The Hub (new name coming) Location: 46 Pratt St. (across from Fire House, at the foot of the bridge) Time: 8:30 am - 12:00 noon Dates: Every Sat. July 16 - Oct. 22 Grand Opening: July 16, 2016
Market Open Rain or Shine
New 2016 location
ARC provides the market manager for the Farmers' Market. ARC website Join the fun! Fresh Connecticut-grown produce Specialty foods Unique luncheons Arts and Crafts Community booths Entertainment programs Healthy eating!
The Market offers four types of vendors for shoppers:
Farmers - providing farm-fresh produce
Specialty Food Vendors - featuring products such as heirloom tomatoes, cheese, eggs or honey
On-site Food Preparation - such as “lunch on the go” booths and guest restaurants
Non-Food Vendors - including local craftsmen offering items such as jewelry, cut and silk flowers, homemade crafts and clothing.
Ripe produce is harvested and then sold at the Market that day, providing an exceptional garden-fresh taste. Shoppers will find a variety of fruits and vegetables grown for flavor and have the opportunity to meet the farmers, perhaps discussing with them the growing conditions or special cooking recipes. And buying from Connecticut farmers also helps our state’s economy. Specialty food items at the Arc Eatery. Entertainment for special events Ample free parking is available. Each week at the Market will be a new experience. Food booths often with varying ethnic flavors, different community groups, and new entertainment will be just a few of the features.
ALL FARMER ITEMS ARE CONNECTICUT GROWN OR PRODUCED!
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