Final Day of Greenwich Farmers Market is Saturday, Nov 18

The last day of the seasonal Greenwich Farmers Market in Horseneck Lot (off exit 3 of 95) is Saturday, Nov 18. The hours are 9:30am until 1:00pm. Stock up on all the fresh product you need for your Thanksgiving feast. The Greenwich Farmers Market has been in existence for over 30 years. Parking is free during market hours. This year, the Greenwich Farmers Market welcomed a new vendor. Sleepy Hollow Farm, based in Southington, offers a variety of both beef and pork, as well as chicken eggs.

Victoria from Sankow’s Beaver Brook Farm with Nancy Moore from Moorefield Herb Farm at the Saturday Greenwich Farmers Market in Horseneck Lot Photo: Leslie Yager

Tim Topi, owner of Wave Hill Breads, at the Greenwich Farmers Market, where his presence is new in 2021. Residents were already familiar with his artisan micro-bakery breads from Whole Foods or from the Wave Hill bakery in Norwalk.

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Judy Waldeyer, the Greenwich Farmer’s Market manager, rings the opening bell at 9:30am. Credit: Leslie Yager

Greenwich Farmers Market Vendors

BeforeandAfterFarms (Oui Charcuterie) – dried sausages and pork products

Farming 101, Newtown, CT – heirloom tomatoes

The Herb Basket– jams, Sugar Maple Farms Honey, preserves, gift boxes

Moorefield Herb Farm, Shelton, CT – herbs, succulents, plants

Oronoque Farms Bakery– pies, cider donuts – “Voted best apple and apple crumb pie for the State of Connecticut by Connecticut Magazine”

The Local Catch – fresh Seafood and shellfish

Riverbank Farm – certified organic produce and prepared foods

Sankow’s Beaver Brook Farm– lamb, chicken, cheese, prepared foods, eggs

Seacoast Mushrooms–  mushrooms to suit every palate and recipe

Smith Acres Farm– fresh produce

Two Guys from Woodbridge – salad greens, microgreens, edible flowers

Tim Topi, owner of Wave Hill Breads.

Wave Hill Breads– Award winning hand-crafted artisan breads

Woodland Farmseasonal peaches, plums, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, donut peaches, nectarines Please wait at the entrance until the “opening bell” to let the farmers set up. Pets are not allowed in the market.

See also: Wave Hill Breads Joins Greenwich Farmers Market on Saturdays

Greenwich Farmers Market in Horseneck Lot is “jobber-free,” meaning each product can be traced directly back to its source in Connecticut.