The Dolgeville Farmers Market takes place on Saturdays from 9:00am until 1:00pm in Plowe Park located at 56 S. Main Street in Dolgeville, Herkimer County, NY.
Welcome to Dolgeville, NY
Dolgeville is located in both Herkimer and Fulton counties. Located in the lands of the Haudenosaunee, the area was first settled by Europeans in 1794 when Samuel Low constructed two mills–a saw mill and a grist mill.
Located along the banks of the East Canada Creek, the village was first named Green’s Bridge after a settler named green built a bridge over the creek. It was renamed to Brockett’s Bridge in 1826 and would petition the government to be renamed to Dolgeville after Alfred Dolge in 1881. The village was incorporated in 1891.
Dolgeville Forward, Inc. is proud to act as the official sponsor of the Dolgeville Farmers’ Market. This means that our organization is responsible for all aspects of the Market as governed by the New York State Department of Ag and Markets with support from Herkimer County Cornell Cooperative Extension.
You can find more farmers markets bear you at Mohawk Valley Today Farmers Markets!