Autumn Is On Its Way! Come out Saturday morning to celebrate all the goodness that a farm market brings to the neighbourhood! Join us for our weekly 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.
Enjoy Market Day treats while you shop or bring ’em home to delight! Get your hands on Dvourr Chef Camillia Mayer’s lux eggs benny or french toast affair! And, you definitely deserve a treat from Root Farm Baked Goods. Bolo Soups brings us vegan and vegetarian cozy soup selections, served up with de la terre bakery bread n’ butter. And, we welcome back Real Empanada with their delicious baked pockets. Check out what pop-up vendor, Leaning Post Wines, has featured! Be sure to ask Nadia about the best wine pairings with your market-sourced meal! Let’s Craft It! is back with their natural soaps and detergent in the spirit of JFM’s GO Green campaign. Nagesh is also toting Georgian Bay honey, honey comb + spreads this week. Yum!
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 –
Roger Zuraw is an award-winning songwriter who will perform, among others, his Canadiana themed songs. His live performances include Nathan Philips Square, Harbourfront Centre, Palais Royale, and he always enjoys playing at the Junction Farmers Market! See Roger at the Junction Train Platform this Saturday, 9 to 11am!
Toronto Sons Music is back with their piano and violin duo this week! See this dynamic duo at the Junction Train Platform this Saturday, 11:00 am to 1 pm!
At the Community Table –
The West Toronto Junction Historical Society is a non-profit, charitable, volunteer organization within the Annette Street Library that celebrates the rich and complex history of the Junction neighbourhood. To their credit, they have compiled a report of Indigenous history and documented the railway and other significant local histories, extensively. Check out all our curious history with Helen at the Community Table this Saturday! And, keep up to date with WTJHS by liking their Facebook page!