The Madison County Historical 's Cottage Lawn Winer Market
is November 7 and December 5
The Winter (Indoor) Market will run for two days only on Tuesday, November 7, and Tuesday, December 5 from 2 pm- 6 pm both days at the Madison County Historical Society located at 435 Main Street in Oneida. The market will feature local, seasonal produce, artisan bread, baked goods, eggs, herbs, soaps, maple products, honey, handcrafted wooden and metal items, jewelry, food trucks, and much more.
There are a variety of farmers, artisans, independent consultants, food vendors, and nonprofits participating in the market. Tom Stone of Tom Stone of Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouse of Canastota will be at the market with a variety of fresh seasonal produce. He will have greens and storage produce, such as potatoes, onions, winter squash, garlic, carrots, apples, beets, turnips, rutabagas, bagged greens, eggs, honey, maple syrup, and more all winter. In December, he will be adding his Christmas wreaths. Ash Lovett and Matthew Camilli of Flora & Fauna Farm of Oneida are a first-generation, woman-owned fiber farm specializing in breed-specific wool for fiber artists of every variety. At the market, They will have seasonal produce, pasture eggs, and local wool. Lisa Fish of Magpie Merchantile of Oneida will be at the market with her originally designed semi-precious stone and beaded jewelry wrapped with wire. Justin and Shaena Trievel of The Yellow House of Chittenango are a homestead-based business. At the market, they will have their jams and jellies, jam bars using their homemade jams, a variety of cookies, and loaves of fresh-baked rustic Ciabatta, Rye, and Focaccia. Brandi and Cynthia Gall of Wooden Moon Studio of Deansboro will be at the market with Brandi's wooden flower art wreaths, mobiles, and ornaments. Brandi will also have seasonal fresh-cut bouquets, a variety of jams, jellies, tea towels, and napkins. Joyl and Kelley Hamilton of Hamilton Homestead of Rome will have their cutting boards, charcuterie boards, and jewelry at the market. Mary Jo Astrachan of Beadfriended of Oneida was an artisan in the Madison County Historical Society's Annual Craft Festival. She will have beaded bracelets and earrings from her collection of crystals, gemstones, and glass beads. Sara and Tony Paredes of Wonderfully Made of Canastota will be at the market with their laser-engraved items- key chains, cutting boards, earrings, and décor. Suzanne Lynch of Dandelion and Burdock of Cleveland will be at the market with her candles, body cremes, room spray, soap fresh-cut boughs, holiday trees, and potted herbs. Michelle Smith-Greene of Greene Gifts of Blossvale will be at the market with her laser-cut earrings, maps, cups, keychains, and suncatchers. Vielitza Rodriguez of Lovely Essentials of Utica will be at the market with her bath and body products, decorative candles and scented wax melts. Howard Parker of Thousand Islands Winery of Alexandria Bay will be participating in the market with their NYS Wines. Christina Johnson of Berkshire Farm Center and Services for Youth of Vernon will be at the market on November 7.
The Cottage Lawn Farmers' Market will once again welcome New York State Farmers' Market Nutrition Program Checks at the market. The New York State Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) consists of two programs: the Women, Infants, and Children Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (WIC FMNP) and the Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP). Those who are eligible for these programs are provided checks to redeem for fresh, local fruits and vegetables at participating farmers' markets and farm stands. For more information about the market please go to our website www.mchs1900.org or call the Madison County Historical Society at 315-363-4136.
We hope you will shop at the Cottage Lawn Farmers' Market to support your farmers and local businesses. The Madison County Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that operates both a museum and the Mary King Research Library located at 435 Main Street in Oneida. The Historical Society continues to preserve, collect, promote, and exhibit the history of Madison County and its fifteen towns and one city through the development of programs that enhance Madison County's heritage. The historical society's headquarters are housed in an 1849 Gothic Revival Villa that is listed on the State and National Registry of Historic Places. The market is made possible by the most generous support from the Gorman Foundation, Community Bank, and Tanner Insurance Agency.
The Madison County Historical Society's Cottage Lawn Winer Market is November 7 and December 5. The Yellow House of Chittenango will be participating in the market.