June to October 2019 | Thursdays | 3pm to 7 pm |
DECA founded the East Lynn Park Farmers’ Market in 2008. DECA volunteers continue to support its growth and overall success, including hosting face painting, kids crafts, cooking for the farmers, running kids activities and a variety of other events, such as live concerts and movie nights.
If you are interested in volunteering at the market, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to sponsor DECA’s fun activities and live entertainment at the market, please click here.
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Our Farmers & Vendors
AUSTIN’S FRUIT & VEGETABLE – Asparagus, Peppers, Tomatoes, Sweet Corn, Eggplant, Winter Squash, Pumpkins, Strawberries, Raspberries, Apples, Plums, Pears, Peaches, Garlic, Cabbage, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Peas, Honey.
GODELIE FAMILY FARM – Corn, Strawberries, potatoes. “Because my kids, my friends & my community consume what I grow, I am committed to ensuring its safety,” says Gary about his produce.
ONTARIO WINE: This year we’ll see a rotating selection of Ontario wines for sale and sample. Wineries confirmed for 2016 are:
- 13th Street Winery, (St. Catharines, Ontario)
- Flat Rock Cellars (Jordan, Ontario)
- Tawse Winery (Vineland, Ontario) and
- Creekside Estates (Jordan, Ontario)
- Chateau Des Charmes (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario)
- Stanners (Hillier, Ontario)
MEADOW SWEET FARM: A certified organic farm based on Markham-Stouville area offering four season vegetable, herb and mixed livestock.
ROYAL ROSE GARDEN – Fresh from his farm in Princeton, Ontario , the Ugrnov family bring us spring and summer cut flowers, yellow beans, green beans and blue berries.
SCHOOL GROWN – Part of FoodShare’s schoolyard farming project, School Grown employs students running urban market gardens. Their produce will change depending on the season, but radishes, peppers and a variety of greens are regular items.
SECRET LANDS FARMS – Dairy products
SUN-RAY ORCHARDS – “We’re a family owned and operated farm that now spans four generations. Today we grow a variety of tender fruits, berries and vegetables on 225 acres,”
In addition to the farmers, a number of local food vendors will be at the market with ready-to-eat goodies.