will add a new vendor as well as be the final stop on a bike tour of Queens’s outdoor markets this weekend.
The market, which opened for the season on July 8 in the traffic circle of , will gain a new vendor – Norwich Meadows Organic Farm – on July 22.
The farm, which is based out of Chenago County, will sell vegetables, chicken, eggs and berries.
At 9 a.m. on Sunday, a bike tour will begin at 9 a.m. at the Jackson Heights Greenmarket, where riders will have breakfast and learn about composting.
The next stop on the ride will be the Forest Hills Greenmarket, where participants will be able to learn about GrowNYC’s farmer development project.
The tour will end at Douglaston’s market, where riders will have lunch and then go for a swim in Douglaston Bay.
Helmets are required for all riders.
This year, the Douglaston Green Market’s other vendors include Suffolk County’s American Seafood, Ulster County’s Bread Alone Bakery, Cayuga County’s King Ferry Winery, Rockland County’s Orchards of Concklin, Suffolk County’s wine selling Castello di Borghese, Hartford County’s vegetable and baked goods seller Newgate Farms and Warren County, N.J.’s Nolasco’s Farm, which offers vegetables and Mexican specialty produce and herbs.
The market, which is located at 41st Avenue and 235th Street in Douglaston, is open every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The green market is operated by GrowNYC, a city nonprofit that runs the massive market at Union Square as well as numerous other sites across the five boroughs.
For more information, visit the Douglaston Greenmarket’s website.