The South Windsor Winter Farmers and Artisans Market was open for its second week on Saturday at the Unity Church Community room.
Attendees were treated to farm-fresh produce, cheese and micro greens from places like Futtner’s Family Farm, Bayberry Meadow Herbs, South Glastonbury’s Thompson Street Farm, Somers’ Shadow Valley Farm and SweetPea Cheese from East Granby.
Tolland’s Just LuLu offered delicious sandwich wraps, while Vernon’s Labrioche Bakery sold French bread and pastries.
Andrea Paquin provided the entertainment for the adults, while a craft table was available for children.
Assistant Market Manager Sandra Jeski said that the farm is part of the South Windsor Food Alliance’s mission to offer healthy food to town residents.
South Windsor resident Chris Giard said that he was at the market to pick up some fresh produce for a birthday dinner for his wife. He said that his two kids also enjoyed the sweets - particularly the pumpkin pie, that the market had available.
“It’s great,” Giard said of the market.
The next market will be held at the church at 919 Ellington Road on Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.