2018 Farmers Market 

The Clinton Farmers Market accepts SNAP tokens at the market.  Stop by the Clinton Chamber Information Booth for more information.  New vendors interested in participating, please fill out the REQUIRED Program Participation Agreement and email or mail it back to the Chamber.

For more information on SNAP, please visit:


Power of Produce (POP) Kids Club (EVERY DAY THIS YEAR!)

FREE activities for kids ages (5 – 12) at the Clinton Farmers Market!

Check in the at Clinton Chamber Information Booth for your Passport to Health!  Free POP Tote Bags to kids who registered!  Limited number of POP Tote Bags available.  

This program is supported with a Community Heath Award from Excellus BlueCross BlueShield.  

The Power of Produce Club, or the POP Kids Club, began at the Oregon City Farmers Market in 2011.  This innovative program is designed to educate children ages 5-12 about making healthier food choices, empowering them to make healthier food purchases and introducing them to where their food comes from.  The driving theme behind the program is to encourage the development of healthy eating habits at an early age.  

Children register to participate in the program by completing and signing a “Passport to Health” at the market.  A parent’s signature is required for each child registration completed.  As they attend market sessions, their Passport to Health card is marked for their attendance and they receive $2 in wooden tokens to spend on fresh fruit and vegetables during each market visit. 

2018 Clinton Farmers Market Vendors

Constableville, NY - 315-790-9433
Candles, votive candles, potpourri oils, perfumed body oils, incense sticks and cones in a wide array of scents

Barbie Fashions By Caryl
Rome, NY - 315-404-2520
Barbie & American Girl Clothes

Bell Tower Order of the Eastern Star
Clinton, NY 
Hot dogs, cold sodas and snacks (chips)

Bolivers Gold & Silversmith
Croghan, NY, 315-608-1693
Solid sterling silver necklaces, bracelets, rings, anklets, earrings & pendants

Bouchard Farm II  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Little Falls, NY - 315-796-4370
Organic produce, organic grass-fed and finished beef, naturally raised pork and free-range pastured chicken eggs.

The Cabbage Cove
Richfield Springs, NY - 518-231-1483
Fermented cabbage

Cats in the Attic Cards
New Hartford, NY - 315-272-5533
Homemade cards & gift boxes 

Champagnes Gourmet Bacon  (Accepts SNAP)
Herkimer, NY - 315-717-5502
Bacon chocolate, bacon novelties

Cheese Filled*

Syracuse, NY - 315-317-2047

Cheese filled, pepperoni, pickes, summer sausage, spread & pickled pepperoni




Clinton Historical Society (Chamber Members)

Clinton, NY - 315-859-1392

Books & Memorbilia


New Hartford, NY
Beaded & woven bracelets and beaded barrettes

Common Thread CSA  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Madison, NY - 315-882-0086
Mixed vegetables & herbs, CSA
Lee Center, NY - 315-240-1171
Goat milk soap, goat milk lotion, wool dryer balls, upcycled feed bag totes, cookies, muffins, jam, farm pictures, pastured raised chicken, eggs

Sherrill, NY - 315-967-3336
Freshly made gelatos and sorbets of varying flavors. 

Dark Hollow Farms
Smyrna, NY 
Fresh cut/dried flowers, fresh cut herbs, vegetable, flower, herb plants, maple syrup
Morrisvile, NY - 315-663-1675 - June ONLY
Devine Gardens vermicompost, Devine Gardens super grow compost blend

Dianne Porcelain
Vernon, NY - 315-829-3044
Hand painted porcelain

Drover Hill Farm  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Earlville, NY - 315-691-2327
Pasture raised Beef, Pork, Lamb and Chicken

Exeter Park Produce and Garlic(Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks)
West Winfield, NY - 315-982-3589
In-season, naturally-grown produce and herbs.  Specialized in premium culinary and seed garlic.  Farm fresh brown eggs from free-range/cage-free hens.  Bison Meat.  HPE certified and offer pies made from fresh fruit, breads & rolls, cookies and cakes and a full line of Gluten-Free baked goods.  Jams & Jelly.  Cut fresh and dried flowers and wreaths.

