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Enjoy Our Farmers Markets!

Farmers markets are one of the many special perks of living in in the tri-state area.  They offer products ranging from locally-grown fruits and vegetables to organic meat and poultry to vegan food to fresh baked goods to crafts. If you’ve never been to one, there’s still time this summer to check them out!

Here is a sampling from our area:

Salisbury - Saturdays, 10am-1pm, Scoville Memorial Library lawn.

Millerton - Saturdays, 10am-2pm, Millerton Methodist Church at Dutchess & Main.

Amenia - Fridays 3-7:30pm, Town Hall parking lot, Rt. 22.

West Cornwall - Saturdays 10am-1pm, Wish House lawn.

Cornwall - Saturdays 9am–12:30, Town Green on Pine St.

Norfolk - Saturdays 10am-1pm, 19 Maple Ave., live music.

Stop by, enjoy the freshest food, and support your friends, neighbors, and local farmers!

Visit our Farmers Market page for a more complete listing of local Farmers Markets.




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    Habitat Tag Sale This Weekend!

    This very special, annual event is not to be missed! Incredible deals abound on furniture, home decor, tools, sports equipment, and so much more. Better yet, the proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity of Northwest Connecticut as they promote home ownership by building houses in partnership with residents in need of adequate, affordable housing.

    For 2018, the Habitat Tag Sale is back at The Hotchkiss School’s Mars Athletic Center on Route 112 in Lakeville, CT.  The Preview Sale ($10 donation) takes place on Friday, August 10 from 6-8 pm. There is no admission charge for the Main Sale on Saturday, August 11 from 9 am-3pm or on Sunday, August 12 for the Bag Sale from Noon-3 pm.

    Habitat for Humanity of NW CT has been helping families in our region since 1991. Please help their work continue by supporting this event! For more information, visit








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      Salisbury's Jumpfest This Weekend

      Where else can you find target ski jumping under the lights, human dog sled races, ice carving, and bonfires?

      Salisbury, CT, will once again host the Eastern U.S. Ski Jump Championships and the phrase “Friday Night Lights”  will take on new meaning as Jumpfest weekend begins with a Target Ski Jump Competition at 7pm this Friday night, Feb. 9.

      The 92nd Annual  Salisbury Ski Jumps will be held this weekend, February 9-11, 2018. A beloved Salisbury tradition for more than 90 years, Jumpfest is hosted by SWSA (Salisbury Winter Sports Association), an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that has fostered the sport of ski jumping among all ages and generations.

      For more information and schedule details, please visit


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