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Welcome to the Williamsville Farmers Market

From the farmer's hand to yours!

Our market offers locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, fresh roasted coffee, specialty foods, homemade sausage, natural fed beef, organic chicken, eggs and shiitake mushrooms, local wine, cheese, fresh cut flowers, herbs, plants, maple products, honey and so much more!
Listen to live music while your children enjoy a storyteller who just may be your neighbor!

Featured Farmer

Bruce Muck

The Kernel
Wilson, NY
Read the interview

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.

Most Recent Articles

Dan Childs

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Featured Farmers | 0 comments

A natural entrepreneur, Dan Childs began selling wild blueberries he picked from the family farm in Humphry, NY and sold them door-to-door in South Buffalo at the tender age of six. Still as a youngster, Dan then developed a bicycle route in East Aurora selling summer squash he grew and also sold the surplus in front of Loblaw’s or the old East Aurora railroad station. Dan’s family had begun planting blueberries in the 1970’s at their farm, and in...

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Mrowka Farm

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in Featured Farmers | 0 comments

We’d like to extend a warm “Hello” to the Mrowka Farm family of Lockport, one of the market’s original farmers from day one in 2007, who sadly lost their cherry crop this year due to the unseasonable hot temperatures in March that were followed by yet another freeze. They’re unable to be with the Market this year, and we dearly miss them and look forward to their return next market season! The farm tractor in the distance was rumbling slowly...

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