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Gramatan Village Visits PepsiCo's Farmers Market

Members of the Bronxville based non-profit are always on the move and this month is no different with a fun trip to a different farmers market at Pepsi Co. in Purchase.

 

The following article was submitted by Julie Daulton, Executive director of Gramatan Village in Bronxville.

The forecast called for rain, but it turned out to be the perfect day to visit the Farmers Market at PepsiCo in Purchase. 

Gramatan Village members bought the freshest produce straight from the farm, as well as, cheese and wonderful sweet treats. Part of the fun was speaking with the vendors who always have great cooking tips.

The Farmers Market at PepsiCo is co-sponsored by PepsiCo, Purchase College and FLIK.  Now managed by Bronxville’s own Mary Liz Mulligan, the market has been serving the community for three years and is open Wednesdays from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. through Nov. 14.

The visit ended with a stroll through the world renowned Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens.  All visitors are welcome to visit the gardens which feature works by such artists as Alexander Calder, Henry Moore and Louise Nevelson among others.

The Farmers Market @ PepsiCo is located at the Greenhouse at 800 Anderson Hill Road, Purchase, NY- 10577 on the grounds of PepsiCo World Headquarters.

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Gramatan Village is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide information and access to services, through collaborative community partnerships, to our older community members so that they may continue to live comfortably in their homes in the community they love. 

For more information, visit gramatanvillage.org or call 914-337-1338.

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