Opening Day 2019

And, we’re BACK!As much as we love our winter residency in the cozy MSS auditorium we are ready to unfurl the tents on the basketball court and switch to our laid-back Sunday vibe tomorrow.
Our vendor line-up just keeps getting better and more interesting. This year, you can count on exquisite, fresh local blossoms from the And, we’re BACK! As much as we love our winter residency in the cozy MSS auditorium we are ready to unfurl the tents on the basketball court and switch to our laid-back Sunday vibe tomorrow.

Our vendor line-up just keeps getting better and more interesting. This year, you can count on exquisite, fresh local blossoms from the Sprig Flower Truck every week. Dana Karin had a vintage Chevy truck and snow plow retrofitted into a mobile flower shop. She sells only flowers plucked from local farms and you can either make your own bouquets or let her work her mix n’ match magic. Also new this year, Majestic Farms, will be selling heritage breed pasture-raised cattle, pork and poultry. All of their animals are raised, sustainably, in the fields, pastures and woods at their Catskills farm. They will also be bringing ORGANIC apples to the market come fall. Stoneberry Farmis bringing organic produce from Katonah. We have Leila’s Crepe Station food truck joining us (not this week, but next) and other surprises up our sleeve. Happily, all of our beloved long-time vendors like Berrybrook Farm,Madura FarmTeagevityand Joe Tomatoare returning.

Also, YogaWorkswill be bringing some of their fantastic Sunday classes to the market twice a month. On the first Saturday of each month (including June 2, opening day) Nicole Alexander will teach her 9:15 class on the huge grassy lawn near the market, facing the river. On the third Sunday of each month, Kathy Marino will teach her 10:30 class in the same space. The classes are OPEN AND FREEto all. So bring your yoga mat along with your reusable bags.

And, of course, we are continuing to host the wonderful composting program that has grown by leaps and bounds. So proud of our community for doing their part and to the Green Policy Task Force for coordinating these efforts. Go Anne!Thanks to all of those who will make this effort possible each week: the Village of Irvington; the Irvington Unified Free School District, the Irvington Police Department, the Parks & Rec. Department, Mi-Box Mobile Storage, Eileen Fisher, William Raveis Legends Realty Group, Ferguson Malone Architecture, Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, Dandelion Geothermal, and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.And thanks to all of our loyal shoppers for EATING LOCAL.We’re open from 9 to 1:30.every week. Dana Karin had a vintage Chevy truck and snow plow retrofitted into a mobile flower shop. She sells only flowers plucked from local farms and you can either make your own bouquets or let her work her mix n’ match magic. Also new this year, Majestic Farms, will be selling heritage breed pasture-raised cattle, pork and poultry. All of their animals are raised, sustainably, in the fields, pastures and woods at their Catskills farm. They will also be bringing ORGANIC apples to the market come fall. Stoneberry Farm is bringing organic produce from Katonah.
We have Leila’s Crepe Station food truck joining us (not this week, but next) and other surprises up our sleeve.
Happily, all of our beloved long-time vendors like Berrybrook Farm, Madura Farm, Teagevity and Joe Tomato are returning.
Also, YogaWorks will be bringing some of their fantastic Sunday classes to the market twice a month. On the first Saturday of each month (including June 2, opening day) Nicole Alexander will teach her 9:15 class on the huge grassy lawn near the market, facing the river. On the third Sunday of each month, Kathy Marino will teach her 10:30 class in the same space. The classes are OPEN AND FREE to all. So bring your yoga mat along with your reusable bags.
And, of course, we are continuing to host the wonderful composting program that has grown by leaps and bounds. So proud of our community for doing their part and to the Green Policy Task Force for coordinating these efforts. Go Anne!
Thanks to all of those who will make this effort possible each week: the Village of Irvington; the Irvington Unified Free School District, the Irvington Police Department, the Parks & Rec. Department, Mi-Box Mobile Storage, Eileen Fisher, William Raveis Legends Realty Group, Ferguson Malone Architecture, Houlihan Lawrence Real Estate, Dandelion Geothermal, and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
And thanks to all of our loyal shoppers for EATING LOCAL.
We’re open from 9 to 1:30.