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11/19/2020 - Last Farmers' Market of the Season

Southbury Farmers' Market runs from June 18, 2020 until October 8, 2020 on Thursdays from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The market is located at the Town Hall Green, 501 Main Street South in SouthburyThe market has been extended through November 19th.

For details, including the list of vendors and recipes, please visit the website at, or you can follow Southbury Farmers' Market on Facebook

The Southbury Farmers’ Market is producer only; all vendors and farmers are directly involved with growing or producing the items that they are selling.

Covid-19 Rules   

  1. Vendors will be spread out all over the field to allow for plenty of room to wait in line if needed.
  2. We are striving for one way traffic flow, please enter and exit the market at marked locations.
  3. We are asking everyone to wear a mask, several of our vendors have health issues and are trying to keep doing their jobs and stay healthy at the same time and also observe social distances with vendors, waiting in line and other customers.
  4. Pre Orders and Contactless payment is accepted at many of our vendors.
  5. Vendors can again provide bags. If you choose to bring your own the vendor will ask you to bag your own purchase.
  6. Vendors are now low-touch or no-touch; in many cases you will not be able to enter their tents - you will tell them what you want and they will retrieve it for you.
  7. The situation is fluid and as regulations change we will update this list but for now we are so thankful to be able to open with the support of town government and health district.

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Event: Southbury Farmers' Market
Event Date: Every Thursday (6/18/2020-10/8/2020)
Event Time: 2:00-5:00pm NEW HOURS FOR NOVEMBER
Event Organizers: Town of Southbury, Planning Department (203) 262-0634 | Sara Blersch, Market Manager;
Event Location: Town Hall Green, 501 Main Street South, Southbury, CT

This project is funded in part through matching funds from the Connecticut Department of Agriculture through the Community Investment Act, P.A. 05-228.