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The Chester Farmer’s Market, expanded and improved this year. The Farmer’s Market started on Sunday, June 24th in downtown Chester. The same location as last year on Perry Street. The Market will be open each Sunday June 24 – October 7, plus Saturday October 6th from 10 AM to 3 PM.
In addition to bountiful farm produce, more than 20 vendors will offer fresh breads, other bakery delights, cheeses, New Jersey wines, honey products, Olde Tyme New York Style pickles, flavored Salts, Gourmet Nuts & Dried Fruits, handmade pottery, Jams, Bar B Q with pulled pork or pulled chicken, fresh made mozzarella, many delicious homemade meals without stepping into the , pies, fresh fruit and so much more. The retailers in Historic Chester are also participating, with their unique treasures. This year the Farmer’s Market is being sponsored by The Rotary Club of Chester-Long Valley as a service to the local community and businesses.
Chester is located about 15 minutes west of Morristown at the crossroads of Routes 206 and 24 (513). Come out for some great foods, wholesome entertainment and just good ‘cheep’ fun. No charges!
For more information, contact Suzanne Aitken, Chester Farmer’s Market Committee Chair, Rotary Club of Chester-Long Valley, at Suzanne@FairviewFinancial.net or
Looking forward to see you all there.
Stop at the Rotary Tent to say hello.