Canajoharie, NY - 518-469-1152
Succulents - soft & hardy - available for entire market season
Herbs - annual & perennial - annual available for entire season, hardy sold until gone
Mixed annual containers - unique selection used to create potted patio containers
Cut and dried flowers - weather permitting available late July - October

New Hartford, NY -315-351-6627
Handmade aprons, summer dresses for kids & adults. Handmade purses, wall hangings

Fruit of the Fungi  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Earlville, NY - 315-725-1246
Mushrooms - fresh and dried

G & M Farms  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Morrisville, NY - 315-684-9223
Fresh produce, jam, hot sauce, salsa & pickles

Gentle Breeze Alpacas* (August - October Only)
Burlington Flats, NY - 607-437-6332
Alpaca Products, Yarn rolling, hats, scarves, mittens, gloves, socks, rugs and honey.

Goatchard Farms  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Vernon, NY - 315-335-9635
Goatmilk soap, lotions, bees wax products, hops, honey, honey straws, organic vegetables, lip balms, eggs, mushrooms, popcorn seed, gen corn; Cosmetics - natural

Grandma & Grandpa's Kettle Corn & Lemon Blizzard's Affair
Liverpool, NY - 315-380-6122
Kettle corn, lemonade and waffles with fruit & ice cream

The Grapevine Restaurant  (Chamber Member)
New Hartford, NY - 315-725-1579
Gyros, grape leaves and wraps

Sherrill, NY - 315-751-9247
On-site wood fired pizza

Herkimer, NY - 315-866-0999
Pies, pastries, cookies, baguettes, specialty flavored breads and rolls

Hidden Hearts Honey  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Syracuse, NY - 315-396-9386
Honey, honey products, beeswax candles, beeswax wrapping cloth, lip balms

Baldwinsville, NY - 315-400-2650
Specialty baked goods: gluten free, dairy free, vegan, paleo, cookies, bars, cake, cupcakes, muffins, brownies, etc. 

Impressions by Linda
Clayville, NY - 315-725-0818
Photography and decoratively framed inspirational sayings; water colored and photo cards

Whitesboro, NY
Tie dyed clothing and accessories

Clinton, NY - 315-527-9618
Wheat free dog treats

Jones Family Farm  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Herkimer, NY - 315-867-7646
Cheeses: goat, sheep, cow; aged, semi-aged & fresh meats & frozen desserts

Kara's Lemonade/ Spring Creek Farm (Formerly TJ Willis Enterprise)
Trenton Falls, NY 315-790-0969
Fresh squeezed lemonade, produce, handmade signs, cutting boards, fresh cut flowers

Kid's Market, Inc.  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
New Hartford, NY - 315-264-8010
Homegrown fruits & vegetables, homemade baked goods including cookies, brownies and fruit breads; fall deco including pumpkins, gourds, corn stalk & potted flowers

Kingfisher Farm  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Clinton, NY - 315-790-0328
Fruit & Vegetables
North Syracuse, NY - 315-480-3211
Handmade cold process soaps, shea & aloe lotion, sugar scrubs, soy blended candles, lip balms, lip scrubs, natural deodorant, clay & mud masks, bath bombs, natural bug spray, loofah foot scrubs, foot care products, facial creams, men's shaving products, childrens bath products including shower jlly, bath bombs and playdough soap.

Kirkland Art Center  (Chamber Member)
Clinton, NY - 315-853-8871
Marketing and display table to showcase upcoming classes, events, programs and community offerings.

