St. Patrick’s Day Pre-parade Party at the Farmers’ Market!
9:00am – 1:30 pm
Guest Artisans, Fabulous Food, Cookie Decorating, Games, Photo Booth, Free Draws.
Busking is a longtime honoured tradition at Farmers’ Markets and tomorrow, March 17th, we will have live music!
Our favourite songster/guitarist “Mr. D” will be joining us and performing a collection of Celtic tunes.
We welcome “Mr. D”!
This week’s Market Cafe Fundraiser:
Enjoy Jim’s Homestyle Baked Beans, P.W.Y.W.
We will be at Market!
Baked on the Hill: Healthy baked goods made local with plant based whole food ingredients.
The Broken Kettle Bakery and Barkery (Barnaby’s Treats): Offering Treats for people: Artisan Pretzels, Desert Breads, & Cinnamon Buns, and of course a few of the favourites, Butter Tarts, Brownies, Cookies, Muffins, Pies and Seasonal Baking. And handmade treats for Dogs: No preservatives, no unnatural ingredients.
Butchers to Go: Quality raw dog food and marrow bones.
Dem Flaming Candles: Candles made with natural products using palm wax and eco friendly soya wax and essential oils, diffusers, gel candles with fun embedded figurine and handmade wood and metal candle holders.
Elishka Farm: naturally raised – grass fed goat, lamb, beef, rabbit, organically grown seasonal fruits and vegetables, herbs, spices, wild mushrooms, plants, preserves, natural artisanal soaps (goat milk, honey, sea salt etc.) and skin products.
Food Activated: dehydrated and fermented food creations including: raw chocolate, produced herbs & spices, sprouts, nut cheeses, nut milk, breads, crackers, granola, lunch items.
Hill Top Crafts: Essential Oil Bracelets, Crochet Pocket Scarves and Beautiful Photography in card form or larger prints.
Jim’s Homestyle Baking: Sweet treats, cookies, cakes, squares, tarts and fruit pies.
Kevin’s Ice Cream: homemade ice cream with different natural flavours.
Kyan Culture: A local business growing micro greens. Micro greens are young vegetables younger than baby greens but older than sprouts. They are a great source of protein and micro nutrients, and come in a variety of flavours from sweet to spicy. Added to to salads, sandwiches, soups, smoothies or even just snacked on, they add a sparkle of fresh flavour that complements our great Winter comfort foods.
La Bergerie des Sables: Dairy sheep artisanal cheeses, yogurt, kefir and sourdough breads baked at the farm by Louay.
The Lochiel Loaf: handmade artisan breads, focaccia, breadsticks, Swedish cardamom buns, corn muffins. Against the Grain: home grown blue corn meal, and barley product.
Misneach: A line of Celtic inspired bags including pouches, tote bags and body bags. Misneach’s creations are lovingly handmade one at a time. Tweeds and tartans are sourced directly from Scotland. Canvas, tweeds, tartans, quilting cotton and leather are combined to create charming pieces.
McCaigs’ Honey: local award winning honey, bees wax candles, royal gelee, skin cream, bee pollen.
Olsthoorn Farm: garlic powder, local endive.
Pleasant Corner Gardens: Fabulous Garlic and Potatoes!
Rotis and Rolls: Srimathie Peris will be at Market with her delicious rotis, samosas, chutneys and spice mixtures!
Tanya Royer Crochet: Handmade crochet items for all ages including hats, messy bun hats, beanies, scarves, infinity scarves, seals, cowls, coffee mug cozies, headbands, blankets, newborn photo props, slippers, mittens owl hats and more!
Trillium Meadows Red Deer and Wild Boar Farm: Red deer and wild boar meat, deer antlers.
Meet you at the Market Café
“The Coffee’s on”