Saturdays 9:00 am – 2:00 pm at Ruby Dee Park on Library Green
1 Library Plaza, New Rochelle, NY 10801

Window Painting, Mask Making,
Boot Camp, Groove, Charles Hipser,
Treats, Fresh Food and more


Grand Market Cares:
Help Keep Our Neighbors Warm

New Rochelle’s Grand Market is supporting the Larchmont Newcomers’ Club’s annual Off the Hook fall coat drive, which collects coats for the New Rochelle Boys & Girls Club, New Rochelle CAP, Hope Community Services and the Mamaroneck Child Development Center.

We will host a coat collection box at the Market Manager’s table every Saturday through the end of October.

Those who bring a warm winter coat (or two!) to the Grand Market’s box are eligible to enter their name into raffle for a gift basket of Grand Market goodies. Each coat equals another opportunity to enter the raffle. Warm men’s coats sized XXL are especially needed.

This Week’s Market SCHEDULE:

9:00 am Market Opens
9:00 am – 2:00 pm FREE BID Games on the Lawn
10:00 am – 10:30 pm FREE Boot Camp with Pine Brook Fitness
10:00 am – 11:30 am FREE BID Family Day
Window Painting and Mask Making
11:00 am – 12:00 pm FREE BID Music – Groove
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm FREE BID Music – Charles Hipser
2:00 pm Market Closes


This Week’s Market VENDORS:

All You Can Pickle Small-batch, freshly-pickled vegetables (traditional cukes, beans, beets, carrots and radishes). A majority made from vegetables purchased from the Grand Market’s very own farmstands!
Cooperstown Cheese Company Artisanal Cheese
Luscious Little Dessert Company Lusciously Baked Pies, Cookies and Cakes, and bottled water
Migliorelli Farms Fresh from the Farm Produce & Orchard Fruits
Nitakula Socially-responsible business selling handmade treasures by Westchester local Melanie Reichler and artisans from Kenya. Wooden bowls, pet accessories, personal care products, candles and more.
R&R Produce Naturally Grown Vegetables, Orchard Fruits, Flowers and Mushrooms
Sweet Things & Wild Thyme Local Honey, Syrup and Body Products
Sweet Vibrations Foods All-vegan and many gluten-free baked goods. Vegan brownies, blondies, donuts, granola and rolls
Upstate Creations Goodies from many Catskills farms and small batch producers. Farm Raised Beef, Pork and Lamb, sausages, Artisan Cheeses, jams, nut butters and spreads, jerky, popcorn, brittles, chutney and more.
Walter’s Hot Dog Truck Famous Hot Dogs, Fries and More!
Yona’s Gourmet Delight Quiche, Pickles, Borakas, Brownies, Focaccia and ice-cold lemonade


Specialty Vendors:

Green Mountain Energy Renewable Energy for your Home
Community Tent Learn what’s going on in our community.
Artisan NR
  • Soap Seasons: Soaps and lotions
  • House of Jubbs: Crochetwork


10:00 am – 10:30 am
FREE Boot Camp – Pine Brook Fitness


The Studios at Pine Brook Fitness is offering a FREE 30 minute outdoor boot camp for New Rochelle Grand Market patrons. It’s a short but intense bodyweight workout for all.


10:00 am – 11:30 am
FREE BID Family Day
Window Painting and Mask Making

Family Fun Fall Festival I Window Painting & Mask Making

Families with children ages 8 – 12 years are invited to paint seasonal scenes for Halloween and Thanksgiving on the windows of downtown businesses, beginning at 10:00 am. A mask-making workshop geared for younger children will take place in Library Green, under the tents at the BID Grand Market. In the event of inclement weather, a rain makeup date will be available by calling 654-2116. Families must preregister in order to paint a window: email (654-2116).

This program is a BID Family Day, made possible by a partnership with the New Rochelle Downtown Business Improvement District (BID) in conjunction with the Library, City School District and Parks & Recreation.

11:00 am – 12:00 pm
FREE BID Music – Groove

Special music performance with Groove! Larchmont’s Groove Band, a Brooklyn-born, family-friendly music school ( will put its own spin and sparkle on its award-winning Music for Aardvarks song collection.

 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
FREE BID Music – Charles Hipser

Charles Hipser
Charles Hipser


Charles Hipser plays folk, ballads and blues. He is inspired by the folk music he heard in Greenwich Village in the early sixties. When asked about his music, Charles says, “I try to stay on the sunny side of life and I write humorous songs.”

FREE BID Games on the Lawn

Our lawn games are great fun for the whole family. And the kids can play while you shop for tasty and healthy food for your family’s table.

Market Manager’s Table

Swing by the market manager’s table and say Hi! Sign up for our email list, learn about upcoming events, pick up a coloring book for the kids and more!

NRPL Children’s Garden!

Located off of Lawton Street behind the library (we usually try to mark the way with signage and chalk arrows on the sidewalk), this shady oasis provides children an opportunity to plant a seedling, pick a radish or taste a fresh-off-the-vine sweet pea, under the friendly guidance of a dedicated children’s gardening specialist Jeanne-Marie Healy. A special project of the New Rochelle Public Library, the Children’s Garden is open weekly from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Vendors Wanted!

New Rochelle’s Grand Market is growing. We are looking to increase our fresh food, beverage, ready-to-eat and small-batch products. Some items we are particularly looking for:

-Savory pies, large quiches, empanadas and more (things people can buy at the market and pop in the oven for dinner that evening)


-Fresh fish

-European-style charcuterie

-Duck products

-Unique candies and chocolates (eg. goats milk chocolate, etc.)

-Curries and other interesting sauces

-homemade pastas

-on-site coffee, tea and fresh-pressed juices

-gourmet pet treats

-“Ready to eat offerings” that people can enjoy on-site (fresh sandwiches/salads, fruit cups, etc.)

-Anything else that is handmade, delicious, interesting and will add to the ambiance. Tell us about it!

The Grand Market is under new management and this is a great opportunity to join a small, but vibrant market positioned for growth in the coming years. Our fees are competitive and our accessible market staff is committed to supporting our independent NY-State vendors and farmers. Vendors must have proper knowledge of food-safety/preparation techniques, show appropriate certifications related to the product being sold, a customer-service mindset, an ability to tastefully merchandise their product and demonstrate professionalism in terms of attendance and communication (including during the application phase).  Please contact to discuss your interest and request an application. Serious inquiries only, please.