Detours are currently in effect on Card Street and are expected to last through early August.
Join us at the weekly Lebanon Farmers' Market this Saturday from 9:00 AM to noon in front of Town Hall.
The Building Department and Tax Office will be closed on June 28.
Eastern Connecticut’s classic Farmers Market!
Lebanon’s Farmers' Market operates from June to October running every Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. at Lebanon Town Hall, 579 Exeter Road. With 15 regular vendors, as well as local artisans, you will find plenty to like!
At a time when many of us are enjoying and realizing the benefits of buying local it is reassuring to know that Lebanon Farmers Market is stepping up to the plate -- no pun intended! Vendors are committed to providing you with a wide array of fresh local products that will tickle our palate and fill your pantry needs. Items sold at the Market include vegetables, fruits, cheeses, meats, honey products, maple syrup, flora and fauna, baked goods, prepared foods, sweets, soaps, artistry and more!
Come try a free sample or purchase a freshly-cooked breakfast sandwich or hamburger served up by Haider Farm. Other vendors include A&Z Apiaries (honey products), Aries Crossing Farm (lamb), Beltane Farm (goat cheese), Culinary Expressions (baked & prepared goods), Flora Expressions (flowers), Grant’s Berry Patch (fruits & vegetables), Hope Valley Farm (microgreens), Joe’s Eggs, Kristin’s Country Greenhouse, Lebanon Green Vineyards (wine), Libertyridge Farm (vegetables & plants), Little Acres (fruits & vegetables), Olivia’s Garden (fruits & vegetables), Sweet Acre Farm (vegetables), and artisans.
Live music is played weekly.
However, you don’t need a special event or reason to visit Lebanon Farmers Market. Every day is a special day at Lebanon Farmers Market. The Market sponsors a $10 VIP program where patrons purchase a button for the season that allows them to take part in weekly sale items provided by each vendor.
Without our vendors and YOUR SUPPORT there would be no Farmers Market. So please give us a try and come visit historic Lebanon and learn about what’s grown and made in our region, and enjoy the bounty of summer!
Funding for the market is made possible by generous contributions from Connecticut’s Department of Agriculture, The Scotts Company, Hillandale Farms, Prides Corner Farms, The Farmers Cow, and Lebanon’s Economic Development Commission.
See you at the Market!
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