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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!

Farmer's Market Schedule

Organic Food

Fresh Produce

Local Vendors

Unique Artists

Guided Tours

Storytelling

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Our Vendors

We have some great vendors joining us for this year’s market. If you are a farmer, artisan, small business owner, or independent consultant and would like to participate, please contact us!

Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouse
Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouses
Tom Stone of Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouse of Canastota will be joining us at the market each week with fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey, and maple syrup.
Freedom Farm of Verona
Carolyn and Roy Peters of Freedom Farm of Verona are new farmers participating in the Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market. The Peters will be bringing USDA grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, free-range chicken, seasonal fruits and vegetables, fruit pies, jams and jellies, cookies, and bread to the market each week.
Vernon Farm and Market
Farm and Market of Vernon
Ryan Reilly of Vernon Farm and Market of Vernon is a new farmer participating in the market. Ryan will be bringing organic seasonal fruits & vegetables- garlic, onions, tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, greens, beets, radishes, lettuce, peas, turnips, yellow squash, zucchini, cucumbers, banana bread, zucchini bread, wooden signs, candles, and Vernon Farm and Market merchandise.
The Farms of ADL
The Farms of ADL
Brian Kirsch of The Farms of ADL of Kirkville is a new farmer participating in the market. The Farms of ADL are a 501©3 charitable organization that partners with Maple Hedge Farms for their seasonal fruits, and vegetables and partners with Mel’s Greenhouses for their potted, hanging plants, and vegetable starter plants.
Bob Faduski Wooden Trivets
Faduski’s Wooden Trivets

Bob Faduski of Faduski’s Wooden Trivets of Oneida will be returning to the market with his beautiful handmade wooden trivets and more!

Debbie’s Gift World
Debbie’s Gift World
Debbie Tillman of Debbie’s Gift World of Cicero will be returning to the market with her soft soy wax (sprinkles), warmers, accent shades, and soaks for your self-care needs.
Magpie Mercantile
Magpie Mercantile

Lisa Fish of Magpie Mercantile of Oneida is returning to the market with her originally designed semi-precious stone and beaded jewelry wrapped with wire.

Harts Plus Toys
Hart’s Toys Plus

Butch Hart of Hart’s Toys Plus of Barneveld is new to the market. Butch creates beautiful ornate horseshoe lawn ornamentation.

Missy’s Rings and Things
Missy’s Rings and Things

Michelle Sebastian of Missy’s Rings and Things of Rome will be returning to the market with her handmade gemstone, crystal, blown glass, and leather jewelry.

Tug Hill Artisan Roasters LLC
Tug Hill Artisan Roasters, LLC

Vanessa Gilbert of Tug Hill Artisan Roasters, LLC, of Lowville is new to the market. Vanessa will have her signature roasted coffee beans, and coffee brewing accessories for all you coffee lovers.

La Bamba Mtz

La Bamba Mtz of Canastota will be at the weekly market serving authentic freshly made Mexican food- Tamales, Empanadas, Salsa, and Burritos

Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouse
Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouses
Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouses is a 300- acre family farm in Canastota where they operate a dairy farm and greenhouse. Each week Tom Stone will be bringing a variety of seasonal produce, flowers, eggs, maple syrup, and more.
 
Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouses
7 Trees Dairy Goats
Marva and Sue produce fresh goat cheese products from semi-hard cheese, soft cheese, and cheese curds on their farm in Canastota. They also produce goat milk soap and lotion. They will also have cutting boards with them each week.
 
7 Trees Dairy Goats
D & S Krafts
Sylvia and Douglas Rink of Eaton will be joining the market with their homemade fudge and hand painted wooden items.
 
Flora & Fauna Farm
Ash Lovett of Flora & Fauna Farm of Oneida is new 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.
Flora & Fauna Farm
New Moon Farm
New Moon Farm
Sarah J Ficken of New Moon Farm in Munnsville si new to the market. She will have pork products, baked bread and pies.
 
New Moon Farm
C & F Crafts
C & F Crafts
Carolyn Farnsworth of Rome will have her fruit jams and jellies, handmade pillows and potholders, and silk flower arrangements.
Bob Faduski's Wooden Trivets
Bob Faduski's Wooden Trivets
Bob Faduski of Oneida will have his handcrafted wooden trivets and other wooden products each week at the market.
Pirelli's Design
Cindy Pittarelli of Syracuse will be bringing her bedding plants and face masks.
Deborah's Gift World
Deborah Tillman of Cicero is an independent consultant with Pink Zebra and the Gourmet Cupboard. Her products include sprinkles (soft soy wax), soaks, warmers, mixes, coffee, tea, wine slushie mix, and meals.
 
Deborah’s Gift World
Mix It Up Creations
Mallory Winters-Galavotti of Canastota is new to the market this year. She is known for her special occasion one stop shop of desserts- cakes, cookies, bars, chocolates; beeswax celebration candles; occasion cards and small gifts- jewelry, gift boxes, and flowers, etc.,
 
Mix it Up Creations LLC
Forever Sage
Melissa Ward of Canastota will be returning to the market with her online shop of face masks, totes, purse, bath, and beauty products, and more!
The Palm Reading Lady
The Palm Reading Lady
Joan Kimball of Rome is returning to the market.
 
Joan Kimball- The Palm Reading Lady
Sweetberry Treats
Naomi Romero of Sweetberry Treats of Oneida is new to the market. She will have cupcakes, pastries and chocolate covered strawberries.
 

Sweetberry Treats

Lori's $5 Bling Boutique
Lori K. Smith of Canastota will be joining us various weeks during the market with a variety of $5 lead free and nickel free jewelry.
 
Lori’s $5 Bling Boutique
Magpie Mercantile- Lisa Fish
Lisa Fish of Magpie Mercantile of Oneida creates one of a kind jewelry using semi precious stones.
 

Magpie Mercantile- Lisa Fish

Rhinestone Lifestyle
Joan Kump of Rhinestone Lifestyle of Syracuse us new to the market. She will be joining us 6/22; 7/27; 8/24 with her salvaged fabric crafts from totes, bandanas and more.
 
Rhinestone Lifestyle
Get Karied Away with the Thompsons
Kari Thompson of Get Karied Away with the Thompsons of Oneida is new to the market this year. She will have hair bows, shirts, caps, bath bombs, sugar scrubs each week at the market.
 

Karried Away With The Thompsons

 
Blooms and Blossoms
Denise and Brianna’s floral and gift/antique shop in Oneida specializes in wedding design and wedding rentals. Denise and Brianna have been making CNY bloom since 1985 and come highly recommended by many loyal customers. They look forward to sharing in your special moments.
 
Blooms and Blossoms
BBQ Isle 2
Keith Lewicki of New York Mills has over 30 years in the restaurant and catering industry. Keith’s specialty is barbeque chicken. Each week at the market on his menu will be BBQ pulled chicken sandwiches, smoked wings, hot/iced coffees, and iced teas.
Knickerbocker Meats and Artisans
Brad and Brian Knickerbocker of Knickerbocker Meats and Artisans of Marathon are new to the market. They will be bringing smoked meat, and dog bones each week. They will also have their handpainted pallet signs for sale at the market.
 
Knickerbocker Meats
Oscar's Gourmet Steak and Crab
Doug Kane of Hamilton signature menu of ribeye cheesesteaks, crab cakes and lobster rolls will be offered each week at the market.
 
Oscar’s Gourmet Steak and Crab

Our Sponsors

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

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