Back by popular demand, the Pelham Market will be open this summer and early fall with rotating food trucks, a variety of food and drink vendors, and local non-profit organizations with the exception of specified holiday weekends. The market is moving to a new location on Harmon Avenue at Fifth Avenue next to Gazebo Park (map here) in the heart of downtown Pelham and will run from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
The seasonal, outdoor market, which is a program of the Pelham Chamber of Commerce, launched in May 2020 in an effort to support local businesses while also creating a safe and fun environment for people to shop and engage with one another during the pandemic. After hosting a highly successful season through the fall of 2020 the Chamber of Commerce and Pelham Market co-directors Amy Cole and Jane Sweeney decided to bring the Market back for a second season.
The Pelham Market opens on Sunday, May 16th with a terrific line-up of participants including: American Pride Seafood, Arlotta Food Studio, Blessed Brew Kombucha, Freshly Made Juice, Little Bird Cookies, Nicosia’s Bronx Bakery, The Pelham Examiner, Pelham Preservation and Garden Society, Pickleliscious, R&R Farm, and the Westchester Burger Co. food truck.
If you would like more information or are interested in participating in the Pelham Market please email Jane Sweeney at email@example.com
can you monitor/prevent dogs on the market sites? Dogs are not permitted in grocery stores, so why are they permitted in the middle of the aisles causing not only difficultymaneuvering becasue their rude owmers congragate with a collection of dogs repeatedly not to mention the obvious safety (dogs bite) , annoyance, germ issues (dogs sniff perople who may not appreciated being touched by a strange dog) and create obvious sanitation issues often right on the food tables,Why sis this allowed? Clearly their owners fonlt care about other people/safety/sanitation so pease either enforce this yourselves or get the local cops to be on site and do so. It’s rather disgusting to a lot of shoppers and vendors have complained.
Hello! I love the variety of vendors! Can you please update the hours on this page. When I went today I got there just before closing at 1pm, I thought I had another 30 mins!
Rachel Gianazza says
Would be nice if these people would take into consideration that people live in the building overlooking this so called farmers market. Loud music blasting for hours beginning before 10 am on weekends. Cars taking up all of the parking spaces in front of the building so we can’t Parke close and bring up our groceries and laundry. Loud children, dogs barking and horns honking. We work hard all week and would like to enjoy some peace on or weekend. Incredibly rude and inconsiderate. Move it elsewhere