Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Coventry Regional Farmer's Market 2015

The Coventry Regional Farmers Market (or CRFM for short) is beloved here in Connecticut. The market, at the beautiful Nathan Hale Homestead, bursts at the seams each week with delicious prepared food, fresh produce, meat, fish, cheese, and handcrafted items.

Members of the Nutmeg Collective often sell at the CRFM. Here are a few photos of NC members at past markets, along with more dates you can shop:

Cyn Thomas of RiverDog Prints with cheery illustrated canine cards, art blocks, canning labels, tea towels, and more. RiverDog Prints returns to CRFM August 2!

 Handmade jersey scarves, fabric headbands, polka dot earrings and more from Kristen Skelton of Milo and Molly.


Solstice Handcrafted makeup and skincare products are all made by Jeanine Dell'Orfano with gentle, botanical ingredients.

Katherine Lile of Rhymes With Smile with her classic rope baskets and handmade quilts. Rhymes With Smile will be back at CRFM July 12, August 30, September 20, and September 27.

Tees and bags inspired by gardening and geekery from Jen and Nan at Hickster Tees. Catch Hickster at CFRM July 19, August 2, August 26, August 30, September 13, September 20, September 27, October 11, and October 25.

Get picture frames, coasters, perpetual calendars, and a little bit of sparkle from Vanessa Felie, aka Queenvanna Creations.

This summer season is the CRFM's very last, so if you haven't been to this friendly and inspiring market yet, go while you still can.

The market is open Sundays, 11am to 2pm, at 2299 South Street in Coventry, CT. You can also find CRFM onFacebookTwitter, and Instagram.

Thanks for a wonderful run, Coventry!

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