic, pickled scapes & cloves of garlic, basil, parsley, rosemary, giant mums and more!

Mariaville Farm: Fresh Eggs from our free roaming hens. Fresh never frozen chicken, Duck, Black Angus beef, steaks, roasts, ground etc.. Save money and stock your freezer with a Pork package from pork raised on Pasture at Mariaville Farm.

Marynard Farms:  Visit us at the Farmer’s Markets this weekend to check our abundant selection of freshly picked apples!!!  Choose from favorites like Gala, Honey Crisp, Pink Lady, Macoun, Fuji and Golden Delicious to our great selection of Heirloom varieties like Jonathan, Esopus Spitzenburgh, Ida Red and Northern Spy.  Fresh pressed Apple Cider is a true taste of fall, as are our delicious pears!  Crunchy Bosc or smooth and sweet Bartlett or Magness – it’s up to you!!  Grapes are always a pleaser – Concord, Faith, Joy, Jupiter and Marquis will be at markets this weekend.  If you’re like us, you can’t let go of summer just yet – we will have delicious Yellow Peaches and Nectarines.  Fresh picked Strawberries, too.  Sweet, juicy and delicious!!  Don’t forget your veggies!  Beans, anyone?? Tender and delicious – Green, Wax, Flat, and yes, Marvel of Venice and Dragon’s Tongue – the choices!!!  Use Celeriac to add texture and flavor to potatoes, soups, stews and salads. Try our sweet peppers in an array of fall colors – yellow, red, orange, purple and chocolate brown – delicious in chili or soups!  Eggplant Parmesan, anyone?  Heirloom eggplant in beautiful shades of purple and white are just perfect for your delicious dish.  Zucchini, summer squash, kale, garlic, beautiful cauliflower in purple, orange and white and broccoli.  There’s not much better to remind you of summer than a fresh picked heirloom tomato – stop by and see our beautiful selection of colorful slicing and cherry tomatoes – from sweet as sugar to more savory.  All will all be available at the markets this weekend!  That’s a mouthful – literally!!!  Look forward to seeing you!

Puckers Gourmet llc:  We are doing it again!!
The spicy giardinera was such a hit we are going to bring another batch this weekend to markets!!
This lightly fermented Italian vegetable medley is a crowed pleaser for sure!!!!

Simply Konbucha:  4 packs of Ginger Konbucha for $10.

These are just some of our specials. With more than sixty vendors who sell prepared food, artisan crafts, fresh veggies, homemade lemonade and more, we’ve got everything you need!

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