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Market Day – Oct 26th – Only TWO Markets To Go!
October 26, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Come out Saturday morning to celebrate all the goodness that Farmers’ Markets bring to the neighbourhood! Join us for our weekly farmers market at the Junction Train Platform, 9 am – 1 pm to continue your celebration of the season 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, Fiddlehead Farm, Fifthtown Artisan Cheese, Kendal Hills Farm, Oakridges Finest, Robinson Bread, Spade and Spoon, Twin Creeks Farm, Willo’ Wind Farm, and Wheelbarrow Farm. Learn more about our JFM vendors on our website!
Enjoy Market Day treats while you shop or bring ’em home to delight! Get your hands on a neighbourhood-famed breakie sandwich by The Urban Swine. Get cozy with Bolo Soups‘ vegan and vegetarian homemade soup selections served up with de la terre bakery bread n’ butter. We welcome Real Empanada back this week with their delicious baked pockets. In the spirit of JFM’s GO Green campaign, Let’s Craft It! returns with their natural soaps and detergent, as well as Georgian Bay Honey honey, honey comb and spreads. Better Bites Blvd is popping in with their 100% natural and vegan Guilty Pleasures desserts and popular preserves.
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In the Community Corner….
Music to your ears –
Toronto Sons Music is back with their piano and violin duo this week! See this dynamic duo at the Junction Train Platform this Saturday, 9 to 11:30am!
Matthew Patience studied Classical Music and Spanish Flamenco at York University. In his spare time, he builds virtual reality games, creates 3D printed gadgets and composes songs to share his love of music. 11:30am to 1pm, Matthew will be showcasing Classic Hits from the 70’s & 80’s, and alternative rock from the 90’s & 2000’s.
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.