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Market Day – Sept 14th
September 14 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
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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, Emily Rose Apiaries, Kendal Hills Farm, Oakridges Finest, Twin Creeks Farm, Spade and Spoon, 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, and a baked treat from Root Farm Baked Goods. Recently featured in Edible Toronto Magazine, check out Windswept Orchard Cider and be sure to ask Fiona about their kombucha! Bolo Soups premiers this week bringing us vegan and vegetarian selections; Roasted Pumpkin Apple and Thai Green Curry soups, accompanied with de la terre bakery breads. Returning favs, We-Hub presents “Fusion Fit Foods” offering their specialty protein balls created from fresh and local ingredients. And, we welcome back Real Empanada with their delicious baked pockets of goodness!
In the Community Corner….
Music to your ears –
Auld Book and Dusty Socks This bass and guitar acoustic duo simply describe themselves as two good friends who love making music together. Come out and enjoy their tunes this Saturday, 9 to 1pm at the Junction Train Platform!
At the Community Table –
This week, we welcome Toronto Clothing Repairathon! Bring your favourite clothing items in need of a little TLC to the Train Platform. Their talented volunteers will get to work at bringing new life to your wardrobe favs by repairing tears, zippers or perhaps a lost button! You’ll be helping Toronto Clothing Repairathon achieve their goals of:
- To promote and enable maintenance and repair; in general, and of clothing in particular.
- To encourage the teaching and learning of repair skills
- To reduce waste and keep clothing out of the garbage
- To encourage people to value their clothing
- To increase the social acceptance of wearing repaired clothing
- To build community
- To have FUN!