Discover the bounty at Sullivan County's largest year-round farmers' market.
At the Callicoon Farmers’ Market, you will find many farms in addition to food producers and artisans offering wine, hard cider, pasta, condiments, prepared foods, baked goods, ice cream, jam, honey, maple syrup, herbal tea blends, skin care products, pottery, woodwork and much more.
Callicoon is a ‘producer only market’ meaning all vendors either grow or produce their own goods and operate within 75 miles ensuring patrons are only purchasing the freshest, highest quality, locally produced goods. When you shop our farmers’ market, you help support a local economy, keeping money within our towns and communities.
The beauty of any farmers’ market is the direct contact between consumer and vendor. You, as customers, can ask questions, learn about the farmers’ growing practices or find out how your favorite craft is made. The Callicoon Farmers’ Market is happy to reconnect the farmer with the consumer and to give selling opportunities for area craftspeople. We serve to educate the community about eating seasonally and locally while fostering social gathering and community activity.
While in town, enjoy the many shops, restaurants and movie theatre this Delaware River town has to offer. Thinking of taking the drive? It’s worth every minute. The Callicoon Farmers’ Market is not just a place to shop, it’s a destination.
SUNDAYS 11 am to 2 pm
May 1 through Nov 6
A. Dorrer Drive
Callicoon Creek Park
November 13, 20, 27
December 4, 11, 18
January 1, 8, 22, 29
February 5, 19, 26
March 12, 19, 26
April 2, 16, 23, 30
8 Creamery Road
Delaware Youth Center
PO Box 244
Callicoon, NY 12723
board of directors
Scott Goodman, President
Butchie's Organic Farm
Ryan Makinson, VP
Jennifer Bitetto, Treasurer
Natural Contents Kitchen
Bob Eckert, Secretary
Northern Farmhouse Pasta
Stone & Thistle Farm
Vegetables • Herbs • Fruit
Heller's Farm: Portobello mushrooms, carrots, beets, onion, garlic, kale, arugula, swiss chard, winter squash, pumpkins, tomatoes, potatoes, sweet potatoes, peppers, trout, smoked trout, chicken.
Lucky Dog Organic Farm: Beets, burdock root, carrots, collards, garlic, kale, leeks, onions, potato.
Maynard Farms: Apples, cider.
Willow Wisp Organic: Certified organic vegetables.
Beef • Pork • Chicken • Lamb • Veal • Fish
Heller's Farm: Trout (fresh and smoked)
Hilly Acres: Cuts of pork, beef, chicken: whole and half; nitrate free hot dogs, nitrate free bacon, nitrate free ham, breakfast sausage, Italian sausage, chorizo, bratwurst, andouille, kielbasa. Turkeys.
Tonjes Farm Dairy: Milk fed veal.
Stone and Thistle Farm: Retail cuts of pork, beef, lamb. Fresh chicken and rabbit. Sausage: chorizo, sweet italian and breakfast and The Blue Wimpy (blue cheese, bacon and beef). Chicken liver pate and old fashioned chicken pot pies.
Andersen's Maple Farm: Naturally raised beef by the 1/4 or 1/2, grass fed lean ground beef, pork by the half and pork sausages. Andersen's Maple Farm now has the following: pumpkins, fall squash, decorative gourds and Indian corn.
Available at Channery Hill Farm and Hilly Acres.
Cheese • Milk • Yogurt
Sherman Hill Farmstead: Goat milk cheeses: manchego, feta, caerphilly, camembert, chevre, basket cheese. Cow milk cheese: 'Heathen Hill', an aged cheese in new shapes, but with the same great taste.
Tonjes Farm Dairy: Cows' milk, buttermilk, kefir, yogurt, Greek yogurt, farmers cheese, fromage blanc, mozzarella, ricotta, aged raw milk cheeses.
Bread • Baked Goods • Jam
Aunt Nenee's: Cookies: crazy craisin, oatmeal raisin, thumbprint butter cookies, chocolate chip butter cookies, flourless peanut butter, pistachio chocolate - chocolate chip, gluten free flourless chocolate walnut; an assortment of tea breads; scones, Irish soda bread. English banbury cakes, blueberry pasties, cranberry scones, apricot scones. Jams - forest berry, winter berry. Gift wrapping and samples.
