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4th of July Farmers' Market and Concert


This Thursday is the 4th of July and we are holding our ever-popular Farmers’ Market from 3:30 - 6:30 pm with a fun twist for the young and the young-at-heart: chalk art!

And on the town green, starting at 6:30 pm will be our summer concert by Steve Lipman, sponsored by the First Town Downtown Board of Directors. Join us!


Farmers' Market

Farmers' Market
The First Town Downtown Farmers’ Market runs from June 27th to October 17th on Thursdays from 3:30 to 6:30 at 240 Broad Street in Windsor center (at the corner of Broad and Maple.) This well-attended local market in Windsor Center includes locally grown fruits, vegetables, baked goods, herbs, eggs, cheese, skincare products, candles and more. Rain or shine! We only cancel if there's threat of lightning! For more and weekly updates go to firsttowndowntown.org

Shop at the Farmers’ Market, go out for dinner at one of our local Windsor restaurants and then enjoy a concert on the green every Thursday through August 29th!




Steve Lipman in Concert

Steve Lipman in Concert
Steve’s dream of becoming a vocalist began at a very young age as he was sifting through his mother’s 78 RPM records. She had quite a varied collection of talented vocalists, but it was soon clear that Steve’s favorite was Frank Sinatra. To Steve, Sinatra was the ultimate storyteller. He communicated the essence of life to each individual listener like no singer had done before. Today, Steve retells the stories that Sinatra explored, conjuring the essence of the great master of the Songbook without impersonation. The arrangements and performances are creatively transformed, leaving no question in the audience’s mind as to who is on stage touching each of them with these unforgettable stories.

Sponsored by the First Town Downtown Board of Directors!

The First Town Downtown Board of Directors includes Sharran Selig Bennett, President, of James Selig Estate Jewelry & Antiques; Richard Esposito, Vice President, of Loomis Chaffee School; Lynne Stanley, Treasurer, of Windsor Federal Savings; Don Trinks of Bart's Drive-In; Kim Burke of Hampton Inn Windsor; Stephen McKay of Euphoria Event Solutions LLC; Scott Hoffman of Windsor Ace Hardware; Bonnie Waterhouse of Voices Against Lyme Disease CT; Charlie Vola, a Windsor resident; Susan Cardillo of the University of Hartford; James Emerich of Windsor High School; Neill Sachdev of Merrill Lynch and Mel Madigan of The Bean @226.


Concert schedule


Upcoming Events

7/23
Tuesday Concert: Off The Record
7/25
Farmers' Market
7/25
Summer Concert: RipChord
7/27
Saturday Summer Concert: Tonebank
8/1
Farmers' Market
8/1
Summer Concert: Farmington Valley
8/8
Farmers' Market
8/8
Summer Concert: Blue Skies
8/15
Farmers' Market
8/15
Still Kickin' w/Big City Horns
8/22
Farmers' Market
8/22
Summer Concert: Rock Solid Alibi
8/29
Farmers' Market
8/29
Summer Concert: Personal Touch

Events

Tuesday Concert: Off The Record
Jul 23 at Windsor Town Green
Farmers' Market
Thursdays at 240 Broad Street
Summer Concert: RipChord
Jul 25 at Town Green
Farmers' Market
Thursdays at 240 Broad Street
Farmers' Market
Thursdays at 240 Broad Street
Summer Concert: Blue Skies
Aug 8 at Town Green
Farmers' Market
Thursdays at 240 Broad Street
Still Kickin' w/Big City Horns
Aug 15 at Town Green
Farmers' Market
Thursdays at 240 Broad Street
Farmers' Market
Thursdays at 240 Broad Street
Summer Concert: Personal Touch
Aug 29 at Town Green
Farmers' Market w/Ben Mueller
Sep 5 at 240 Broad Street
Farmers' Market w/Sean Murray
Sep 12 at 240 Broad Street
Marketing Madness
Sep 17 at The Bean@226
Main Street Matters
Sep 18 at 226 Broad Street
Farmers' Market
Sep 19 at 240 Broad Street
Farmers' Market
Sep 26 at 240 Broad Street
Farmers' Market w/Sean Murray
Oct 3 at 240 Broad Street
Heritage Brick Installation
Oct 5 at Central Street Brick Patio
Farmers' Market
Oct 10 at 240 Broad Street
Farmers' Market
Oct 17 at 240 Broad Street
Nightmare on Broad Street
Oct 31 at Windsor Center