Connecticut-grown flowers, fruits, vegetables, breads, fine cheeses,
herbs and specialty foods
Connecticut-grown flowers, fruits, vegetables, breads, fine cheeses, herbs and specialty foods in a setting modeled after outdoor markets in French villages. Come see who's new and visit old favorites.
2013 VendorsClick on their link to learn more about their products.
Big Nanny's Baked Goods
Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm
Meriano's Bake Shoppe
Howard's Bread LLC
Breakfast & Lunch
Giff's Original, LLC
Killian & Bassette Farmstead
Star Light Gardens
White Gate Farm
Old Lyme Ice Cream Shoppe
John O'Brien Nurseryman
Bureau's Sugarhouse kettle corn
Cold Goats Farm homespun yarn
Ekonk Hill Turkey Farm
turkey pot pies & other turkey products
The Farmer's Cow lemonade, iced tea, & milk
Joy Newton Designs
botanical prints, notecards, & linens
Nate's Naturals granola
Susan Parks Soap
homemade soaps, lotions, lip balms, & bug spray
Three Sisters Farms
honey, soaps, & beeswax candles
Vista Vittles dog treats & notecards
Yummy Hummy hummus & salsa
Everything Midsummer Festival
Old Lyme's Midsummer Festival is a town-wide celebration of the arts.
Festivalgoers may park at the Old Lyme Marketplace, Florence Griswold Museum, Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, Lyme-Old Lyme High School, Lyme-Old Lyme Center and Middle Schools, and Old Lyme PGN Library.
- Art Exhibitions & Sales
- Fresh Market
- Musical Performances
- Artisan Fairs
- Book Signings & Sales
- Domestic Farm Animals
- Hands-On Kids' Activities
A free shuttle bus travels between these locations from 9am to 3pm.
For a list of all the activities visit www.OldLymeMidsummerFestival.com
Old LymeFine Sterling and Copper Jewelry
Art Salad Studio
Jennifer Johnson, LisbonFused Glass Jewelry
Billie Tannen & Robert Nielsen, Brooklyn, NYClay Object with Swarovski Crystals
Clay Bodies Pottery
Pat Rist, BranfordPottery
Renee Sawyer, Newington Contemporary Jewelry
Angie Falstrom, LymeWatercolors and Stationery
Linda Davidson, ColumbiaSterling and Glass Jewelry
Why a Spoon?
Raymond Medeiros Jr.
Friday July 26
Find your spot along the Lieutenant River and enjoy the foot stomping, mind-racing bluegrass of Poor Old Shine
Generously sponsored by
Centerbrook Architects & Planners
Pre-order your Pick up your pre-ordered dinner between 6-8pm. Smoked, pulled bourbon BBQ chicken, crisp green beans with bacon, Café Flo coleslaw, buttermilk biscuits and peach and pecan galettes. Vegetarian option. $25.00 per person. Reservations at the Gourmet Galley website.
Gourmet Galley Dinner