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What's Fresh At Kitsilano - July 31

Produce

apricots, basil, bell peppers, blueberries, blackberries, broccoli, bok choy, carrots, chard, cherries, cauliflower, cucumbers, corn, eggplant, fennel, fresh herbs, garlic, garlic scapes, green onions, heirloom tomatoes, leeks, nectarines, new potatoes, mushrooms, patty pan squash, peaches, plums, radishes, raspberries, rhubarb, salad mix, strawberries, sunflowers, snap peas, sugar peas, tomatoes, turnips, zucchini, zucchini flowers

Top Picks

Tipsy Jill Cheese from Little Qualicum Cheeseworks

Plums from Klippers Organics

Blueberry Honey from Jane’s Honey Bee’s

Don’t Miss

Our Farmer’s Market Donation Station will be set up by the info booth. We will be taking in any food, market money or cash donations for the Kids Safe, a program that provides a safe place for marginalize children outside of school hours. Food donations help provide healthy meals for their summer program! For more information, please visit their website.

See you at the Market!

Get a complete list of this week’s Kitsilano Market vendors here.

Discover our five other summer market locations on our Markets Page.


What's Fresh at Mt Pleasant Market-July 31st

 

The Produce:

apricots, basil, beets, beans, bell peppers, blackberries, blueberries, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chard, cherries, cherry tomatoes, chives, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, garlic, green onions,  peaches,  plums, potatoes, radicchio, radishes,  salad mix, spinach,  sunflowers,tomatoes,  zucchini

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Vendors this week:

NEW! Georels:Artisan Bacon and Grass Fed Bone Broth

NEW! Living Lotus Food and Nutrition:handmade treats that are gluten free, organic, vegan and free from refined sugar

Don’t Miss: sunflowers from Warmerdam Flowers, getting your berries from Sull Farms and Fresh Quality Produce, peaches from Honest Food Farm and Rai Produce, organic tempeh products from Tempea Natural Foods, gluten free bread at The SmallFlower, bring your bottle for a Dickies Ginger refill!

 


Help us spread the word about your market… ask for a poster for your building or business or leaflets to hand out. Sign out a Mt Pleasant Market lawn sign and tell you neighbours about this great market!

Share your market finds @vanmarkets  #mountpleasantFM

Follow us on the Mt Pleasant facebook page

See you Sunday!!


CLICK ON UPCOMING SCHEDULES TO FIND COMPLETE LIST OF VENDORS

CLICK ON MT PLEASANT FARMERS MARKET TO FIND LOCATION DETAILS


What's Fresh at Trout Lake - July 30

The Produce

apricots, basil, beets, beans, bell peppers, blackberries, blueberries, bok choy, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chard, cherries, cherry tomatoes, chili peppers, chives, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, fennel, garlic, green onions, kholrabi, melons, pattypan squash, peaches, peas, plums, potatoes, radicchio, radishes, raspberries, salad mix, spinach, strawberries, sunflowers, tomatoes, turnips, wheatgrass, zucchini

 

Manager’s Picks

With so many beautiful tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers at the market, this week is a great one for a greek salad! Get your veggies from one of our many organic and non-organic farmers, some olives and olive oil from Dundarave Olive Company, feta cheese from Little Qualicum Cheeseworks and you’ve got yourself a delicious summertime meal.

 

Don’t Miss:

Alcohol vendors this week include Bomber Brewing, Artisan SakeMaker, and Wayward Distillation House. Crafters include Jacqueline Robins Ceramics, Royal Herbs organic bodycare products, woodworker The Wooden Forge, and jeweler Nancy Esworthy Designs. Our alcohol-makers and crafters only come to the market a few times a season, so visit them while you have the chance!

Find us in the north parking lot of John Hendry Park, just north of Trout Lake.

GET A COMPLETE LIST OF THIS WEEK’S TROUT LAKE FARMERS MARKET VENDORS HERE.

DISCOVER OUR FIVE OTHER SUMMER MARKET LOCATIONS ON OUR MARKETS PAGE.


What's Fresh Downtown - July 28

THE PRODUCE:

Apples, apricots, beets, basil, beans, bell peppers, blackberries, blueberries, broccoli, bok choy, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, chard, cherries, corn, cucumber, currants, eggplant, fennel, garlic, gooseberries, green onions, head lettuce, herbs, kale, kohlrabi, micro-greens, mushrooms, mustards, new potatoes, peaches, peas, plums, radishesraspberries, salad mix, spinach, strawberries, tomatoes, turnips, wheatgrass, zucchini

NEW VENDORS THIS WEEK:

Anderson Organic Farm – you’ll remember Anderson Organic Farm from the Yaletown market in May bringing in tasty strawberries! They’ll have more of those strawberries this week plus garlic, plums and cucumbers – all organic!

Tubify – joining us at the downtown farmers market for the first time this week. Stop by to cool off with a refreshing, small batch freezie made with all natural ingredients!

Twisted Hills Craft Cider Small batch organic cider produced from their own apple orchard in Cawston BC.

MANAGERS PICKS:

Beyond Bread will be adding coffee to their offerings this week. Pick up a late or a cold brew and stroll through the market or grab a pastry and sit and enjoy some live music from our talented entertainers Rob Forbs-Roberts and Jayne Trimble.

If you get as excited about what’s in season as we do then you’ll need to pick up some corn from Maan Farms, they only come to market monthly! Eat it right off the cob or make a corn salad!

Shopping for something for a summer guest or looking for a souvenir? Visit one of our crafters that make handcrafted jewellery and pen and ink line drawings of heritage buildings in Vancouver.

HELP SPREAD THE WORD!

Help the market grow by spreading the word to your colleagues, neighbours and friends! Stop by the information tent and pick up a poster and some leaflets to hang up in lunchrooms, elevators, lobbies and community boards.

Visit us on the Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza (650 Hamilton St.) Thursdays, 2pm-6pm

Like us on our new Facebook page: Downtown Vancouver Farmers Market

Get a complete list of this week’s Downtown Market vendors here.

Discover our five other summer market locations on our Markets Page.


What's Fresh at the West End July 30th

PRODUCE:

apricots, beans, beets, blackberries, blueberries, broccoli, cabbage, carrots, chard, cauliflower, cherries, cherry tomatoes, chives, corn cucumbers, fennel, onions, garlic, garlic scapes, head lettuce, nectarines, peaches, peppers, radishes, raspberries, salad mix, snap peas, strawberries, tomatoes, zucchini

NEW VENDORS THIS WEEK:

The Smallflower is new to the West End Market this week. Stop by their stall to check out their line of 100% gluten free artisan breads and other baked goods!

TOP PICKS TO CHECK OUT:

Pick up some corn on the cob from Maan Farms, cool down with a Johnny Pops fruit popsicle, and grab some colourful peppers from Hill Top Farms!

DON’T MISS:

Evo Car Share will be on site this Saturday offering market shoppers free memberships and 30 minutes of driving time…make sure to stop by their tent!

Inside Green, a Vancouver-based project that connects people through the stewardship and gifting of houseplants, will have 50 plants to give away to the first 50 shoppers that visit them on Saturday! Read more about the project here.

OUR LOCATION:

1100 Comox St on beautiful Nelson Park!

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GET A COMPLETE LIST OF THIS WEEK’S WEST END FARMERS MARKET VENDORS HERE.

DISCOVER OUR FIVE OTHER SUMMER MARKET LOCATIONS ON OUR MARKETS PAGE.