The goal of the Ellington Farmers' Market is to provide our community with a variety of products that are grown, harvested, produced or handcrafted in the state of CT, connect residents to food production, help create healthier eating habits, enhance the quality of life in the Ellington area by supporting low income families through matching SNAP and Farmers' Market Nutrition Program vouchers and provide a community activity which fosters social gathering and interaction and preserve Ellington’s unique agricultural heritage by supporting local farmers. 

Saturday August 7th

Youth Market Day

9-12  Abor Park

Support our budding farmers and entrepreneurs!

Live Music 
Emma Henning

Bring a chair to relax under the trees to enjoy the music of Emma Henning, a locally-based musician, who has been playing solo acoustic live music at venues across Connecticut for 6 years. She found a love for 70s-90s music in high school, and has been performing music of those styles ever since! 

Kids POP Club 
Empowering Children to Make Healthy Food Choices
Kids ages 5-12 can participate in an activity and receive a $2 token to purchase fresh produce each week. 


  • SNAP

  • WIC FMNP Vouchers

  • Senior FMNP Vouchers

Bring your vouchers and EBT cards

to the market booth before you shop

to double your purchasing power 


Help Those In Need Obtain Healthy Food

Ellington Farmers' Market is dedicated to helping lo w income seniors and families obtain healthy foods.  We distributed over $17,500 this year through our matching programs and the need continues to  grow during the pandemic.  Please consider a donation to help.  Any amount would be appreciated.

Support the Market through Amazon Smile

Amazon will donate a percent of purchases ordered on Amazon Smile to the Ellington Farmers' Market.  Simply choose Ellington Farmers Market as your charity.  Shopping Amazon Smile is exactly the same as shopping Amazon, you use your same account. Can you take the time to sign up with us today?

 Every little bit helps support low income families and the market.