Thursday, July 12, 2007

Farmer's Market on the Green

The Farmer's Market on the Waterbury Green, an event organized by Main Street Waterbury volunteers, returned today. It's held every Thursday, 11am to 3pm, until mid-October.

A new feature this year - a different chef each week will grill up recipes using ingredients for sale that day at the market. This week was Rich Yost from Bay Leaf Gourmet.

Olive oils. Sadly, the organic bread maker didn't show this week. The fresh fish vendor was sick, so he didn't show either. Next time.

The live green pepper and eggplant. You never know what path volunteering will lead you down....

Joe Geary, representing the City, with Main Street Waterbury's Carl Rosa hiding behind him, and the Market Maestro, Marianne Vandenburg, to his left.

After the speeches, Market-goers got to enjoy the music of Carnegie Clapp.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Peter dressed as an eggplant. Interesting!