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Nyack Farmers’ Market Moves Indoors for Winter

On December 7, the Nyack Farmers’ Market will move indoors to the Nyack Center at 58 Depew Avenue for their sixth indoor market season.

Opening day music will be provided by Jeff Rubin from 9:00 am to 11:00 am, Jeff Doctorow from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. and Ian Moore from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm.

The Market specializes in local, seasonal produce, baked goods and artisanal wares, and offers great opportunities for holiday gift-shopping — with unique items such as the now-famous Nyack note cards, canvas market bags and prints by artist-in-residence Bill Batson — plus hand-made clothing and toys, natural skin care treatments, soaps and lotions, teas, sweets and treats, and much more.

Newcomers to the Market include Olde York Farm Distillery & Cooperage and Lakeside Maple. Olde York runs a farm-to-cask distillery and cooperage, using grain grown in the Hudson Valley to produce limited releases of micro batch spirits. Lakeside makes vegan, gluten-free trail mixes using quality almonds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, maple syrup, kosher salt and dried cranberries to create the perfect balance of sweet, salt and sustenance.

“Come in from the cold to support local business and secure fresh food for your family,” says market manager Pam Moskowitz.

“We’re excited to continue to offer this valuable resource to the Nyack community,” said Kim Cross, Executive Director, Nyack Center. “The Nyack Winter Farmers’ Market is a focal point for families who value healthy lifestyles, and a bright spot during the cold winter months.”

The Market is sponsored and supported by Green Mountain Energy Company, Joseph A. Lux CPA, PLLC, Nyack New and Views, Rivertown Magazine and Natural Awakenings.

Location: 58 Depew Ave., Nyack. Hours: Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. until March 30. Free parking is available in Main municipal parking lot during market hours. For more information, visit or NyackFarmersMarket.

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