January 20, 2018
Week two of Garden Days is upon us! Visit the market to pick up free tree saplings from Green Legacy, outfit your decks/porches with beautiful hanging plants.
We have much local produce available this week. Greens, cucumbers, asparagus, hot peppers and herbs. Visit Parker Family Farms, Nith Valley Organics and Vandenbroeks Family Farm to see what individual selection each of these lovely vendors have.
In addition Parker’s will have fresh cut flowers as well! Oh, and rumour has it that Nith might have Strawberries available for the first time this season!
We will have two new vendors joining us this week. Wanderoot Craft Cider will be joining us for the first time to sample their delicious alcoholic Cider. Visit http://wanderoot.ca/ for more information. Bubble & Fizz feature handmade luxury bath products. Stop by their booth to enter to win a $20 gift certificate!
Puslinch Soccer players, don’t forget to come into the market to get your free soccer snack and bottle of water. This week drop by Appetizingly Yours who will be working together with Burrs & and the Bees honey!
Produce Vendors: Lincoln Mushroom farm, Nith Valley Organics, Parker Family Farm,Vandenbroek Family Farm
Meat, Cheese & Eggs: Top Market Meats, Wa’s Kobe Dogs
Prepared foods: Aberfritter Snack Co.,Lovin’ Oven Bakery & Confections,Tigchelaar Apple Farm – Just a Cup coffee
Baked goods & confections: Appetizingly Yours Events & catering, Lovin’ Oven Bakery & Confections, Sweet Temptations Cupcakery
Craft Cider: *NEW* Wanderoot Craft Cider
Jams, sauces, spices & honey: Rootham Gourmet, The Burrs & the Bees, The Mortar & Pestle Spice Shop
Soap & Bath products: *NEW* Bubble & Fizz, The Mortar & Pestle Spice Shop
Crafters & Artisans: Creative Canvas Paintings, Garden Makeovers, JWare Pottery, Kristal Kreations
The Aberfoyle Farmers’ Market is located on the Optimist Recreation Centre rink surface (behind the Puslinch Library) at 23 Brock Road South in Aberfoyle, Ontario. Open Saturdays from 8am to 1pm. Visit us and taste the difference local makes.