This Week — November 28, 2021

This Sunday is the beginning of Brighton Farmers’ Market’s Late Season. We remain outside at Brighton High School with new hours of 10 am to noon. This schedule continues through December 19 for lots of good holiday shopping and feasting. The Market will close January through March and will reopen in April. Details will be at and on Facebook and Instagram.

Mask and Safety Update

If you are not fully vaccinated, masks must be worn, and social distancing maintained. If you are fully vaccinated, masks are voluntary, although welcomed.

EBT/SNAP Bonus Program

Brighton Farmers’ Market is pleased to offer SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) customers the opportunity to purchase tokens using their SNAP benefits, which can be used to buy SNAP eligible foods at the Market. Any SNAP customer who purchases $5 in tokens with SNAP benefits will also receive a bonus $2 FreshConnect Check to purchase eligible Market products. 

Vendors This Week

BeeWild Honey Company

  • raw honey 

R&M Bischoping

  • vegetables, seasonal honeys, honeycomb, handmade artisan soaps

Brian’s Kitchen

  • a variety of cookies including traditional and gluten free/vegan, granola bars, and chocolate fudge
  • SNAP and FMNP/WIC customers email to preorder.

Clearview Farm

  • certified organic heirloom pears, baby turnips and greens, broccoli raab, grass grown and finished Angus beef

East Hill Creamery,, or 585 237-3622

  • four varieties of cheese, plus Smoked Underpass cheese, cheese dips (Bavarian beer, spicy Mexican, caramelized onion), eggs

Fellenz Family Farm

  • certified organic vegetables
  • Please pre-order or reserve by emailing

First Light Creamery

  • sheep yogurt, goat yogurt, chevre, Hudson Valley Camembert, Ewe’s Blue Wedges, Three-Milk Gouda, Je T’Aime cheeses

Fisher Hill Farm

  •  vegetables, chicken, eggs 

Flour City Bread (new location by the entrance to the parking lot)

  • artisanal breads, pastries, and fresh wood-fired pizza

Flour City Pasta

  • artisanal dried pastas

Growing Family Farms

  • certified organic vegetables, Singer Farm Naturals tart cherry juice, organic hemp CBD products

Impact Earth

  • compost bucket swap service plus zero waste lifestyle products

JonJohn’s Bakery
email or phone/text 585-750-4244

  • grilled cheese sandwiches, blueberry bran muffins, Pride cookies, mom’s mac & cheese, vegan pumpkin chocolate chip cake, vegan lemon blueberry cake, no-gluten vegan pumpkin chocolate chip cake, peanut butter balls, chocolate dipped bourbon balls, oatmeal cranberry and chocolate chip cookies, brownie muffins, lemon blueberry blackberry raspberry cake, monster brownies, beyond chocolate cake, pumpkin chocolate chip muffins, lemon dream cake, blueberry muffins, mixed berry muffins, lemon blueberry cake, grandma’s breakfast cake
  • pre-order online at, 585 750-4244. Place your order online and pick up at the market.

Lagoner Farms

  • apples, vegetables

Lakestone Family Farm

  • whole chickens and chicken pieces, eggs

Lavender Moon Herb Gardens or email 

  • all natural wreaths. Please preorder traditional products; weather may not allow for normal display.
  • Please pre-order for more extensive product inventory. If ordering on website please select option for pick up at the market.
  • Orders may also be left on shop phone at 585-624-4220 along with your email; you will be billed directly and be able to pay with credit or debit card.

Lighthouse Gardens

  • certified organic green and scarlet kale, carrots of all colors, parsnips, fennel, cherry tomatoes, green tomatoes, sweet Italian frying peppers, bell peppers, garlic, radishes (French breakfast, daikon, and black Spanish),  kohlrabi, white and purple scallions, Tendersweet cabbage, rutabaga, celeriac, red French fingerling potatoes, bunched herbs including chives, rosemary, cilantro, and French tarragon, certified organic herb plants and bay laurel; also succulents in pots, planters, and hanging baskets and organic potting soil

Marty’s Meats

  • breakfast sandwiches (made with Fisher Hill Farm eggs): egg & cheese; bacon, egg, & cheese; chorizo, egg, and cheese; Marty’s smoked brisket, egg, & cheese; Overhand special; spicy chicken

Noto Fruit Farm

  • apples, fresh apple cider

Seaway Trail Honey or 585-820-6619

  • gift-giving variety/sampler packs, seasonal, local, raw honey: spring, early summer, summer, late summer, fall; apple blossom honey; some naturally crystallized honey; honeycombs in all sizes; cute seasonal mini honey bears; infused honeys (lavender, ginger, rosemary, red pepper, cinnamon, cocoa, rose petal, chamomile, cranberry, blueberry, and new lemon infused), specialty bottles (violins, gingerbreadmen, honeycomb in honey), and gift packs. All honey (including infused) Certified Kosher. Beeswax candles (turkeys, pinecones, mushrooms) and blocks. 
  • To order in advance or if looking for a particular season or size contact Pat at 585-820-6619, or visit NYHoney.Buzz

Smugtown Mushrooms

  • fresh mushrooms, mushroom grow kits,  and other cultivation supplies

Wohlschlegel’s Naples Maple Farm

  • 250 ml amber maple syrup in glass maple leaf bottles, traditional maple cream spread for the holidays, maple fudge, maple mustard; bourbon barrel aged maple syrup; bourbon barrel aged coffee infused maple syrup; huckleberry infused maple syrup; maple BBQ sauce; maple fudge; maple cotton candy; maple coated almonds, cashews, pecans; traditional, cinnamon, and raspberry maple cream spread; pure NYS maple syrup (golden, amber, dark, very dark); granulated maple sugar; maple garlic rub; maple coffee and tea; wheat free oatmeal maple dog treats; soft and hard sugar candy
  • Please write Pickup @ Brighton in NOTES box. Please order by Saturday afternoon.

See you Sunday!