Join the City of Bristol for the 2019 Season of the Farmers Market
Every Saturday from 10:00 AM until 1:00 PM | Rain or Shine
North Main Street (across the street from City Hall)
The 2019 season of Bristol’s Farmers Market begins on June 22 and will run until October 26 and offers an opportunity for Bristol residents along with surrounding communities to purchase locally-grown fruits and vegetables during the summer and fall.
FREE Electronics Recycling: Every Saturday
Every Saturday, beginning June 22, 2019 through October 26, 2019, attendees of the Farmers Market may bring their unwanted electronics to Downtown Bristol. Take 2 Recycling will be on hand to collect the unwanted electronics. All electronic equipment is safely packaged by Take 2 Recycling, and transported to their facility for responsible and secure recycling. Accepted materials include, but are not limited to: computers, laptops, printers, fax machines, monitors, TVs, cell phones, tablets, video game consoles, VCR/DVD machines, remotes, keyboards, computer mice, modems, small appliances, and stereo equipment. Unaccepted materials include: smoke detectors, ballasts, propane tanks, paint, household hazardous waste, and appliances containing freon (i.e. air conditioners, refrigerators, and dehumidifiers).
Scroll down to read more and be sure to check back weekly for updates on vendors and musical entertainment for each week.
The City of Bristol Public Works Department is partnering with the Bristol Public Library to help you protect your personal information – destroy old and unneeded documents safely, immediately on site at the Farmers Market. Shredding services are being provided by FileShred of Glastonbury, CT.
Learn more about this season of Bristol’s Farmers Market:
Saturday, August 24, 2019
We appreciate all the vendors and customers who continue to support the Bristol Farmers Market each week.
On Saturday, August 24th we’ll be welcoming Heavenly Smoke BBQ food truck and music will be provided by Melanie Michaud – singer song writer, Melanie Michaud will be back again to share her MELow and smooth voice with us while you shop.
United Way of West Central Connecticut will be collecting used/worn shoes, cleats, sneaks, sandals, boots-work boots, ballet slippers or most kinds of shoes to be re-purposed to other organizations. The funds raised will support the United Way’s local community initiatives that support health, education, and financial stability to all families in the towns they serve.
This week we’ll be welcoming the following vendors: