Granby Farmers Market season comes to a close

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The Granby Farmers Market has officially concluded its first season, and what a success it was! The new project began in June, and took place at South Congregational church every Tuesday this summer. After an amazing opening day, the Granby Farmers Market became a place for the community to shop, gather, explore and have fun.
Many local businesses were featured at the market, having the opportunity to spread the word about their products, as well as promote healthy and local eating to the community. Some memorable vendors included Lost Acres Orchard, Sweet Wind Farm, Popover Bistro and Bakery, Lyric Hill Farm, Unique Soaps and Beading Adventure. All of these wonderful vendors are located in the Farmington Valley, truly making this a local market.
Danielle Sturgeon and Amanda Zyzdorf, local college students, were excited to bring a new farmer’s market to town after the previous one closed its doors. They hope that with the continued support of the community, this market will grow and become an even better success next season. With that said, contributions regarding market improvements are more than welcome.
Interested in becoming a vendor for the 2017 season? Interested in volunteering your talents and ideas? Email us at or send us a message on Facebook. We hope you had a fantastic time at the market, and we can’t wait to see you next season!