Farmers’ markets in Fairfield County, CT will begin opening in May and early June and we will update the listings below (from 2016) with 2017 information as it becomes available. Here are the markets updated so far via our friends at Fairfield Green Food Guide.
- New Canaan opened April 22
- Shelton opens May 6
- Norwalk Rainbow Plaza opens May 17
- Westport opens May 18
- Greenwich @ Arch & Horseneck Streets opens on May 20
- Fairfield’s downtown market that launched last year opens June 11
See complete details for these and other markets in the listings below.
Bethel Community Market (updated for 2016)
This market opened in July 2011 thanks to the work of Bethel First Selectman Matthew Knickerbocker. The original Bethel farmers’ market is one of the oldest in the state and is listed below.
Thursdays from 4-7 pm
Front lawn of the Clifford J. Hurgin Municipal Center, 1 School St , Bethel , CT 06801
Bethel Farmers’ Market (updated for 2016)
The Bethel Farmers’ Market is one of the oldest markets in the state of Connecticut. It was started over three decades ago by a group of farmers, most of whom still participate in the market. The market offers shoppers a wide range of products to choose from – beautiful plants, fruits and vegetables, soap and body products, baked goods, meats, eggs, handmade granola and awesome prepared foods. All of the vendors are located within 50 miles of Bethel, making it a truly local food experience.
June 18 – Saturday before Thanksgiving
67 Stony Hill Rd., Rte. 6, Fairfield County Extension Service Building
Read the complete listing at Fairfield Green Food Guide.