CitySeed Indoor Winter Farmers Market
January 11 to March 28, 2020
115 Water St.
- Credit Cards
SNAP / EBT
up to $10 buys $20 of CT-grown fruit, vegetables, seedlings, or
One of the only farmers’ markets operating year-round in Connecticut, CitySeed’s sixth annual Winter Farmers’ Market opens indoors for the 2020 season on Saturday, January 11th at Metropolitan Business Academy, 115 Water Street, from 10am to 1pm. In addition to providing a viable marketplace where farmers and vendors are able to sell in the off-season, CitySeed’s Winter Market is a warm, welcoming community gathering place where shoppers meet up with friends and neighbors to celebrate local food during the cold winter months.
The Winter Market features a variety of “Saturday brunch” menu items including hot drinks, sweet and savory baked goods from renowned local bakeries and prepared offerings from a weekly rotation of food trucks. Farm fresh food items include root vegetables, greens, apples, cider, chicken, beef, pork, seafood, eggs, mushrooms, dairy products, cheeses, jams and more. The Winter Market features family-friendly indoor activities and live performances by a series of local musicians. Knife and tool sharpening services are also offered.
All CitySeed Farmers’ Markets offer Food Stamp Double Value Coupon Program, a nutrition incentive program that enables SNAP recipients to double their money dollar for dollar at CitySeed Farmers’ Markets – up to $10 buys $20 of CT-grown fruit, vegetables, seedlings, or canned fruits and vegetables at each market each week. Cash, credit and debit cards are accepted all CitySeed Farmers’ Markets.
Hosted by CitySeed Farmers Markets at the Metropolitan Business Academy: 115 Water St, New Haven, CT.
Contact Frankie Douglass at (203) 773-3736 or by e-mail for more information.
Foods at the Market*Though every season is unique, we use our Harvest Calendar and information about what each vendor produces to provide a good guess as to what will be available at the market each week. But we don't have details on which farmers come to this market. If you do, let us know.