Talk about an early opening! The Wilton Farmers’ Market opens on Wed., May 5, and runs from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM in the Wilton Library Parking Lot. Don’t miss the early organic veggies from Ambler Farm, the award-winning pies and other baked goods from Michele’s Pies, and award-winning artisan breads from Wave Hill.
Opening day news from the Market Master, Sally Gemmill:
Farm-fresh produce, granola, fresh-baked breads and pies, handmade soaps and body products, and organic teas are just some of the offerings that will be available to those who come to the Wilton Farmers’ Market beginning Wednesday, May 5th, in the back parking lot at Wilton Library and continuing on Wednesdays until the end of October. We’ll have a wide assortment of locally grown fruits, vegetables, free range eggs, homemade jams, herbs, and fresh cut flowers from Killam & Bassette Farmstead, Ambler Farm and Schulze Farm. Other vendors include Wilton’s own Wave Hill Bread; Fork, Knife, Spoon Cooking; and Nod Hill Soaps; Duckylife Organic Teas; Calcutta Kitchens, Ola Granola; IzzyB’s Allergen Free Cupcakes; and award-winning Michelle’s Pies. We will let you know as additional vendors are added, so continue to come by and check us out or check the library website.
Sponsored by the Wilton Library and the Chamber of Commerce. 203-762-3950, Wilton Library, 137 Old Ridgefield Road, Wilton.