sea cliff/glen cove market
Amy Peters, organizer of the Sea Cliff/Glen Cove Farmers Market; Wendy Rosow; and Glen Cove Councilman Gaitley Stevenson-Mathews. (Photo by Ed Shin)

The Sea Cliff/Glen Cove Winter Market‘s upcoming outdoor market will be held at a new location with a new name on June 5.

The market offers a selection of locally grown vegetables, eggs, freshly baked bread and sweets, honey, maple syrup, and other locally made goodies. All products are grown or produced on Long Island or by Long Islanders, mostly right in Nassau County.

All produce is grown using sustainable and chemical-free growing practices. The market also offers weekly guest craft/artist vendors. It operates safely under U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and New York State Covid-19 guidelines.

The current market, photographed below, is located on the first floor of the Village Square Apartments in downtown Glen Cove at 100 Village Square (on Bridge Street) on Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through April 24.

Beginning June 5, the market will be in a new location with a new name and a new time:

Deep Roots Farmers Market
Saturdays 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Rain or shine.
100 Garvies Point Rd., Glen Cove (Parking lot west of the Beacon Condos)

For more information, call 516-318-5487

Amy Peters with Jamie Balakin, owner of Spilt Milk Macrons, and Vittera Pellicano. (Photo by Ed Shin)
The indoor market ends on April 24. On June 5, the market will be in a new location and will be called Deep Roots Farmers Market. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Rebecca Sherr-Zuber, owner of Create Possibilities/Haiti Project. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Robin Baskins, owner of Robin Baskins Designs Sea Cliff. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Lsa Cotte LoMonaco, owner of Sparkle. (Photo by Ed Shin)
4 E Green Farm, located in Yaphank, grows mainly leafy greens and tuberous vegetables. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Customers and their dogs enjoying the day at the Seacliff/Glen Cove Farmers Market. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Alexis Perrotta, owner of Ugly Biscuit Baking company. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Casey James Timmins, owner of Casey’s Creations. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Errol Firestone, owner of Nikki’s Liquid Gold. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Kathy Scalzo, owner of Backyard Bees Wild Rose and Honey. (Photo by Ed Shin)
Glen Cove Councilman Gaitley Stevenson-Mathews and Naela Zeiden, owner of Naela’s Organics. (Photo by Ed Shin)

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