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Saturday, OCT 21 - 9am-5pm ----- Sunday, OCT 22 - 9am-4pm (OPENING AND CLOSING ONE HOUR EARLIER than in PAST. Plan ahead)
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Bay Haven Short Tails - New in 2017

Booth: 18, Bldg A
Self-raised, yarn, roving | We are a small fiber farm located on the beautiful south shore of Long Island. We raise English Angora rabbits and Finnish Landrace sheep. We believe in feeding quality...

Cheesemonger - FOOD

Booth: 1, Bldg E
cheeses from all over

Dafna Mizrahi

Chef, Monte's Kitchen
Born in Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico in 1991, Mizrahi opened her first restaurant, Monte’s Local Kitchen & Tap Room located in Armenia, NY, in 2014. She soon became a televised feature chef when she won the Weber-Harley Davidson National Burger Championship in South Dakota that same year. Shorty after, she made her first appearance with the...
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Elaine Khosrova

Authors, Butter: A Rich History
Elaine Khosrova is an independent writer who specializes in stories about food history and gastronomic culture. A former pastry chef and fellowship student at the Culinary Institute of America, Elaine holds a BS in...
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Great Adirondack Yarn Co.

Booth: 6, 7, Bldg 22D
Please find us at the Horticultural building ( gray building ) up the hill from ...

Traver's Lamb Lickens - FOOD

Booth: 5, Bldg OD23
Lamb Sausage, Roasted Lamb Sandwich, Lamb & Barley Soup, Lamb Chili, Lamb over R...
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Aba's Falafel - FOOD

Booth: 1, Bldg OD23
We are a neighborhood style falafel stand serving Falafels and salads with tahin...

Sean Lacy

Sean Lacy has been working in the local food industry for over 13 years. For the last 5 years, he has been providing the Hudson Valley with quality catering services and...

St. Mary’s on-the-Hill Cashmere

http://poststar.com/news/local/washington-county-fiber-farm-tour-shows-its-softer-side/article_37317f12-cd99-11e3-bcf4-001a4bcf887a.html | The nuns of St. Mary’s On-The-Hill were showing off their cashmere goats. Mother Miriam, head of the Anglican-Episcopal community, said the nuns kept dairy goats at their previous convent in Peekskill, but gave them up when twice-daily milkings became too much for the community. They acquired their first cashmere goats in 2005, the year after they moved to the grounds of the Christ the King Spiritual Life Center in Greenwich.The cashmere goats “can stay in the field most of the time,” Mother Miriam said. “They’re hardy and don’t need much care.”The community raises about half its...

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Saturday, October 21