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Farmers’ markets

Bayonne Farmers’ Market – Tues, May 7 thru Nov. 2-7pm. Sells a variety of fruits and vegetables, flowers, fresh breads/ baked goods, fresh mozzarella, dried fruits, lemonade, nuts, etc. Start date may change so confirm. Municipal lot, 23rd and DelMonte Dr, Bayonne. Lauren: 201-240-9112.

Hamilton Park Farmers’ Market – Wed, May 8 thru Dec. 3-7pm. It’s a celebration in the park, but you can get locally grown fruits, veggies, breads, cupcakes, prepared fresh and frozen food, banana ice cream, pickles, knife and scissor sharpening, lots more. Hamilton Park at the Gazebo, 8th St between McWilliams and W Hamilton Place, Jersey City. Nordland: 201-403-7956.

Harvest Square Farmers’ Market – Tues, mid-July to Oct. 3-6pm. A full range of locally grown fruits and veggies, fresh baked goods, homemade food stuffs and more. Harvest Square at St Patrick’s Church, 492 Bramhall Ave, Jersey City.

Historic Downtown Farmers’ Market – Mon & Thurs, May 13 thru Dec. 4-8pm. Market has locally grown or pro- duced food items, many vendors with homemade products, extensive selections of organic products, even area food trucks to serve up all kinds of culinary creations. Grove Street PATH Plaza, Newark Ave and Grove St, Jersey City. Rachel Seig: 201-547-3554.

Hoboken Downtown Farmers’ Market – Tues, late June thru Oct. 3-7:30pm. In addition to providing local farmers another venue and residents with fresh picked fruits and vegetables, the market serves as a gathering place for peo- ple to exchange smiles, thoughts and recipes. Washington St between Newark St and Observer Hwy, Hoboken. David Calamoneri: 201-420-2277.

Hoboken Family Farmers’ Market at The Garden Street Mews – Sat, early June thru Oct. 9am-2pm. Located on a private pedestrian street, this is as much street fair as market for locally grown and organic produce, honey, eggs, soaps, artisan cheese, organic dog treats, prepared foods, etc. Also music, arts, activities & games for kids and more. 1425 Garden St between 14th & 15th sts, Hoboken. 201-222-2580.

Hoboken Uptown Farmers’ Market – Thurs, June thru Oct. 3-7:30pm. Stop by on your way home from work and you will find everything from heirloom tomatoes to bread baked that morning and other epicurean delights. Hudson St between 13th and 14th sts, Hoboken. 201-420-6645.

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Journal Square Farmers’ Market – Wed & Fri, late June thru Thanksgiving. 11am-7:30pm. Jersey City’s largest, longest running market, also one of the longer seasons and longer days. It offers fruits and vegetables, artisan baked goods, a variety of homemade condiments, snacks, and even desserts. Journal Square, across from the Landmark Loew’s Jersey Theatre on Kennedy. Collin Egan: 201-798-6055.

Kearny Farmers’ Market – Thurs, late June thru Oct. 12-6pm. Features recently harvested fruits/vegetables from Alstede Farms and Union Hill Farms, fresh cheese, artisan bread, pickles and olives from local venders. A senior voucher program allows low income seniors the chance to enjoy the fresh produce and food stuff. Kearny Ave between Bergen Ave and Afton St, across from Mandee’s. Mary Torres: 201-955-7400.

Newport Centre Mall – Tues, early June thru Oct. 12- 7pm. This afternoon and evening market is on level 1 of the mall, near Pay Half court. You will be able to buy an assortment of locally grown fresh vegetables, fruits, delicious baked goods, gourmet nuts and more. Newport Center Mall, Jersey City. Jill Daniel: 201-626-2078.

Paulus Hook Farmers’ Market – Sat thru fall. 11am- 4pm. Features grain-fed meats from Stony Hill Farm. Details are currently being determined; visit website for more information. Washington & Dudley sts, near the Korean War Memorial.

Riverview Farmers’ Market – Sun, May 5 thru Oct 27. 9am-2pm. One of the first farmers’ markets of the season, with unique goods made by local artisans as well as farm-fresh produce, meat, eggs and nuts. Some prepared foods like empanadas. Riverview-Fisk Park, 1 Bowers St, Jersey City. Info: Farms in the Heights on Facebook.

Union City Market at Troy Towers – Every other Sun, late June thru mid-Sept. 9am-2pm. The local Iona Hills Farms provides fresh fruit and vegetables. Other food stuffs and handmade items available. Hudson Troy Towers Apartments, 380 Mountain Rd, Union City. Mary Jed: 210-865-6000.

Van Vorst Park Farmers’ Market – Sat, mid-May thru Nov. 8am-3pm. The market offers a variety of goods, including fresh organic and conventional fruits and vegetables, baked goods, seafood, fresh mozzarella, pickles, plants and flowers. Van Vorst Park by the gazebo, Jersey and Montgomery sts, Jersey City. Mark Wesson: 201-965-0632.

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