Seasonal Fresh Produce
Join us at the Madison County Historical Society’s Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market.
Discover fresh seasonal produce, local cheeses, honeycomb, artisan breads, pastries, baked goods, maple products, poultry, lamb, eggs, wool and yarn products, jams and jellies, soaps, and much more! Weekly activities offered include guided house tours and storytelling. The Oneida Public Library will be providing free kid activities on the first Tuesdays of every month during the summer market. We hope you will join us at the Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market, every Tuesday to support your farmers and purchase fresh local fruits, vegetables, and more while enjoying family activities and touring the Madison County Historical Society!
Farmer's Market Schedule
Looking to join? Fantastic! Please select an application below for your specific business type.
We had such great success with our raffle at the November market that will be holding another raffle at this market, so come buy your tickets to win some beautiful and delicious artisan items!
Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouses
Freedom Farm of Verona
Farm and Market of Vernon
Terri's Quick Bites and More
Faduski’s Wooden Trivets
Debbie’s Gift World
Hart’s Toys Plus
Missy’s Rings and Things
Madison County Motivators
Native American Community Services
Native American Community Services, a nonprofit organization founded in 1975 and committed to providing quality health and social services regardless of race or background, will be at the market on 7/12; 7/19; 8/2; 8/16; 8/30.
Ray Harosia Honey and Produce
Ray Harosia Honey and Produce of Taberg is new to the market. They will be bringing raw honey, creamed honey, cut honeycomb, pure beeswax, and seasonal produce- onions, kale, rhubarb, beets, swiss chard, fresh garlic, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, peppers, beans, cucumbers, summer squash, winter squash, blueberries, strawberries, apples, pears, plums, peaches, and fresh herbs to the market.
Flora & Fauna Farm
Ash Lovett of Flora & Fauna Farm of Oneida is returning to the market. She is the first generation, woman-owned fiber farm specializing in breed-specific wool for fiber artists of every variety. Each week at the market she will be bringing yarn and wool from her flock, vegetables from her garden, comb honey, fresh-cut flowers, and lamb meat.
The Yellow House
Justin and Shaena Trievel of The Yellow House of Chittenango are new in the market. They are a homestead-based business, specializing in small-batch jams, jellies, fruit pies, baked goods, handmade and upcycled home goods, and decorations.
Wooden Moon Studio
Brandi Gall of Wooden Moon Studio of Deansboro is new to the market. Brandi creates wooden flower art wreaths, mobiles, and ornaments. She will also have seasonal fresh-cut bouquets, a variety of jams, jellies, tea towels, napkins, and knit baby blankets.
Joan Kimble Palm Reading
Volunteer Transportation Center
Raven's Cups and Stuff
Finnlands Foster Corp Cat Rescue and Adoption Center
Mix It Up Creations
ARISE at the Farm
Cancer Services Program of the Central Region
Brittani Pirillo of Bling -N-Thingz by Brittani of Rome is an artisan in the Madison County Historical Society’s Annual Craft Festival and will be joining us at the Historical Society’s winter market. She customizes iridescent aura quartz crystal suncatchers and customizes denim rhinestone jackets and other apparel.
C & F Crafts
Carolyn Farnsworth of C & F Crafts of Rome is returning to our market for the winter season with her variety of jams, jellies, machine-sewn pillows, potholders, and a variety of Christmas candles.
Water of Whimsy Art
Regan Ralston of Water of Whimsy of Brooktondale is an artisan in the Madison County Historical Society’s Annual Craft Festival and will be joining us at the Historical Society’s winter market. She is a watercolor illustrator who produces artwork inspired by folklore, mythology, and golden age illustrators.
Mary Jo Astrachan of Beadfriended of Oneida is an artisan in the Madison County Historical Society’s Annual Craft Festival and will be joining us at the Historical Society’s winter market. She designs beaded bracelets, and earrings from her collection of crystals, gemstones, and glass beads.
A special thanks to our sponsors for supporting an essential community market.
If you would like to support the market by becoming a sponsor, please email us. email us.
This year’s Madison County Craft Festival is made possible by the most generous support from: