Every Saturday
May to December
8:30am to 1pm


At the Market:



Following CDC guidance we will no longer be requiring masks at the market.

To increase accessibility and help address food insecurity, the Market will now accept SNAP/EBT. Speak to Rose at the market table to learn more. 

Para aumentar la accesibilidad y ayudar reducir la inseguridad alimentaria, el mercado ahora aceptará SNAP/EBT.  Habla con Rose en la mesa en la entrada del mercado para obtener más información.

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With today's inflationary economy, food banks are struggling and food insecurity is on the rise. Please donate whatever you can at the market or directly to a local pantry. We made our first delivery to the Mt. Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry for the year and will continue to do so each 3rd Saturday when we gather our donations and shop from our vendors.

October 1, 2022

Weekly Vendors

4E Farms

Arlotta Food Studio

Bien Cuit Bakery

Black Creek Farm

Bohemian Baked

Caradonna Farms

Doc Pickle

Don Carvajal Cafe

East Hill Creamery Cheese (Sova tent)

Fairy Juice Bar


Fresh Meadow Farm

Goode & Local by Don Rodrigo

Joe Tomato Mozzarella

Knot of this World

La Trafila Pasta

Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights

Nutmeg Bakery and Cafe

Orchard Hill Organics

Painted Goat Cheese (Sova tent)

Pura Vida

R & M Farm


Stars of the Meadow

Wild Radish (formerly True Food)

Wave Hill Bread


Annie's Ginger Elixir

Asian Farmer Dumplings

AYA Hummus

Dough Co. Bagels

Forward Roots Kimchi

Freefall Sangria

Marcelina Orange

MOMO Dressing

Neversink Spirits

Newell Farmlands

Peekskill Cookie Company

Raw Chocolate Love

Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery

The Misshapened Bowl


Richard Cortez Band


We're happy to welcome Green Tree Recycling. Green Tree recycles unwanted textiles material including clothing, shoes, accessories and household linens that would otherwise end up in our already overburdened landfills. Some of the clothing is donated to charity partners,  others are sourced to fibers and rags manufacturers. Nothing enters the waste stream. Their recycling services support people, who are disadvantaged and those in transition. Bring your unwanted clothes, even single socks, all packed in a bag and deposit at the bin in the front of the market. They will be at the market weekly.

Community Tables

Community Tables for October 1

Textile Recycling Bin

Electric Vehicle Show

Greeley's SHARE Club Spelling Bee Fundraiser

Your Community Market

Local is Better

The mission of the Chappaqua Farmers Market is to bring food that is locally grown, caught, raised or produced to our Westchester County community. We want to raise awareness of the importance of eating locally. 

May through mid-December

Shop at the train station

The Chappaqua train station serves as our outdoor venue. Each week farmers and vendors share their produce and prepared foods with us. Please come visit and shop with your neighbors. Say hello to our regular vendors, like Joe, Marybeth, Hector and Danae and welcome new ones. Can't wait to see you at the market!

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We have some new vendors this season!

Visit our vendors page to see who's new to the market. 

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2022 Market Sponsors and Supporters

We gratefully acknowledge our sponsors and supporters for their generous contributions to the market and our mission. If you'd like to become a sponsor contact us at info@chappaquafarmersmarket.org


And thanks go out to the New Castle Dept of Public Works for their regular and unstinting help with market logistics.

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