If you are a farmer, crafter, vendor and would participate, please contact us! Check back as we add more to our growing list of participating vendors!

Marva and Sue produce fresh goat cheese products from aged cheeses, semi-hard cheese, soft cheeses,and cheese curds right on their farm in Canastota. They also produce goat milk soap and lotion. They will also have  eggs and cutting boards with them each week.

Stone Brothers Farm & Greenhouses

Stone Brothers Farm & Greenhouses is a 400 acre family farm in Canastota where they operate a Dairy Farm and Greenhouse. Each week Tom Stone will bring a variety of seasonal vegetables from lettuce greens, arugula, baby chard, kale, pea shoots, leeks, scallions, parsnips, baby beets, eggs and more. 

Cedar Grove Farm

Cedar Grove Farm is a certified organic produce farm in Verona. 

At Cedar Grove Farm, Mark and Dorice are committed to growing organic, non-GMO, healthy produce. 

Choose Life Farm

Walter and Alex Krueger of Choose Life Farm of Smyrna are new to the market this year. He will be bringing each week a variety of seasonal produce from fresh greens, root vegetables, kohlrabi, broccoli, cauliflower, beans, peppers, tomatoes, poultry, jams and jellies, seasonal flowers, soap, and other skin products.  

Sprinkles with Debbie- Pink Zebra

Deborah Tillman is an independent consultant with Pink Zebra. Her products include face masks, antibacterial soaps, sprinkles (soft soy wax) simmering lights, home décor, soaks, reeds and more. 

D & S Krafts

Sylvia and Douglas Rink of Eaton are new to the market this year. They will be bringing their homemade fudge, pies, cookies, cakes and face masks!  

Perill's Design

Cindy Pittarelli of Syracuse has a variety of bedding plants, face masks, and more.

Brake from the Grind

Stephen and Darryl are committed to providing a farm to truck experience with their menu that offers fresh, local, healthy selection of salads, soups, sandwiches and snacks. They will have a rotating menu based on availability of seasonal produce, meats and breads from their partners in the growing NY agri-business. Brake from the Grind will be at the market on May 26; June 9; June 30 and July 7.

Oscar's Gourmet Steak and Crab

Oscar's Gourmet Steak and Crab... Named after King Oscar II of Sweden (1872-1905) try their namesake sandwich the Oscar, shaved ribeye topped with asparagus, crab, and hollandaise on a hoagie. They also have lobster rolls (mayo or butter), crab cakes, and vegan options. Oscar's Gourmet Steak and Crab will be at the market on June 2; June 16; June 23; July 14; July 21; July 28; August 4; August 11; August 18; August 25; and Sept. 1.

Bob Faduski's Wooden Trivets

Bob will be rejoining the market with his wooden trivets and other wooden products.

Forever Sage

Melissa Ward of Canastota has recently joined our market and will be at the market six times this season (6/30; 7/14; 7/28; 8/11; 8/25; 9/1) with her product line of hats, scarves, jewelry, masks, leggings, bath and body products, bags, purses, wallets, totes, backpacks, wine glasses, utility totes, koozies, candles, wax tarts, drink mixes, candy snacks.

Roma Soap

Roma Soap of Rome has a selection of soap, lotion, oils and personal care specialties. Stop by Bob's booth to select from the range of products he has for your skin care needs. 

Bravo Art and Design

New to the market is DeLynn of Bravo At and Design. She will have her one of a kind jewelry for sale each week. 

Apple Grove Farm and Grove Gourmet

New to the market are Mark and Richelle Grove of Apple Grove Farm and Grove Gourmet of Mexico, NY with their  apple butters, oils, vinaigrettes, marinades and hot sauces.  

C & F Crafts

Carolyn of C & F Crafts of Rome  will be joining at the market each week with her fruit jam, fruit jelly, pillows, pot holders, and gift baskets. 

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