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Morris 
Marketplace

"experience what it means to be
FARM FRESH"
 
June 14- October 25
     Sunday 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

If you’re looking to EXPERIENCE what it means to be FARM FRESH, you must treat yourself to The Morris Marketplace, happening every Sunday from 11am to 2pm at South Farms in Morris, Connecticut.  

 

The Morris Marketplace is not your typical farmers’ market, it’s a place for family and friends to relax and enjoy a real working farm and embrace the company of the area’s best local farmers, foodies, artisans, chefs, and musicians.  

 

Bring a picnic lunch to eat in the field overlooking grazing Belted-Galloway cattle, or enjoy prepared foods available during the market’s special celebrity chef cook-off events.  

 

Please check The Morris Marketplace’s website and Facebook pages often for current event and vendor information. 

 

 At the farm there are lots of fun events scheduled throughout the season such as tethered hot-air balloon rides, kid’s arts and crafts, axe-throwing demonstrations, hay-rides, festivals, and seasonal activities such as the on-site corn maze and sunflower walking trail.  If biking or going for a Sunday drive, South Farms’ historic “Sam Paletsky Dairy Barn” is a fantastic stop along Connecticut’s Historic Barn Trail.   

 

For weekend visitors to the Litchfield Hills and Connecticut locavores, The Morris Marketplace has become one of the areas most talked about must-do’s.  The Morris Marketplace is conveniently located near the intersection of Route 63 and 109 at South Farms in Morris (GPS: 21 Higbie Road, Morris, CT 06763), a 5-minute drive from the center of Litchfield and Route 8. 

 


 
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