Friday, October 7, 2011

Downtown Oyster Bay Celebrates 'Fall Harvest Days' Every Friday in October

Oyster Bay, New York – Every Friday in October from 10am-4pm, we will be celebrating the culmination of another year of the highly successful Oyster Bay Farmers’ Market with ‘Fall Harvest Days.’ We welcome you to drop by and see the vendors you’ve come to know and love one last time. Come early to enjoy cider and donuts. All throughout the day family-friendly activities and events will give another reason to visit the market.

Award-winning farmer Beagan Gouth will have his fresh fruits and vegetables grown right here in Nassau County. Also on display will be the over 20 ribbons and prizes he won at the recent Long Island Fair. Joining him will be Armstrong Farm of Lattingtown with their very popular organic eggs. Scarola Farms will continue to bring their choicest wines from the North Fork of Long Island. Need some mums or flowers to give your home a splash of fall color? WPW Growers is here to help you with that too.

Maybe you are looking for baked goods, tea, or pickles? We have Meredith’s Bread offering the most delicious breads, pies, cookies, and other treats. The Tea Plant will offer loose tea and accessories. And, the always popular Horman’s Pickles brings their full line of products for the true pickle connoisseur in your household.

Rounding out the market are several vendors making fresh and handmade products. Bambino’s Ravioli has homemade pastas and sauces. DelPozzo brings the finest of oils that complement the many other food products available at the market. Naturally handmade Soaps by Susan are perfect for your home or as gifts this coming holiday season.  Bring along your fine furry friend for natural dog treats and pet items by Little Lexi’s Barkery. Rounding out the excellent vendors we have is Bang’N BBQ with their smoked BBQ items, and prepared ready-to-eat sandwiches.

The Oyster Bay Farmers’ Market is located in Townsend Park between Town Hall and the U.S. Post Office. Parking is easily accessible throughout the downtown. For questions please call (516) 922-6982 or visit

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