The market is closed for the winter season.
We will reopen in May 2022-date TBD

If you love the market please think about joining our board!
here for the application. If you want more information regarding the position please reach out to



This Week at the Market:

Next season's vendors

*Safety Protocols

Look for the list in April


We look forward to bringing another season of the market and we're in the midst of prepping for it now or please stay tuned!

In accordance with the Governor's latest Covid safety protocols, we are no longer requiring masks at the market for shoppers who are fully vaccinated (two weeks out from your second shot). That being said, we are going to reserve the first half hour of the market for shoppers who prefer to continue wearing a mask. We ask that you please wear a mask from 9am to 9:30am during which time our vendors will also be required to wear a mask to accommodate our most vulnerable shoppers.

If you are vaccinated and would like to shop mask-free, please come after 9 am. Those unvaccinated shoppers should continue to wear masks.

For those not vaccinated please continue to wear a mask to the market, for your safety and others.

  1. Unvaccinated shoppers should continue to wear masks

  2. Maintain social distancing of at least 6’ 

  3. A limited number of people allowed in the market 
    at a time 

  4. If a shopper is feeling ill we ask that they do not
    attend the market

  5. Pre-ordering is available with some vendors, click on the link below for more information

  6. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the market

This Week's Community Tables 

nothing this week

interfaith logo.png


Donations are down but the need for food still exists!

Last year our shoppers donated over 

2000 LBS of farmers market food to the pantry.


 A big thank you to all have contributed.

If you donate at the market we will bring fresh food from the market.

You can also donate directly to the pantry with the link below.


For weekly pre-orders click below

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, Nickhi and Danae and welcome new ones. Can't wait to see you at the market!

egg mobile.png

We have some new vendors this season!

visit our vendor page to see who's new to the market 

vendors page

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


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

Pascale's Blog

Follow us on Instagram