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October 29, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New Rochelle BID
Urban Fresh Food Markets LLC
Downtown New Rochelle Gets a Winter Farmers Market
The Grand Market continues indoors through the winter on the first Saturday each month at the New Rochelle Library beginning November 2nd!
New Rochelle, NY, October 30, 2013 – The New Rochelle Downtown BID announced that its popular Saturday New Rochelle Downtown Grand Market will continue through the winter on the first Saturday of each month. Beginning Saturday November 2nd, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the market will move indoors to the Meeting Room adjacent to the Ossie Davis Theater at the New Rochelle Public Library. The Winter Grand Market will feature local farm fruit and produce, organic meats and eggs, baked goods and breads, mozzarella cheese and sandwiches, honeys and maple syrup and other specialty food and artisanal products.
Bo Kemp, Urban Fresh Food Markets, stated: “The popularity of the Grand Market has lead to requests from shoppers and vendors alike to continue it through the winter. With the help of the New Rochelle Public Library, the BID will be able to continue the market monthly indoors on the first Saturday of each month. Shoppers should check www.NewRochelleDowntown.com and subscribe to the Grand Market blog at www.NewRochelleGrandMarket.com for monthly updates on vendors and news about our winter market. Also you can follow us on Facebook.”
The Winter Grand Market will be open the first Saturday of each month from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Meeting Room of the New Rochelle Public Library which is immediately adjacent to Library Green, the outdoor home of the Grand Market. The winter market will be open the following Saturdays: November 2nd, December 7th, January 4th, February 1st, March 1st, April 5th and May 3rd. The Grand Market will again go outdoors weekly starting Saturday, May 31st.
The Winter Grand Market is sponsored by the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District (NRBID), Monroe College and Green Mountain Energy.
*The BID is compensating the public library for the use of its space