Summer’s over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find your fix of farm-fresh goods at your community farmer’s market. The Hudson Valley is rife with farm markets that offer more than just late-season produce, pickled veggies, or jams and sauces (although they’ve got plenty of each); they’re also great places to find locally produced herbs, wines, soaps, bread, coffee and more. The following Mid-Hudson-based markets offer farm-fresh goods, handcrafted items, and entertainment into the cooler months.

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Outdoor market through October; indoor November-April

Find fresh produce, meats, seafood, and much more at this year-round market, located at the Amenia Town Hall. The outdoor market is open Fridays from 3-7:30 pm; indoors runs on first, third, and fifth Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm.

Arlington (Poughkeepsie)

Through October

The Arlington Business Improvement District hosts a market offering locally grown produce, meat, honey, baked goods, handmade jewelry, and more on Thursdays from 3-7 pm at the Vassar Alumnae Flats Lawn on Raymond Avenue.


Through November 18

Not only does this community market and gathering space offer a wide array of vendors selling produce, breads, yarns, kombucha, coffee, and more; it’s also known for unique programming, including art and music, farming and cooking classes, and more. Located at Veterans Place between Main & Henry Street, Sundays from 10 am-3 pm.

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Hyde Park

Through October 27

In addition to fruits, veggies, locally made items, and specialty foods, this market on Route 9 (across from the Town Hall) also features live music, Saturdays from 9 am-2 pm.


Through October 27

Farm-raised or harvested foods, cheeses, jams, eggs, seafood, and family friendly activities can be found at the municipal lot across from Bank of Millbrook on Saturdays from 9 am-1pm.


Through December 30

This popular market offers produce, meats, dairy, honey, smoked products, and more, with special events ranging from chef demonstrations to kids’ activities, Sundays from 10 am-2 pm at the 61 East Market St. municipal lot.

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Through November.

Find produce, sauces, honey, cheeses, and more every Wednesday at the Town Hall from 11 am-5:30 pm.


Through Oct. 27

Everything from local produce and herbs to homemade candles and locally made snacks can be seen at Middletown’s Business Improvement District market, Saturdays from 8 am-1 pm on Erie Way (intersection of Cottage St. and Railroad Ave.).

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Through November 18

Enjoy offerings from Meredith’s Bread, Palaia Winery, Wrights Farm, and other vendors every Sunday from 9 am-2 pm at the commuter parking lot (Millpond Parking between Airplane Park and Bourbon Street Bar and Grill).


Through Thanksgiving

Shop for fresh produce from Common Ground Farm, Downing Park Urban Farm, and other vendors Saturdays from 10 am-1 pm at Downing Park.

Pine Bush

Through October 15

This farm market, tucked behind the Town Hall Eatery (corner of Main and New St.), is where you’ll find produce, eggs, meats, and sweets, plus live music, on Saturdays from 9 am-2 pm.

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New Paltz

Through October 28

Browse offerings from local farms and craftspeople and enjoy entertainment for kids and adults Sundays from 10 am-3 pm on Church Street.


Outdoor market through November 17; indoor December-April

Stroll the outdoor market every Saturday from 9 am-2 pm on Wall St. to find a diverse array of produce, meats, dairy, wines, pickles, dog treats, gifts, and more; the indoor market is at the Old Dutch Church (272 Wall St.).

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Outdoor market through October; indoor, December-April

Find locally grown produce, handmade crafts, wine, foraged mushrooms, pickles, olive oils, and many other vendors at the lot behind the Rosendale Theater (Main St.) from 10 am-2 pm; winter market is inside the Rosendale Recreation Center (Route 32).


Through October 28

Locally raised, grown, or crafted products — from whiskey to pottery to breads, and of course, produce — plus music and entertainment, can all be found Saturdays from 10 am-2 pm at 115 Main St. in Saugerties.