Connecticut Made Market

Shop for locally grown produce, artisan crafts, and other products at this Connecticut-focused indoor farmer’s market


Chocolate Rose Bakeshop

Custom & Special Occasion Cake shop

Crystal Bead Creations

Offers a variety of handmade items.

Dribble Babies

A veteran and family owned children’s clothing company.

Farm True

Owners Kim Welch and Lynn Goodwin are passionate about the teachings of Ayurveda and the benefits of ghee as a means for leading a life balance through food and lifestyle.

Get Your Own Damn

All natural hot sauces with a unique twist.


Body products made to excite and rejuvenate your skin.

Keifer’s Kettle Korn

Kettle Korn available in a variety of flavors. In addition to snack bags, Keifer’s also sells gift tins, DIY kettle corn kits, and other tatsy options.

Kind Cactus

Natural and organic deodorant, lotions, and more.

Mystic Knotwork

The best and most complete source of nautical sailor knot bracelets, woven knot decorations for your home.

Opal’s Kitchen

Offers a variety of homemade foods.

Patricia Langella

Handcrafted jewelry.

Pasta Vita

Gourmet-to-go pasta, salads, vegetable dishes, soups, and more. All prepared with quality and fresh ingredients.

Small Potatoes

Artisan crafts and unique gifts.

The Bites Company

Offers delicious sweets made from simple ingredients.

Steven James Jewelry

Offers handcrafted jewelry using only the highest quality of materials.

Sweet Treats by Sonia

Homemade treats by homebaker Sonia Aprea, featuring her famously addictive cinnamon rolls.

Tea-rrific Ice Cream

Premium, all-natural, tea-infused ice cream made with local and organic New England ingredients.

The Cupcake Chick

Homemade cupcakery specializing in cupcakes and small cakes for all occasions.

Wholly Goat Farm

Offers an array of goat milk bath products.

Want to Participate as a Market Vendor?

We welcome new vendors to the Connecticut Made Market. Please contact Megan Gilbert to apply at or (860) 701-9113. Hurry, space is limited!

IMPORTANT: If you are selling anything edible, you will need to apply for a temporary food permit from the Mohegan tribal government. Download the application.

Vendor selling honey

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