The beginning of May is Monday and it's the 40th season for one of the biggest farmer's markets in the Southtowns!
In a news release provided by Jamie Decker, Sr. Marketing Director for the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce, it was announced that the public is invited to a ribbon cutting to commemorate the 40th year for the popular Hamburg Farmer's Market!

The start of the season will take place Saturday,  May 6, 2017 at 11am in the Hamburg Village Municipal Parking Lot off Main/Union/Buffalo Streets.

The Chamber of Commerce recommends that if you are unfamiliar with the Village, use 35 Main St. as your destination, once you get there you can't miss them on your GPS.
The market includes some of the areas best produce and locally grown and raised products including honey from the very active spring bee season in Western New York and maple products from some of Hamburg and the surrounding area's producers.

After you visit the market in Hamburg, there are plenty of great shops and restaurants and taverns to enjoy in the village. For example, if you need a cup of coffee, there is Comfort Zone Café and Spot Coffee. If it's Mexican you prefer, The Coyote Café is within walking distance and for some great beers to sample, why not take a short trip down route 391 to Hamburg Brewing Company or an even closer sip can be had at Mason's, The Pour House or the super popular restaurant, The Grange.

Hamburg has rapidly become one of the best villages for walking and shopping with the redesign and overhaul of the Village Plaza!