Indoor Farmers' Markets

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The markets are moving indoors for the season.

Capital District farmers' markets are getting ready to make their move indoors.

The Schenectady Greenmarket moves inside this Sunday and next Saturday ( November 7th) the Troy and Saratoga markets head indoors.

So what can you get at a farmers market in the winter?

Here's a list of where you can find the winter markets and what you can expect when
you get there.

The Troy Waterfront Farmers Market
Move In Date: November 7th 2009
Time: Saturdays from 9am - 1pm
Location: Uncle Sam Atrium, Broadway at 3rd & 4th Streets(map)

Vendors/Offerings: Vegetables, Eggs, Fresh Herbs, Berries, Honey, Maple Syrup, Cheeses (cow/sheep/goat), Dairy Products, Breads, Pastries, Cakes, Cookies, Poultry, Pork, Beef, Lamb, Meat Products, Pestos & Salsas, Cider, Wines, Mustards, Homemade Soap, Jams and Jellies, Fresh Peanut Butter, Soups ...and more.
You'll also find prepared foods from a variety of local vendors, crafts, and other fun stuff like kids activities and live music.

Saratoga Farmers Market

Move In Date: Saturday, Nov 7
Division Street School gym (map)

Lots of fresh product throughout the winter, including greens, spinach, herbs, tomatoes (hydroponics), large array of root vegetables, apples,cider, maple syrup, baked goods, yogurt, cheeses, eggs and large meat selection (beef, chicken, veal, lamb, mutton, pork and goat). They'll also have ready made foods, jams, and some soap, jewelry and other crafts. During the holiday season they'll have fresh local cut Christmas trees and wreaths.

Schenectady Greenmarket
Move in Date: November 1st
Time: Sundays from 10-2
Location: Proctor's, Robb Alley(map)

Nearly 50 vendors will have meats (including bison and buffalo), cheeses, milk, bread, root vegetables. They'll also have baked goods and prepared foods, locally made wine, honey and crafts.


The Delmar Market will be at the Presbyterian Church at 585 Delaware Avenue through November and December.

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