New Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Market to Open in May

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Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market
Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market

Come and support the river towns’ new, vibrant, and abundant farmers market!

An invigorated Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Market (TaSH) will have a grand opening on Saturday, May 23, from 8:3 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Patriot’s Park; parking is available across the street at the Paulding School, and giveaways will be distributed on opening day. With music, kids activities and around 25 vendors, the market is hoping to provide a free mind-body movement class each week plus the presence of a community group on hand to present its events and activities.

Join Tarrytown Mayor Drew Fixell, the Tarrytown Board of Trustees, Village Administrator Michael Blau and Parks Director Joe Arduino, all of whom have been engaged with the Tarrytown Farmers Market Committee in planning and supporting this community-enhancing project.

Filling up half of Patriot’s Park, the vendor list will rotate and include:


Blooming Hill Farms – organic
Gaia’s Breath Farm – organic
Mead Orchards
Mobius Fields** – Sleepy Hollow farmer, • Debt Taft
Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish
Running Creek Farm

Meat and Fish:

Pura Vida Fishery
JD Farms – pasture raised meats
Gaia’s Breath – organic, pasture-raised

Baked Goods:

All You Knead – sources ingredients including grains from local farms
Artisan Oven – old-world breads
Meredith’s bakery – includes gluten free


Chaseholm Creamery

Ready-to-eat and Prepared Foods:

Coffee Labs
French Press
Penny Lick Ice Cream
Pickle Licious
Samosa Shack
Skinny Pines Pizza Truck
Taiim Falafel Shack
True Foods
Aaron Burr Cidery
Irvington Delight

Non-food Specialty items:

Clean Ridge Soap Co. – soaps with farm-based products
Skin of the Nile – soaps with farm-based products
The Grand Strand – beads
Baby Elephant Knits – Tarrytown hand-made baby caps

Through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP), the market has been approved to accept both WIC coupons and Food Stamps benefit cards.

Thus far the market is grateful to be sponsored by Mrs. Green’s, but founders Wanda Tracy, Tammy Abraham, Suzanne Sorrentino and Rachel Tieger are hoping to have more sponsors on board. They also need fund-raising help from our community through online crowdfunding. So, please go to indiegogo/thetashfm to support the river towns’ latest community-wide venture.

Follow TaSH on:
Facebook: facebook/theTaSHfm
Crowdfunding: indiegogo/thetashfm

**The Farmers Pledge seeks to describe sustainable practices in a document that growers can attest is an accurate description of how they farm.  It serves as a bridge between consumers and farmers who value healthy food, strong local economies, fair working conditions and wages, the humane treatment of animals, and care of the land. 

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