The Bake House: Fresh baked bread, cookies, pastries and pies.
Beach Lake Bakery: Thanksgiving preview: Cranberry Nut Bread and Pumpkin Bread. We're taking orders for pies and breads through Nov. 19th! Bread: Baguettes, Rustic Country, Ciabatta, Rye, Bread with Saints, Wheat, Italian Semolina, Fougasse,Three-seed Sourdough; Cookies: chocolate chip & oatmeal raisin; croissants, danish, scones, large and small fruit pies, pumpkin and pecan pies; galettes, brownies, muffins, carrot cupcakes; pizza dough balls.
Natural Contents Kitchen: Back December 11.
Woodside Blue Preserves: Jams and jellies.
Wine • Hard Cider
Eminence Road Farm Winery: Eminence Road Farm Winery will return to market on December 18.
Aaron Burr Cidery: Hard cider.
Awestruck Ciders: Adventurous hard cider.
Pasta • Prepared Foods
Natural Contents Kitchen: Back December 11.
Northern Farmhouse Pasta: Handcrafted pasta.
Pika's Farm Table: Gluten Free lobster cakes, quiches and tarts, new soups for spring, pesto, gluten free appetizers, potpies, waffles.
Soria's Kitchen: Apple Season is up so is Soraia's Kitchen famous Apple Sauce, Freshly Made with Local Apples from Local Farms, Sweetened with local honey and Unsweetened.
Condiments • Dressing • Marinades • Syrup
Channery Hill Farm: Pesto di fagioli, frijoles mole, garlic scape vinaigrette, red grain and horseradish mustard, seared scape vinaigrette, strawberry balsamic vinaigrette, roasted garlic vinaigrette, garlic scape relish, elderflower syrup, pumpkin chipotle bbq sauce, peach chipotle bbq sauce, tomato ketchup.
Herbal Tea • Kombucha
Clarks Cultures: Returning to market on 11/6. Organic, small-batch kombucha available in five flavors: Ginger, Blueberry, Raspberry, Turmeric-Ginger, and Strawberry.
Heirloom Botanicals: Dried herbal tea blends. Back December 11.
Mount Pleasant Herbary: Handmade herbal soaps, salves, sachets and (heatable) buckwheat pillows. Herbal iced tea made from homegrown herbs.
Pure Mountain Honey: Comb honey, propolis, raw spring honeys - raspberry and wildflower, summer honey - basswood, fall honey - goldenrod, knotweed. Ask about 40 pound pails of bulk honey.
Andersen's Maple Farm: Pure maple products, Maple syrup, maple cream, granulated maple sugar and formed maple sugar.
Cut Flowers • Potted Plants • Wreaths
ARK Floral: We have poinsettias now! Red and pink. Amaryllis bulbs, (including traditional, cybister and double varieties) started and ready to bloom through the winter. Also rosemary and lavender plants, ferns and cut flower bouquets with mums and lilies from the greenhouse.
Heirloom Botanicals: Dried herbal and floral wreaths, smudge sticks.
Skin Care • Soap
Heirloom Botanicals: Handmade herbal skin care products; herbal extracts. Aromatherapy bath bombs are in season at Heirloom Botanicals now through the month of December. Back December 11.
Mount Pleasant Herbary: Handmade herbal soaps, salves, sachets and (heatable) buckwheat pillows. New this week: dog shampoo
Mariella's Soap: Over 20 varieties of unique handcrafted artisan soap made with fresh, natural and organic Ingredients as well as various milks.
Woodwork • Jewelry • Housewares
Birdhouse Estates: Rustic birdhouses, wood burns of birds and Celtic art, fairy & gnome houses and doors, wood carvings of wood spirits, Celtic and bird art, handmade rustic furniture with carved designs.
Oakworks: Returning in the spring of 2017. We have a selection of handcrafted cutting boards, serving platters, bowls, and utensils made from locally sourced woods. Also stone, bone and wing jewelry.
C & P Studio Ceramics: Functional pottery and ceramic art.
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