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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

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.

Julia Whitney Barnes


We are honored to welcome Julia Whitney Barnes to the Herb Fair & Market again this year. In addition to exhibiting her work at the Rosen House during the Fair, she will be selling her signed prints, signing her book, "Planting Utopia" and offering an exciting workshop. Tickets for the workshop can be purchased on Caramoor's website. Stay tuned for more details!

Julia Whitney Barnes is an artist living in the Hudson Valley who works in a variety of media from cyanotypes, watercolor, oil paintings, ceramic sculptures, murals, and site-specific installations. She has exhibited widely in the United States and internationally. She was awarded fellowships from New York State Council Arts, Arts Mid-Hudson, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Abbey Memorial Fund for Mural Painting/National Academy of Fine Arts, and the Gowanus Public Art Initiative, among others.

 The Rosen House at Caramoor

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Rosen House at Caramoor 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.


Afternoon Tea at The Rosen House

Afternoon Tea was one of the English traditions Lucie Rosen, founder of Caramoor, enjoyed during her time living in England in the early 1910s. She kept up the practice of inviting friends and guests to tea for many years, using the time for conversation and for planning concerts and other social events.

Tea is served in the Music Room, a unique opportunity for you to relax with friends and family in a breathtaking historic setting, featuring a large portrait of Lucie herself. The service includes a variety of tea sandwiches, scones with créme fraiche and preserves, delicious desserts, and a selection of fragrant teas.

Saturday, September 14

2 to 4pm

Stay tuned for more details and to purchase tickets online!



We have an exciting roster of presentations by renowned speakers this year! The presentations will take place under the speakers' tent and are open to anyone to enjoy and learn. Stay tuned for the final schedule including times!

Dawn Petter

Owner, Petalune Herbals

The Art of Herbal Medicine

Herbalism is the oldest form of medicine and every culture has its version. Discover how to incorporate culinary herbs and other botanicals into remedies and foods using a wide range of creative methods from this traditional approach. 

Image by Conscious Design

Jean-David Derreumaux

Medicinal Plant Grower, Churchtown Dairy

Yarrow and its Many Benefits

Jean-David currently grows medicinal plants on a 3-acre healing garden setting in the beautiful context of Churchtown Dairy. Aside from making its own
products, Churchtown Dairy provides high quality biodynamic plant material for several herbal companies and makes plant extracts for the Uriel pharmacy.

Image by Yoksel 🌿 Zok
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