The last Farmers’ and Artisans’ Market of the summer season takes place this Sunday. It promises to be a good one with the start of the autumn foods like squash and pumpkin and seasonal produce from warm summer harvests.
While the start of winter market inside the Cannery is but a few short weeks away, the vendors setting up at the winter markets vary – some are from the summer while others are new – so stock up on fresh goods for your pantries while you can.
Take advantage of what the summer market has to offer and support the community.
Artisan vendors offer: wood carvings, fine arts, handmade kitchen wares and yard decoration, paper crafts, jewellery, and luxury bath and body products.
Food vendors offer: fresh produce, backed goods, gluten-free baked goods, chocolates, mushrooms, samosas, locally roasted coffee and more.
Join us for the last summer market this Sunday, September 30th, from 10 am to 4 pm in the Cannery parking lot and along Third Avenue and Moncton St.
While you are here, take a moment to participate in the Culture Days events taking place at the Cannery – scheduled behind-the-scenes tours of the Cannery as well as fish prints in the park.