Berries, cherries, fresh greens, asparagus, tomatoes, potatoes, onions, some root vegetables and other early summer produce! And it's not too late for flowers and bedding plants!
Rounding out with our specialty vendors, live music, fresh food and hot/cold beverages ~ make the CHFM a weekly part of your Saturday morning schedule!
to see photos of our 2018 season!
There is so much going on in Clarence this year! Visit this link to view a list of events planned for 2019
Want to know when your favorite produce will be in season? Check out our New York State harvest chart!
Join us Saturdays ~ 8am to 1pm ~ rain or shine
June through October
Special Event - Fire Safety Day
Entertainment - Marybeth King Students
Tasting by - Johnson Estate Winery
Business(s) of the Week - Norwex /
Dawson's Muddy Buddies
Animal Rescue - Echo Dog White Shepherd
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.
B U Y LOCAL ● E A T L O C A L ● I T M A T T E R S
June through October
8:00AM to 1:00PM
** RAIN OR SHINE **
Clarence Hollow Farmers' Market
Choose the food less traveled!
New York State's only "Rails-to-Trails" Farmers' Market!
What are we loving right now?
Come and join us for a Historical Walk of Clarence Hollow with Erie County Historian C. Douglas Kohler
on Saturday, July 20, 2019 at 10:00 am.
The Walk will start at the Clarence Hollow Farmers’ Market Pavilion at 10717 Main Street. The walk consists of short walks and stops as
Mr. Kohler relates historical information concerning the Hollow; its history, culture, architecture and preservation. This year the tour will
include the Oshei House that is currently under renovation on the west hill.
This is an educational opportunity to learn more about our community which is the oldest community in Erie County. The walk is free and will be approximately one hour in length. Bring your family and friends. The public is welcome.
Any questions please contact Flora Leamer at 984-5235 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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