What’s at Trout Lake – Oct 3
‘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!