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5/26 Vendor List

4 E Green Farm

Agnes's Pierogis Heavenly Taste

AnnMaries Farmstand

Barry's Baked Goods

Bee Natural Body Care, Inc. and Spy Coast Bee Farm

Blind Bo Hot Sauce

Blue Duck Bakery Cafe

Catch of the Hamptons

Chef Giovanni


ChowderHead Soup

Clovis Outdoor Services

Cornell Cooperative FISH

Davy Jones Shellfish Co

Diesel Cold Brew

Ewes and Coos Felted

Finest Macarons/Chebureki

Good Stuff Gardens

High Peaks Distilling and Adirondack Brewery

Jessy's Empanadas

Julia Vogelle Pottery

Malik Farms

Mattituck Mushrooms

Monika Botanika

Naela's Organics

O'Honey Bee Farm

Old Post Candle Company

Peck's of Maine

Pindar Vineyards

Ronance Mouth Watering Morsels

Saint James Brewery

Sal & Jerry's Bakery

Savory Fig

Sivan CBD Remedies

Springbrook Hollow Farms Distilling

Stormy Garden Soaps

Sweet Melissa 1932

Tashana’s Kitchen

Tend Coffee

Terra Nut

The Big Cheese

The Groovy Cookie

The Perfect Pickle

The Pudding Lady

Tracy Marlowe Artisan Jewelry

Trombone e Gatto

Live Music: Denise Romas

Food Trucks: NahMaStay Vegan and Maui Chop House

Community Partners: Jonathan Kornreich and Apple Bank

TVHS Craft Central: Make paper poppy flowers for Memorial Day

Welcome to the 9th season of the Three Village Farmers Market. As we gear up for Opening Day at the Farmer’s Market, Three Village Historical Society is proud to announce that we will be managing the market on our property.

TVHS succeeds Linda Johnson, who has faithfully served as the market’s manager for the past 8 years. TVHS looks forward to stepping into our new role and continuing to grow this local treasure in the heart of the Three Village community.

As market manager, TVHS will oversee the market’s week-to-week operations to ensure everything runs smoothly for shoppers and vendors alike. We will also stay up to date on the legal requirements for farmers’ markets to ensure the Three Village Farmers Market remains in compliance.

As our market offers wonderful exposure to the neighborhood, we look forward to partnering with more non-profits, community-based organizations, educators, and entertainers each Friday. To that end, TVHS welcomes anyone curious about joining the market to contact us by emailing or following the market on Facebook and Instagram.

A unique opportunity on Friday evenings, the Three Village Farmers Market will take place each week from May 26 through September 1 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. From September 8 - October 27, the time changes from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.


Regardless of the weather, we are excited to offer a variety of vendors selling farm fresh produce, artisanal bread & cheese, freshly brewed coffee & tea, local honey, nuts & spices, jams & jellies, baked treats, hand crafted goods, prepared foods, and so much more. Each week will feature special surprises to delight children & adults of all ages!


TVHS is excited to offer free hands-on activities for our littlest learners each week at our education table. We will also be giving free tours of the Bayles-Swezey House circa 1805 featuring our two current exhibits Spies! and Chicken Hill: A Community Lost To Time.


With the start of this year’s Three Village Farmers Market, TVHS Director Mari Irizarry feels excited to start our time as the market’s management. “We look forward to welcoming the community to our grounds week after week,” she said. With the continued support of the community and sponsors like Apple Bank, Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich, and Miller Mohr & Kelly Design Group, she knows that the market’s 9th year will stand out as a great one.

Opening day of the Three Village Farmers Market is Friday, May 26th from 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on the grounds of the Three Village Historical Society at 93 N. Country Road in Setauket, NY.


Meet the staff, from L to R: Scott Ferrara, Collections and Exhibition Coordinator, Lindsey Steward-Goldberg, Education Coordinator, Mari Irizarry, Director, Kimberly Phyfe, Development Coordinator and Jack Maloney, Visitor Services Associate

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