Kelly Corners/Halcottsville

The Pakatakan Farmers' Market

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  • Farmers’ Market

From mid-May through mid-October area farmers and artisans gather to share their creativity and bounty at the Pakatakan Farmers’ Market. Located at the historic Round Barn on Route 30 Halcottsville (approximately 5 miles north of Arkville/Margaretville) the market runs Saturdays from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.

Since its inception in 1991, the market has consistently been a popular shopping and socializing spot for locals residents, weekenders and even celebrities from near and far.

The market is a great place to enjoy breakfast or brunch, as there are prepared food vendors and picnic tables. Local farmers and producers are selling craft beverages, grass fed meats, organic vegetables, farmstead goat and cow cheeses, fresh baked goods, maple syrup, honey, jams, pesto, trout, mushrooms, cut flowers and more. Artisans sell pottery, baskets, jewelry, soaps, quilts, wool, wood products and more. There is a holiday market in November. The Pakatakan Farmers’ Market is held rain or shine.

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