Enfield Regional Farmers Market in mid-season form

Enfield — With the temperature near 100 degrees, crowds were a little lighter at the Enfield Regional Farmers Market on July 24, but the heat wave didn’t keep spirits down, as dozens of vendors and many visitors took advantage of the time to browse and relaxingly enjoy the market.

Among the vendors was Donna Bryskiewicz, manning the Johnny’s Roadside Market booth, offering corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, and other fresh produce. She said they brought a little less because they figured the market would be less busy, but they nearly sold out.


“It’s better when you don’t have to bring much back,” she said.

Vincent Cianfarani was also on hand, with a wide range of garden vegetables from his Vinnie’s Little Acre shop, in Windsor Locks.


Market Master Connie Provencher said the weekly market has had a pretty successful season so far.

“It is a beautiful day, but some vendors didn’t come because of the heat,” she said. “It hasn’t been a bad year. In the beginning, and then in the fall, we get a lot more people.”

The Enfield Regional Farmers Market takes place every Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

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