WATERTOWN — The Watertown Farmers’ Market is returning with theme days for 2023. The Market takes place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sundays, from June 25 to October 8 at 690 Thomaston Rd.
The themes are as follows: June 25 is Celebrating Farmers and Family; July 9 is Pollinator Day-Plant a Native Garden; July 23 is Kids’ Day; August 6 is Artisans and Craftspeople; August 20 is Recycling and Repurpose; September 3 is Community Day - Local Shops, Businesses and Theaters; September 17 is Conservation, and October 1 is Kids’ Day - early Halloween.
Special guests will be attending during the theme days. More information to be announced.
Those interested in joining the Market or becoming a sponsor for one or more theme days may contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an application. There is a vendor fee to set up the vendor’s tent, table, displays and products.
Sponsors will have their logo or business name on press releases and their business will be featured at the information tent during their sponsored theme day.
Businesses are also encouraged (as a local business – no need to become a sponsor) to send any promotional materials they have to be included at the tent during the Market season.
The market is a Certified Market that is part of the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program through the State of Connecticut Department of Agriculture, ensuring that all produce is Connecticut grown and 90% of what each farmer is selling is grown by them.
The Market also accepts the coupons for the Farmers’ Market Nutrition Program (FMNP).
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