Hebron Farmers Market

  (Hebron , Connecticut)
Hebron Farmers Market, Ct.
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Hebron Farmers Market

The 2009 summer harvest season in Connecticut is officially (sadly) over.  With Thanksgiving only a few weeks away, we believe we should express our most heartfelt "Thank You" to The First Congregational Church of Hebron for the warmth, support and gift of friendship, which has allowed us to hold the Market weekly on church property. For information about First Church, please visit their website at: www.firstchurchhebron.org or email at fcchurch0420@sbcglobal.net.

In addition to Thanking The First Congregational Church of Hebron - we would like to extend our Thanks to a number of individuals (and organizations) without whom our Market could not have succeeded (this is already on our webpage,  but just in case you missed it: Colchester Symphony Orchestra, Darryl Gregory, The Shellbacks, Five Card Draw, Midnight,and for our Costumed Volunteer Mascots Rooster, Heifer, & Pumpkin Head.  We send a special "Thank you" for Marc Duisenberg's technical expertise in the creation and maintenance of the Hebron Farmers Market Website  and to Karen Davis for arranging entertainment and creating signs and Last but not least...All vendors and volunteers who help made the market happen each week! 

Although the summer is over you still have at least one more opportunity to get your hands on some Native offerings!  We will be hosting a Holiday Fair on Saturday November 21, 2009, from 10AM until 1PM, inside the First Congregational Church of Hebron .  You can begin your holiday shopping with some of the wonderful local products we offer. Visit our website for more information. 

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I almost forgot don't forget to read about us in The Moo Dog Press...

Posted by Shelly on November 01, 2009 at 08:11 AM EST #

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