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Cultivating Earth & Community Since 1973

ADDRESS: Steamboat Landing at 545 Third St., Ithaca NY
2024 SCHEDULE: April to October, 9 AM to 3 PM November – December 21, 10 AM to 2 PM


Ithaca Farmers Market is thrilled to welcome back our loyal customers and new visitors with a wide variety of products including farm-raised meat, eggs, and dairy; fresh vegetables and fruit; locally-gathered honey and locally-prepared staples like jelly and sauces; bread, pastries, and other baked goods; wine, hard apple cider and mushroom spirits; as well as live plants and the best selection of hot food and art created within 30 miles of Ithaca. This year we are celebrating our 50th Anniversary with special events and other surprises scheduled all season long. Our merchandise table offers a huge selection of new and returning IFM-branded gear including our 50th anniversary raglan-sleeve t-shirts.

In November and December the vendor count can go down depending on the weather, but the quality is always through the roof! These last two months cater to holiday meal shoppers and those prepping their gift-giving for the season. At our last market in December, we end our year with our world-famous International Rutabaga Curl!

A few tips to get the best out of your visit:

  • Come early in the morning if you want to get to your favorite vendors before they sell out! If you want to have lunch at the market, expect to stand in line for 5 to 10 minutes on busy days.
  • Your furry friends aren’t allowed in the Pavilion itself, but you can bring them outside the structure to walk the Waterfront Trail or watch the ducks on the lake.
  • Our parking lot can get crowded later in the day, so plan accordingly by parking a little farther away or taking TCAT (Route 13 bus) to Aldi, and strolling over.
  • PLEASE DO NOT park in the vendor-only parking area, in the fire lanes, on the shoulders, in front of driveways, in the Aldi or Marketview Apartments parking lots, or anywhere else where signs are posted prohibiting you parking there. Please do not move or block any parking signs. YOU MAY BE CITED OR TOWED.
  • Many vendors don’t accept credit cards, so bring cash or plan to stop by our ATM. You can also purchase gift certificates in $5 increments using your credit/debit card at our office. Folks who use EBT/SNAP can visit the office to purchase tokens that can be used just like SNAP on the same items you’d get at a grocery store.
Opening Day at the Market, April 1, 2023. Photo by Jacques Schickel.

VENDORS AT THE MARKET: 12/16/2023

JOIN US FOR OUR FABULOUS RUTABAGA CURL COMPETITION!

Many of our vendors have reserved booths, which means that they will be in the same spot each week, but others do not! Some vendors will be in a different booth each week, and some only attend the market during certain seasons. Numbers refer to the booth number, located at the back of each stall at the pavilion. Use the pavilion map here to create a plan for the day!

Saturday’s vendors will be updated on Friday at 9 AM. However, due to last-minute vendor schedule changes, this list might not be 100% accurate by the time we open Saturday morning. (We will update the list before opening if notified of any changes.) Feel free to stop by the market office at any time with questions!

Booth # Business Name
1 Littletree Orchards
2 Plenty of Posies
3 Eve’s Cidery
4 Peachey’s Produce
5 Perry City Orchard and Nursery
6 Ithaca Soap
7 Waid’s Honey
8 Glenwood Farms
9 Bluebird Bakery
10 Captivating Clay Creations
11 Rainbow Valley Ranch / Fingerlakes Popcorn
12 Black Diamond Farm, LLC
13 Jasper Meadows Farm
14 Stick and Stone Farm
15 Silver Spoon
16 Mama Said Hand Pies
17 Raintree Farm
18 Sandy’s Jewelry
19 Laurel Branch Design
20 Solaz dba, Great Food With Attitude LLC
21 Tibetan Momo Bar
22 Wide Awake Bakery
23 Belinda Thompson Glass
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24 Old Chatham Creamery
25 Silent City Uprising Coffee
26 Katherine Solomon Photography
27 Rag Rugs
28 The Cinnamon Shoppe & Deli
29 Nook and Cranny Farm
30 Mt Pleasant Woodworks
31 Bright Raven Farm and Apiary
32 Balance Aromatherapy
33 Jackman Vineyards
34 Snow Farm Creamery
35 Sabol’s Farm
36 Cayuta Sun Farm
37 Redbyrd Orchard Cider
38 Humble Hill Farm
39 Dancing Brush/Syntony LLC
40 New York Cider Company
41 Buried Treasures Organic Farm
42 Bellwether Hard Cider and Wine Cellars
43 Earth ‘n’ Fire Pottery
44 Six Circles Farm
45 Knapp Farm (Rutabaga Tarts and Treats)
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59 RUTABAGA CURL REGISTRATION / IFM MERCH
60 Windsong Farm
61 RUTABAGA CARVING STATION
62 Damiani Wine Cellars
63 Dancing Turtle
64 Kingbird Farm
65 Sunrise Samosas
66 Elizabeth Andrews Studio
67 CeCe + LuLu
68 Frosty Morning Jewelry
69 Jacques Schickel Pottery
70 West Haven Farm
71 Wandering Sage Farm
72 Oxbow Forge
73 Autumn’s Harvest Farm, LLC
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76 Dr. Marina’s Art Form
77 Picaflor Farm
78 Fort Baptist Farm
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80 North Ferry Hats
81 Schoolyard Sugarbush
82 Crosswinds Farm and Creamery
83 Carolina Perez Designs
84 Christi A. Sobel
85 Shannon Brook Farm
86 Plum Creek Designs
87 Veronika’s Pastries
88 Blue Oyster Cultivation / Mushroom Spirits Distillery
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