Owl Wood Farm makes great efforts to always have salad greens available at the Farmers’ Market, as well as the seasonal crops that come and go. “The harvest will be plentiful from here on out and we will have most of the 40 or so crops that we grow [available at the Market]” Bascom said.
Trust us when we tell you that Ana’s Empanadas are in a class all their own. Their mouthwatering empanadas are handmade and baked with real ingredients (Many of which are locally sourced!).
Get to know Christopher Castrio, partner at Argyle Brewing Company, a little better and keep reading to learn more about ABC and their delicious local craft brews!
Wednesday, August 12, 2015 from 4-5:00 PM Hey Kids! Come to the Market and learn how to twist balloons with Balloon Gal Jenny! This beginner twisting class is for children ages 5 and up. In this 1 hour instructional class, Balloon Gal Jenny will teach you how to make FOUR different designs! Each participant will receive […]
The Saratoga Farmers’ Market will begin its indoor, winter-season market at Lincoln Baths in Saratoga Spa State Park on Saturday, November 1 (hours 9-1).
Saratoga Springs Public Library is hosting an open “book discussion series” for fall, centered around agricultural titles.
Here are some of the recipes from the September 20 cooking demonstrations at the market.
Clifton Park Farmers’ Market will re-open on Thursday, July 3, at St. George’s Church, 912 Route 146. Market hours are 2-5 p.m. every Thursday through October.
Enjoy family yoga (all ages welcome) at the market every Wednesday at 3 p.m. through the summer, beginning June 25th.
The Lyme Action Network is working with Saratoga Farmers’ Market to encourage local youth to become better educated about tick-bite prevention and Lyme Disease through a poster project and education session at the market. The posters can be submitted at the market through June 14th during market hours.