Saturdays from 8:30am* to 1pm • South Lot of Chappaqua Train Station
*from 8:30am to 9:00am we welcome shoppers who are 65+ and/or immunocompromised or essential workers. Regular shopping hours begin at 9:00am.
If you fall into the early category but are not there during that 1/2 hour window please let us know (look for a green vest).
This Week at the Market:
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Arlotta Food Studio
Black Creek Farm
Don Carvajal Coffee
Fort Hill Farm
Growing Heart Farm
Hodgins Harvest Mushrooms
Joe Tomato Mozzarella
Letterbox Farm Collective
McGrath Cheese Company
Mrs. D's Mediterranean Delights
Pura Vida Fisheries
Wave Hill Breads
We are closely monitoring Covid-19 and how it affects the market. The safety of our vendors and shoppers is our top priority. We will continue to work at making sure we have best practices in place for a healthy market environment.
ENTER and EXIT at the front ONLY so we can control the number of people in the market
Maintain social distancing of at least 6’
Vendors and shoppers must wear masks
A limited number of people allowed in the market
at a time
Shoppers are NOT allowed to touch any produce, bread or other items that are not sealed or packaged
Credit cards and Venmo are strongly recommended
as payment methods
If a shopper is feeling ill we ask that they do not
attend the market
We encourage that healthy shoppers shop for their elderly neighbors, friends or relative
MT. KISCO INTERFAITH FOOD PANTRY
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the pantry is in even greater need of funds to support their mission of providing underserved families with essential staple grocery items, proteins, milk, eggs, and fresh produce.
We continue to thank all the market shoppers and vendors who have helped us donate over
700 LBS of farmers market food to the pantry.
If you'd like to donate directly you can do so below OR you can donate to our collection jar at the entrance of the market. Each month we purchase food from our vendors using your generous donations and deliver them to the pantry.
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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 November
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!
Meet our new coffee vendor
He speaks coffee. One way to learn more about Hector and his amazing coffee is through this video. The other, to visit his tent at the market. He's passionate about his beans and his coffee business, Don Carvajal Cafe. Our shoppers are embracing his tasty brews, including the Don Cold Brew, the perfect drink on a hot summer market morning. You can learn more about his products here.
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 email@example.com