Sunday, November 21, 2010

Hudson Farmers' Market

Yesterday was the last Saturday of the season for the Hudson Farmers' Market, but the Register-Star reports that there's talk of continuing the market indoors: "Hudson Farmer's Market ends, plans to continue indoors." In order to measure interest in an indoor winter market, there's going to be a "test market" at the Reformed Dutch Church of Claverack on Saturday, December 11, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Although a market in Claverack doesn't seem to be a very good way to predict the success of a market in Hudson, if you'd like Hudson to have a year-round farmers' market, go out to Claverack on December 11 to show your support.     


  1. It's good that the life of the farmer's market is being extended; I believe that the market in Chatham, which has a building, has been successful throughout the year.

    But really, shouldn't the Hudson market be IN HUDSON? If it's in Claverack, then doesn't it become the CLAVERACK farmer's market?

    Jock Spivy

  2. I couldn't agree more, Jock. This makes no sense whatsoever.