Artisans & Specialty Food

In past years, you would find Artisans and Specialty Food producers at our market on the last Saturday of the month. However, as part of our stringent safety protocols regarding COVID-19, we are inviting a small number of Artisans every week.

The list below includes Artisans for our 2022 season (the list is still in progress as we continue to fill in slots).   If you are interested in a particular vendor, contact them using the information below.


Doreen Alberg Designs:   Hats and blankets out of old cashmere and wool sweaters. They are all 100% natural fiber.


Baby Knits by Michelle Spiezia:  knitted baby sweaters, booties,  and also “scrubbies”
Bee Bear:  Handcrafted candles and clay.

Bob Bachler Ceramics:   Functional and artistic pieces in clay and ceramic.



Concord Hill Farm: handcrafted cold processed natural soaps, bath bombs, shampoo bars, lotion bars.



Clove Valley Creations:  origami and beaded jewelry using traditional bead weaving techniques



Double O Designs: hand-knitted and sewn items, wools & cottons.



Ellingwood Farm:  Botanical-based products:  body, bath, tea, apothecary



Free Range Seamstress: Upcycling new life into old fabrics… “Start where you are. Use what you have.”



Barbara Graham:  unique handmade greeting cards, small paintings.



Liz Hamann Pottery:  functional pottery, mugs, bowls, honey jars, plates.



Hamlet Hound:   Bourbon & Cola is small batch bourbon mixed with custom cola and a kick of carbonation (15% ABV) (you will need to enter your birthday in order to access their website).


Harvey Mountain Alchemy:  Soy wax candles,  some infused with crystals and reiki.



June 8th Jewelry:  Classic and creative handcrafted jewelry by Christiana O’Brien



KHEM Studios: Woodworked pieces for home and kitchen, all made with furniture-grade kiln-dried hardwoods locally sourced in the Hudson Valley.



Kilt Rock Graphics: hand painted and laser engraved signs, silhouettes made from pallet wood and wooden home decor,  by Bill Jamieson (



Kimba Ink:  New art from recycling and repurposing old materials. Woodburning, carvings, tile reliefs, birch bark paintings, etchings, and sculptures.

Living Edge Designs: One of a kind culinary boards, crafted with a variety of local, ethically harvested hard wood.


Deborah Macheski:
 natural gemstone & crystal jewelry, collage tags, cards and trays



Joy Newton Designs: bags, tea towels, napkins, prints



Provisions by Kat: Skincare and everyday household items made with essential oils.



Roxann Astra Slate:  Glass artistry. Each unique piece is created by heating rods of glass in a 2,000° flame



The Skincare Republic:  cold process soap, lotions and other body care products.



Joan Stuart:  ceramic vessels, sculptural and/or functional pieces



Tech Loops:  eyeglass holders made with industrial materials — stainless steel, titanium, rubber and various gems from bead sources — some exotic and some from hardware stores.


Tekverk Leather Studio: Leather Studio providing architects, designers and individuals with fine craftsmanship for over 40 years.