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Under mostly sunny skies Tuesday, July 26, people perused the many vendor tents at Newtown Farmers Market. The popular destination for fresh produce and other local offerings is running Tuesdays through October 25 from 2 to 6:30 pm at Fairfield Hills.

This week marked the sixth week the market has been running, and featured the band Deputy Stems entertaining visitors as they sat under a tent enjoying the tunes or just taking a break from their shopping.

The Newtown Farmers Market is held rain or shine; however, it does close in extreme weather, such as high winds or thunderstorms.

The Newtown Farmers Market organizers are hoping the community will join in a new project this year: Sharing photos both on social media and with the market of their favorite things and moments while shopping at the market.

Residents who frequent the market are asked to take photos of “the things that make them happy there” and send those photos to the “newtown_ct_farmers_market “ Instagram account or Facebook page, facebook.com/farmersmarketatfairfieldhills.

People can also post photos to their own social media accounts and tag the Newtown Farmers Market accounts.

Education Editor Eliza Hallabeck can be reached at eliza@thebee.com.

Mom Anette, left, and Abby Greene smile with Newtown Farmers Market visible behind them on July 26. —Bee Photos, Hallabeck
Mom Sammi, left, and Smith Gureasko-Moore attend the Newtown Farmers Market with their dog Stanley on July 26.
From left, Elizabeth Gallo, Tracey Lassow, and Alanna Baxley offer gourmet popcorn for sale at the Prospector Popcorn vendor tent at Newtown Farmers Market on July 26.
From left, Jimmy Davies, Emma Wishneski, and Ean Lozer offer goods at the Uncle Matt’s Bakery vendor tent at Newtown Farmers Market on July 26.
Nick Depuy, left, and Tyler Stemerman of the band Deputy Stems performs at Newtown Farmers Market on July 26.
The field at Fairfield Hills where Newtown Farmers Market sets up weekly was filled with vendors on July 26.
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  1. matthew01@hotmail.com.au says:

    Newtown farmers market looks fantastic
    But I thought this was a site was for Class of 91 at Newtown high ..
    Am I on the wrong site ??

    1. nb.john.voket says:

      Are you looking for Newtown CT or Marple Newtown HS in Pennsylvania?

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