What’s Fresh at Trout Lake – Sept 10th
Walla walla onions, Green beans, Bell peppers, Fingerling potatoes, Garlic, Eggplant, Cabbage, Kabocha Squash, Yellow watermelons
We’ve got a vendor we’re seeing for the first time this week: Poplar Grove Hazelnuts. Peter and Elizabeth Andres in Agassiz have been selling organic hazelnuts at the market since 1997. They are coming out of retirement after a battle with blight that decimated their hazelnut trees and others across the Lower Mainland in recent years. Welcome back!
This week is the last for Applebarn Pumpkin Farm. Love their produce? Find them at the Mount Pleasant and Downtown markets until October 2nd, when the Mount Pleasant Market turns into a fall wonderland complete with hay bales, or consider visiting their farm for u-pick apples, a corn maze, and lots of fun for the whole family.
Survey September is underway at the Trout Lake Market – help us develop our markets by telling us about yourself! Each week we’ll have different questions so be sure to stop by and complete our dot survey.
CSNN (Canadian School of Natural Nutrition) will be bringing their wealth of nutritional knowledge to the market. Find them at the West entrance for activities and advice!
Buskers from the Accordion Noir Festival will be serenading market visitors in the afternoon. Get a taste of the festival with Duo Finelli (Seattle) and the guitar player, accordionist and percussionist from Magic in the Woods (Pemberton).
Find us in the north parking lot of John Hendry Park / Trout Lake.