Garlic Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market
October 7 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Thirteenth Annual Garlic Festival at the Warrensburgh Riverfront Farmers’ Market will be held the Friday, October 7 from 3-6 p.m.
Many varieties of certified organic and naturally grown garlic will be sold for planting and consumption.
Adirondack Harvest (formerly Caldwell Country Farm) featuring Caramelized Onion and Roasted Garlic Jam, Garlic Fudge and Black Garlic – a concentrated form of garlic that boosts the immune system. Grá den Talún Farm offering unusual varieties of garlic. Hope Valley Farm’s Pickled Garlic Scapes and Garlic Pesto. Hilton Family Farm Stand’s famous Chuck’s Garlic Dill Pickles!
Horticultural information and recipes provided by CCE of Warren County.
Garlicky Food Contest (provide at least one copy of the recipe). Free sampler plates!
Warren County Farms and Local Businesses: Adirondack Gold Maple Farm, Adirondack Harvest (organically grown produce and preserves), Birdy’s Designs (copper wired gemstone jewelry and plants in ceramic containers by Robin Hansen), Baking A Scene (local artisan creations by Jennifer McNeill), Calico Corner (fabric crafts by Elizabeth Marshall), Coffee with a Cause (Pastor Aaron Spoonhour of the First Baptist Church of Warrensburg – locally roasted coffee beans), Country Creations (fabric crafts by Victoria Lehet), Dawn’s Delights (baked goods, salads, authentic Italian tomato sauce, local honey), For the Love of Rocks (sterling silver gemstone jewelry by Linda O’Neil), Glens Falls Distillery, Grá den Talún Farm (garlic varieties), Hilton Family Farm Stand (local produce, pickles, Rachael’s Breads), Nettle Meadow Cheese Farm, North Country Microgreens (produce, Hope Valley Farm garlic varieties), Seeds of Wisdom by Sheila (salves, essential oils and Native American Craftwork), Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery, TanyaArtCo (paintings, felt creatures and scarves by Tanya Sawn), Trillium Farm (chicken and duck eggs) and more…
Free Children’s Seasonal Craft Workshop- Garlic and Halloween themed – by Shelby Burkhardt, Director, Richards Library.
Live Music in the gazebo by George Parrott.
Win $20 in Farmers’ Market Bucks to spend with our vendors!
HHHN Tote Bag Giveaway! Free Cup of Locally Roasted Coffee!
~This year the event is dedicated to the memory of Elizabeth Rugen, owner of Hope Valley Farm with her husband Richard, and inspiration for the first Garlic Festival.~
Sponsored by Warrensburgh Beautification Inc.
Further Information : 518-466-5497 (call/text) or email@example.com