The Willimantic Food Coop's annual Downtown Country Fair is always a fun time. This year promises to be the best yet, as the Coop has joined forces with the Willimantic Farmers Market (Connecticut's longest-running farmers' market) and moved the fair to Jillson Square - which is located at the corner of Jackson St. & Main St. in Willimantic.
To see a list of vendors, click here.
Vulturetown Arts is helping out with organizing the music. Check out this year's line-up:
10am - Between the Borders (students studying at Waldrons Studio 88)
Emma Smith sings a few songs with piano accompaniment from Waldrons Studio 88
11am - Weather Permitting (that's their band name - from HARTT School of Music)
Bob Bloom of Drumming About You leads a hands on workshop for fair goers
12pm - Echo Uganda (East African folk songs and dance)
Will Hare and Friends play traditional Irish tunes (off stage location)
1pm - Collins and Bradley (guitar duo Jack Collins and Ed Bradley performs their versions of your favorite songs)
Will Hare and Friends will play some more traditional Irish tunes (off stage location)
2pm - My Gay Banjo (progressive folk duo perform beautiful originals)
3pm - DJ Sir Round Sound (David Freeburg, dance party to end the day, spinning funky soulful 45s from his amazing record collection)