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Farmers’ Market



Your EBT/Food Stamp/SNAP card is welcome at a farmers’ market near you, making it simple to bring home nutritious food. From just-picked produce to wholesome meat, dairy, and bread products, you’ll find it all at your local farmer’s market. To learn how the program works, step by step, click here

Active People Healthy Wayne a Program of Finger Lakes Community Action

Lyons, Sodus, Newark, and Wolcott Farmers’ Markets sponsored by Active People Healthy Wayne a Program of Finger Lakes Community Action Creating Healthy Schools and Communities.  Supporting healthy Wayne County communities by providing better access to locally sourced, nutritious foods and physical activities.

Lyons Farmers’ Market

70 William Street, Lyons NY 14489

(315) 882-1521


Lyons Farmer’s Market on Facebook

Opens Saturday June 17th 8am-12pm

Sodus Farmers’ Market

58 W Main Street Sodus, NY 1455



Sodus Farmers’ Market on Facebook

Opens Wednesday June 14th 2:30pm-6pm


Newark Farmers’ Market

100 Church Street Newark, NY 14513



Newark Farmers’ Market on Facebook

Opens Thursday June 15th 4pm-7pm


Wolcott Area Farmers’ Market

6019 New Hartford Street Wolcott, NY 14590



Wolcott Area Farmers’ Market on Facebook

Opens Wednesday May 25th 1pm-6pm

Other Farmers’ Markets in Wayne County Active in 2023

Palmyra Farmers’ Market

Walworth Farmers’ Market

Marion Farmers’ Market

Nonactive Wayne County, NY Farmers’ Markets in 2023

Clyde, Macedon, Ontario, Williamson, North Rose, Red Creek, Rose

If you wish to add your Wayne County, NY Farmers’ Market information to this page, or to update information, please contact [email protected]

Active People Healthy Wayne is funded by the New York State Department of Health Grant, Creating Healthy Schools and Communities (CHSC). CHSC establishes and supports sustainable healthy communities as places where it is easier to practice healthy behaviors. Grantees work within high-need communities, engage a variety of partners and decision-makers, and develop and execute a comprehensive implementation plan in local catchment areas including cities, towns, reservations, and neighborhoods. The Department of Health (DOH) has defined five regions (Western, Central, Capital, Metropolitan Area, and New York City) and identified eligible communities in these regions. Communities are eligible when 40% or more of their population is not non-Hispanic White and/or where the percent of people living in high-need block groups is above the regional mean. Grant goals include, but are not limited to: Implementing food service guidelines (FSGs) with worksites (e.g., hospitals, universities/colleges, private workplaces, and state, local and tribal government facilities), and community settings (e.g., parks, stadiums, buildings/areas where community organizations meet), in multiple venues (e.g., cafeterias, cafés, grills, snack bars, concession stands, vending machines) to increase the availability of healthy foods. FSGs are specific food and nutrition standards and sustainability standards for food service operations that can be used to create a food environment that makes healthier choices easier for consumers.