DANBURY, Conn. -- Danbury Farmers Market will be open Fridays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for its final month at downtown Kennedy Park through Halloween.
Beets, kale, potatoes, onions, eggplants, tomatoes, carrot and radish tops are among the many vegetables and goods sold at the market. Farmers totes are offered when purchasing goods.
The Danbury Farmers' Market Community Collaborative, with CityCenter Danbury, aims to achieve "Better Health Through Better Food" with its focus on Connecticut Grown produce and its efforts to improve access to fresh food for SNAP recipients, seniors, low income veterans, women, infants and children and others through a matching funds program and extensive outreach into the community.
With donor-advised funding through the Fairfield County Community Foundation, along with the support of a private, anonymous donor, the Connecticut Department of Agriculture, Danbury Housing Partnership, Danbury Housing Authority, Dorothy Day Hospitality House, The City of Danbury and various community places of worship, public support guarantees that the collaborative's services continue to reach the largest possible population in need.
For more information or call CityCenter Danbury at 203-792-1711.
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