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Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market

10 Nov

We have a great line up for our first Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market, stop by the Pawling Fire House on November 17 and jump start your holiday shopping with us!

Here’s what you can expect.

Produce: Our farmers have a full range of winter vegetables for your holiday table, here are just a few: Leeks, potatoes, squash, pumpkin, carrots, sweet potatoes, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, onions, herbs….the list goes on! Our vendors will have bread, coffee, hot cider, beef, pies, preserves, maple syrup, honey, cookies and cakes.

Holiday gifts: Handcrafted jewelry by Emergent Jewel, greeting cards from Garden Greetings, stunning photography by Lori Adams, wreaths, succulents and indoor plants by Vintage Terrarium and children’s books by Daffodil Press.

Music: Guitarist Glenn Roth will kick things off at 9am followed by Brooklyn band, the Big Volcano who will be playing some big tunes to keep us moving and the atmosphere buzzing.

The Pawling Resource Center will be at the market to take donations of food and toiletries for their Thanksgiving food pantry.

Oh…and don’t forget to bring your blunt knives for a tune up with Nick the Knife!

We hope to see you on Saturday morning, doors open at 9am – 1pm, let’s make this an event we want to repeat next fall!


Join us for a very special holiday market!

23 Oct

We are excited to announce our first ever pre-Thanksgiving Farmer’s Market on Saturday, November 17 from 9am to 1pm at the Pawling Fire House on South Street.

25 vendors and artisans will be there with plenty of food for your holiday table as well as lots of options for early holiday gift shopping. Besides live music to keep things hopping, Nick the Knife will also be on hand to give your carving knives a tune-up.

The Pawling Resource Center will have a table at the market to take donations of food for their Thanksgiving food pantry.

We will be sharing more details in the coming weeks.

PFM_Thanksgiving Flyer

Thank you for a great season

30 Sep

Many thanks to the vendors, artisans, and shoppers who made our 2018 season a success! The final Saturday is always bittersweet, marking the end of summer and the days of meeting friends old and new on the Village Green each week, but we hope you’ve made some great memories (and recipes).

While you may have heard that a farmer’s market will continue on the Green, please be aware that it’s organized by another group and has no connection to the Pawling Farmer’s Market.

A pre-Thanksgiving event is in the works and additional details will be posted on our website and social media as they become available.

The last Farmer’s Market of the season!

28 Sep

This Saturday will see another successful season draw to a close. This is your last chance to stock up on all the wonderful produce from our local farmers and artisans. Let’s make this weekend the best market day of the year, let’s go out with a bang!

  • ArtEast Dutchess will be on hand to share information about their upcoming open studio tour. If you are lucky, you may also get to see a Plein Air painting demo as well!
  • Daffodil Press authors Carol Paterno and Doris Tomaselli will have their popular and wildly funny children’s books, so why not pick up a few for the upcoming holidays?

Music will be provided by Ron Renninger at the bandstand.


Pawling Farmer’s Market by Jeanne Plekon



Saturday September 22

20 Sep

It’s a busy day in Pawling this Saturday with the Festival of Arts & Crafts in the village, the Pawling Resource Center fundraising walk and of course your favorite farmer’s market!

  • Theresa Ryan will be at the market this Saturday to give a demo on how to weave and spin yarn.
  • Jeanette Rodriguez will be showcasing her fine hand crafted glass pendants along with her wonderful alcohol ink paintings
  • Living Edge Designs will be showcasing their unique “live edge” cutting and serving boards made out of a variety of local hardwoods.
  • Pawling Community Foundation will be taking over the information table this week.

Donald T Lowe will be back to take over the band stand!


LostSouls2 Jeanette

Jeanette Rodriguez: “Lost Souls” – Alcohol inks on yupo paper.

Saturday September 15

13 Sep

We have a great line up of guests and artisans this Saturday to compliment our wonderful vendors:

  • Nick the Knife will be on hand to sharpen your knives and garden tools.
  • Jeanne Plekon will be exhibiting her wonderful paintings.
  • Lori Adams returns to the market to sell her note cards, books and photographs.
  • Garden Greetings‘ Amy Farrell will be back to showcase her hand printed vegetable note cards.
  • Friends of the Great Swamp will be taking over the information table this week, stop by to learn more about their work.

Last and by no means least The Rivals will be taking over the band stand!


Saturday September 8

7 Sep

It’s September, the leaves are starting to change color, the temperatures are cooling and the market will soon be closed for the 2018 season. It’s not all doom and gloom – we still have four more market days to savor the wonderful offerings from our vendors, whether that be bread, coffee or corn! Come to the market this Saturday and pick up your favorite produce whilst you can.

We are excited to welcome back Emergent Jewel and the Oblong Land Conservancy. Stop by their information table to hear about their latest initiatives to preserve our landscape and open spaces.