What is summer without a farmers market? Make your way down to Old Greenwich to celebrate the summer with farm fresh produce, handmade jewelry, baked goods and more! The farmers market is the perfect place to go with the family, walk around, get food, and spend the afternoon together!
There are permanently weekly vendors and many other guest vendors that frequent the farmers market. The list includes:
Back 40 Farm from Washington, Connecticut. They sell 100% organically grown produce, flowers, and tea.
“Farmer Joe” of Smith’s Acres in Niantic, CT. They sell strawberries, green garlic, garlic scapes and many more seasonal vegetables.
Riverbank Farm from Roxbury. They sell certified organic vegetables, cut flowers, and prepared foods.
Moorefield Herb Farm from Trumbull, CT. They sell farm grown herbs, heirloom vegetables, perennials, annuals, and unique garden troughs and sculptures.
Sono Baking Company from Fairfield County. They sell baked goods such as distinctive artisan bread, pastries, cakes, and pies.
Truelove Farm from Morris, Connecticut. They sell natural, ethical, sustainable farm offerings: pork, beef, poultry, and eggs which are collected daily.
And so many more guest vendors who have a lot to offer with their specialty products!! The full list can be found on the Greenwich Free Press.
The best part about the old Greenwich farmer’s market is whatever doesn’t get sold during the afternoon is brought to Neighbor to Neighbor, a nonprofit organization, and donated to those who need it! Old Greenwich Farmer’s’ Market is held in the Presbyterian Church of Old Greenwich parking lot rain or shine every week on Wednesdays from 2:30 – 6:00 pm (through the end of October) and 2:00 – 5:00 pm (In November)! Make sure you make your way down for great food, fresh produce, jewelry, and a great community feel this summer! Or check them out in the fall!