Enfield Farmers Market Becomes an Enterprise for All Seasons

Photo by Debra McCarthy

Enfield Square Mall Manager Melinda Cesare (front) is about to cut the ribbon, celebrating the opening of the first Winter Enfield Regional Farmer’s Market, which opened November 15. Melinda is joined by (l to r) Town Manager Chris Bromson, Mayor Mike Ludwick, Counselor Carl Sferrazza Councilor Cindy Mangini, Deputy Mayor Donna Szewczak. Councilor Lori Unghire, Assistant Town Manager Kasia Purciello, and State Representative Tom Arnone.

While there are so many things to miss about summer, the Enfield Regional Farmer’s Market does not have to be one of them. The popular event returned Sunday, November 15, indoors, at the Enfield Square. It will continue to be held at the spacious mall on Sundays, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., until early 2021. 

Over 40 vendors have signed up, offering fresh produce, dairy and meats, sweets, crafts, and gifts.

“We’ve been working hand in glove with the North Central District Health Department to make this happen. Safety is our number one priority,” said Enfield Town Manager Chris Bromson at the opening day ribbon-cutting ceremony.

The Winter Farmer’s Market will be following all Governor Executive Orders and CDC guidelines. Hand sanitizer is available at all stations. Patrons are asked to wear a mask and maintain a six-foot distance from other vendors and shoppers.

Namdar, the owners of the Enfield Square Mall has partnered with the town, offering the market free of charge to local vendors. Email inquiries to DevelopmentServices@enfield.org.

Photo by Laura B. Hayden

Lexi and Alison Mnich, owners of Roaring Acres Alpacas, a small, family-run farm located in Suffield, display products created by alpaca fleece at the first Winter Enfield Regional Farmers Market at the Enfield Square Mall.

Photo by Laura B. Hayden

Enfield Square Mall Manager Melinda Cesare (front) cuts the ribbon celebrating the opening of the first Winter Enfield Regional Farmer’s Market, which opened November 15. Melinda is joined by (l to r) Town Manager Chris Bromson, Mayor Mike Ludwick, Counselor Carl Sferrazza Councilor Cindy Mangini, Deputy Mayor Donna Szewczak. In addition, Councilor Lori Unghire, Assistant Town Manager Kasia Purciello, and State Representative Tom Arnone attended the ceremony.

By Laura B. Hayden

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