If you’re looking for farm-fresh, local produce, you’re in luck because the Bedford Hills Farmers Market is held indoors and out at the Bedford Hills Train Station every Saturday, until June 3. Purveyors of locally sourced organic produce, meat, seafood, artisanal bread and pastries, soups, jams, spices, wines, and flowers set up shop from 10 am to 2 pm every week. Recent vendors have included Mozzerella4u; Conte’s Seafood Restaurants; Deep Roots, Do Re Me, and Gaia’s Breath Farms; Sohha Savory Yogurt; La Petite Occasion; and Doggie Delights.
46 Depot Plaza, Bedford Hills
Nestled on the grounds of Gossett Brothers’ Nursery in South Salem is Gossetts’ Farmers’ Market. This year-round venture welcomes vendors to set up their stalls outdoors among the plants during gardening season and inside the greenhouse during the winter. Recent purveyors have included Do Re Me Farms, Wave Hill Breads, Bee Buy Apiaries, The Fish Guy, Honores Table, Johnny Cake Farm, and South Salem Gourmet. Saturdays, 9 am to 1 pm.
1202 Route 35, South Salem
The John Jay Homestead Farm Market, a popular summer destination, opens its 2017 season on June 10. Local farmers, bakers, and craftsmen arrive weekly to sell a variety of fruit, produce, meats, fish, dairy products, baked goods, prepared foods, and handcrafted products. A sampling of past purveyors includes Conant Valley Jams, Denning’s Point Distillery, Larchmont Charcuterie, Wild Virginia Dressings, and Mobius Fields. Feel free to picnic on the ground as you listen to local musical talent or take a walk through the Homestead's flower, herb, and vegetable gardens. Don't delay; the market closes for the season on October 28.
400 Jay Street, Katonah
Photos courtesy of Bedford Hills Farmers Market, Gossetts' Farmers' Market, and John Jay Homestead Farm Market