Every Saturday in Nunda from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., locally grown and crafted products are brought in from the makers to the municipal parking lot off State Street. Products include farm fresh range eggs, produce, beef products, garlic and jams made with local fruit.




The market is available every Saturday until Nov. 3.

Every Saturday in Nunda from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., locally grown and crafted products are brought in from the makers to the municipal parking lot off State Street. Products include farm fresh range eggs, produce, beef products, garlic and jams made with local fruit.

Jackie McGee of JJ’s Jams makes “one heck of a hot jalapeño-apple jelly, that’s really good,” according to Barbara Howe, farmers market coordinator, “and we continue to seek out local vendors and artisans to promote and grow this community cooperative.”

The market is available every Saturday until Nov. 3.

“We have a successful farmer’s market here in the village, and our vendors come from all over our Keshequa Valley including Dalton, Hunt, this-side of Short Tract and from the Ridge”, Howe stated. “There is no cost to setup, the products must be local, our location is convenient, and with our volunteers we even can assist vendors who can’t always be at their booth.”

Interested vendors can contact Howe to get setup at 585-519-7880, and for submitting suggestions, ideas, interests in volunteering, and more information can be by submitting an email to FarmersMarket@nundany.org.

Don and Evon Mark from Ossian were visiting Nunda on other business and stopped for a look before heading home. Evon Mark found a homemade rhubarb pie, “my favorite growing up” and Don Mark found a loaf of fresh baked bread while looking through the variety of items from Hilty’s Creekside Bakery on Creek Road in Nunda.