Strawberry Moon Farmers Market

First Annual Strawberry Farmer’s Market 2024

In June we celebrate our Strawberry Moon here in Mashantucket.

Join us on Saturday, June 15 from 11am-3pm at the Pequot Museum for our first annual Strawberry Moon Farmer’s Market, a sweet treat to kick-off to summer that unifies and showcases indigenous and non-indigenous farmers, crafters and culture for a family-friendly day full of activities.

Throughout the day we will offer programs and events that provide important information about eastern woodland culture and lifeways.

Admission to the marketplace is free!

Schedule Of Events

11 AM

Yootay Singers 

Corn husk craft table

12 PM

Story time

Native Games –
Hubbub Game
Hubbub Craft – DIY Hubbub Kit

Hannah Ocuish info

1 PM

Pre – Contact Tour

Native Games- 

Hubbub Game
Hubbub Craft – DIY Hubbub Kit

Paint & Learn

2 PM

Strawberry Plant Giveaway

Corn husk craft table

Native Games– 
Hubbub Game
Hubbub Craft – DIY Hubbub Kit

Resources & Downloads

If you are interested in becoming a vendor fill out the below application. Native and non-native vendors are welcomed!

Please send applications to –


Strawberry Moon Farmers Market

Mashantucket Pequot Museum & Research Center

110 Pequot Trail,

Mashantucket, CT 06338

Frequently Asked Questions

No, access to the Strawberry Moon Farmer’s Market is free to the public. The market will be located on the Terrace on Level 3 of the museum.

Access to the museum’s exhibits on the lower levels (Level 2 & 1) require paid admission.

Guests with a Pequot Museum membership have full access to the exhibits.

No. The museum cannot hold or store food items purchased from the Farmer’s Market.

Yes, parking at the Pequot Museum is free to all guest. Guests can park in the large (lower) parking lot across from the museum.

No, we invite vendors from the native and non-community to be part of the event.