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Greenmarket goes inside for winter

Proctors bustles as vendors set up indoor quarters

Folks shop local produce from Buhrmaster of Glenville at the Schenectady Greenmarket in Proctors. The market moved indoors this weekend for the winter season.
Photographer: Stacey Lauren-Kennedy
Folks shop local produce from Buhrmaster of Glenville at the Schenectady Greenmarket in Proctors. The market moved indoors this weekend for the winter season.
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Schenectady Greenmarket is right back where it started five years ago. The one-stop shop for groceries, take-away meals and artisan items returned to Proctors on Sunday morning, where it will stay until April. The market that sometimes features upward of 70 vendors moved from its spring and summer spot outside City Hall back indoors, just in time for the temperature to plunge into the low 40s. The annual move didn’t do much to diminish interest ...

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gina99
November 4, 2013
6:44 a.m.

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A great success for Downtown Schenectady. An example of people working together without City government "help". The more functions that can be taken out of dysfunctional City Hall the better.

irene58
November 4, 2013
5:07 p.m.

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Too bad there's so much construction right now. Visited Villa Italia from the west a couple of weeks ago, took me 45 minutes to get there once I crossed the bridge into Schenectady. Advise anyone else from points west to take 890 to Route 7, take the back way as if you're going to the mall, and head back down. What a nightmare.

irene58
November 4, 2013
5:08 p.m.

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Also would have been nice to include hours/days of operation in the article, for those unfamiliar.

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