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June 3, 2008
Two New Farmer’s Markets Open
New Market Opening in Roslyn, in Addition to Garden City Location


Opening June 2, 2009

Garden City Farmer's Market Opens at 101 County Seat Drive - 7am-1pm - Every Tuesday through November

Opening June 3, 2009

Roslyn Farmer's Market Opens at Christopher Morley Park - 7am-1pm - Every Wednesday through November


Starting this week – two Farmer’s Markets will operate this summer. One will return to its original location in Garden City, and a new market will open in Roslyn.

The Market at 101 County Seat Drive, in Garden City, will be open on Tuesdays, starting on June 3rd and will run to November 25th.  The second Market is at Christopher Morley Park, in Roslyn, will be open on Wednesdays, starting on June 4th and will run to November 26th. Both will start at 7 a.m. and end at 1:00 p.m. Both markets will offer fresh produce – vegetables fruits, juices, honey, jams, jellies pickles, pies, and breads. 

The Nassau County Attorney’s office and the County’s Department of Senior Citizen Affairs worked with the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets, the Farmer’s Market Federation of New York and the Long Island Grower’s Market to create both markets.

“Last year’s market was a huge success and I’m excited that Nassau County will now be home to two Farmer’s Markets,” stated Suozzi.  “Residents can now enjoy fresh food, straight from the farm, without having to travel a great distance.”

Farmer’s Market Locations
(Open June through November)

Garden City
101 County Seat Drive
Every Tuesday 7AM – 1PM

Christopher Morley Park, Searingtown Rd.
Every Wednesday 7AM – 1PM

Click here to find more farmer’s markets in Nassau County

Approximately 8-12 fresh-food vendors are expected to take part in the weekly markets. To encourage seniors to take advantage of this healthy option, the County’s Department of Senior Citizen Affairs will distribute vouchers, provided through a State program, to qualifying seniors to help them make purchases at the market.

About Healthy Nassau

Healthy Nassau, builds upon existing initiatives and adds new ones in order to sustain a healthy environment (focusing on air, land and water), while encouraging healthy living (tending to bodies, minds and spirits). Healthy Nassau initiatives have included creating the organic farm at Old Bethpage Village Restoration; initiating the “Biggest Loser” Weight-Off Competition for County workers; continuing to preserve the County's remaining open space; seeding 2 million shellfish in Hempstead Harbor; requesting the Health Department to consider banning trans fats and putting calorie counts on menus; and working with other large municipalities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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