We are back in East Lynn Park on Thursday, June 3, 3-7pm. This year we are a small but mighty market, with seasonal veggies and fruit, pies, danishes, bread, wine and beer!
Here is our vendor line-up for the season:
|Hiveshare -honey, candles, and other bee products (cash or card)|
|Cedar Hedge Farm -organic veggies and plants (cash only)|
|Sun-Ray Orchards -berries, apples, veggies, baked goods (cash or card)|
|The Back 40 : Cut flowers such as peonies, gladiolas, dahlias and sunflowers. (cash or card)|
|Dundas Park Kitchen -savoury and sweet pies (cash or card, away in July)|
|Fisher’s Field garlic: We specialize in garlic using only small scale natural farming methods.
(cash or card)
|Fred’s Bread: At Fred’s Bread, all of our products are all natural, made without additives or preservatives.
|Mad Mexican Food We make real Mexican food, and we create, experiment and have fun with our relaxed wholesome food. At our plant, we manufacture the unforgettable Mad Mexican guacamole, salsas, tortillas and artisan nacho chips. (cash or card)|
|Oys Joys -cookies, donuts, danishes (cash or card)|
|Flat Rock Cellars -wine (cash or card)|
|Left Field Brewery Left Field Brewery is a small, community-minded, family-run brewery that brews a series of baseball-inspired full-flavoured beers. (cash or card, alternating weeks)|
|Muddy York Brewing Co. An award-winning small batch brewery in the East York area of Toronto that makes fresh, local craft beer.(cash or card, alternating weeks)|
In June and July, we handed out a newsletter promoting local businesses and providing a kids’ activity. If you are a local business interested in contributing, please email email@example.com. Here are the past weeks’ newsletters:
And for the rest of July/August, our friends at Say it With Crayons have provided these “Affirmations” colouring sheets. You can drop off your old crayons for recycling with them at the market DECA tent and pick up a fun page for the kids (or yourself!)
2020 Market in review
What a whirlwind 4 months it’s been! – Starting in June, we took a market that couldn’t happen in the park and found creative solutions to get the food from our farmers to our neighbours all summer long! It was a lot of logistics, troubleshooting, laughter and a tonne of fun.
Thank you to Yuri Fraser, our Farmers’ Market Ontario market manager, for working on the ground and behind the scenes to manage the huge task of vendor logistics.
Thank you Rebecca Green for finding our market a home and for your fearless leadership of our DECA volunteer crew.
Thank you to the team of DECA volunteers of all ages who emptied trucks, sorted orders and delivered each week.
Thank you to The Danforth Mennonite Church for being a temporary home to our weekly market sorting.
And finally, thank you to all our faithful, weekly customers. You braved the wacky online ordering process to not only support our farmers each week, but raise much needed funds to help our local seniors through The Neighbourhood Group.