About 20 vendors from around Connecticut were offering a colorful array of fresh produce, flowers, dairy, meats and more at the Hill-Stead Museum's Farmers Market Sunday afternoon.
The market, which runs every Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., features farmers from around the state, as well as occasional artists, visiting vendors and musicians varying by week. Patrons walked the market, with many of them taking their treasures to enjoy under the trees on the Hill-Stead's sprawling front lawn.
According to the museum, the farmers market saw more than 11,000 patrons in 2011.
More information about the market and a schedule of vising vendors is here.