Devotees of fresh food and produce, baked delicacies, savory spreads and sweet ‘somethings’ will not have to hibernate this winter. All are welcome to indulge their love of good things at Nyack’s second annual indoor Winter Farmers’ Market.
The indoor market will be open from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. during the winter months through March 27. The outdoor market reopens on April 3.
Building on the more than 15 years of success enjoyed by the Nyack Farmers’ Market outdoors, the indoor market is a partnership between the Nyack Chamber of Commerce and the Nyack Center.
Kim Cross, Executive Director, of the Nyack Center shares, “The Winter Market is a focal point for families who value healthy lifestyles, and a bright spot during the cold winter months.”
Outdoor Market regulars will recognize many of their favorite vendors at the indoor venue, including Central Bakery, DOC Pickles, Gajeski Produce, Hummingbird Ranch, Kiernan Farm, Mostly Myrtle’s, Northern Farmhouse Pasta, Orchards of Concklin, Peg’s Eggs/Hillery Farm, Pie Lady & Son Ronneybrook Farm, Taiim Falafel Shack, Teagevity and X-calibur Knife and Scissors Sharpening. Vendors new to the Market include Pika’s Farm Table and Cropsey Community Farm.
The Market’s artist-in-residence and author of Nyack Sketch Log, Bill Batson, also will be coming indoors for the winter, showcasing his work as chronicler of Nyack people and places.
New to the Winter Market this year will be a series of regular weekly classes, including early childhood music instruction with Jeffrey Friedberg of The Bossy Frog, art classes offered by the Nyack Art Collective, and cooking classes led by local restaurant chefs.
Location: 58 Depew Ave. (at South Broadway), Nyack. Free parking will be available during Market hours in the Artopee Way lot. For details, visit NyackChamber.org/winter-market- 2013-14/.