Thursday, July 13, 2006

Cambridge Farmer's Market Cambridge Farmer's Market

Fast Forward at the Cambridge Farmers' Market (Photo: Debra Pearlman)

The Cambridge Farmers’ Market, Sundays 10:00 AM-2:00 PM, is not just a place to buy fresh veggies and tasty treats. One of the wonderful features of this vendor -operated market is the weekly musical talent that is showcased under the music tent. Market Assistant Manager, Carole Liggett, has put together an impressive array of local musical talent for the month of July. Here's the July line-up.

July 16th – Scott Corrino: Scott is one of the founding members of the Pompanuck Farm Institute ( Scott is a prolific songwriter and popular with many local musicians. You never know who will turn-up to jam with Scott.

July 23rd – Gary Moon: Gary is well known around the Saratoga-Capital Region coffeehouse circuit. He’s been in the studio working on his new CD. Maybe we’ll get a chance to be the first to hear some of the new tunes. To learn more about Gary, visit his web site at

July 30th – Kate Blain: Known on the coffee house scene Kate is described as "mellow, acoustic folk in a lyrical voice"
- Sarah Craig, Caffe Lena, Saratoga Springs, NY (

It’s really going to rock on Sunday’s at the Cambridge Farmers’ Market. We encourage dancing, jamming, and laughter. Bring the kids, the dogs, and even the grandparents out for a lovely day.


You can't miss the Happenchance Farm booth. It's were you'll find a large crowd of folks admiring the locally grown produce and petting the calmest Border Collie you'll ever meet.

(Photo: Debra Pearlman)

Jamie Snyder is proud of the produce he grows. Famouse for their mesclun mix, Happenchance Farm grows a wide variety of vegetables, herbs, and melons for our dining pleasere.

(Photos: Debra Pearlman)

If you miss Jamie at the market, you can always find what you need at the farm stand located at 396 County Route 68, Eagle Bridge, NY.


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