CRAFTSBURY — The Craftsbury Farmers’ Market is gearing up its twentieth season.
Opening on May 22 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m., the market will run every Saturday until October 2.
Returning vendors will be offering locally produced food and crafts, and organizers say many new vendors this year will be offering products that have not been available at the market before.
“Our 2021 season is shaping up to be very exciting with a diversity of products including food from staples such as bread, eggs, cheese, maple syrup, to new offerings of meat pies, soft pretzels, hot sauces, popcorn, granola, rillettes, galettes, Poulet à la Moutarde, pastries, gluten-free baked goods, and pierogi,” Larry Bohen said in a release put out by the market.
Free family-friendly entertainment will take place every Saturday and special events throughout the season will set the stage for a fun experience for young and old on one of Vermont’s most stunning town greens.