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It’s time for the 3rd Annual Upper State Fall Fest & Farm Market at 1010 State St….Join us for Food, Community and Fun! Live Music, Children’s Activities and BBQ burgers and dogs fresh off the grill….PLUS enjoy our popular farm market!
10am-1:00pm Children’s Activities sponsored by Kid Haven
10am-10:30am Zumba Demonstrations sponsored by The Fitness Haven
11am-2pm Acoustic Sets by Nicole Frechette
And don’t forget the food! We’ll be grilling up burgers, dogs and sausages! PLUS all the goodies at our Farm Market! Bring your shopping bags!
Chestnut Fine Foods (Upper State Street, New Haven): Pies, scones, breads, strudels, hand-crafted tarts…homemade yogurt, ricotta cheese, butter, and granola. Plus CT cheeses, fresh mozzarella, a full range of Farmer’s Cow milk. And more.. there’s always a surprise at Chestnut.
Bodichitta Farms (Prospect, CT): Organic mushrooms, heirloom tomatoes, microgreens snipped to-order, and veggies. Maple syrup, honey,and sweet garden bouquets too. Talk to the folks at Bodhichitta (second stall on the right) about their fish buyer’s club and their CSA.
Eaglewood Farm (Barkhamsted, CT): A full range of beef and pork products, including sausages, bacon, and ribs, raised with love and respect, and without hormones or antibiotics.
Flowers from the Farm (Hamden, CT): The Honey Crisp apples are a MUST TRY, as are the tiny seckel pears. Flowers also has heirloom tomatoes, greens, veggies, herbs, and truly lovely flowers.
Goatville Mechanic (Bishop Street, East Rock): Local bicycle mechanic Joel LaChance will tune up your bike while you shop.
Greczyk Farms (New Hartford, CT): Squash, gourds, potatoes, tomatoes, green beans, lettuce, and more. All produced using Integrated Pest Management. Plus eggs laid by happy chickens.
Han-Mi Oriental Food (New Haven, CT): Hand-crafted Korean specialties including dumplings, sautéed noodles, and seaweed salad, edamame, scallion pancake, and more.
Killam and Bassette Farmstead (South Glastonbury, CT): Grapes, apples, pears, peppers, tomatoes, eggplant, corn, beans, beets, radishes, green onions, lettuce, zucchini, yellow squash, acorn squash, cabbage, squash, and cucumbers! All grown using Integrated Pest Management. Plus eggs from happy chickens.
Koffee? (Audubon Street, New Haven): Organic, fairly-traded coffee – hot, iced, or by the bean – as well as organic iced tea and lemonade.
Little Monster Cakes (New Haven, CT): All vegan, mostly organic totally delicious treats, including cupcakes, doughnuts, cupcakes, cookies, cupcakes, and more…
Simon’s Greenhouses (Bethany, CT): Potted asters, mums, and other fall lovelies plus pumpkins and squashes… and a glorious assortment of natural fall craft items.
Soup Girl (Hamden, CT):Glorious soupy creations for a discerning palatte. What will it be this week? Apricot Lentil? Roasted tomato? So many delightful possibilities.
Looking for something to do after the Fest? Don’t forget to stop by Master of None at 978 State for a cupcake tasting by Wicked Little Cakes and Creations! Tasting starts at 2pm