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Food Day Nyack Schedule 10_16_13

Celebrate Food Day at the Nyack Farmers’ Market

Food Day, held October 24th every year, is a nationwide celebration and movement for healthy, affordable, sustainable and fair food in the US. October 24th falls on a Thursday this year! To observe the date we’ll have a number of special programs. All are ongoing during Market hours, unless a specific time is noted.

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Fourth of July in Nyack

Reposted from Visit Nyack (www.visitnyack.org). Read the original here. What are you doing on the 4th of July this year? Nyack is the place to be for a Hudson River Independence Day celebration. Start your day at the Nyack Farmer’s Market with a delicious Market breakfast of muffins, fruit and coffee. The Market is open July 4th and every […]

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Farmers’ Market Vendor: Clean Ridge Soap Company

Established in 2004, Clean Ridge Soap Company was formed by Mia Camacho-Fitzgerald. An accomplished craftsman, she incorporates herbs and plants harvested from local New York farmers into many of her products. The entire product line of bar and liquid soaps, shampoos, lotions, soy candles and diffusers are 100% vegan, made with natural vegetable-based products that […]

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Opening Day of the 2013 Outdoor Farmers’ Market

A wonderful group shot of the ribbon cutting ceremony to open the Market’s outdoor season. This photo, and many others on our website, was taken by Dr. Arnold Roufa, who very graciously and generously donates his time and talent to the Chamber of Commerce. We are immensely grateful to him. Check out his website: www.roufamd.com.

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List of Vendors for 2013 Outdoor Season

  Bill Batson Arts – Artist-in-Residence Bluefield Farm – cut flowers, wildflowers, vegetable seedlings, plants and herbs Cactus Pete’s Homemade Jerky ** – beef jerky made with many local ingredients Central Bakery  – mountains of fresh bread, mozzarella, homemade tomato sauce Clean Ridge Soap Company ** – bar soap, liquid soap, shampoo, lotion, lip balm, […]

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Nyack Farmers’ Market Opens Outdoors May 9, 2013

Fresh produce…breads, pies, cookies…cheese… grass-fed beef…flowers…ice cream…honey…eggs…olive oil… the list of delights goes on as foodies, friends and families welcome opening day at the Nyack Farmers’ Market.  Set for May 9 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, Market day will feature a copious early Spring harvest from the area’s farms and food producers, as well as […]

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New Farmers’ Market Vendor: Eden Farms Greenhouse

Eden Farms Greenhouses will begin selling plants at the Farmers’ Market on 3/21/12, running through the end of the winter market on 5/2/13. They grow their plants in a “plant pie.” Here’s what they say about it: “As wholesale growers for garden centers and landscapers in northern New Jersey, we have found a better growing […]

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Guest Post: Robust Root Vegetables, by The Food Evolution

Nyack Chamber of Commerce member The Food Evolution is a nutrition and cooking center designed to teach people how to prepare delicious and nutritious “whole foods” for themselves and their families. They’re located in Nanuet. In this guest post, Chef and Nutritionist Diane Hoch shares the flu-fighting benefits of root vegetables, including sweet potatoes, carrots, and beets […]

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Market Alum Performs in Play About Food

Market regulars may remember Nicole Greenberg from the Pie Lady & Son booth last summer. Nicole is now in graduate school in Kansas City, where she’s performing in Eat This!, a play about…food! Read all about it here. And if you’ll be in Kansas City between March 2 and March 10 you could catch a […]

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Introducing…Festoon!

What do anatomical hearts, polka dots, vintage valentines, pussy willows  and a 14th century Persian mystic poet have in common? Stop by FESTOON on HUDSON and find out! Festoon (a.k.a. Jody Richards and Kris Burns) can often be found wandering in the woods admiring tendrils in the snow or collecting silvered milkweed pods. And then, just when […]

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