The Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers' Market is a "producer only" market, limiting sales to locally grown, raised and prepared products including produce, plants, cut flowers, dairy, poultry, meats, maple syrup, honey, wine, preserves, baked goods and refreshments.
Established in 1998 by Warrensburgh Beautification, a non-profit organization and committee of the Town, the market provides a source of locally grown, raised and prepared products for residents and visitors; develops an entrepreneurial opportunity for small farmers; disseminates horticultural information, promotes local interest in growing flowers and vegetables; and raises funds to further the revitalization of the Schroon River waterfront.
The market is held Friday afternoons from 3-6 p.m. from Memorial Day Weekend thru the end of October, on the banks of the scenic Schroon River in the Warrensburgh Mills Historic District on River Street (NYS Route 418) near Curtis Lumber.
"Producer Only" Market. All prepared foods "from scratch" utilizing locally grown ingredients whenever possible. The fifth annual Rhubarb Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers' Market is scheduled for Friday, June 5 from 3-6 p.m. Locally grown rhubarb stalks and plants sold. Information on how to grow and prepare rhubarb provided by Warren County Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners. Bring your favorite rhubarb dish for all to taste and win a prize. Music in the gazebo.
Warrensburgh Mills Historic District, River Street (NYS Route 418) near Curtis Lumber, Fridays, 3-6 p.m.
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Super people and great buys! LOVE the maple syrup I purchased there! I look forward to going again soon!
The Warrensburg Riverfront Farmer's Market vendors are down to earth hard working Adirondackers who provide amazing products to their customers. The ambience of the Hudson River adjacent to the market creates an even greater desire to buy local, fresh and natural products.... [more]
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It really is the most beautiful spot, with the River flowing behind it. It is small enough so the vendors are more like friends and everyone helps each other.... [more]