THE OLANA SUMMER MARKET


SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 | 10AM-5PM

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 | 10AM-4PM

Admission: Suggested donation of $5/person
All Ages

This year’s Olana Summer Market will return in August. Over 30 local artisans, music, and eateries will be parked on the picturesque Ridge Road at the Olana State Historic Site, the home and 250-acre landscape designed by 19th century Hudson River School painter Frederic Edwin Church. Come shop, picnic, relax & enjoy the views!

On-site shuttle service for visitors will be available at designated stopping points in parking areas, as well as the entrance and exit to the market. Ridge Road is a ½ mile path along natural, uneven terrain. Bringing good walking shoes and water are suggested. We will also be offering an extended scenic path to the market. For those who have mobility needs, we encourage them to call our ticketing and information desk at 518-751-0344 so we can assist them as they plan their visit.

The market will take place rain or shine. For weather updates, please check our website.

Vendor Applications for the 2019 Olana Summer Market are closed. To receive future updates and deadlines for next year’s Summer Market, please subscribe to our newsletter here. For further inquiries and questions, contact market@olana.org or call Liz Bouyea at 518-567-2170.

 


MAKERS


FOOD & BEVERAGE


MUSICIANS

 

Solar power generously donated by SunCommon.

 

 

 

We are in need of volunteers for the Summer Market. If you’re interested, please contact Margot Isaacs by email or phone at 518-751-6857.

 
WHAT ELSE IS HAPPENING THIS WEEKEND…
 
Sunday, August 25 at 9 AM, join Stephanie Fischer for Yoga of the Earth, a monthly yoga practice imaged in the beauty of Frederic Church’s expansive Hudson River views.
 
The house is open for all regularly scheduled house tours. We strongly recommend booking in advance, as tickets are limited.
 
Also open to the public is the Hudson River Skywalk, a new scenic walkway across the Rip Van Winkle Bridge that connects the homes of the major Hudson River School artists, Thomas Cole and Frederic Church. Learn more and view the map here.