The Windsor Town Center Farmers’ Market opens the season four weeks early, with the 2022 season running from April 2 to December 10.
The market is celebrating its highly anticipated seventh season on Pelissier Street and Maiden Lane and will host over 60 full and part-time food, food and craft vendors, as well as occasional vendors.
“This is what we see as the welcome gateway into the spring and summer season,” said market manager Steve Green. “The market was a much-loved event before the pandemic and has been a beacon of hope and recovery over the past two years. It’s a place where vendors and entrepreneurs have space to work and contribute, giving visitors and residents access to locally grown, farm-fresh produce.
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It operates every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and operates rain or shine.
“The Downtown Windsor Farmers’ Market has always been and always will be an integral part of the connection between town and farm, and a place where people are better informed and offer healthier food choices,” said the DWBIA President, Brian Yeomans. “That’s why we decided to extend the season from 33 to 37 weeks. The market is not only a wonderful place for community members to socialize, it is an important facet of downtown revitalization.