The Tony Inzero Farmers Market, in collaboration with Sustainable West Haven and the West Haven Prevention Council, presents Family Day, an inclusive and interactive day filled with fun activities to celebrate the city’s families and community.
Family Day will take place at the farmers market from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. today. The market is nestled on the historic Green at Campbell Avenue and Main Street.
The market features a variety of farm-fresh goods, such as honey, flowers, fruits and vegetables from longtime Connecticut Grown farmers Mary Ann Borrelli, the owner of Borrelli Farms, and John Marcucio, the owner of Marcucio Farms.
The Family Day market will showcase many additional guest vendors alongside seasonal vendors, offering a range of different goods, including homemade artisan vegan pet treats, palm wax candles, handcrafted soaps and much more.
There will also be a variety of jewelry vendors, ranging from precious metal and wire works to resin creations and crystal jewelry.
Alongside farmers and vendors, Gateway Christian Fellowship will have games and activities for kids.
Along with games like jumbo Jenga and tic-tac-toe bean toss, the West Haven Prevention Council and West Haven Sustainable will have arts and crafts and activities, such as “Chalk the Walk.”
In addition, the West Haven Community House, PosiGen Solar Power and the United Way of Greater New Haven will also have resource tables to raise awareness of their programs.
While enjoying the market and festivities, join in on the fun with family karaoke and add your favorite song to a family-friendly playlist by texting it to the farmers market manager at 860-903-7660.
Stop by the Franco’s Fried Dough-Licious food truck for fresh fried dough and Whisk Together Catering’s booth for fresh-grilled street corn. Grab a treat or two at the Mister Softee ice cream truck.