LATEST NEWS! Now accepting applications for the 2018 season:
Don't miss out on joining the 5th annual Enfield Regional Farmers Market. The Market will begin on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 and run through Wednesday, October 10, 2018 and will be held at the Town Hall from 4:00 p.m. until dusk each week. There will be new vendors and plenty of parking. Come and enjoy live music and a visit from Faith the Goat. Farmers will have their latest summer harvest on display, bakery items from local bakers will be showcased along with local crafters, food trucks and community vendors.
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The goal of the Enfield Community & Farmers Market is to provide a variety of handcrafted and locally grown, harvested, and produced products that are made in the state of Connecticut. We want to connect area residents to enjoy local crafts, foodie specialties and produce to foster community while creating healthier eating habits to enhance the quality of life in Enfield and throughout area communities who visit us. This social gathering includes local bands thanks to Falcetti Music and area community organizations to foster a social gathering and interaction and to preserve Enfield’s unique artisans, bakers, and agricultural heritage by supporting local crafters and farmers.
Watch the Community & Farmers Market 2014 Video here
All you need is your own tent, table, display, chairs, tablecloth, fence, bale of hay, and a sign… if that's what you need. Please bring whatever you need to display your items, farm animals, food and more! Really, it's up to you. Tables and tents will not be provided so please plan ahead. There is no fee to display as a vendor each week. All we ask is that you set up one hour before we open at 4 p.m. Designated vendor parking and set up area is conveniently located next to the Freshwater Pond along North Main Street. Spaces will be marked off on the day of the event.
If you are selling or offering samples of prepared foods, please do not forget to display your Board of Health License or temporary food permit from North Central District Health Department (NCDHD). For more information or to obtain your temporary food permit, which takes a minimum of 2 weeks from application, please email Deb Caronna at the NCDHD or call her at 860-745-0383. For your convenience, a modified temporary food permit fee will be provided.