ONEIDA – The 7th annual Madison County Lawn Farmers’ Market season kicks off May 25.
The Farmers’ Market will be held on Madison County Historical Society grounds every Tuesday, May 25 to August 31, from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
The 7th Annual Madison County Lawn Farmers Market, held on the Historic Society grounds, located at 435 Main Street in Oneida, features fresh local, seasonal produce, cheese, honey, produce maple, homemade bread and pastries, poultry, lamb, eggs and soaps. , lotions, thread, wool, fresh cut flowers, fudge, cookies, small gifts, candles, jewelry, food trucks, etc.
Several farmers, artisans, independent consultants, catering trucks and food vendors participate. Market participants are: Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouses of Canastota, 7 Trees Dairy Goats of Canastota, Choose Life Farm of Symrna, Flora and Fauna Farm of Oneida, Scratch Bakehouse of Syracuse, Bob Faduski’s Wood Trivets of Oneida, Blooms Blossoms of Oneida, Joan Kimball-The Palm Reading Lady of Rome, Debbie’s Gift World of Cicero, S & D Krafts of Eaton, Pirelli’s Designs of Syracuse, C & F Crafts of Rome, Forever Sage of Canastota, Mix it Up Creations LLC de Canastota , Lori’s $ 5 Bling Boutique from Canastota, Oscar’s Gourmet Steak and Crab of Hamilton, BBQ Isle 2 from New York Mills and Rossi’s Catering Company from Canastota.
The Cottage Lawn Farmers Market will host the New York State Farmers Market Nutrition Program Audits in the Market. The New York State Farmers Market Nutrition Program consists of two programs: the Farmers Market Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children and the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program.
Those eligible for these programs receive vouchers to redeem for fresh, local fruits and vegetables at participating farmers’ markets and farm stalls.
Madison County Historical Society officials said they hoped to offer themed events, house tours and weekly storytelling provided by the Oneida Public Library. If COVID-19 action is to be taken, the market will do its part to reduce the spread of COVID-19 by changing how the market works to protect the community. Customers can stop the spread of COVID-19 by wearing a face mask while on the Historical Society grounds.
For more information and weekly updates, visit www.mchsfarmersmarket.org
Those interested in participating in the market can visit www.mchsfarmersmarket.org to download an app or contact the Madison County Historical Society at 315-363-4136.
Cottage Lawn Farmers Market is made possible through the support of the Gorman Foundation and White’s Farm Supply, Inc.