Two-By-Two Petting Zoo Returns to Pawling Farmers Market on June 21st, Opening Day

13 May

The season will kick off on Saturday June 21st with a visit from the popular “Two By Two Petting Zoo.”

Kangaroo from Two-By-Two Petting Zoo

Kangaroo from Two-By-Two Petting Zoo

They will be bringing a kangaroo, small alligator, ducks, a rabbit and a baby goat.  The Pawling Farmers Market is pleased to announce  its 7th season will open on this Saturday and continue through Saturday, September 20th, 9am to 12 noon.

Visitors to the Pawling Farmers Market will be treated to the best and freshest produce, specialty foods and wines the Hudson Valley has to offer. In addition to food and wine vendors The Pawling Farmers Market has music and other events scheduled throughout the season too.  Once again The Book Cove will sponsor the Pawling Farmers Market’s Events program, while Petit Cafe will sponsor the Music program for the 2014 season.

Our list of food and wine vendors and craftspeople for 2014 are:

Continental Organics
Rockerbox Garlic
New York Beef
Pickle Licious
Coast to Coast Dog Treats
Garden Greetings
Fenwood Designs
Dykeman Farm
The Frosty Noggin
The Canning Jar
The Slab
Jeanette Rodriguez
Bombay Emerald Chutney Co.
Wholey Oats
Wave Hill Bread
Bellstak Farm
Cascade Mountain Winery with Ronnybrook & Amazing Real Live Food Co.
Farm Country Soup
Olive Oil of the World
Hush Soap
American Pride Seafood
Meadowland Farm
La Caldera -Natural & Organic Salsas, Mole & BBQ Sauce
Maria’s Marvels
Amy Brenner Pottery
Drink More Good

The Pawling Farmers Market is located in the picturesque Village of Pawling on the Village Green. Across from The Pawling Farmers Market are shops and restaurants where visitors can browse books and antiques or grab coffee, pastries or lunch at Petit Café or McKinney & Doyle Fine Foods.  There is plenty of parking in the Village, and Metro North provides transportation from the north or south, with a drop off right alongside the Village Green also. Pawling has always had a rich agricultural heritage, and as part of the rising popularity of locally grown fruits and vegetables The Pawling Farmers Market continues to celebrate that tradition. Buying local food at the market can help keep us healthy, keep money in our community and reduce the wasteful trucking, flying, and freezing of the foods that we eat. For the latest news visit our Facebook page and  Like us!

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