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.

There are 2 more winter pop-up markets are inside at the First Congregational Church:

March 3 from 9am to 1pm

April 7 from 9am to 1pm


Vendors and News:

March 3rd Vendors

Anna Maria's Savory Jams
Asian Farmer Dumplings
Bohemian Baked Gluten-Free/Vegan Baked Goods
Berkun Garden Designs
Blessed Brewery Kombucha
Calcutta Kitchens
Cooperstown Cheese Co.
Christine Organic Confections (new)
Deep Roots Farm
DragonFly Granola
Farm Eats
Kontoulis Olive Oil
La Petite Occasion
Letterbox Farm
Luxx Choocolat
Madura Farms
Mangalitsa by Mosefund
McGrath Cheese Company
Megha Indian Cuisine
MOMO Dressing
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Pie Lady & Son
Pura Vida Fishery
Ready Set Sharp
Spoon Me Soups
True Food of Nyack
Three Little Pigs BBQ
Wave Hill Breads
Wrights Apple Farm

Music and Events for 3/3/18


music sponsored by Sari Shaw/Platinum Drive Realty

Special Event:
Strega Nona book reading and pasta making




Pascale’s Blog

  • march 1, 2018


    There will be so much food at the market this Saturday, it will spill out of the Church!

    Ok. Not really, but that’s the premise of “Strega Nona”, the fabulous children’s book by Tomie dePaola, about a “magic” pot of pasta that keeps expanding until the spaghetti envelops an entire village. We will host a special reading of the charming classic by professional storyteller Julie Griffin (yes, a former teacher at Chappaqua Friends Nursery School. ) at 11 a.m.


    Kids can help make a giant pot of  “yarn” pasta while Marti Wolfson, our resident demo chef and educator, will prepare her special Strega Nona Pasta recipe (below).

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