2021 Part-time Vendors
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ANNALYN JEWELRY – Unique, handmade, artisan jewelry. Made from beads, metal, glass and other beautiful materials. (June 2, 9, 13, 30 / July 21, 28/ Sept. 1)
BRETON FARMS – We are happy to welcome Dan and Barbara with their delicious pickles and pickled products. We are hoping they turn out to be a big “dill” at our market! (June 9, 23 / July 14, 28 / Aug. 11,25 / Sept. 8,15)
BITTER SWEET FARM – Tea lovers unite!! 30 different hand-crafted, small batch teas and farm grown dried herbs and spices. (June 2/ July 7/ Aug. 4/ Sept. 15)
FOR HIS GLORY – Beautiful, hand-crafted wood flower arrangements, made to last a lifetime. (June 2nd thru July 21st)
NEW CURDS ON THE BLOCK: WELCOME BACK CHEESE! New Curds is a cheesemonger, based here in the Nutmeg State! They travel the state to bring us the best artisan cheeses from Connecticut. Right now, we have them once a month, but we are hoping with your support we can bring them to you more regularly! So, come give into your cheese cravings! New Curds on the Block is sure to have, "The Right Stuff". (June 2 / July 7 / Aug. 4 / Sept. 15)
NOTEWORTHY CROCHET – New to our market this season. Hand-made blankets, scarves, unique children’s items and more! Special orders welcome! Makes a perfect gift. (June 23, 30/ July 7, 14, 28/ Aug. 4, 11)
Organic Vine – A young entrepreneur, Alexis brings her freshly grown, organic basil, peppers, tomatoes and wheat grass to our market. Their free-range, farm fresh eggs are sure to be a crowd pleaser. (June 2, 16, 30 / July 14, 28 / Aug. 4, 18 / Sept. 1, 15)
Rogue Bakery: Join us in welcoming Jen and her bakery to the market. Founded in 2020, after losing her job to COVID-19, Jen went "ROGUE" and started her business, bringing exceptional, from-scratch, baked goods to Southeastern CT.
SEACOAST ALPACAS: With around 30 alpacas bred and raised on their farm, Stone Bridge, Seacoast Alpaca carries a wonderful supply of yarn, roving, and fleece. They also sell wonderful, one of a kind, hats, scarves, dryer balls, mittens and more! (June 16 / July 14 / Sept. 15)
Six Paca Farm: Six Paca Farm's 60+ alpacas provide plenty of fiber which they spin at their semi-worsted mill. Items made from their fiber including yarn, roving, rug bumps, and hand-crafted items like scarves, shawls, mitts, hats, and baby sets. Handwoven rugs too! Come see them on opening day, June 2nd, and check back for more dates.