Are you ready for another fantastic market day!? Join us Saturday at the Junction Train Platform between 9 am-1 pm for the freshest seasonal produce, artisan goods, sweet entertainment, and other diversions!
It’s Local Food Week! Help us celebrate the best of the best local food by supporting our vendors at the market. We’re proud to host vendors from nearby Southern Ontario towns, Toronto-area neighbourhoods, and within the Junction itself!
Once again, we have some exciting pop-up and rotating vendors joining us this week. Pasta Tucci returns to the market this season with their fresh vegan pasta and sauces. Malty & Hoppy Delicacy will have Ontario craft beer-infused artisanal treats. Better Bites Blvd is popping in with their 100% natural and vegan Guilty Pleasures desserts. A welcome encore to pop-up vendors, Little Almond Baking and their grain-free baked deliciousness, as well as, Leo & Co. Bakery with their 100% paleo, gluten-free, refined sugar free and dairy-free treats. Root Farm Baked Goods, is offering up tasty danishes, doughnuts + more! Leaning Post Wines will have their award-winning Stoney Creek wines to pair with your market purchases.
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In the Community Corner….
Music to your ears –
Roger Zuraw is an award-winning songwriter who will perform, among others, his Canadiana themed songs. Roger’s music has been featured on CBC Radio, BLUZ-FM with Danny Marks – a Jazz.FM91 programme – and a whole slew of radio stations throughout North America, South America, and Europe. His live performances include Nathan Philips Square, Harbourfront Centre, Palais Royale, and he always enjoys playing at the Junction Farmers Market.
Sing for Joy is an all-inclusive community of choirs in the City of Toronto. We welcome all voices, and require no singing experience – just a desire to sing with others. Our songs are learned by ear in the oral tradition of call-and-response, drawing from many cultures and backgrounds. We sing songs of many themes, including songs for courage, justice and joy.
At the Community Table –
Toronto Transit Bricks was founded by Trevor Parkins-Sciberras, a local historian and transit enthusiast from the West Toronto Junction. For the past 3 years, he has been promoting Toronto’s public transit history, touring the city with his display of Lego buses and streetcars, and will be sharing their transit themed lego creations this Saturday! Come chat with Trevor and check out his Toronto Transit history posters and Lego streetcar postcards for sale.