Billings Forge Community Works added 2 new photos — with Christopher M. Trotta and Diane Perry at Kitchen at Billings Forge.

Happy lunch customers at the Kitchen today! Pictured here with Baker, Mayra!
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Happy lunch customers at the Kitchen today! Pictured here with Baker, Mayra!

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Ronda KaplanLunch was so delish today - love that chicken curry and had fun at farmers market too!!

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Berry Season! These blueberries are from Sweet Wind Acres from East Hartland, CT. ... See MoreSee Less

Berry Season! These blueberries are from Sweet Wind Acres from East Hartland, CT.

First 24 customers get a #buyctgrown bag! ... See MoreSee Less

First 24 customers get a #buyctgrown bag!

Farm to Table Dinner

Billings Forge Community Works invites you to our completely reimagined 9th Annual Farm to Table Dinner.

This year, our signature event will include food and drink booths that showcase our initiatives and turn the staid gala design on its head. It’ll be an evening filled with members of the Greater Hartford community, spectacular food & wine, and will be one of the year’s best opportunities to give back locally. Come ready to celebrate local food and our city, and rejoice in our impact together. Purchase your tickets today!

Farmers Market

Summer Market (June-October)

Thursday, 11:00am – 2:00pm, on the Green

Winter Market (November-May)

Thursday, 11:00am – 2:00pm, in the Studio – 563 Broad St.
No Market on November 26th
No Market on December 25th

Why I Give Campaign

Behind every act of generosity, there’s a story!

Whether you’re inspired by individuals faced with daunting barriers remaking their lives; great memories of Farm to Table; our work at alleviating hunger in Hartford, or are just excited about the great work happening at Billings Forge Community Works, your reasons for supporting BFCW have an impact. Check out our newest giving campaign with testimonials from some of our most engaged community members. And if these contributors’ experiences resonate, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to our food access and job training programs and sharing your reason(s) for doing so on social media with the #WhyISupportFoodForGood hashtag.