Farmers’ Market Returns To Imperial Lot

The Westport Farmers’ Market is coming “home.”

After a successful, COVID-induced pre-order and pick-up run at Gilbertie’s Herbs & Garden Center, the popular weekly event returns to the parking lot at 50 Imperial Avenue beginning tomorrow (Thursday, May 14).

As usual, the market runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. However, it will continue to operate on a pre-order basis with scheduled pick-up times. There is no onsite shopping. Delivery options are available.

There are 15 vendors now; more will be added throughout the season. Online orders are accepted from Saturdays at 4 p.m. through Monday at noon. (In other words, all orders have already been accepted for tomorrow.)

“We love our community, and are thrilled to return to our summer location,” says executive director Lori Cochran Dougall. “While the market is operating differently, we are who we are at our core. We look forward to launching the harvest season with our supporters.”

For more information, email director@westportfarmersmarket.com.

6 responses to “Farmers’ Market Returns To Imperial Lot

  1. Can someone help me figure out the name of the vendor I’m looking for…when you face the market from the parking lot they are all the way on the right. They are mostly a farm stand and always had great hummus and soup in the corner. Thanks.

  2. Thank you Dan for posting. Lori, as always we appreciate your leadership skills and commitment to our small Connecticut farms. I urge all to support these small businesses.
    Look forward to seeing everyone soon, and of course helping with the “Brandon Break Down” Crew when we are there.

    • Lori Cochran

      Thank you Jimmy for your continued support. I will be in touch with ways we hope to see you and Neat Capital at the market. *Neat Capital is a corporate sponsor of WFM – we are truly grateful for their ongoing support – and muscles with the Brandon Break Down. 🙂

  3. Sal Liccione

    I want thank Lori for her service to all of Westport and a great and fun farmers market Eat local and shop local ok a lot restaurants buy from our farmers market and just to let peaple no spotted. Horse is open for to go thanks Lori for a great farmers market and great. Staff and farmers