Clay, NY - 315-447-0644

Matteson's Market  (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Woodagate, NY - 315-571-5600
produce, baked goods, frozen homemade meals and stuffed breads, flower & herbs

Mel's Creations
Holland Patent, NY - 315-527-9050
Cookies, Brownies, pastries, granola, cakes & breads

Michael T's
New Hartford, NY - 315-794-1434
Pasta, meatballs, greens, riggies, grilled chicken, salads & soups

M.Y. Farm/Mizrahi Manor Granola  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Sherburne, NY - 607-244-5819
Handcrafted farmhouse granola (vegan and gluten free), pork, beef, chicken, eggs

Utica, NY - 315-725-1558
Tomato pies, hard crust bread, shells and dough

Original Herkimer Cheese  (Chamber Member)
Herkimer, NY - 315-985-0212
Artisan cheese spreads and cheddar cheese products

Perfect Love 444* (Chamber Member)
Clinton, NY - 315-709-9322
Handforged Sterling Siler, copper, brass, OOAK Jewelry, Original paintings, crochet animals, hats, scarfs, Hand carved and designed walking sticks.

Photo Perch* (June 21 Only)
Waterville, NY - 315-864-1332
Matted prints, framed prints, canvas art, photo cards, photo clocks

Pickle Hill Farm (Accepts SNAP, FreshConnect Checks and FMNP)
Fort Plain, NY - 518-993-3586
Fruits, vegetables, eggs

West Winfield, NY - 315-525-9951
Greeting cards with envelopes made from artwork.  Framed pictures made from artwork. 
Pleasant Valley Farm & Bakery
Hubbardsville, NY - 315-264-7223
Baked goods and berries in season

Frankfort, NY - 315-286-2500
Ready to eat BBQ sandwiches, tacos, meals to go, meat sales of beef, pork and lamb

Quarry Brook Farms  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Sherburne, NY - 607-423-6098
Certified Organic:
Grass Fed Beef. Grass Fed Lamb.
Pastured, No-Soy Pork, Poultry and Eggs. Organic seasonal produce.

Redmond's Red Deer Farm(Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Holland Patent, NY - 315-865-8670
Farm - raised red deer venison - frozen, cuts and snack products; antler dog chews - treats; antler bling - pens, earrings, necklaces, keyrings, etc.

Rella’s Orginals  (Accepts SNAP)
Whitesboro, NY - 315-292-4188
Italian marinara sauce and spice riggie sauce

Sherburne, NY - 607-316-6443
100% handcrafted jewelry, artwork & wooden items

Rosemary’s Thyme
New Hartford, NY - 315-797-8988
Herb plants, topiaries, bonsai, fresh wreaths, bouquets

Rustic Retiree*
New Hartford, NY - 315-269-2535
Rustic handmade crafts made of recycled barn wood, shiplap, small tree limbs,.  Items are left natural, stained or white washed, Products include: planter, candle holders, shelves, coat hanger, wine rack and lots more.

Shaw’s Maple Products  (Chamber Member, Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Clinton, NY - 315-725-0547
Maple syrup & all maple related products and maple cotton

Silky Squares and Bombs NY
Clinton, NY - 315-542-8954
Handcrafted olive oil soaps, lotions, wooden soap decks, essential oils, clarifying creams
Rome, NY -315-225-7147
Produce, honey, plants and flowers

Slate Creek Farm  (Accepts SNAP and FreshConnect Checks)
Barneveld, NY - 315-334-3582
Eggs, poultry, lamb, beef, pork & duck.  Sunflowers

Sonoka County
West Edmeston, NY - 516-510-1184
Farmhouse style inspired furniture and home decor items.  Products built out of reclaimed wood.

