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What’s at Trout Lake – Oct 3

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It’s October!

‘Tis the season for changes, and we’re seeing lots at Trout Lake. Here’s a quick list of who you don’t want to miss this week:

Last week for these vendors:

  • Soban Organic Farm at Yarrow Ecovillage: Soban brings the best kimchi you’ve ever had, and organic vegetables to boot. Not to mention his black garlic!
  • Trudy Ann’s Chai & Spices: Trudy Ann’s teas are so delicious and she imports the spices for her blends herself – only the best for the market!
  • frostbites: Peggy’s syrups are delightfully handcrafted and always something special to serve your favourite people
  • Quality Oak Accents: Louie’s got the technique to prevent split wood cutting boards – ask him!
  • Bean Boy Creations: Last chance to get Kevins’ hummus at Trout Lake this year – we suggest you stock up until the Winter Market

First week for these vendors:

  • Cranberry Meadows: Must be close to Thanksgiving! It’s time to pick up your locally-grown cranberries from Jamie and his family
  • Water Witch Herbs: She only makes a couple appearances per year – ask Maryann how best to use her hand-harvested dry herbs and salves
  • Spread ‘Em: Make sure to try some of Mellisa’s dips – they taste delicious with everything…

Winter Markets are coming!

Trout Lake goes until October 24 and then we divide into the Hastings Park Winter Market (Sundays, starting November 8, 10am-2pm at the PNE) and Nat Bailey Winter Market (Saturdays, starting November 7, 10am-2pm at Nat Bailey Stadium). There’s just one weekend off in between!

Did we mention it’s Member Appreciation Day?

See you at the market!


Click here for this week’s schedule and market map

For location information, check out the Trout Lake market page