“Following the success of our summer markets and unique Park-It option, we are excited to continue to support our local community, farmers, and producers yearround,” says market committee chair Jacob Vennie-Vollrath. Since starting in 2009, the Saranac Lake Farmers’ Market has grown to one of the most vibrant markets in the region and the largest in the Adirondacks.
Saranac Lake Farmers’ Park-It & Market To Reopen at Hotel Saranac
Year-Round Farmers’ Market Continues to Support Local Community, Farmers, and Producers
This fall, The AuSable Valley Grange Farmers’ Market, the only “producer-only” farmers’ markets in the eastern Adirondacks, will partner once again with Hotel Saranac to offer both an outdoor “Park-It” and indoor market in Saranac Lake, NY.
The Park-It will be held from 10 a.m to noon on Saturdays from October 16 through May 28, 2022. Buyers can order online for safe and easy curbside pick-up on Academy Street behind Hotel Saranac. Products offered will include locally-grown vegetables and meat, farm-fresh eggs, artisan cheeses, fresh baked goods, handmade pasta, and more. Vendors include ADK Noodle Company/Moonstone Farm, Juniper Hill Farm, Mace Chasm Farm, Triple Green Jade Farm, Early Dawn Confections, Asgaard Farm & Dairy, North Country Creamery, and Harmony Hills Farmstead.
The indoor market will be held inside the main lobby of the Hotel Saranac from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on October 16 through December 18. Indoor offerings will include locally grown vegetables and meat, bread and baked goods, handmade pasta, farm fresh eggs, maple syrup, wine, kombucha, CBD products, photography, handcrafted jewlery, soaps and herbal products. The market will feature vendors such as Lake Flour Cakery, Berube Botanicals, Junbucha / Earth to Mind Hemp Oil / Moon Cycle Seed Company, Solitude Soapworks, LLC, CCE Essex and Adirondack Harvest, Kim Dolan Design, Sterling Roots, Polish Corner Inc., Fledging Crow Vegetables, Brandy Brook Maple Farm & Olde Tyme Winery, Ledgetop/Lost in the Valley Photography.
The AuSable Valley Grange Farmers’ Markets will also continue to accept SNAP benefits. The market will continue to follow CDC Guidelines throughout the season. Masks are required indoors and hand sanitizer will be provided.
Sign seen last year during curbside pick-up at the Saranac Lake Farmers’ Park It – Adirondack Harvest photo