Farmingville, NY – -In the latest hopeful sign that things are returning to normal, Councilmember Jonathan Kornreich celebrated the re-opening of the Three Village Artisan and Farmers Market on June 3 at the Three Village Historical Society (TVHS). Councilmember Kornreich (left photo, first row, second from right) and Linda Johnson from Chocology Unlimited (left photo with scissor) worked hard to curate and organize an incredible roster of farmers, chefs, craft-makers and many other interesting and enticing vendors, including live music. Also pictured is Suffolk County Legislator, Kara Hahn (left photo, first row, fourth from right). The right photo shows attendees enjoying the music and conversation. In addition to providing space for vendors, the market made room for exhibits from local community organizations such as the Four Harbors Audubon Society, Town of Brookhaven Department of Recycling and Sustainable Materials Management and Cornell Cooperative Extension to round out the experience for visitors.
Councilmember Kornreich commented, "I encourage residents to stop down any Friday from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm to the Three Village Historical Society at 93 North Country Road in Setauket. The market is open until October, and you’ll definitely find something to make your day more delicious.”