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Hot Summer Sunday!

Plums are here!

Gorgeous plums in every color! Juicy and colorful! Come find out what variety is your favorite.

 

Photo: Maynard Farm

News from our vendors

Evolve Handcrafted Soap Company: We have handcrafted solid teak soap decks, made right here by us, locally in the capital district.  These beautiful and well-crafted soap dishes are made exclusively of teak, a hardwood with water resistant properties.  We have a limited supply of these high quality soap dishes, so get them while our supply lasts.

Hudson Valley Hand-Cut Scones: Traditional Irish Currant Scones

Mariaville Farm: Free eggs with any $25.00 purchase. Berkshire pork packages. Black Angus Beef. Join our CSA and save money!

Marynard Farms: We’re going crazy at Maynard Farms! Plum Crazy that is!! Six varieties and still more to be picked….Purple Heart, Shiro, Elephant Heart, Galaxy, Plum D and Sugar Baby! All are flavorful and delicious, and unique! Stop by the Farmer’s Market this weekend, rain or shine, to check them out. The Heirloom Tomatoes are just perfect! Heirloom Slicing Tomatoes and Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes in gorgeous shades of red to orange and yellow to green and purple to brown. They taste even better than they look! We’ll have lots of delicious, flavorful and juicy peaches and nectarines. Blueberries are just fantastic this year – sweet and flavorful! Ginger Gold and Pristine join our impressive array of crisp, tasty apples. From sweet Fuji, Golden Delicious, Empire, Macoun and Red Delicious – and tangy to tart Mutsu, Pink Lady, Stayman Winesap and Braeburn…all are delicious, you cannot go wrong! We’ll have lots of Green, Magda and Gold Rush Zucchini and yummy Summer Squash. Crunchy and fresh Cucumbers and Kirbies are great on their own or for adding to salads. Tender Green Broccoli and Purple, Cheddar and White Cauliflower are delicious steamed, roasted or grilled. Romanesque Cauliflower is definitely worth a try – nutty and flavorful, as well as beautiful. Don’t forget the greens – generous bunches of Dino Kale, Curly Kale and Swiss Chard will all be at the markets!! Also at the markets – tender Carumba Cabbage! Our fresh pressed Apple Cider is always a welcomed treat – and back this week by popular demand – PINK LADY APPLE CIDER!! That’s a mouthful – literally!! Thank you from everyone at Maynard Farms – we look forward to seeing you!!

Rocket’s Canine Cookies: We’ll have our signature dog treats, chicken jerky and paw balm. See you at the market!!

Saratoga Peanut Butter Company: Check out our new Adirondack Jill, a peanut/almond blend with blueberries and more!

Taj  Mahal Restaurant: Vegan and gluten-free Veggie Patties made from lentils and spinach. Good source of protein!

 

Stop by and listen to some great music!

10:00-12:00
Roben Kosek Jazz & Blues duo – the band includes Terri Roben (a children’s musician) and  MaryAnn Kosek and Brenda Fisher. The group plays a variety of music including contemporary folk music, children’s music and jazz and blues from 1920s – 1960’s.

12:00-2:00
Gomni African Drumming – John Dickson, Barbara Taylor, Bill Fichtne make up the band and specialize in African drumming.

The League of Women Voters Will be at Our Community Table

Stop by to get registered to vote or ask questions about the registration process.

 

Stop by the Kid’s Table for Crafts and Fun!

The Glenville YMCA will be here to help out! Come by and make something wonderful to bring home!

Back this week!

This Sunday yoga will be back!. Brought to us by BlueShield Northeastern New York, Annie B from the Hot Yoga Spot in Albany will host two 30 minute sessions at the market 8/19 from 10:30AM and 11:15AM. All levels are welcome!

BlueShield of Northeastern New York will be at the market to answer your questions!

 

Music supported in part by a grant from Schenectady County.

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