Bear Creek Farmers Market

More than just a farmers market

At Bear Creek Farm Farmers Market, we envision more than just a market – we're cultivating a vibrant hub where community, sustainability, and quality converge. Our mission is to connect Stanfordville and the surrounding communities with fresh, locally sourced produce and artisanal goods while fostering meaningful relationships and supporting our local economy. Please join us on this journey towards a healthier, more connected future, where every visit to Bear Creek Farm Farmers Market is an opportunity to enrich the body and uplift the spirit.

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Market information

Bear Creek Farm Farmers Market starts on May 18th 2024 and will take place every other week on Saturdays. Visit us for fresh produce and farm goods.

Days: Every other Saturday starting May 18th
Hours: 8am-2pm

Location: 108 Hunns Lake Rd, Bangall (Stanfordville), NY

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At the Bear Creek Farm Farmers Market, we're all about discovering the freshest finds, meeting local farmers, and enjoying a lineup of events that keep the community spirit high. Below, we’re putting the spotlight on the not-to-be-missed happenings that make us more than just a market—it’s where the good stuff is, from food trucks to local musicians and everything in between.

  • Free Coffee and Flowers!

    Nothing kicks off a Market morning quite like a cup of complimentary coffee!  If you participated in the SPARC Park build, bring your tee shirt and be sure to grab a free bit of joe before you start your shopping. Get a free bunch of flowers upon departure. For all others, coffee is just $1.
    Date: May 18th 2024
    Time: 8am-2pm

  • Face Painting with Therese, the Clown Care Doctor

    Always wanted to be a butterfly? Or a tiger?  Step into the colorful world of face painting, where every brush stroke turns you into a master of imagination and transforms ordinary moments into magical memories! It's where art meets play, painting smiles on faces young and old.
    Date: May 18th 2024
    Time: 8am-2pm

  • Create Hand-made Gifts for Mom and Dad

    Calling all kids! Come craft with us and unleash creativity to celebrate the coolest people - a homemade badge of honor that screams, "You're awesome, Mom and Dad!"
    Date: May 18th 2024
    Time: 8am-2pm

  • Hula Hoop with expert star Miss 360

    Dive into the whirl of hula hooping, where fitness meets creativity in a dance of hoops that promises endless fun! Uncover a unique blend of exercise, artistry, and mindfulness, all spun into one exhilarating experience.
    Date: May 18th 2024
    Time: 8am-2pm

  • Cheese Dreams Delivered!

    You asked, we listened! Our town survey for the upcoming farmers market revealed a food truck as your top wish. We're excited to bring you STUF'D, a woman-owned food truck famous for its decadent grilled cheeses. From savory pulled pork to spicy buffalo chicken and vegan options, get ready for a taste explosion.
    Date: May 18th 2024
    Time: 8am-2pm

Say hello to our amazing vendors!

  • Letterbox Farm

    From Farm to Family, with Love. Letterbox Farm in Hudson, NY, epitomizes community-driven farming, delivering high-quality, ethically-raised poultry, pork, eggs, herbs, and more. Their broad spectrum of offerings, including a full-diet CSA, touches every aspect of food sovereignty and customer delight. With a steadfast commitment to animal welfare and land health, Letterbox Farm is a testament to the joy of farm-to-table living.

  • Manor Rock Farm

    Heritage Harvests, Homestead Hearts. Manor Rock Farm, a beacon of regenerative agriculture in Taghkanic, New York, prides itself on specialty produce and heritage breed animals. Embracing the land's heritage and history, they offer a taste of the Hudson Valley with their organically raised mangalitsa pork, naked neck chicken, heritage breed duck, and culinary vegetables and herbs, celebrating tradition with every harvest.

  • Nicky Di's Spices

    Spice Stories, Sprinkled with Love. Nicky Di's Spices in Millerton, NY, crafts original and classic spice blends that tell tales of flavor and adventure. With a focus on ethical sourcing from small Indian & Sri-Lankan farms, they're dedicated to sustainability and quality. Nicky Di's mission to sprinkle the magic of spices into every kitchen comes with the promise of flavor, sustainability, and the joy of discovery.

  • Simply Sweet Farm

    Goat Goodness Galore! In the heart of Stanfordville, Simply Sweet Farm stands out as the Hudson Valley's go-to for Nubian dairy goat delights. This haven crafts artisanal goat milk soap in small batches, embracing the art of simplicity in every bar. Bath bombs, travel soaps, sugar scrubs, and bath teas—all made with milk from their cherished goats—offer a luxurious treat for anyone looking for pure, farm-fresh pampering.

  • Balthazar Bakery

    A Taste of France Wherever You Are.  This renowned French bakery has been tirelessly serving the New York community for over 25 years.  They follow a simple philosophy in their work: use the finest ingredients and traditional methods to produce exceptional fare for signature breads and pastries.  

  • Herbs of Elysium

    A Love Letter to Stanfordville. A born and bred Stanfordville resident, Micaela is a crucial member of the community and is a pioneer when it comes to town growth.  She started gardening just down the street from the Market, and has come full circle to bring the seasoning to town life with her fresh herbs.

  • Bread Alone Bakery

    Family-founded, Future-forward.This family-operated bakery has been providing the Hudson Valley with top-quality artisan bread since 1983.  A staple in the community, Bread Alone is a perfect example of sustainable, slow food production.

  • Ugly Donut Co

    Great Taste is Always Beautiful. Glynis Carpenter wanted “special” donuts for her son's birthday, but she couldn’t find anything fresh or fun near her home in Stanfordville. Thus, Ugly Donut Co. was born, featuring whimsical shapes and classic and specialty flavors that are delicious and delightful, and they look...well...homemade.

  • Rural Center Refillery

    Community, Sustainability and Environmental Responsibility. Founded by Stanford residents, Nicole and Corey Clanahan, and based in Pine Plains, the Rural Center Refillery is on a mission to give back to their beloved community. They provide sustainably produced local artisan products ranging from coffees to nuts in bulk/low waste packaging.

  • Foliage Botanics

    Fostering Wellness through the Earth. Foliage Botanics is a passionate earth-minded & wellness based business based along a creek in traditional Shekomeko land in Pine Plains, NY. Run by herbalist and ecologist Hannah Smith Schiller, the focus is primarily on plant education, clinical herbalism, and small seasonal herbal products including teas, salves and tonics.