Farmers' Market Saturday 9/24 & HARVEST FEST!

Fresh, local & unique -- find it at the Farmers' Market in Canandaigua.  Every Saturday June-October, 8:30-12:30 under the Mill Street pavilion just off Main Street.
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During our Harvest Fest this Saturday we'll have live music from Trace Wilkins 10am-Noon and an ongoing raffle of two loaded totebags, each filled with products donated by our awesome vendors!

The raffle is raising funds to be used for the Market Mural we would love to have on the brick walls at the southern end of the pavilion.  Stop by and see our draft design!

  

Every Saturday June-October.

Canandaigua Farmers Market
under the Mill Street pavilion

8:30am-12:30pm 
We can't wait to see you again and celebrate our 15th season, all season long!





 


This Saturday:                  
  • From Wohlschlegel's Naples Maple Farm: Tastings of Assorted Maple Products Weekly.
          Bag size Maple Cotton Candy

   
        3 Flavors of Maple Syrup: Golden, Amber & Dark. 
           Maple Cream Spread, Maple Garlic Rub, Granulated Maple Sugar, Maple Mustard
           Maple Coffee, Maple Black & Herbal Tea

           All Natural Maple Dog Biscuits
           Body Care Products: 
           Maple - Vanilla Soap, Lotion, Scrub, Warming Balm and Lip Balm. 
   
  • From Nordic Farm Jams & Jellies; Red Hot Pepper Jelly, Cranberry Horseradish Jam, Niagara Grape Jelly, Concord Grape Jelly, Black Raspberry Jelly(no seeds), Red Raspberry Jelly(no seeds) and Chocolate Raspberry Jam. Just a few of what I have been working on! Plus pickles and granola! !
 
  • Last call for mustard at Maggie's Mustard Seed n More! We will not be at the market in October. We are thankful for all our faithful customers throughout the summer and we wish you the best this fall and winter.  
     
     
  • Amber Reifsteck will have sunflower bunches, a few mixed flower bouquets, pumpkins on a stick, and broomcorn in every shape and form (wreaths, swags, single stalks).
 
  • K&S Bischoping will have Ginger Gold, Gala, Macintosh and Honey Crisp apples as well as an assortment of heirloom apples. Apples are a super healthy snack for everyone!! :)
 
  • Tripleberry Farm will have our pesticide-free fall strawberries, raspberries, and blackberries. We will have all of our traditional and reduced sugar berry jams and we also have our new fall soap scents ready.
 
  • Rise and Shine Bread will have English Muffin bread, Asiago Ciabatta, Focaccia, Honey Wheat, Raisin,sweet breads and brownies
 
  • Bedient Farms will have a full stock of beef, pork and chicken!  To celebrate the market’s Harvest Fest we will be offering a “Half Bushel Special”!  Get a variety of ground beef, stew beef, chicken breast, pork chops and sausage for $50!  Come and enjoy the fall bounty of the Finger Lakes!
 
  • Fresh Ayr Farm will be back at the market with lots of orange and white pumpkins, gourds and gorgeous mums to help you with your Fall decorating needs.
             
  • This week Kitchen Blessings will have a wide variety of fall flavors. Wonderful pies including Concord grape ( freshly picked this season),  many cookies including pumpkin. And....Hannah has a donut baker....so she is trying her hand at fresh mini Apple Cider donuts ( made from scratch as always).
          And don't forget we have Paleo & gluten free treats as well!

 
  • Fisher Hill Farm will have tomatoes, sweet corn, zucchini & summer squash, head lettuce, radishes, garlic and garlic scapes, potatoes, parsnips, sweet & cooking onions, beets, kale & Swiss chard and several winter squash varieties.  FRESH whole chickens, free-range eggs and Red Jacket juices also available.  Thanksgiving turkey orders now being taken!  
 
  • (Riedman's Happy Hives is unable to attend market this week.  They will be back in October but if you need honey before then please contact them via the information on your current honey label or on their Facebook page)
   
  • Live Music from Trace Wilkins on guitar & vocals.
Trace started playing an old beat up $7 guitar at the age of 12.  First song learned was Roger Millers "King of the Road".  Early influences included The Eagles, John Denver, The Beatles, Chet Atkins and Hank Williams (and they still are). He started gigging out at age 16 (with a better guitar) with the band Country Suede. In the mid-1990s, and a couple of country and rock bands later, Trace started playing solo gigs. Adding Irish music to the mix was a major turning point in Trace's musical career as it opened up an entirely new and wonderful community and a myriad of new opportunities.  Be sure and catch his live performance of acoustic guitar and rock solid vocals…Music from Country, Rock and Blues.




We have even more vendors than just those listed above in detail, come see what's happening! 
We're excited to celebrate our 15th season with monthly events and weekly smiles!

 
Thank you for your support of local farmers and small scale food processors!



 
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Market Hours
Saturdays 8:30 AM - 12:30
June through the last Saturday in October

Winter Market
10:00 Am - 11:00 Am
Every other Saturday starting November 4th, behind the Byrne Dairy on Main Street

Located in historic downtown Canandaigua on the east side of South Main Street in the parking lot between Lafayette Ave. and Mill Street. Look for our yellow signs and they will direct you to the market.
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