Come shop for fresh, local and seasonal fruits and vegetables, pasture-raised meats, eggs, cheese, bread and baked goods, wine, coffee, artisan goods and more. SNAP proudly accepted.
Join us from 11am to 1pm for live music with Lee Rogers.
- Visit New Life Chiropractic for free neck and back muscle testing and health information.
- Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks are the largest network of breast cancer awareness events in the nation, uniting communities with a shared determination to help free the world from the pain and suffering of breast cancer. Learn about their October 15th walk (starting at The Common) and register at the market!
- Come visit the BHS Wellness Van for free blood pressure screenings and health information.
Farmers and food producers
Assembly Coffee Roasters: bagged coffee beans, hot and iced coffee
Balderdash Cellars: wine
Cricket Creek Farm: artisanal cheese, meat, bread, grilled cheese sandwiches
First-Flower Farm: fresh cut flowers and bouquets, jams, jellies, pickles, flower sugars and syrups
Four Corners Farm: fruit and vegetables
Green Meads Farm Herbals: herbal products, succulents and floral bouquets
Mountain Girl Farm: eggs, preserves, goat’s milk products
Nourish The Sheep: paninis, wraps, fresh-made drinks, low-sugar desserts, vacuum-sealed freezer meals
Square Roots Farm: meat, vegetables, eggs, sheep skins
The Sweetish Baker: baked goods
Uprising Farm: vegetables, fruit, wild foods, herbs, cut flowers, eggs
White Goose Gardens and Holiday Brook Farm: vegetables, microgreens, maple syrup, grilled breakfast sandwiches and hamburgers
Galleria Cecilia: original art, coasters, notecards
Julie’s This & That: crocheted, knitted, woven rugs and dog beds and more
Things That Work: naturally derived home and body care, naturally handspun yarn and wool products
Final outdoor market and
Our 4th outdoor season comes to a close next Saturday (October 15th) with a full line up of vendors, demos, activities and opportunities!!
The American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Walk takes place in the morning. Registration for this non-competitive, inspirational event begins at 9am and the walk is set to start at 10am.
In addition to the weekly line-up of farmers, food producers and artisans, the market will host two chef demos. Dan Smith, chef-owner of John Andrews Farmhouse Restaurant in South Egremont and Anna Gershenson, PCTV’s The Natural Cook, will give shoppers tips to cooking healthfully and seasonally and provide samples of their dishes.
In lieu of an October 3rd Thursday, the Office of Cultural Development will host a Harvest Festival at the market from 11am-1pm. The festival will feature the Greylock Federal Credit Union Halloween Costume Parade with giveaways for each participant.
The Roaming Railroad, popular at 3rd Thursday, will be giving FREE rides to all attendees. There will also be pumpkin painting, dancing with tunes from a Harminy Entertainment DJ, interactive hula hoop demos and performances from Pittsfield City Hoopla.
State Representative Tricia Farley-Bouvier has coordinated market visits from both the Unclaimed Property Division from State Treasurer Deb Goldberg’s office and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s E-ZPass Van. The Unclaimed Property Division will be checking names of Massachusetts residents to see if they have any unclaimed property. After an exceptionally busy visit in August, the DOT will return to distribute free E-ZPass transponders to market shoppers.