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Saturday, September 14, 2024 
(rain date Sunday, September 15)
10am - 4pm

Join us for our annual herb fair featuring a unique selection of finds for the home, table and garden. Enjoy fresh herbs, plants, gourmet foods and gifts, lovage soup,workshops, children's crafts and more. Stay tuned for updates on the extraordinary makers and artisans who will participate in this year's event!

149 Girdle Ridge Road
Katonah, NY 10536

$10 Admission Fee

Fair Highlights


Experience a diverse marketplace featuring fresh herbs, artisanal products, and herbal delights. Discover unique wares for the home, garden, and table, along with herb-infused gourmet foods.

Educational Workshops

Engage in demonstrations and hands-on workshops led by experts. Learn about herbs' versatility and their potential for enhancing health and creativity. 

Herb Table

Take in the bountiful Herb Table, expertly curated and featuring a selection of dried and fresh cut herbs including fragrant handmade items such as sachets, lavender wands and wreaths. 

Enriching Activities

Delight in family-friendly activities hosted by the Rye Arts Center, a community-based not-for-profit organization whose mission is to inspire interest in the arts.

Herbal Lunch | Baked Goods

Enjoy a delicious boxed lunch featuring local herbs for $22. Vegetarian and vegan options are available. Stay tuned for details on how to pre-order your lunch!

Also, baked goods are back! Prepared by Herb Society members using local herbs.

Lovage Soup

Enjoy the Herb Fair’s signature Lovage Soup made with potatoes, leeks and broth flavored with lovage, an aromatic herb resembling celery but stronger and sweeter. It will be served with focaccia by LMNOP Bakery.

Marketplace Participants

We are pleased to confirm the following makers and artisans will be a part of our diverse marketplace! Keep checking back as we will be updating the list as we get more participants.

Rosen House

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Rosen House is a work of living history. The Mediterranean-style House was built during the period between 1929 and 1939 by Walter Rosen, a Berlin-born, Harvard and New York School of Law-educated international banker specializing in railroads, and Lucie Bigelow Dodge Rosen, an independent, spirited, and highly intelligent member of a prominent New York City family.


Filled with examples of fine and decorative Asian and Renaissance art, the House offers a number of treasures, including complete 18th-century rooms, originally from private villas and chateaux in Italy, France, and England.

Enjoy FREE Rosen House Tours on Saturday, September 14 from 10am to 2pm. Also, there will be a formal tea hosted at the house from 2-4pm. Stay tuned for more details and to purchase tickets online!


Demonstrations & Workshops

Join us for an extensive program of demonstrations and workshops educating our guests on the many ways of using herbs. More details coming soon!

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