Located in beautiful Bidwell Parkway in the heart of the Elmwood Village, the Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market is considered by many to be the best market of its type in Western New York. In fact, Artvoice recognized the market in its most recent "Best of Buffalo" issue and, judging from the ever-increasing crowds, it's a sentiment shared by many.
The Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market is a producer-only market, meaning that all our vendors grow or produce what they sell themselves—absolutely no reselling is allowed. In this way, our patrons know they are dealing directly with source—no middlemen, no compromises. They also know they're helping to create a healthy and diverse local economy.
The Market is open every Saturday from mid-May to mid-December. Vendors are open for business from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.
In addition to the products available from our vendors, events ranging from musical entertainment to cooking demonstrations are scheduled throughout the year. For more information about upcoming events, see our Market Calendar.
• Check out our new EBFM video! Here's the link: www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQNYCwcN2mE
• *** OPENING DAY OF THE 2014 SEASON IS SATURDAY, MAY 10. HOURS ARE 8 A.M. THROUGH 1 P.M. THE MARKET CONTINUES EVERY SATURDAY, RAIN OR SHINE, THROUGH NOV. 29. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE ... AND BRING A FRIEND! ***
MARKET DATES: SATURDAY, MAY 10 - NOVEMBER 29, 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.
• During May & June 2014, we will be relocated to the east side of Elmwood Avenue, directly across the street from our usual location, while work is done to restore the lawn.
The Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market is proud to announce a partnership with The Wellness Institute of Greater Buffalo. Please visit their website at CreatingHealthyCommunities.org.
Vendors at the Elmwood-Bidwell Farmers Market are very special. Here's one you should get to know.
Jim Makowski has made maple syrup since he was a young boy. Since 1962 Jim and Linda have produced syrup on two oil fired 4 x 12 and 4 x 14 evaporators. They started making maple products like maple candy, cream and granulated maple in the early 1980s. Jim and Linda tap about 2,500 trees that are mostly on tubing. They have lived at the family farm since they were married and have carried on the tradition of syrup making since Jim’s grandfather started in the 1920s.
The maple syrup made by L&J Maple Syrup contains no fat or cholesterol. Their maple syrup is a natural product.