The Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market opened for the season on May 30 at the Living Hope Community Church at 38 West End Avenue in Old Greenwich.
This summer, the farmer’s market takes place every Wednesday from 2:30-6:00 pm.
This week brought back many familiar vendors as well as new faces.
Classic rock tunes were played by the live band, “Deuces Child,” with many gathering around to listen. Live music is an integral part of the Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market and new groups and musicians are often featured, bringing about fresh new talent to be discovered.
Refreshing ice pops were also enjoyed by kids and adults alike, sold by Bees Knees Ice Pops, an all-natural and handcrafted popsicle company.
Empanadas on the Go was also a hit, where Greenwich local Jackie Mendive sells her artisanal empanadas that can be frozen and heated in the oven for an easy and yummy treat.
Ivy’s Gourmet granola also set up shop, selling an array of 14 different types of unique granola varieties.
Chef Gretchen Raymond’s shop was also impressive – and delicious – giving out samples of her homemade gumbo, jambalaya, paella, and guacamole.
If you’re looking for a place with fresh local produce, great gifts, dinner inspiration, a snack, or just want to hang out, be sure to check out the Old Greenwich Farmer’s Market!
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