Here’s a sure sign that things are getting back to normal!
Beginning this Saturday (that’s May 8th), the New Canaan Farmers Market will return from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Lumberyard parking lot (244 Elm Street) adjacent to the New Canaan train station. The first 300 families to enter will receive a free sapling from Bartlett Tree Experts.
The Farmers Market will be open every Saturday through November, with plenty of free parking available. Many of the most popular vendors will be back, along with a host of new ones.
Still searching for that perfect Mother’s Day gift? There will be plenty of orchids, and many other greenhouse plants and flowers on sale.
You’ll also be able to select from oysters, clams, goat soap, jams, milk and yogurt, eggs, meats, bread and bakery items, coffee, mushrooms, fish, pet food, gourmet granola, prepared specialty foods, early-season greens, Kombucha, ice pops, pesto, mozzarella, and of course, knife sharpening!
Visit NewCanaanFarmersMarket.net for a list of all the farmers and vendors, You can also subscribe to the Farmers Market Newsletter for up-to-date information.
Masks will be required to enter the Farmers Market and all guests are asked to please maintain social distancing. Pre-registration is not required. After you park, enter through the designated Market entrance along the railroad fence. One-way arrows will be in place throughout the market. State health codes mean no pets will be allowed.
When you’re done shopping at the Farmers Market, visit downtown New Canaan for a bite to eat or more shopping!