Economic Development Progress

Even during these challenging times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Suffield Economic Development is making progress and there are signs of promise with serious interest in some of the commercial properties on the market.

Suffield Farmers Market

Suffield’s Farmers Market is now in full swing. Vendors and customers have been social distancing and enhanced sanitation procedures have been in effect and everyone has been wearing masks.

Suffield Farmers Market

Suffield’s Farmers Market begins its 2020 summer season on Saturday, June 20th as a special “essential services edition” following the guidelines of the Connecticut Department of Agriculture for this COVID-19 time we are in.

Suffield Winter Farmer’s Market

The Suffield Winter Farmers Market’s last event for the season will be February 8 and we are teaming up again with the Agriscience program. 

This Winter Market will be held indoors at the Large Animal Facility (LAF) in the northeast corner of the high school parking lot (behind the green house) at 1060 Sheldon Street in West Suffield. This means shoppers and vendors can do business in a great area with easy access and parking.

Suffield Winter Farmer’s Market

The Suffield Winter Farmer’s Market “December Holiday Edition” is teaming up again with the Agriscience program, making local produce and craft items available for the holidays. This Winter Market will be held indoors at the Large Animal Facility (LAF) in the northeast corner of the high school parking lot (behind the green house) at 1060 Sheldon Street in West Suffield.

Suffield Farmers Market

Suffield’s Farmers Market begins its 2019 summer season on Saturday, June 22. We have a number of familiar vendors who return each year to provide a wide assortment of locally grown fresh fruits, produce and hand crafted products.

Farmer’s Market

The Suffield Agriscience Center is hosting the final Suffield Winter Farmers Market of the season on Saturday, February 9 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Large Animal Facility. The Farmers Market vendors will have an array of items including vegetables, apples, eggs, baked goods, jams and preserves, soaps, jewelry, plants, winter wear.

Summer Farmers Market

The Suffield Farmers Market is up and running for the summer months with vendors offering their wares every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until noon, rain or shine, in the center of town on the south green (across from the barber shop). If you didn’t make your way to the Market in June, you still have July, August and September to experience Suffield’s Saturday morning “get together”.