If you’ve never been to the Weston farmers’ market, there are two new compelling reasons to stop in one Saturday between 9 am and noon: new vendors Judy Morris, a backyard chicken enthusiast and 17-year veteran of Martha Stewart Living, offers custom coops and advice on chicken keeping through her company Coop D’Etat; and Chef Jeff of Skinny Pines LLC, a portable brick oven caterer, is serving handmade pizza featuring locally grown toppings.
The market reopens on June 12 for its twenty-second year and is held at the Weston Historical Society at 104 Weston Road. Every week will offer something special for kids – arts and crafts, live animals, and a fire truck and baby chickens on opening day.
Coop D’Etat, custom coops and chicken keeping advice
Skinny Pines LLC, handmade, brick even pizzas featuring locally grown topping.
Wave Hill Bread, award-winning artisan bread
Walding Field Farm, organic greens, tomatoes and more
Warrup’s Farm, maple syrup, eggs and more
Jeremiah Farms, produce and plants
Michelin’as Bakery, baked goods and coffee
Aspetuck Apple Barn, apple cider donuts
Maureen Fay, fresh cut flowers
Anita Design, handmade linens, wine holders, etc.