Ogdensburg GreenMarket open next five Saturdays at Presbyterian church
Wednesday, November 17, 2010 - 2:33 pm

OGDENSBURG – The Ogdensburg GreenMarket will be set up at the First Presbyterian Church on the corner of Ford and Franklin streets this Saturday, Nov. 20 and for the next four Saturdays.

Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Vendors will be set up with loads of seasonal vegetables and fruits such as apples, squash, potatoes, cabbages and herbs.

Joe Metz and Sean Fay are taking orders for fresh evergreen swags, wreaths and their distinctive Red twig Dogwood wreaths and centerpieces.

Ann & Brian Bennett have spice mixes, potpourri, cocoas, everlasting, flavored vinegars and snack mixes, Jane Wright brings her very popular all natural soaps and lotions, soy candles and dog treats.

Bea Murdock will have her handcrafted doilies and toys.

Candy Brown will bring her hand crafted garden stepping stones with stained glass inserts.

Nate Ellis will have his Morristown honey, beeswax candles and lavender sachets.

Judy Questell will be back at market with her pies, breads and cookies. She will also take orders for your Holiday gift giving.

K & M photography has matted photographs of the Ogdensburg for gift giving.

Leigh Chapman offers gift cards, and custom artwork from her studio on State Street.

If you would like to join the market as a vendor, call Sandy Porter at the chamber of Commerce 393-3620.