Norwalk Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market to Open Soon

Fairfield County’s newest indoor winter farmers’ market starts next Saturday, November 28, 2009 and runs from 10am to 2pm at 61-65 Wall Street in Norwalk.

Currently the vendors are:

Gazy Brothers Farm – Apples, pears, vegetables

Greenscapes – Plants, maple syrup, jams (made locally by The Herb Basket), honey

Goatboy Soaps – Goats milk soap and body products

Eagle Wood Farms – Beef, pork, eggs

A few other vendors are pending and I’ll post as new ones join the market. According to Market Manager Alexis Gazy from Gazy Brothers Farm, the market is part farmers’ market and part community event since they will have vendors that are not farmers. She is hoping that the market will continue outside in the summer season. There is no WIC certification for winter and some vendors have the capability take credit cards. It’s always a good idea to bring cash and reusable bags. Enjoy!

1 thought on “Norwalk Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market to Open Soon”

  1. Hi,
    If you can’t make it to Norwalk, then come to the indoor Winter Farmers’ Market in Fairfield at 70 Sanford St., next to the train station. There you will find hydroponic greens, pastries and Wave Hill Bread, vegetables, meat, goat milk soap, eggs, and more.
    Also, don’t forget the Blackbird Pie pies and other delights at both markets.
    Eat well.

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