BRUNSWICK – At 9 a.m. Saturday, the season will open for the Brunswick Farmers Market.
Organizers of the local produce market have arranged for live music, children’s activities, prizes, regular vendors and representatives from various local organizations. The children’s computer class, Brunswick Hackerspace, will be represented.
The farmers market will operate from 9 a.m. to noon every Saturday through September in Railroad Square next to the MARC station at 100 S. Maple Ave.
Details can be found on the farmers market website, www.brunswickfoodforest.org; Facebook page, www.facebook.com/BFoodForrest; or from Jonathan Spurrell at 860-672-5156 or email@example.com.
— Patti Borda Mullins
Color Me Spring Festival to feature arts, crafts
MIDDLETOWN – The Color Me Spring festival in Middletown on Saturday will offer arts and crafts for sale and more at its seventh annual celebration.
The spring festival will host more than 50 arts and crafts vendors, said Pam Dietrick, president of the Middletown Recreation Council, which sponsors the event. Participating vendors include one who will offer garden art made out of forks and spoons. Another sells items made out of vintage jewelry.
Attendees can also get a bite to eat and listen to music. Dietrick said the musical guests are local high-schooler Samantha Johnson and Copper Canyon Bluegrass.
Children can partake in the Enchanted Forest Scavenger Hunt, in which they can search for hidden coins and earn prizes. They can also play on five inflatables, with the proceeds from those activities benefiting Middletown’s Girl Scout troops, Dietrick said.
The festival will take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday at Middletown Community Park. More information can be found at www.middletownrec.com.
Memorial Park construction underway
MYERSVILLE – Construction for the town of Myersville’s Memorial Park at Trolley Station has begun.
The ground has been dug up at the site in front of the Old Town Diner. While digging, contractors have found some railroad tracks but not much of importance, Town Manager Kristin Aleshire said at a council meeting.
There will be paths that lead to the back of the park toward the businesses, shaping into the letter Y, with a fire siren monument where the paths meet in the center.
The town purchased the land from the Myersville Volunteer Fire Company to make the park.
— Brandi Bottalico