There IS a market on Saturday Dec. 22nd, and yes it IS outdoors in the Library Lot.
So – plan accordingly and wear your fingerless gloves so that you can stay warm and still be able to grab your kale and mushrooms!
It’s far too cold for professional musicians to bring their equipment to the market. However, wouldn’t it be lovely if we could get some caroling going to lift our spirits?
If someone out there wants to coordinate a group of singers, please reach out to me and we’ll make it happen.
Or, if you just want to take a break from your shopping and grab some friends to sing a carol or two, we will welcome it (and join in!).
In the meanwhile, for those of you planning your holiday meal…here are the vendors who are scheduled to come to the market on Saturday: (please remember there are sometimes last-minute changes beyond our control):
Honey Locust Farmhouse
True Food of Nyack
Pie Lady of Nyack
Chatham Brewing Co.
Gaia’s Breath (NEW vendor – with lots of great cuts of pork, veal, charcuterie and local cheeses)
Pura Vida Fishery
Hudson Valley Duck
Rich Brownies (NEW vendor – crazy assortment of top-notch brownies with plenty of gluten-free and vegan options, too)
Neversink Farm (NEW organic greenhouse greens – prettiest carrots you have ever seen)
Mtn. Smokehouse Products
Coach Farm will be back in January but Gaia’s Breath has lots of great artisanal sheep, goat and cow’s milk cheeses from upstate.
Chutney Masala – the Irvington restaurant that was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy will be dishing out hot Indian food from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Eat it at the market or take it home!
See you at the market!