WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. The indoors farmers market was held at the Westchester County Center Sunday.
Twenty-five vendors sold everything from hard cider to pickles and area residents enjoyed free samples before they made their purchases.
Gabriella Barbiero from White Plains bought two bottles of Doc's Draft Hard cider from Joe Sullivan, a vendor representing Warwick Valley Winery in Warwick, N.Y. "Warwick Valley is where the apple picking is all year," Barbiero said.
Buchanan resident Lisa Foster purchased organic roasted nuts and said, "I love these farmers markets. I go all summer and look for the indoor ones in winter. I know some of the vendors."
Jennifer Convissor of Brooklyn, who was eating a chocolate explosion pastry, checked out some of the half sour pickles. "My favorite pickle place in Brooklyn moved so I'm glad to find these," she said. "I think the vendors are very generous."
Two guitarists, Geoff Hartwell and Andrew Bordeaux, performed on a stage throughout the day.The indoor farmers market was sponsored by the Westchester County Parks Department, which holds indoor markets once a month in the winter and outdoor markets once a month at Muscoot Farm in Somers in the warm weather months.
Beth Bricker, recreation director of the parks department, said 750 people would attend the event Sunday, which ran from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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