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Pelham Market is back Sundays with old favorites and new vendors on Michael Schwerner Way

Photo: Katie Connolly

The Pelham Market, a favorite Sunday destination in town, is open for the season from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. through Nov. 24.

The Town of Pelham can expect three to four new vendors at each market this year, giving shoppers additional choices. Some weeks will have upwards of 30 different stalls in hopes of maximizing the space on Michael Schwerner Way.

“Some vendors who have been at the market for several years, such as R&M Farms, DoughCo Bagels and Freshly Made Juice, will continue to provide the quality products that have made them so popular among Pelham residents,” said Kabir Motwani, coordinator of the market. “Newcomers like White Mustache Yogurt and the Lentil Co. will hopefully develop a new fanbase in Pelham.” 

There are several opportunities for youth and adults to work at the market, while checking out the food and other items for sale.

“There are many benefits of working at the farmers market, such as the access to high-quality food and goods, but the best part of the job is seeing vendors grow their businesses and seeing their ideas come to life,” said Motwani. 


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