Farmers Markets open for the season

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Event Date(s): Fri, 05/16/2014 (All day) - Fri, 10/31/2014 (All day)
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The Salamanca Farmers' Market is held in Jefferson Park. The market meets on Tuesdays from May 16 to October 31, 2014. The market opens at 11am and closes at 5pm. They offer vegetables and fruits in season, baked goods, cut flowers, potted plants, bedding plants, hanging baskets, honey, maple syrup and maple products, some handmade crafts ( woodworking), jams and jellies. Pasture raised beef, pork, chicken, lamb is a definite possibility this year.  The market has been in existence for about 20 years. Proximity to Allegany State Park allows campers to shop for local produce.  EBT terminal, Farmers Market Nutrition coupons for Seniors and WIC, WIC fruit and vegetable checks. Visa and Mastercard are also accepted.

Location:  12 Park Avenue, Salamanca, NY

Olean's Farmers Market held Fridays, 2-7pm, has been formed by longtime vendors at other markets. All produce is locally grown by family farms in Western New York, guaranteed. In addition to seasonal vegetables and fruit, there is an extensive baked goods display by an Amish family, also some craft items by the Amish. Maple and honey products, hanging baskets, garden plants, hand-made crafts(woodworking), jams and jellies are also offered. Pasture raised beef, pork, chicken, lamb is a definite possibility this year.  EBT terminal, Farmers Market Nutrition coupons for Seniors and WIC, WIC fruit and vegetable checks. Visa and Mastercard are also accepted.

Location:  Tractor Supply, 1900 Constitution Avenue, Olean, NY

REAP Olean Farmers Market   The Olean Farmers’ Market begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, May 17 at the JCC arch parking lot off  N. Union Street (near the Olean mall).  Stop by every Saturday, rain or shine, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. through October 25th.  In addition to offering fresh fruits and vegetables grown only in the WNY region, the market also features locally produced baked goods, maple products, honey, flowers, bedding plants, landscaping plants, wood crafts & ceramics, baby blankets & fashion shawls, meats, cheese, ice cream, wine and more.  REAP – Your Community Farmers’ Market.

Location:  JCC Arch Parking Lot, off N. Union Street

The 2014 Franklinville's Farmers' Market will be every Wednesday at 3PM starting on May 21, 2014. All produce is locally grown by family farms in Western New York, guaranteed. In addition to seasonal vegetables and fruit, there is an extensive baked goods display by an Amish family, also some craft items by the Amish. Maple and honey products, hanging baskets, garden plants, hand-made crafts(woodworking), jams and jellies are also offered. Pasture raised beef, pork, chicken, lamb is a definite possibility this year.  EBT terminal, Farmers Market Nutrition coupons for Seniors and WIC, WIC fruit and vegetable checks.  Visa and Mastercard are also accepted.

Location:  Park Square, Route 16, Franklinville, NY

The 2014 South Dayton's Farmers' Market will be held Saturdays from 9am to noon in the Village Square.  For more information, call 716-988-5076.

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Various Locations throughout The Enchanted Mountains
1900 Constitution Avenue
Olean, NY 14760
United States
Phone: 716-942-3710
42° 4' 35.6664" N, 78° 25' 38.784" W
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