So Sweet Candy Cafe
Utica, NY - 315-272-9953
Fudge, candy and baked goods
Oneida, NY - 315-941-3530
Healthy and naturally beautiful acai and pitaya bowls

Stone Presbyterian Church/Fair Trade Shop (Chamber Member)
Clinton, NY 
Handmade arts & crafts, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, candy, clothing, gift items

Susie’s Soft Touch
Clinton, NY - 315-725-8216
Handmade knitted baby blankets, organic soap, sachets, pine soap planks, organic morning oils and facial masks

Utica Bread  (Accepts SNAP & FreshConnect Checks, Chamber Member)
Utica, NY - 315-624-BAKE
Bread & pastry, baguette, multigrain, ciabatta, rye, raisin walnut, crossaint, pretzel

Weekend Creations (Accepts SNAP)
Clinton, NY - 315-853-5949
Handmade stuffed animals, fabric gift bags, wood items, photo greeting cards, candles, honey
Edmeston, NY - 607-244-0358
Handcrafted, locally sourced wood products such as bowls, peppermills, decor items.

Willson's Nursery* (Accepts SNAP)
Waterville, NY - 315-841-8285
Plants, annuals, shrubs, trees, hanging baskets

Witty Bantam's Organics
Norwich, NY - 607-373-5484
Pastured-raised meats Galloway beef, duck, turkey, chicken, pork from a critially rare breed mul foot hog.  Over 30 varieties of micro-greens, baby greens, arugula, lettuce, dale, spinach, beans, cucumbers, garlic, leeks, peas and different berries.

Woodhaven Market
Rome, NY - 315-617-2438
Handmade wooden craft products: such as wooden shelves, small wooden boxes, mason jars, small wooden signs, decorated small wooden blocks

*New 2018 Vendor

Entertainment at the Clinton Farmers Market

Experience the Clinton Farmers Market while listening to music from local musicians who donate their time to entertain market goers. The type of music will change from week to week and can be a solo act or an entire band of music makers.  Other forms of entertainment welcomed.

While the musicians are thrilled to share their talents, they do count on your tips to offset their travel expenses.  Please be generous in showing your appreciation by tipping them when you have the opportunity.  Your support can encourage our musicians to return next year and other performers to consider including our market in their summer circuit.

Schedule for 2018

June 7
10 - 11:30 am:  Dusty Elmer
11:30 am:  Kirkland Town Library Lunch Time Reads
12 - 12:30 pm: CCS Elementary School Chorus
12:30 - 1 pm: CCS Elementary/Middle School Orchestra
2 - 3:30 pm: OPEN

June 14
10 - 11:30 am:  Lauren Mettler
11:30 am:  Kirkland Town Library Lunch Time Reads
12 - 2 pm:  Kevin Wayne
2 - 3:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer

June 21
11:30 am:  Kirkland Town Library Lunch Time Reads
12 - 12:30 pm:  CCS Jazz Band
12:30 - 1 pm: CCS Chamber Orchestra
2 - 3:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer
4:30 - 6 pm:  Wild Wool

June 28 
10 - 11:30 am:  The Honey Badgers
11:30 am:  Kirkland Town Library Lunch Time Reads
12 - 1:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer
2 - 3:30 pm:  Lauren Mettler

July 5
11 am – 12 pm:   Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads
12 - 1:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer
2 - 3:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers

July 12
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads
12 - 1:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers
2 - 3:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer

July 19 
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads
12 - 1:30 pm:  Mike & Donna
2 - 3:30 pm: OPEN
4 - 6 pm: Cait Devin

July 26
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads
12 - 1:30 pm:  Cait Devin
2 - 3:30 pm:  Lauren Mettler

August 2 
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads 
12 - 1:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer
2 - 2:30 pm:  Mike & Donna

August 9
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads 
12 - 1:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers
2 - 3:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer

August 16
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo/Lunch Time Reads
12 - 1:30 pm:  Mike & Donna
2 - 3:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers
4:00 - 6 pm:  OPEN

August 23
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo
12 - 1:30 pm:  Lauren Mettler
2 - 3:30 pm: Utica Zoomobile

August 30
11 am - 12 pm:  Kirkland Town Library Storytime in the Gazebo
12 - 1:30 pm:  Mike & Donna
2 - 3:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer

September 6
12 - 1:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers
2 - 3:30 pm:  Lauren Mettler

