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Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market

"Just steps from the historic town green
in a quintessential New England town" 

 June 9– October 17,   
Saturday 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Winter market: Bi-weekly

The Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market is a community gathering place.  Locals and visitors alike spend Saturday mornings learning something new, tapping their toes to music and enjoying the camaraderie and energy of a community devoted to local food and healthy, active living.

The market is just steps to the town green and the tree lined North, South, East and West Streets, of this walkable, historic Colonial town.  The town green is flanked by the Litchfield Historical Society and Tapping Reeve Museums, independent specialty shops, antiques, art galleries and a wide variety of restaurant options.


At the market, visitors will find about 20 local farm and food vendors as well as children’s activities, chef demonstrations, music, a free cookbook swap, and special events like visiting artists, book signings, gardening or other sustainable living presentations, photo ops with tractors, etc.

Shop for field-fresh fruits and vegetables; baked goods, pies and cider doughnuts; local jams, jellies, honey and maple syrup; grass-fed beef, pork and chicken; artisanal breads, goat cheese and cow cheese; local salsas and spreads; olive and grapeseed oils; goat milk soaps; seasonal plants and arrangements; and locally sourced lunch options.

Just a short walk or ride away are a wide variety of cultural and outdoor activities: antiques, art galleries, museums, hiking and biking trails, boating, swimming, state parks, pick your own farms.

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Community Table

The highest quality locally grown and procured ingredients to serve our community in a casual atmosphere.

March
Farm

A third generation family farm in the Litchfield hills  offering PYO strawberries, blueberries, peaches, and apples.