Archive | July, 2019

It’s going to be a hot one….

17 Jul

This Saturday looks set to be the hottest day of the year so all the more reason to get an early start and visit the market before the temperatures sore.

You should bring your blunt knives with you this week as our superstar sharpener, Nick the Knife, will be back at the market.

Nick the Knife

We also welcome back Emergent Jewel’s Susan Bores with her unique handmade jewelry.

Emergent Jewel

Rounding off the guest vendor line up is Daffodil Press with their children’s books, Lilymoore Farm with their alpaca yarn and knitted goods and Harvest Spirits are back to share their amazing apple based liquors and vinegar’s.

We are excited to have Arizona Lindsey play on the band stand this Saturday. Lindsey has a sweet-sounding, angelic voice combined  with a passionate vocal performance, and heartfelt and powerful lyricism. She is sure to add a cool, crisp note to a hot day.


Pick up a picnic for the community day!

11 Jul

Are you going to the Pawling Community Day? Why not stop by the market and pick up a selection of goodies for your picnic hamper. A little cheese, bread, olives, tomatoes and maybe a few cookies for dessert!


You can also check out our guest artisans.  This Saturday we welcome back photographer Lori Adams, The Slab Pottery and landscape painter Jeanne Plekon.


There will also be a children’s book reading by Daffodil Press. Music will be provided by Doug Mahard

Saturday’s music and guest artisans

4 Jul

We welcome Perry Hill Farm to the village green this Saturday, they will be selling a range of their herbal products from soaps to salves. Amy Brenner returns to showcase her finely detailed ceramics that are both decorative and functional. Harvest Spirits and Lilymoore Alpaca Farm complete the line up.

Our outstanding vendors will also be selling a range of fresh vegetables, fruit, cheese, eggs, bread, pickles, preserves, meat, mushrooms and flowers among many many other things. Stop by the market this Saturday morning and treat yourself to some of the best produce money can buy.

Music will be provided by The Sawtelles.