Pleasantville Farmers Market is open Saturday 8:30am - 1:00pm
 
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EVENTFUL MARKET
With an impressive harvest rolling in, and multiple, exciting events planned, the Pleasantville Farmers Market will definitely present an event-FULL morning Saturday. And the Labor Day Weekend weather looks beautiful, setting the stage for some really nice days to grill outdoors. Grilling will be happening at the Market too, with our Annual Phelps Corn Roast. As a customer appreciation event, 450 fresh picked cobs of corn, shucked before the Market opens, will be grilled and offered free to shoppers until supplies run out. Master Storyteller, Jonathan Kruk, will make his annual visit to tell enchanting, interactive tales in the Kids area. Our Market Nutritionist Marina Stopler will host a "Let's Talk" event with ideas for healthy meals for kids heading back to school. And our Music @ the Market will be an energetic romp through Dixieland with the Bottoms Up Dixieland Jazz Band. Come early, stay late, the whole morning at the Market will be great.

What Vendors Are In This Saturday?
To review vendors attending this Saturday, and where they're located in the marketplace, view our interactive Map of the Market.

Where To Park?
Get to know the "hidden parking lots of Pville". There are 7 parking lots within a few blocks of the Market. Review them all by clicking here to view a parking map.

 
Special Event: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Annual Phelps Corn Roast This Saturday
450 ears of just picked corn will be generously supplied by Gajeski Produce and Mead Orchards early Saturday morning. Those get shucked, by a hardcore team of volunteers, to be ready for the grill by 10am. That is when the Roasted Corn King (Mr. Pono Wong), will begin grilling and serving plain or buttered cobs of corn to the first 450 takers, all for just the price of a smile! Be sure to thank Gajeski Produce and Mead Orchards by purchasing some of their wonderful, late summer produce (especially corn) and fruit.


This week's Phelps Health Tip:
Sure, Clean Off The Grill And Invite Some Friends
"Healthy fats like monounsaturated fat, polyunsaturated fat and omega-3 fatty acids are found in fish, grass-fed beef and the Market's farm-raised chickens."

Just the kind of healthy advice we want to hear before a weekend of firing up the grill. Stop by Pura Vida Fisheries for seafood. Check out Yellow Bell Farm or Campanelli's Poultry Farm to weigh your poultry options. And Kiernan Farms and Cowberry Crossing Farm are well stocked in grass fed beef with a large variety of cuts available for the Labor Day grill. 

 
Peppers, Squash, Eggplants (& More) For the Grill
J&A Farm notes that their Shishito peppers are terrific when grilled - resulting in a sweet, citrusy flavor. While you're at it try our farmers' scallions, garlic, summer squash and eggplants on the grill as well.


Spice Revolution Grilling Spices
Stop by to review their featured Cherrywood Smoked sea salt, and Salt-free Abodo, both great for end of summer grilling. They'll also have Cyprus Lemon sea salt for enjoyment of Market heirloom tomatoes.

Pickle Licious Sauerkraut Sale
Sausages from Kiernan Farms or Cowberry Crossing Farm go better with great sauerkraut. Pickle Licious is running a special on their sauerkraut this Saturday as customers prepare their BBQ menus for the Holiday weekend. Quart size only $6.00 a container (usually $8.00).

Need Recipe Ideas?
Check out the Market's Recipes Page, loaded with over 40 recipes submitted by our farmers, vendors and visiting food artisans.


PROGRAMMING FOR
THIS SATURDAY, AUGUST 29:

Health & Sustainability: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Let's Talk: Back-to-School, Breakfast and Lunch

Our Market Nutritionist Marina Stopler, MS, RD, IBCLC, will present a morning of dialogue and information about school children and foods that can help fuel their busy days. Marina will be providing seasonal and easy to prepare breakfast and lunch suggestions and recipes. There will also be a display of foods for parents, grandparents, and caretakers to get ideas of how to combine foods for nutrient-dense meals for their kids.

 

Kids Event: 9:30am - 11:00am
Starting at 9:30am, Jonathan Kruk Performance

Calling all kids: arrive on time to see Master Storyteller Jonathan Kruk. His interactive performances are at the heart of Historic Hudson Valley's popular Headless Horseman events, and he provides entertaining visits to schools in our area. Jonathan Kruk has produced audio cds with original tales and classic legends for all ages. Saturday's events is more playful than spooky, and is one of our favorite events of the year. Remember to be seated by 9:30am when the fun begins!

 
Music @ The Market: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Bottoms Up Dixieland Jazz Band

The Bottoms Up Dixieland Jazz Band brings to life the energetic romps of 1920s New Orleans, a la Louis Armstrong and Kid Ory. Featuring some fun modern twists, this band will have people singing, clapping, and dancing in the Market aisles.

 

THIS SATURDAY
MARKET OPEN
8:30 - 1:00

HEALTH & SUSTAINABILITY:
8:30 - 12:30
LET'S TALK:
Back-to-school
breakfast & lunch


KIDS EVENT
9:30 - 11:30

Starting promptly at 9:30
Master Storyteller
Jonathan Kruk


SPECIAL EVENT
10:00 - 12:00
Annual Phelps Corn Roast


LIVE MUSIC
10:00 - 12:00
first visit to Market by
The Bottoms Up
Dixieland Jazz Band


For a complete schedule of events, visit our calendar page.


 
 

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PLEASE NOTE MARKET OPENS AT 8:30am
Pedestrians are asked to not enter the marketplace prior to 8:00am due to the presence of moving vendor vehicles up until that time.


DOGS NOT PERMITTED
Please Note
Village Policy:
No Dogs at Indoor or Outdoor Markets

For the health and safety of our shoppers, after consideration of 5 years of shopper feedback and the input of multiple experts, the Village of Pleasantville and its Market operator, Foodchester, Inc., have decided to make the Pleasantville Farmers Market for humans only.



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