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Ogdensburg’s GreenMarket returns Saturday

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Green is coming back to Ogdensburg this weekend.

The seventh annual Ogdensburg GreenMarket will return to Library Park for the summer and fall season on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The popular venue for locally grown produce and meats as well as crafts will also be held on Thursdays beginning May 16 from 2 to 5 p.m. outside Claxton-Hepburn Medical Center at the corner of King Street and Mansion Avenue from 2 to 5 p.m.

Fifteen vendors are scheduled to show up on Saturday, many of them GreenMarket veterans.

“We got some new ones, too,” said Sandra M. Porter, GreenMarket’s manager and executive director of the Greater Ogdensburg of Commerce.

“GreenMarket” is a regional name brand with room to grow.

And it’s here to stay.

“Definitely, it’s well-established and it will continue every year,” Ms. Porter said.

The newest GreenMarket vendors are Eliza Zehr of Carthage, who will be bringing vegetables to the market, and Vendetti Vineyards from Theresa, which will offer wines fro their own vineyard.

Other returning vendors are:

n Brian and Ann Bennett, with organic salad mix, green onions, parsley, eggs, herbs, garden transplants, geraniums, hanging baskets, many verities of garlic;

n Clif and Marie Cook, with pork, roasts, chops, sausage, lamb, new this year smoked lamb Polish kielbasa and sweet Italian lamb sausage, beef, ground beef bulk, sirloin steak rib steak, top round steak, maple products, vegetables in season and Marie’s fresh baked goods;

n Joe Metz and Sean Fay, offering fresh spring salad mix, parsley, spinach, dog treats, bedding plants, perennials, eggs, vegetables in season, jams and jellies;

n Smith Farms, offering all-natural frozen chickens and turkeys;

n Kingston’s Roadside Stand, offering fresh rhubarb, asparagus, strawberries, fruits and vegetables in season;

n Judi Questel’s “Not Your Average Cookie” cupcakes, do-nut muffins, marshmallows, pies, breads, woopie pies, fudge, biscotti, granola, caramel and maple popcorn, jams and jellies;

n Robin Snider of Robin’s Nest, offering American Doll doll clothes, handcrafted baskets, unique gift ideas and special orders;

n Parsley Place Herbs, offering over 100 different herbs;

n Candy Brown, offering custom garden stepping stones and pet memorial stones;

n Nola Davey, with all-natural soaps and handcrafted aprons;

n River Myst Winery and Thousand Islands Winery, each offering local wines and sampling;

n Tabitha McKeever’s macramé jewelry, and screen-printed team shirts;

n Kelsey Murphy’s photography of local scenes and landmarks.

Saturday’s GreenMarket will also include the Mother’s Day market with gift suggestions - hanging baskets, bedding plants, perennials, jewelry and others - for Sunday’s observance.

The Ogdensburg GreenMarket’s vendors accept food stamps, WIC and senior coupons.

To join the GreenMarket, call the chamber at 393-3620.

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