Our Vendors

We’re very happy to introduce our 2019 vendors, many of whom you’ll recognize from years past. We’re also excited to be hosting a rotating food tent this year, which will feature local oils, dairy, cheese, flowers and other goods not carried by our weekly vendors. We’ll be posting these on our events calendar each week and also in our weekly newsletter, so be sure to have a look!


Aba's Falafel

A neighborhood falafel stand serving homemade falafel, tahini and salads in a pita, using fresh produce grown on local farms. Clinton Corners, NY

Catskill Fungi

Producers of high quality, triple-extracted health tincture from wood-grown mushrooms grown on our family farm. We lead mushroom walks and cultivation workshops. We also have a variety of mushroom inspired art. Big Indian, NY

Brew & Bike Co.

Brew & Bike Co is a coffee roaster and mobile cafe. 

We believe carefully roasted coffee is essential to inspiration and adventure. Woodstock, NY 

Marilyn's Roadside Eatery

Mobile BurgerMaster specializing in locally produced and freshly grilled Angus burgers, sausage sandwiches, turkey and chicken burgers, veggie burgers and Marilyn’s famous Portobello sandwiches, as well as beef hot dogs. Redhook, NY

Medicine Gardens

“Bringing the healing spirit of the plants to the people.” Offering herbs, body care products, plant-inspired art, baskets, seedlings and cut flowers. High Falls, NY

Phoenicia Soap Company

Phoenicia Soap Co. uses pure essential and nutritive oils for soaps that protect, heal, clear, brighten, and soothe irritated and sensitive skin. Phoenicia, NY

Farmstock

A multi-family farm using organic and no-till methods. They grow all manner of produce but will be bringing salads, shaved ice and juices to the market. Kingston, NY

Clove Valley CSA

A permaculture-style, community-oriented, educational farm. High Falls, NY

Lenny Bee Productions & Woodstock Winery

Honey and bee products, locally smoked trout and wine. Bearsville, NY

Northwind Farms

Sustainable, all natural meats including chicken, eggs, turkey, duck, quail, rabbit, goat, pork, beef and lamb. Tivoli, NY

Sow Good Bakery

Healthy, hand-crafted treats that are gluten-free, refined sugar-free, raw, and paleo (many are also dairy-free) and made with organic ingredients and locally grown (if not homegrown!) fruits and vegetables. Saugerties, NY

Wrights Farm

Apples, peaches, nectarines, summer berries, and other local fruit. Delicious pies, donuts, baked goods and homemade jams. Gardiner, NY

KAS Spirits

Kas Spirits produces one artisanal handmade craft spirit called Krupnikas. Originating from a Lithuanian recipe, Krupnikas blends a mixture of NY State Honey, Cardamom, Cloves, saffron, Ginger, orange and lemon zest, and pure grain alcohol to create an original soft and bold spirit. Mahopac, NY

Bread Alone Bakery

Artisanal, organic loaves of bread and baked goods, baked daily by hand. Bread Alone’s gorgeous copper mobile pizza oven provides market-goers with beautiful wood-fired pizzas every Wednesday. Lake Katrine, NY

Four Winds Farm

Certified Organic family farm specializing in heirloom vegetables including 40 varieties of heirloom tomatoes as well as organic pasture-raised chickens and grass-fed beef. Gardiner, NY

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Nancy's Artisanal Creamery

 Nancy’s we make real, fresh ice cream – everything from the familiar flavors of your childhood to modern, whimsical, even exotic new tastes. We live in the Catskills, so we’re passionate about using only local ingredients that we source from local dairy and produce farms. Woodstock, NY

Oliverea Schoolhouse Maple

A 4,000+ tap maple farm in the Central Catskills. Oliverea, NY

Our Daily Bread

Artisan bread and pastries utilizing European traditional methods, equipment and ovens. In addition to traditional baked goods, specializing in gluten-free breads and cookies, produced in a dedicated and certified gluten-free baking space. Chatham, NY

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Aaron Burr Cidery

“The Cidery” is located on a small homestead farm dating back to the early 1800s. They use use cider apples (which are very different from eating apples) from their own orchard and other locally grown and foraged apples for one mission: to re-create “true cider”, the rightful table wine of our land. Wurtsboro, NY