Oxford Winter Farmers' Market
St. Paul's Parish House Community Center
The Oxford Winter Farmers’ Market returns for its second season to St. Paul’s Parish House Community Center on Main Street, in Oxford, New York. It will be held on the first Saturday of the months of November through April, 10 am to 1 pm. Follow the “verse-by-the-side-of-the road” signage coming into the Village of Oxford from all points. The Parish House is wheelchair accessible and there is ample parking behind the main stone church. Throughout the winter months, over twenty local vendors will offer a wide variety of fresh produce and herbs; winter root vegetables; organic dairy products; free-range eggs; locally raised meat; aromatic breads and baked goods fresh from the oven; old-fashioned jams, jellies, and preserves; maple syrup; honey; local fruit wine, hard cider, and mead; small-batch natural soaps; and handcrafted items. In addition, Dan Wilson of the Parish House Kitchen will prepare and serve a “Local Lunch” with ingredients sourced from our market vendors; proceeds benefit St. Paul’s community programs. This year, each market day will feature a special theme to highlight local agriculture and seasonal specialties. November 7: Harvest Bounty Recipes December 5: Local Gifts by Local Hands January 2: A Dairy Happy New Year! February 6: Sweet & Savory Valentine's Pairings March 5: Community Seed Swap April 2: Tap into Spring: Celebrating Maple Products Mark your calendar and come enjoy the friendly atmosphere and excellent local products. It’s all part of the Oxford Winter Farmers’ Market motto: “Our Soil, Our Hands, Your Neighbors.”
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