est. 1996 - Connecticut's 2nd oldest Farmers' Market!
The Dudley Farm Farmers’ Market is a family-oriented gathering place held on the picturesque grounds of the historic Dudley Farm Museum. The Market provides the opportunity to purchase local and organic seasonal produce and handmade arts and crafts, while enjoying the beauty and serenity of the Farm as it was in the year 1900.
Current Schedule - Winter Market
February 3 & 17 and March 2, 16 & 30
Spring & Summer
We should be in full swing every Saturday by the beginning of April
Hours: 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Fall & Holiday
The November and December Markets will continue on Saturdays from 9:30 AM-12:30 PM
First Two weekend’s of December ( Saturday and Sunday) Hours 10-2
Always check our Facebook page for the latest updates and schedule changes.
Markets and special events are subject to cancellation due to inclement weather.
Alternate dates will not be scheduled unless specifically noted.
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The Farmers’ Market not only reflects an old-time practice of selling produce at a roadside stand, it also provides an opportunity to build a community of supporters who return again and again to the Dudley Farm. People can purchase produce, home baked goods and handcrafts, they can bring their children to visit the livestock and romp on the hillside, visit exhibits in the Farmhouse Museum, attend workshops, listen to music, or just come to have a cup of coffee and visit.
Vendors are encouraged to view their time at the Farmers’ Market in this light. That is, they should be willing to share their knowledge of producing the items they are selling including, but not limited to, organic farming and gardening, handcraft production, materials, methods and inspiration.
Dudley Farm Market Vendors
Flowers in a Bottle
Maura Stepek…Fresh wildflowers, annuals and perennials.
Gramma Clarke’s Soap Company - Sharon Clarke
Soap, Bath Bombs, Shampoo Bars, Body Butter
Papa Spyros Olive Oil
100% Real Extra Virgin Olive Oil, bug repellent, Cretan Sea Salt, hummus and other products produced with their Olive oil
Will be at the market only on the 1st Saturday of the month. Hand carved spoons, lamb and knife sharpening.
Salt Marsh Artisan Bakery
Fresh baked sweet breads, muffins, scones, cookies, candy and granola. Also all natural Dog treats
Fair Studio Design
Taxidermies butterflies, and other insects framed, collages. Jewelry
M. Elizabeth Designs
Charcuterie boards, spoons, trivets, pot holders. Other house and kitchenware framed art, cards. Seasonal ornaments. Scarfs.
Seasonal floral bouquets, herbs and berries
Maple Grove Farm / Buster Scranton
North Guilford, CT
Maple products and syrup. Fresh vegetables in the summer. Popping corn
Duckie’s Velvet Crumb Cake Factory
Velvet crumb cake evolved from a simple coffe cake. Now 6 classic flavors and seasonal flavors
Bitta-Blue Farm offers eggs from free range ducks & chickens, a great variety of jams and pickles and a full range of vegetables & some fruits raised with ecologically sustainable methods
Country Bread Bakery
Organic sourdough breads and petit baguettes made with naturally fermented starter using slow fermentation
D.F. Gift Shop
Hand-made cloth and knitted items from local crafters
Fresh-cut flower bouquets & local raw honey
Leap Frog Farm
Farmer Alex Lowry grows top quality All Natural greens and seasonal vegetables available exclusively at the Dudley Farm Market
Hand sewn, knitted & felted items inspired by nature, including bucket hats, bags, painted tee shirts, gifts for babies, cats, dogs & more. Seasonally: seedlings, perennials & fresh vegetables
Handcrafted jewelry created from repurposed metals
Potter Family Farm
Grass fed and finished beef & pasture pork
ThimbleReed's Bountiful Harvest
Organic eggs & beeswax candles
Local Produce, Goods & Crafts
If you wish to become a vendor, please email the market manager at [email protected] and include photos of whatever you wish to sell, or make an appointment to show your goods to Katrina and Steve.
All produce at the market must be grown in the state of Connecticut by the vendors. All crafts must be made by the craft vendors.