We’re back at the Chappaqua Train Station!

The mission of the Chappaqua Farmers Market is to bring food that is locally grown, raised or produced to our community. Additionally we want to raise awareness of the importance of eating local for the sustainability of our planet. Visit our Westchester County market every Saturday at the Chappaqua Train Station.

The market is open every Saturday from 8:30am to 1pm


Vendors and News:

June 16th Vendors


Arlotta Food Studio
Back to the Future Farm
Bien Cuit Bakery
Big Bang Coffee
Black Creek Permaculture Farm
Blessed Brew Kombucha
Bohemian Baked
Caradonna Farms
The Carbon Chocolate Workshop
Dacha Fermented Foods
Dr. Pickle
Growing Hearts Farm
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Letterbox Farm
McGrath Cheese Co.
MOMO Dressing
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Penny Lick Ice Cream
Pie Lady & Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Spoon Me Soups
Stars of the Meadow Flowers
Stone and Thistle Farm
Sun Sprout Farm
SweetHearth Bake Shop
Taiim Shack Mobile
True Food of Nyack
Three Little Pigs BBQ
Wave Hill Breads
Wright's Apple Farm

Music and Events for June 16th


Ranger Rick
SAB Composting Kits
Marti Wolfson food demo
Fiddlehead Cooking Studio (for kids)


Pascale’s Blog

  • june 14, 2018


    Sunshine, strawberries, spirits and snakes!

    Lots going on at the market tomorrow! For starters, Ranger Rick is back with his animal menagerie from iguanas, to bunnies, roosters and yes, snakes. We will also have two separate cooking demos, one geared just for kids. Renana Shvil of Fiddleheads Cooking Studio will be here to teach your kids some cooking basics. She hopes to make a seasonal recipe with rhubarb and/or strawberries. No sign-up necessary, just come to the market tent for a 10:30 start.

    Marti Wolfson, will also be whipping up some good grub with whatever inspires her in the market bins.  She wasn’t on the calendar, but asked if she could come. Can you blame her? I can’t think of a better place to spend a Saturday morning with your family than with our market family. And, it is a family. Did you know that Marti named her daughter Olive after she and husband Evan spent their honeymoon among the olive groves of Messinia, Greece? They chose that spot because that’s where Demetra, of Kontoulis Olive Oil, harvests and presses her olives every fall and, well, who doesn’t love Demetra?

    cookingI like that all the vendors and shoppers are watching Olive grow, just as they are watching Annie, Linh’s adorable (and oh so cooperative!) baby at the VN Food to GO tent. She’s been coming to the market since she was three weeks old, barely  bigger than a summer roll, and just celebrated her first birthday.  And vendors and shoppers alike know exactly how many teeth she has. Joe Tomato, who chats up every kid who comes to his table will likely be congratulating Chappaqua high school grads tomorrow, kids who’ve been buying mozzarella balls from him since they were pipsqueaks.


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