Connecticut’s Oldest Farmers Market Begins 2020 Season In Downtown Hartford
Hartford, Conn. – Connecticut’s oldest farmers market kicked off its 2020 season at Connecticut’s Old State House at 800 Main St., 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesdays and Fridays through October 30.
Due to COVID-19, Farmers Market staff and vendors will follow state guidelines. Masks are required to enter the Market. Hand sanitizer will be available for use at the entrance. Market shoppers and vendors will follow social distancing rules and abide by the guided one-way foot traffic through the Farmers Market.
The Old State House Farmers Market is a vibrant marketplace in downtown Hartford where local farmers and artisans come together with the community to share the best of what Connecticut has to offer, including high-quality Connecticut-grown products and Connecticut-made handcrafted goods. The public is invited to browse the market and support the vendors.
This year’s vendors include Killam and Bassette Farmstead, LLC, Beckett Farms, Granny’s Pie Factory, Pan de Oro Chip Co., Grateful Paw, Simply Jam, and Coltsville National Historic Park.
Located in historic downtown Hartford at 800 Main St., Connecticut’s Old State House served as a seat of government for the Constitution State from 1796 to 1878. For more information about Connecticut’s Old State House, virtual school programs, and upcoming online and in-person events, follow Connecticut’s Old State House on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and visit the museum’s website at ctoldstatehouse.org.