DJDC Winter Market Runs Through Jan. 31

The Downtown Jamestown Winter Market will remain in the Dr. Lillian Vitanza Ney Renaissance Center on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Jan. 31.

Those who shop at the winter market have been receiving free produce with every purchase. For every $5 produce purchase, every customer will receive a $1 coupon to purchase additional product. Coupons will be distributed upon checkout and may be used the same day or for future purchases. There is no limit to the number of coupons distributed.

“This is a great program we are able to offer with the support of the Chautauqua Region Community Foundation,” said Tiffani Conti, DJDC special projects manager. “We are proud to offer such great incentive programs for our customers. We understand how important eating fresh fruits and vegetables are and this is one small way we can assist in purchasing those items locally. The market will continue to operate through January 31 and we encourage everyone to shop local. “

Both participating farms, Busti Cider Mill and Farm Market and Small Meadows Farm, have an array of fresh produce that is currently being grown in winter greenhouses. Available produce includes apples, brussel sprouts, collards, kale, peppers, lettuce, arugula, salad mix, eggplant, tomatoes, leeks, rutabaga, parsnips, cabbage, onions, shallots, winter squash, potatoes, carrots, pea shoots, and garlic. Fresh, local eggs, cheese, goat milk fudge, cob popcorn, home-ground flours, dry beans, and fresh-frozen meat including roasting chickens, goat meat, and pork are also available.

Metered parking is available along Foundry Alley and in the parking lot behind the Renaissance Center. Free parking is available in front of the Renaissance Center.

Market vendors include:

Busti Cider Mill and Farm Market with fresh vegetables, apples, jams and jellies, maple products, local honey, fresh ground flours that include whole wheat, rye, buckwheat and corn meal, bakery items and apple cider when available.

Calligraphy by Kathleen with handmade calligraphy poetry, cards, signs, and keepsakes.

Creations by Sally & George with hand-painted bottles with lights, glassware, mailboxes and wood Christmas and welcome signs.

Dun Roving Farm Alpaca Store, featuring handmade and commercial alpaca and alpaca blend products including socks, hats, mittens, scarves, gloves, vest, shawls, blankets, yarn and knitting needles, felted soap, roving to spin and raw fleece.

Infusions, LLC, featuring gourmet extra virgin olive oils and aged balsamic vinegars infused with flavorings and mistos for spraying olive oils and pour spouts for bottles. Gift baskets with variety packs will be available. Twenty-five flavors available with spices, herbs, fruits both organic and traditional. There is also an online store that ships across the United States.

Lady of the Lake, featuring hand-crafted beach glass jewelry and art work, candles, candle holders, soaps and lotions and dream catchers.

Small Meadows Farm, with locally grown produce, eggs, organic homemade goat milk soap, frozen meats and cheese.

Wires by Juanita, which has hand-crafted wire sculpture jewelry using sterling silver, 14K rolled gold, and copper wire including rings, pendants, necklaces, and earrings with precious, semi-precious and gem stones.

For more information, visit or call 664-2477.