Welcome to the Williamsville Farmers Market


From the farmer’s hand to yours!

Our market offers local-only products including fresh fruits and vegetables; baked goods; fresh roasted coffee and spirits; specialty food and artisan goods; fresh cut flowers and more. In addition, customers and their children can enjoy live music and storytelling every week — and who knows, the storyteller might just be your neighbor!

What’s at the Market?

Alpaca wool products, cocoa, chai, wine, fruit, veggies, pie, frozen organic baby food, bread, bagels, granola, goat’s milk and cheese, eggs, blueberries, soap, doughnuts, beef, chicken, pork, lamb, sausage, garlic, mushrooms, potatoes, coffee, cookies, pizzelles, cupcakes, jams and jellies, fudge, dried pasta, frozen ravioli, jarred sauce, greenhouse plants, flowers, baked goods, popcorn, grains, dog treats.


Every Saturday
May 18 through October 26
Saturday Mornings at 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
Rain or Shine!
Amherst Town Hall Lot
5583 Main Street
Williamsville, NY 14221

Featured Farmers

Senek Farms

We spent some time out at Senek Farms in Ransomville. Senek is a 4th generation farm and has been around since 1922. You might be surprised to learn that currently, Senek is a women-owned and operated farm, which is very cool! When we visit our farms, we always notice...

The Green Heron Growers

Mushrooms are a quirky vegetable. You find them growing in your lawn, and on trees and logs in the woods. Did you ever wonder how farmers grow them? It’s certainly an interesting process and probably not what you expect. We visited Green Heron Growers and talked to...

Becker Farms and Vizcarra Vineyards

The Vizcarra family, owners of Becker Farms and Vizcarra Vineyards, embraces Mother Nature and they want everyone else to embrace it with the same passion as they do. Their fruit and vegetable farm and vineyard is a big place — 340 acres to be exact. And...

Stymus 2

We revisited the Stymus farm in late July to see what was growing in their expansive fields. There were some of the earlier July crops that were still being rotated in, but what we saw this time was different.The crops that were in the cold frame tunnels...

A Day With The Kernel

We spent a beautiful August afternoon at the farm with patriarch Bruce Muck. He raises popcorn, garlic, soybeans, field corn, and alfalfa hay for the herd of beef cattle. Bruce has been at this location since 1970. The present farm is 325 acres. He showed us his...

Summertime Blooms Farm

When you visit the Williamsville Farmers Market, the kaleidoscope of colors you see from produce to flowers to artisan wares, will surely leave an impression with you. The Summertime Blooms stand at the Market is a like a life-size flower arrangement, full of...

Seabert Farms

It’s hard to miss Seabert Farms at the Market. They have an expansive table, manned by the owner himself, Ken Seabert. Seabert Farms is a 4th generation farm located in the town of Cambria, NY. For over 100 years, the Seabert family has been farming their...

Stymus Farms

We took a drive out to Stymus Farms on a cloudy day in late June to talk with Ed Stymus and his grandsons Trevor and Cody. The Stymus’ have been farming their land since the 1920's and are now in their 4th generation of farming.The rain was falling on and...

Most Recent Articles

2018 Season Ends

The 2018 season for the Williamsville Farmers Market has ended. be sure to follow our Facebook page in the off season. We'd like to thank all our patrons who supported the Market's farmers and artisans this past season. The Market will re-open in mid-May 2019.

Williamsville Farmers Market to open 2018 Season

The Williamsville Farmers Market will officially open its 2018 season on Saturday, May 19th. The Market will continue to run every Saturday between 8:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m., rain or shine, from May 19 through October 27th at its new location, Amherst Town Hall Lot,...

Market Featured in Buffalo News Op-Ed

Our very own Farmers Market was featured in The Buffalo News, when contributor Shannon Traphagen wrote in regarding her collective experience of visiting the Market. Read the full article here: Farmers’ markets offer a chance to eat healthy