HAMBURG, N.Y. (WKBW) — The 43rd Hamburg Farmers’ Market postponed its opening until June 6 this year. Typically the market opens the first Saturday in May and runs through the last Saturday in October.
Organizers announced the market would be moving its location to accommodate more patrons while maintaining social distancing after there were large crowds the first two weeks.
The market is moving from the Hamburg Village Municipal Parking Lot to Moose Lodge 992 at 45 Church Street in Hamburg at the corner of Lake Street.
Many local products are available, including: annual, perennial, potted, and herb and vegetable starter plants, produce like greens, mushrooms, and radishes, eggs, meats, alpaca products, nuts, sauces and rubs, honey, maple products, French pastries and baked goods, wine and many more items are available for pickup and/or delivery throughout the month of May.
For a full list of vendors, what they are offering and to make an online order, click here or visit the Hamburg Farmers’ Market Facebook page.