At the Market on Saturday, July 7th 9AM-1PM


The seventh day of the seventh month and by golly, it’s a market day. Word on the street is that it’s going to be a beautiful weekend. Word in the parking lot is that Cornucopia has new salads made with Bigfoot greens and R & G cheeses, which might pair nicely with a discounted smoothie from Nature’s Closet, a rhubarb streusel muffin from Chris’s Kitchen, more

At the Market on Saturday, June 30th 9AM-1PM


We’re leaving June saturated in color — greens, reds, yellows, and purples brighten our farmers’ tables as their summer produce leaves the ground. R and G adds blue to our spectrum with their semi-soft and Ballston blue cheeses, delicious on a crunchy baguette or crumbled over kale. Also this week, stop by our booth to enter a raffle for a free tote bag!


Starting this week, more

At the Market on Saturday, June 23rd 9AM-1PM

The penultimate week in June brings with it strawberries, summer squash, and sweet fiddlin’ tunes. This Saturday marks the happy return of three market mainstays — Cindy’s Cookin’ Greek, Chris’s Kitchen, and Robin’s rejoin us with classics like spanakopita, whoopie pies, and grilled cheese with bacon. The produce lists are getting longer and longer as our farms welcome their summer vegetables, which (hey, pesto!) means the return of a favorite — Mountain Girl‘s Garlic Scape Pesto. more

AT THE MARKET on Saturday, June 16th 9AM-1PM


This week’s market is set to bring the Saturday morning bustle back to the bottom of Spring. We’ve got a forest of leafy greens, featuring bok choi, arugula, kale, and a growing spectrum of lettuces as Peace Valley Farm rejoins our ranks. Brighten your summer salads with radishes, carrots, or maybe even a spot of kimchi. Cornucopia will be there with brunch to start off a weekend of delicious summer foods, more


The market is growing more bountiful and colorful every week! Find fresh, local veggies, luscious plants, seasonal ingredients (rhubarb, young arugula, perfect head lettuce), linzer and chocolate chip cookies, scones, blueberry bread, fruit tarts, Scottish shortbreads, Danish marzipan pastries,  and more. Enjoy a delicious farm-to-market Saturday brunch from Cornucopia Food Truck (new omelette with hot sausage, more

AT THE MARKET, SATURDAY JUNE 2 9AM - 1PM (in newly paved Spring St. parking lot!)

Stroll through our market on Saturday and find 25 local vendors:  farmers, chefs, artisans, and bakers! Bountiful produce and plants, yummy baked goods, gourmet breakfast and brunch, fermented veggies, cheeses, creative preserves, and much more. Double chocolate pound cake and rhubarb crumble.  Now available: Cindy’s moussaka and pastitsio.  New menu from Cornucopia Food Truck.  Here’s a list of Saturday’s vendors and their offerings:


We’re off to a fabulous start, just in time to stock up for Memorial Day weekend!  Find all the fixings for a delicious farm-to-market cookout, from pasture-raised meats, to yummy sides and delectable desserts! Who knew how flavorful tiny microgreens could be? And Cindy’s spanakopita  triangles make a perfect lunch-to-go. Look for rhubarb smash, spiked with Kentucky bourbon at Mountain Girl Farm. more

OPENING DAY IS HERE, SATURDAY, MAY 19 9AM-1PM (in newly paved Spring St. parking lot!)


Let the season begin – rain or shine, of course!  Folks who love LOCAL PRODUCE AND LOCAL FOODS  will find PLENTY!  NEW FOOD VENDORS: Bigfoot Farm, Caroline’s Scottish Bakery, Cornucopia Food Truck, Grateful Greens, Hosta Hill, Mountain Girl Farm. Veggie/herb/flower garden plants. Salad fixings, more


Saturday, May 19th is Opening Day for the Williamstown Farmers Market!  We WILL be in the same location, the Spring Street Parking Lot – expanded and improved over the past winter.

Market hours are Saturdays 9:00am to 1:00pm.

ALL LOCAL offerings ~ find farmers, bakers, chefs, artisans, and musicians, plus picnic tables with umbrellas!

We’re expanding our produce and prepared food offerings with SIX new local food providers. more


Please join us Saturday for our final market day to cap off an outstanding 2017 season! Our farmers, chefs, and artisans have all enjoyed bringing to you the fruits of their labors from our beautiful region. This week we’ll have a wide array of fall produce (including yellow, red and purple grapes!) and artisan products perfect for stocking up or for doing  more