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Well Folks, it certainly rained on our parade last Saturday, but that didn’t stop us! It was a lovely day at 1010 State and we hope to share the coming weeks with you. Stay tuned for weekly updates and events! See you, and the sunshine, this Saturday!
Each week the market team is dedicated to hosting a collaborative community event. THIS WEEK join the Market team as we fill our empty garden beds with fruits, vegetables and herbs! We’ll be getting our hands dirty from 10am-11am. Grab your gardening gloves and dive right in!
Chestnut Fine Foods (New Haven, CT): Local bread, cheeses and milk as well as delicious treats for market guests every week! Have a breakfast sandwich, french knot or Meadow Stone Farm goat cheese in assorted flavors! Smyth’s Trinity Milk in reusable bottles (Whole, Skim, and Chocolate)!! Four types of yogurt AAAAAND a variety of salsas, granola and pasta from week to week. Whew.
Common Sense Health Products (Northford, CT): Christine is an independent distributor of Shaklee health products. Shaklee is the number one Natural Nutrition Company in the country. Their products include nutritional supplements, non-toxic home care products, healthy weight management products, high performance water filters and so much more! Stop by the Shaklee table to see what Christine has to offer this week.
Eaglewood Farms (Barkhamsted, CT): For our carnivorous friends sustainable and local meat! Andouille, brats, pork butt and shoulder, chorizo, mouth-watering bacon and more.
Flowers From the Farm (Hamden, CT): Hanging lettuce baskets found here! Just snip some lettuce leaves and enjoy, then let it grow into your next super fresh salad. TA-DA! Or you can toss together your favorite loose leaf types for a colorful and healthy mix. You’ll also find strawberries, rhubarb, sugar snap peas, honey, and/or maple syrup.
Goatville Cyclesmith (New Haven, CT): The king of bike repairs and restoration. Tune-ups and bike, trike and unicycle(?) advice for days!
Killam & Bassette Farmstead (South Glastonbury, CT): Quality produce grown by (and for) quality folks. Strawberries, kale, spinach, lettuce, radishes, asparagus all grown using Integrated Pest Management techniques. A wide variety of excellent jams! Applesauce, relish (made from produce on the farm) plus eggs from happy chickens.
Lilybelle Soaps (Hamden, CT): Hand-crafted soaps in exotic and delectable scent combinations. Each bar includes at least one local ingredient such as CT cream, milk, or honey. They make a great gift for you or a friend!
Lulu’s Baked Goods (Woodbridge, CT): Whoever said cookies were bad for breakfast were wrong-o! Introducing Lulu’s breakfast cookie with oats, whole wheat flour, raisins, peanut butter, etc. (YUMMM!) Cookies, pies, and an assortment of baked goods, all made from scratch, that will certainly satisfy your sweet tooth. P.S. Ginger snaps. That is all.
Smith Acre’s (Niantic, CT): What an diverse spread from Smith Acre’s! So many wonderful SEEDLINGS, a wide range of herb and vegetable options. Strawberries, beets (red and orange), cherry sun gold tomatoes (like nature’s candy), garlic scapes, radishes mesclun mix, lettuce and fiddleheads!?!?
JUNE 16TH - Father’s Day is on Sunday, June 17th! We have tons of art supplies to make cards for dad, stop by and whip up something handmade for your pop!
JUNE 23RD - SlowFood Shoreline will host a cooking demo, free treats? Yes please!
JUNE 30TH - Our First Really, Really Free Market!!!!!! Join our Facebook group to find out what we’re up to and to add to our discussions! ALSO, A performance from local musician Sidewalk Dave AND the USSFM team will be upcycling your old clothes. Waaahoooo!
What’s a RRFM? A Really, Really Free Market (RRFM) is a community gathering where participants bring, and give away any usable items, skills, ideas, talents, friendship, discussions, games and many others things that a community can come together and share. A RRFM is a free and non-commercial event. It is a temporary autonomous zone instituting the gift economy as an alternative to the current mode of resource distribution.
JULY 7TH – We’re tie-dying everything! Bring your boring clothes and we’ll make them beautiful! You’ll be the envy of everyone you know.
Our Farmers accept WIC and SNAP benefits! No matter who you are, no matter what you spend, we want you to always have access to fresh, CT grown, fruits and vegetables. So feel free to come out every Saturday from 10am-1pm to fulfill all of your fresh food dreams!
Organized by a volunteer committee of neighborhood residents, and coordinated by the Upper State Street Association, the Upper State Market is dedicated to promoting the Upper State Street and New Haven community by providing a wide range of fresh, local food to the neighborhood and connecting local farmers with consumers.
What could be better than a community market run by neighbors for neighbors?
Come for the food, stay for the community.
~ The Market Team