The Arlington Village Farmers' Market Sept. 21


ARLINGTON — The Arlington Area Renewal Project, sponsor of the inaugural Arlington Village Farmers' Market announces entertainment and featured brewery for its Sept. 21 market from 4 to 7 p.m The Arlington Village Farmers' Market will be held on the grounds of The Arlington Inn at the intersection of Route 7A and Route 313 in the center of Arlington.

Showcasing the talent of our local students, the market's entertainment will be provided by the Arlington Memorial High School Jazz Ensemble.

The Arlington Inn will also host its renowned "Meet the Makers" series during the Arlington Village Farmers' Market. The Sept. 21 market will highlight Browns Brewery from Hoosick Falls, N.Y., with six different craft beers - three on tap. A brewery representative will tell us what makes them special, how they do it, and offer free tastings. The Arlington Inn will offer special cocktails and selections of small plates for purchase.

A new vendor has been added to the line-up: Vermont Tiny Kitchen, offering premier low-sugar jams, sauces, salsas, relishes, and more. Other vendors sell eggs, spaetzle, organic meets, baked goods, and a wide selection of cheeses. A fresh produce booth is staffed by the Arlington Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, with all profits being donated to the Arlington Food Shelf.

This week's health booth will be sponsored by the Battenkill Valley Health Center. Other community booths include The Federated Church of East Arlington and the Arlington Historical Society. Proceeds from the Arlington Village Farmers' Market vendor fees will benefit Burdett Commons, an organization established to provide activity and events for youth and seniors of the Arlington, Sunderland, and Sandgate area.

The Arlington Area Renewal Project is a totally volunteer group of involved residents focused on collaborating for the common good by bridging our long tradition with a vision for future opportunities.

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