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Cottage Lawn Farmers' Market

Fall & Winter Market at Madison County Historical Society
435 Main Street, Oneida
Fall Market: September 6 & 20; October 4 & 18; from 2-6pm.
The Market will feature local, seasonal produce, eggs, herbs, soaps, maple products, honey, poultry, beef and much more.
Winter (Indoor) Market: November 1 & December 6, from 2-6pm. 
Artisans from the Madison County Craft Festival will be joining the market for a unique holiday shopping experience!

The Madison County Historical Society’s Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market was voted Best of the Best in the Oneida Dispatch’s 2022 Readers’ Choice category for the best local event! There are a variety of farmers, artisans, independent consultants, food trucks, and food vendors participating:

* Tom Stone, Stone Brothers Farm and Greenhouse (Canastota): Fresh seasonal fruits, vegetables, eggs, honey, and maple syrup.
* Carolyn and Roy Peters, Freedom Farm (Verona): USDA grass-fed beef, free-range eggs, free-range chicken, seasonal fruits and vegetables, fruit pies, jams and jellies, cookies, and bread.
* Ryan Reilly, Vernon Farm and Market (Vernon): Organic seasonal fruits and vegetables and Vernon Farm and Market merchandise.
* Ray and Kim Harosia, Harosia Honey and Produce (Taberg): Raw honey, cut honeycomb, beeswax, fresh herbs, and seasonal fruits and vegetables.
* Bob Faduski, Bob’s Wooden Trivets (Oneida): Beautiful handmade wooden trivets and more.
* Debbie Tillman, Debbie’s Gift World (Cicero): Soft soy wax (sprinkles), warmers, accent shades, and soaks for your self-care needs.
* Lisa Fish, Magpie Mercantile (Oneida): Originally designed semi-precious stone and beaded jewelry wrapped with wire.
* Michelle Sebastian, Missy’s Rings and Things (Rome): Handmade gemstone, crystal, blown glass, and leather jewelry.
* Ash Lovett, Flora & Fauna Farm (Oneida): Yarn and wool from her flock.
* Justin and Shaena Trievel, The Yellow House (Chittenango): Homestead-based small-batch jams, jellies, rustic loaves of baked bread, and a variety of fruit cookies.
* Brandi Gall, Wooden Moon Studio (Deansboro): Wooden flower art wreaths, mobiles, and ornaments.
* Raven Brown, Raven’s Cups and Stuff (Oneida): Hand-etched glassware and more.
* Amy Jakacki, Ma’s soaps: Crochet and embroidered products.
* Mallory Galavotti, Mix it Up Creations (Oneida): Decorated sugar cookies and more.

Plans are being made to have live entertainment and themed weeks focusing on wellness, families, and recognizing our dedicated service organizations within our community. Other weekly activities offered include guided house tours and storytelling.

We encourage nonprofits to join the Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market as we would like to recognize the many dedicated service organizations within our community.

The Cottage Lawn Farmers' Market will once again welcome New York State Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) Checks at the market. The FMNP consists of two programs: the Women, Infants, and Children Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (WIC FMNP) and the Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP). Those who are eligible for these programs are provided checks to redeem for fresh, local fruits and vegetables at participating farmers' markets and farm stands.

For more information about the market or to obtain an application to join the market as a farmer, food truck, or vendor please go to the website, or call the Madison County Historical Society at 315-363-4136.

We hope you will join us at the Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market to shop locally, enjoy family activities, and tour the historical society! Cottage Lawn Farmers’ Market is made possible by the most generous support from The Gorman Foundation and White’s Farm Supply.

The Madison County Historical Society is a nonprofit organization that operates both a museum and the Mary King Research Library located at 435 Main Street in Oneida. The society continues to preserve, collect, promote, and exhibit the history of Madison County and its fifteen towns and one city through the development of programs that enhance Madison County’s heritage. The historical society’s headquarters are housed in an 1849 Gothic Revival Villa that is listed on the State and National Registry of Historic Places.