Sag Harbor’s popular Fair Foods Market will reopen for HarborFrost on Saturday, February 9 inside Christ Episcopal Church at 4 East Union Street (corner of East Union and Route 114) and will continue at this location every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until May 18, when the Sag Harbor Farmers Market returns to Bay Street.
For the winter market, there is ample parking along East Union and Rysam Streets.
“We thank the Reverend Karen Campbell and Christ Episcopal Church for hosting our market and welcoming us back into the village of Sag Harbor!” Fair Food Market Manager Ana Nieto said in a statement Wednesday.
The market will offer local produce during the winter months from Rustic Roots (microgreens, spinach, arugula, kale, swiss chard, apples), fabulous Mecox Bay Dairy cheeses and grass-fed meat, local baked goods, olive oil and vinegars, jams, yogurt and granola, preserves and much more!
We will be completing our farmers market with health and wellness events. Our events will include cooking demonstrations and information about edible gardens, GMO foods and other topics relevant to food and nutrition.