Irvington Farmers Market Opens on Sunday, May 31

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Irvington’s 2015 market has switched from its Wednesday offering to Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., “With a whole new ‘hands on’ board (literally –  we are meeting in May to make hand-painted signs for the market and our vendors), and, with it, a new look, new website, and new energy,” said Pascale Le Draoulec, the Irvington Farmer’s Market Director.

The market’s three trial Sunday markets were so successful last fall that a move to Sundays seemed helpful to families who could attend together on the weekend. Situated adjacent to a huge playing field, the market organizers will be providing all-day supervised kick ball activities to keep kids active and engaged while their parents shop. Hacky Sack and Frisbee will be another recreation open to all on the grass. And, as always, local music will be on hand to entertain shoppers.

Returning vendors include:

Pura Vida Fishery
Sohha Yogurt
Rich Brownies
Southtown Farms (pastured meats, chicken, eggs – not organic, but all anti-biotic and hormone free)
Gaia’s Breath (bio-dynamic pastured Berkshire pork, veal, chicken, eggs, pork and veal charcuterie, greens)
Penny Lick Ice Cream
Ronnybrook Milk
Wright’s Apple Farm
Dough Nation Pizza Truck (every week)

New vendors:

Dirty Girl Goat Cheese
Berry Brook Farm: produce, wild flowers
Running Wolf Farm: organic micro-greens, Asian greens
All You Knead Bread
Wildseed Apothecary herbal tinctures
Christiane’s Backstube: Austrian tarts and other treats made with local fruit
Consider Bardwell Cheese (award-winning cheese from Vermont, farm voted best farm in Vermont)
Old Darlin’: soaps, and lotions made with local herbs/flowers

If You Go:

Main Street School
110 Main Street

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