Fredonia Farmers’ Market moves back outdoors this summer

Saturday marks the opening of Fredonia Farmers’ Summer Market. This will be the 10th anniversary of the formation of this vendor-owned and operated non-profit market.

Fredonia Farmers’ Market is a year-round source for locally – produced meats, vegetables, fruits, baked goods of all kinds, eggs, maple products & raw honey, mushrooms, plants, cut flowers, herbal products, ready-to-eat foods, & artisan-quality craft goods.

The market will open with a brief ceremony at 9 a.m., with village Mayor Mike Ferguson in attendance.

Throughout the summer season the market will include music, kids’ activities, special events, and more. Darwin R. Barker Library & Museum, neighbors across Day Street, will be with us weekly, with library card sign-ups, book giveaways, and pop-up museum exhibits. Other non-profit community organizations, including 4-H, League of Women Voters, Cancer Services, Fredonia Fire Department, Literacy Volunteers, & others are welcome to take part in the market in service to our community.

Summer Market takes place every Saturday through Oct. 26, with hours 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Vendors accept cash, credit cards and SNAP benefits. The venue also is handicapped accessible. It is located in downtown Fredonia, on the beautiful & historic Barker Commons.

For more information and weekly updates, visit Fredonia Farmers’ Market on Facebook, or at our website, fredoniafarmersmarket.org. Vendor applications, rules and regulations can be found on the website.


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