September 13 
10 - 11:30 am:  Lauren Mettler
12 - 2 pm:  Kevin Wayne
2 - 3:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers

September 20 
10 - 11:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers
12 - 1:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer
2 - 3:30 pm:  Mike & Donna
4 - 6 pm:  Lauren Mettler

September 27 

10 - 11:30 am:  OPEN
12 - 1:30 pm:  Lauren Mettler
2 - 3:30 pm:  Dusty Elmer

October 4 

10 - 11: 30 am:  Dusty Elmer
12 - 1:30 pm:  OPEN
2 - 3:30 pm:  The Honey Badgers

If you are an entertainer looking to join us at the market, please click here for our registration form: Clinton Farmers Market Busker Registration Form

Performer Application Information

The Clinton Farmers Market is looking for buskers to perform in our market this summer. Join a community who appreciates both good food and good music! 

WHEN – Thursday from June 7 through October 4 for 1 to 1 1/2 hour timeslots from 10 am – 4 pm.  Extended market hours from 10 am - 6 pm are on the following Thursdays: June 21th, July 19st, August 16th, September 20th.

WHAT WE ARE LOOKING FOR - acoustic solo performers or small groups (instrumental, vocal or a combination) to engage and entertain customers and visitors at the Market. Blues, jazz, pop, bluegrass, folk, country, or Americana - any style that sounds great in an open air market where you and our family customers are having fun.

OUR COMMITMENT – a prime, central location in the Farmers Market, promotion on all Clinton Chamber of Commerce social media pages and website plus any other publicity or news story undertaken by the Market. You keep all tips (and proceeds from any product).

Email completed Clinton Farmers Market Busker Registration Form to info@clintonnychamber.org or mail it to PO Box 142, Clinton, NY 13323. 

INCENTIVE COUPONS also available! Fresh Connect Check

Get a $2 FreshConnect Check for every $5 in SNAP benefits used at the Clinton Farmers Market.  The FreshConnect Checks can be used at all vendors who accept SNAP.  To learn more, visit: freshconnect.ny.gov


NEW Parking Areas:

Parking is a major issue in the Village of Clinton during the Farmers Market.  We are a large market with over 70 vendors at peak season who need to unload in a very small, congested area every Thursday.  The market’s customer base has increased dramatically as well.  There is pressure from the Clinton Fire Department and Kirkland Police Department to keep West Park Row OPEN for traffic, especially for emergency vehicles, as the Fire Station is down at the end of the street.  To allow market and local business customers to park and shop, there are NEW designated parking areas for 2018.  

For all vendors:  you may park along West Park Row (at your own risk) to unload in the morning and load in the afternoon. As a request by the Kirkland Policed Department, DO NOT UNLOAD from East Park Row.  After unloading from West Park Row, you must remove your vehicle in the designated areas (NEW DESIGNATED AREAS FOR 2018*). These rules will be strictly enforced. Vendor parking will be monitored, and violations will be reported to the Kirkland Police. 

*NEW in 2018 - After unloading, all vendors must park at the Clinton Arena (from 6/7/18 – 10/4/18) or Clinton School (available from 6/28/18 – 8/30/18) parking lots.  All vendors must move their vehicles to the Clinton Arena/Clinton School parking lots immediately after unloading their products, tent, accessory items, etc., and before setting up their booth. Please do not park on the street or in public parking lots.  These spaces are allocated for customers to the farmers market and local businesses.  

If you have any questions, please contact Jackie Walters at info@clintonnychamber.org o r 315-853-1735. 

Thank you to everyone who submitted a vendor application for the 2018 market season! Due to an overwhelming response of interested NEW vendors and the limited number of available spaces, as of 4/24/18 we are NO LONGER accepting NEW vendor applications. Looking forward to a great market season! See you on June 7th!  

To be placed on the waitlist, please send an email to info@clintonnychamber.org with your name, email address and what product you intend to sell.  Thank you.

The 2018 Clinton Farmers Market season is over.  See you in 2019!