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This Market Season, it is more important than ever to support our local farmers and food vendors. 
Buying local validates their hard-working pride and commitment ~ to provide wholesome, healthy food for you and your family. 

Seasonal Fall produce remains at it height, including apples, pears, greens, onions, potatoes, squash and other assorted vegetables!!  Check our specialty vendors for their great options!
 So make the CHFM a part of your Saturday morning plans. 

Want to know when your favorite produce will be in season?  Check out our New York State harvest chart!

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Last Market Day - Saturday, October 31st

We hope you can join us for this final day of our 2020 market season. We will have vendors on site from 8am to 1pm!

We are so thankful to all those who have supported our vendors through this unprecedented year!
See you again in 2021!​

We are a 100% all volunteer run market and are always in need of people who would like to help plan and lend a hand on Market days!  Visit our Acknowledgement page for information on volunteer opportunities and our Friends of the Market donation program! If you own a business, or work for an organization, that would be interested in becoming a Sponsor of the Clarence Hollow Farmers' Market, please visit our Contact Us page.

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In response to the COVID-19 public health emergency, the Clarence Hollow Farmers' Market, designated as an exempt business operation, shall adopt Interim Guidance set forth by Governor Cuomo and Executive Order 202.8. We will follow the requirements meant to maintain outlets for healthy local foods, while safeguarding our farmers, consumers, and communities from the spread of COVID-19.

During this season, we ask that our market visitors maintain social distancing, wear face coverings and honor other precautions, respecting State and Federal guidelines to ensure the safety of all involved.

If you have questions about our Covid policies at the Market, please visit our Contact Us page and submit your questions there. Or you can speak to a member of our Market committee on Saturday's during market hours.

Thank You ~ Let's Stay Safe Together