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Market Day – Aug 10th
August 10 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Saturday morning will be a beautiful 24 degrees and sunny. So, why not spend it with us?! Join us for our weekly neighbourhood farmers market at the Junction Train Platform, 9 am – 1 pm to continue your celebration of summer with local food, music and community. You’ll find the freshest seasonal produce, tasty artisan goods, sweet entertainment, and other diversions.
Get your weekly local veggies, eggs, cheese, bread, honey, preserves, mushrooms and meat from our wonderful local farmers and food artisans: Bizjak Farms, de la terre bakery, Emily Rose Apiaries, Fiddlehead Farm, Fifthtown Artisan Cheese, Homegrown Produce & Flowers, Kendal Hills Farm, Oakridges Finest, Twin Creeks Farm, The Smoke Bloke, Willo’ Wind Farm,and Wheelbarrow Farm. Learn more about our JFM vendors on our website!
There are tasty treats for everyone to bring home or enjoy while you shop! This week, enjoy breakie by Dvourr or a sumptuous baked treat from Root Farm Baked Goods or Mittens Muffins! Pasta Tucci returns to the market with their fresh vegan pasta and sauces. Also, We-Hub presents “Made for You” meals offering dietarily-mindful specialties like their popular quiches. Pick up a delicious grain-free, gluten-free treat from Little Almond Baking. And, as always – your market-sourced picnic meal isn’t complete with out that special addition of Leaning Post Wines and Windswept Orchard Cider!
Be sure to sign up for our weekly market e-newsletter to hear about what’s on and what’s new for each Saturday market!
In the Community Corner….
Music to your ears –
Banjo George returns for an encore with his finger-pickin’ and sing-alongs at the Junction Train Platform this Saturday from 9 am – 1pm. We love having George and we hope you and the kids will come along to sing with us. He loves getting requests, so don’t forget to bring those with you, too!
At the Community Table –
Since 1974 Toronto’s Bloor West Village Players have produced both entertaining and thought-provoking theatre. As a non-profit group, it aims to offer professional production quality at a modest cost. An active part of our community, the Village Players provides opportunities for training and participation in all aspects of theatre. Checkout all that the VP’s have to offer at the Junction train platform this Saturday!