Connecticut Made Market


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

Vendors:

24 Peace
Earth-friendly apparel and products to inspire self-expression, giving, and a sense of community
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Chibiko by Design
Artisan jewelry showcasing fluid painting, wire weaving, and bead embroidery
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Creative Obsession Jewelry
Unique jewelry handcrafted in the USA ready to ship or affordable custom-designed jewelry just for you
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Dribble Babies
Unique clothing for unique children – “Where Drool is Socially Accepted!”
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Get Your Own Damn
All natural hot sauces with a unique twist, based out of Voluntown, CT
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Inascents Natural Beauty Products
Natural body products made to excite and rejuvenate Your skin
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Rachel Beth’s Healing Therapies
Tribal member Rachel Sayet custom blends certified therapeutic grade oils for your health needs.
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See What I Saw
Hardwood, scroll saw-cut artwork and custom puzzles
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Something Winey
Wine and cork related crafts, including wine glass charms, wine cork ornaments, and more!
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Standish Brook Farm
This Colchester farm sells eggs, vegetables, fruit, and canned and baked good, never using chemicals or GMO seeds.
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Steven James Jewelry
High-quality handcrafted jewelry, specializing in custom orders and bridal jewelry
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Sweet Treats by Sonia
Specializing in fresh handcrafted cinnamon rolls in a variety of flavors. Cookies, treats, & Latin inspired desserts.
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TEA-RRIFIC! Ice Cream
Premium all-natural, tea-infused ice cream sourced in New England for a true gourmet experience
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Typsy Gypsy
Quality handmade accessories made from repurposed, vintage and found materials
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Wholly Goat Farm
Handmade goat milk soaps and lotions from purebred registered Nubian goats
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Want to Participate as a Market Vendor?

Download the 2017 vendor application for the Connecticut Made Market. Please submit your agreement to Megan Cronin at mcronin@chamberECT.com or fax it to (860) 701-9902.

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


Supporting Sponsors:
Anthem
First Physical Therapy
Optum

Media Sponsors:
Full Power Radio
Channel 3
Hall Communications
The Day
L+M Hospital
William W. Backus Hospital
Webster Bank
Aetna