Veronika's Pastries - Looking for something good to eat? Stop by Veronika's this Saturday and try poppyseed, walnut, or chocolate rugelach! And don't forget the crepes and coffee!
17th Century Suds - Organic knitting cream; sooths & smooths, great for keeping knitters hands shag free, absorbs quickly, will not stain yarn. Wonderful for face & feet, too. 1 oz. tin $3.75 ea. 3 for $10.
Mt. Pleasant Woodworks - Bud vases now in! Beautifully turned local and exotic hardwoods. Perfect for the office gift or the hard-to-buy-for person!
Ever Green Farm - Joe is still selling CSAs for vegetables, eggs, and chickens! Don't wait till they're gone. Support a local farmer today and save money tomorrow!
RainTree Farm - Much of Ginny's work is in the "Holiday Spirit Store" at 130 The Commons. New items come to Saturday market first and then end up at the store so you can find it seven days a week! New items include: several smaller cutting boards, stir sticks, spreaders, and a new domino set!
Christi Sobel - Christi is in the Holiday Spirit Store with 20 other local artists and craftspeople for the months of November and December!
Littleflowers - Evergreen wreaths, Red winterberry, dried flower bouquets and wreaths! Decorate this holiday season naturally!
Frog Hill Pottery - ATTENTION: Annual 2nd's sale will be this Saturday 11/28! Three hundred plus pots at $5, $10, and $20! Come early because Scott is usually sold out at noon! Booth #30.
Polly Joan Photography - Polly's photography is now being displayed at the Holiday Store (the old Plantations location). Stop down and shop today!
Ithaca Farmers Market Vendor Ellen Knapp and her daughter Anna (from Knapp Farms), and several Wineries participated in the Pride of NY Harvest Fest in Syracuse this past weekend. Harvest Fest was a huge success with over 4,000 people attending. Many of our Market Members have a Membership in Pride of NY, which supports our farmers in keeping our food supply local. Ellen Knapp and several Wineries, were able to represent the Ithaca Farmers Market, and showcase their small Fingerlakes businesses.
Veronika's Pastries - Looking for something different this holiday season? Veronika has just the thing! Her pastries and cakes are created from authentic Hungarian recipes! Baked fresh daily, these delicious desserts will be the talk of your next party! www.veronikaspastriesandcakes.com.
Frosty Morning Jewelry - Unique, handcrafted jewelry is Sandra's speciality! Each piece is made from pressed metals and local stones. Check out her new earring and necklace matching sets!
Rainbow Valley Ranch/Fingerlakes Popcorn- Ed has got the beef! Locally raised meat to make any meal perfect. And don’t forget, popcorn is a healthy, tasty snack and Ed sells the very best ready-to-pop-popcorn!
Mt. Pleasant Woodworks - Jolene's local hardwood wine bottle stoppers are now on sale! Stop by this Saturday to see the new selection. And just in time for the holidays, check out the beautiful Holly stoppers!
Eve's Cidery - Stock up on cider and fruit wine for your fall parties from booth #74! Delicious and local!
ASHnatko Designs - Holiday greeting cards now on sale in booth #40! Buy 25 cards or more (envelopes included) at $1.25 each. Buy local!!!
Sunrise Samosas LLC - Elizabeth is now packaging her famously delicious curry sauce and chutney sauce in gift baskets! The perfect gift to delight even the most discriminating of tastes. And don't forget, they roast their very own coffee! Booth #65.
Rainbow Valley Ranch/Fingerlakes Popcorn- Ed has got the beef! Locally raised meat to make any meal perfect. And don't forget, popcorn is a healthy, tasty snack and Ed sells the very best ready-to-pop-popcorn!
Fifth Floor Farm Kitchen - Tired of baking for the holidays? Let Faye do it! With baking influences from Asia, European, and American traditions, Faye's desserts will be the talk of your holiday gathering this year!
Come to the Ithaca Farmers Market at Steamboat Landing, and meet the local Farmers growing our food! (Support our Communities, and our Farmers, Buy Locally!!) Know where your food is coming from by meeting, and talking to, the local farmers growing it! While visiting the Market keep in mind the loved ones on your hoilday list, and support local arts and producers too!