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Become A Vendor

Download the registration forms here:

Membership Agreement  |  Application  | Health Dept Checklist |  Foodservice Permit | Non-Food Market Application

The Southington Farmer’s Market and Activate Southington are busy planning for the 2021 market season. This season’s dates and operations are subject to change based on local and state regulations related to COVID-19. The Farmer’s Market is scheduled for Fridays from 3:00-6:00pm beginning on Friday June 25th and ending on September 24th

Please be patient as we work out the details. If you are interested in joining us as a farm or vendor, please complete the 2021 questionnaire by clicking here. Please note you’re your product must be a CT grown product, made in CT,
or made using products native to CT.

Further information will follow. 2021 Market Applications and Permits will be updated later this winter. Thank you for supporting the Southington Farmers’ Market

Sign and return the Application and Membership Agreement along with payment to:

Alisa DelMonte
Health & Wellness Department, 
Southington Community YMCA 

29 High Street 
Southington, CT 06489


Please make all checks payable to: Southington Community YMCA

 

Return the Application for a Food Service Permit at a Farmers Market to:

Shane Lockwood 
The Southington Regional Health District 
196 North Main St. 
Southington, CT 06489

 

If you would like to make any changes to your vendor contact information, please email Alisa at info@southingtonfarmersmarket.com

We would like to put some information about each vendor on the Southington Farmers Market website, if you could forward a write up about your business and send pictures to info@southingtonfarmersmarket.org 

If you have any questions or if you know any vendors that may be interested in participating in the Southington Farmers Market, please contact Alisa at info@southingtonfarmersmarket.org 

Our goal is to make the Southington Farmers Market a Friday afternoon destination for area residents and to see that local food producers and artisans prosper through the sale of their Connecticut products.