Long Beach, NY – April 9, 2015 ­ City of Long Beach residents and visitors will welcome back the Farmers Market at Kennedy Plaza on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 9am to 2pm. The Market will also be open on Wednesdays starting May 6th from 10am to 2pm and from 4pm to 7pm to accommodate afternoon shoppers.

The Kennedy Plaza Farmers Market will be at: 1 West Chester Street in Long Beach, New York May 2 through November 25, 2015

Saturdays from 9am ­ 2pm
Wednesdays from 10am ­ 2pm and 4pm ­ 7pm

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For eight years the popular market, which runs Wednesdays and Saturdays through November 25, has featured regional producers offering fresh products including vegetables, herbs, fruits, plants, baked goods, fish, shellfish, eggs, cheeses, pasta, pickles, fair trade coffee, gluten free products, handcrafted soaps and much more. This year the market will introduce new producers offering glass bottled milk, beef, pork and chicken.

“We are very happy to be back in Long Beach,” said Market Manager and Program Director Bernadette Martin. “We have lots of new products to offer, and residents who were craving local farm grown meat and dairy products will be excited to see a wider selection this year.” This year the market will have many events that will offer family friendly fun.

LI Green Market is a mission ­based program to preserve open space and small family farms.

LI Green Market ∙ 455 E. Park Ave ∙ Long Beach, NY 11561 ∙ 631 678 5227


  1. Wonder what the vendors are going to do for the two hours it’s closed. Not like they are going to break down and put everything away and take it out again. I happen to work from home on Wednesdays and if I don’t get there real early a lot of times the very popular items are already sold out by 1 PM.

  2. Those later hours on Wednesday are awesome for those of us stuck in a 9-5 job that’s not in Long Beach (which, judging by the number of people lining up at the stop light at the base of the Loop every morning, is a lot).

    The milk (is Ronnybrook back?) beef and pork sounds great!


  3. Nice to have local produce, but kinda wish there was more organic produce sold there. Last year there was only one organic farmer at the market.

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