Tonight – Check out Juno-nominated, Sundar Viswanathan, a jazz woodwind player and singer at Jazz In The Park. Presented by the Danforth Mosaic BIA, you’ll find music from 6 – 9 every Wednesday at the Coxwell Parkette at Coxwell and Danforth.
Tomorrow – The East Lynn Farmers’ Market was featured in the Toronto Star earlier this week as part of it’s round up of great farmers’ markets.
I also want to offer a big mid-season thank-you to our volunteer chefs. Each week volunteers chop, slice, saute and simmer some amazing meals for our far-flung farmers. It’s no small task to cook dinner for all these folks, but they so appreciate a home-cooked meal since they’re driving through the lunch and dinner hours to come to our market. Thank you! This is a huge part of what makes our market a special place to be.
This week at 4:30 – come check out Sports Day with Jack of Sports. Bring your running shoes and join the Jack of Sports team with all kinds of sporting activities!
DECA Learns – Canning
Mark your calendars, the next canning workshop is August 18th for the delectable delights of plums and pears. Tomatoes, salsa and pickles are September 14th. 7:30-9:30 p.m. at the Danforth Mennonite Church (2174 Danforth). $5 donation suggested. No experience required. RSVP to Mary-Margaret McMahon at 416-693-9276 or firstname.lastname@example.org or at the DECA tent at the market.