Judy Waldeyer

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Greenwich Farmers Market to Open for 2020 Season with Strict Safety Protocols

Last week Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont ruled that towns will be allowed to open their marinas for personal use, making boaters happy. Some more good news for Greenwich residents is on the way. The State has declared that farmers markets are to be considered
“Essential Businesses” and therefore can remain open. The Greenwich Farmers Market in the Horseneck lot by exit 3 of I-95 will open for the season on May 16 at its regular time of 9:30am. Expect to see market manager Judy Waldeyer, in a face mask and gloves, ring the opening bell at 9:30am. Continue Reading →

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Roses for Autism: From an Abandoned Farm, to Providing Valuable Work Experience for Adults with Autism

Debbie Steele of Roses for Autism at the Greenwich Farmers Market

Stop by the Roses for Autism stall at the Greenwich Farmers Market. not only will you help support a valuable work experience for adults with autism, but the flowers are grown locally and last a long time. The roses last a week, and both the lilies and Gerbera daisies can last two weeks. Continue Reading →

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