Plan Your Visit to the CDPHP Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market


As a CDPHP employee, I consider myself very lucky to have a farmers’ and artisans’ market right in my parking lot every Thursday from June through October. I can buy fresh produce, check out amazing handmade items, and even pick up a tasty lunch.

Do you think I remember to do any of these things on a weekly basis?

Nope. That’s why I’m challenging myself – and you! – to get to the market. Oh, did I forget to mention that it’s open to the public?

The CDPHP Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market is open Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the CDPHP offices. It’s super easy to get to Patroon Creek Boulevard from I-90, so if you can duck out during lunch, it would be a great time to get some fresh air and pick up some fantastic goods.

The 2019 CDPHP Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market runs from June 6 to October 3. Our 2019 vendor list includes a mix of new and returning vendors, who will offer a variety of ready-to-eat meals, sweet treats, vegetables, hand-made products, and more.


I hope you’ll join me in making an effort to get out and enjoy this wonderful event!

10 Responses to “Plan Your Visit to the CDPHP Farmers’ & Artisans’ Market”

  1. Ron Field

    Just had the most amazing walnut brownie at The Imperial Touch, many items, all natural ingredients….highly recommend!
    Thanks so much!

  2. Cheryl Dugas

    We just went to the Farmers Market to buy some vegetables, and there were no farmers there! Last year we bought from George’s and a couple of others nearly every week. Where are they?

    • Hi Cheryl – thanks for the feedback, and so sorry you were disappointed. Our fruit and veggie farmers are behind this year due to the weather. The threat of rain has also caused some to not show. George’s told us they’ll be here next week!

  3. Robert Manson

    May we bring our leashed dog to the outdoor market? Thank you.


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