Our mission is to provide a marketplace for high quality locally grown food and handcrafted products for the community, offer healthy food options, promote a strong local economy, and contribute to the preservation of small family farms.
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2018 Summer Market
Great news! The village has approved our request to create 2 temporary handicapped parking spots for our market patrons. These will be marked & available during market hours. The spaces will be in the “no parking here to corner” spots on Day St. on either side of Church St.
This week’s featured vendors are Richard & Marcia Feinen. They have been a fixture at a number of local farmers markets for many years. Seeing their old red truck traveling into town on Saturday mornings, laden with produce & flowers, is an apt illustration of the old phrase “the fruits of their labors”.
The farm has been in the Feinen family for three generations. Dick’s grandfather emigrated from Germany & began farming in Sheridan. When Dick graduated from school in 1963, he went into the business with his father & brothers. He has been working the 200-acre farm on his own since 1980. Dick & Marcia have three children, two daughters in the medical profession, & a son who is the Sheridan Highway Superintendent.
The Feinen farm produces everything from apricots to zucchini. All seedlings are started in their own greenhouses. In addition to selling at multiple farmer’s markets, the Feinens have a stand at the farm on the corner of Rts. 20 & 39.
Whether you shop at Farmer’s Market , or visit the stand, whether you need one tomato or are ready to can, Dick & Marcia & their employees would love to serve you!
no special events planned for this week, just tons of the very best in fresh produce, baked goods, meats, eggs, & artisan craft goods!
Aug. 11 National Farmers Market Week
come celebrate with us! We will have Kids’ Yoga with Rebecca 10:15 – 11am, and Angie from EatSmart NY will do a food demo from 11am -1pm. This week’s treat: Super Sundaes! Yummy!
Kids’ Yoga with Rebecca – 10:15 – 11:00am – bring mats or towels if you wish – $3 suggested donation
Dark Road Duo – 11:00 – 12:30- Harmonica-driven eclectic blues & folk with Harmonica Vic & Cinde on guitar & vocals. Check them out at darkroadduo.wixsite.com!
We have a new vendor, The Vintage Teagarden! Unusual, beautiful things crafted from salvaged & recycled materials! Check them out on Face Book… & at Market!
Northern Chautauqua County Suzuki students will present music from 11am – 12:30pm, plus free keyboard mini-lessons for the public
Doc Baker’s Musicological Extravaganza 11-12:30 – Fredonia native Ben Baker returns for a hometown performance of his unique blend of acoustic, folk, & indie rock, dubbed “Northern Americana”
EatSmartNY Food Demo with Angie – 11am – 1pm: this week – Strawberry Salsa
Svenska Spelman – 11am – 12:30pm traditional Scandinavian dance music
new fruit & veggies coming in every week, mouthwatering baked goods (including gluten-free & vegan), meats, eggs, plants, & artisan crafts