Abbotsford Farmers' Market
We would like to introduce and welcome two new vendors this week:
“Ever June Handmade” will be offering an assortment of knitted heirloom quality bonnets, blankets, hair bows from repurposed fabrics.
“Wawa's Jams and Jellys” will be featuring jams and jellies and crocheted wash clothes and scrubbies.
We also want to note that the “Reach Gallery” is present at the Market this week. Visiting their booth will give a chance for market customers to learn about the many features and programming at the Gallery.
Our Entertainers this Saturday at the Market are the most popular, “Each Other” (Sylvain & Rochelle). Come and enjoy their vocal styling!
Berry Fest 2017 – 9:00 to 9:00 This Saturday
The 36th annual Berry Festival happens in the historic downtown core a one day festival running from 9 am to 9 pm.
Live entertainment includes The Fab Fourever, the most prolific Beatles Tribute Band in Canada, Shortly after their set, Sunee Dhaliwal, local Abbotsford comedian, host, and entertainer, will be on hand to deliver an intimate set to Abbotsford families, followed by popular country band Me and Mae, and finally, Big City Soul, a tried and true dance and funk band, will be closing out the day.
The Abbotsford Arts Council partnering with BerryFest to bring you their take on a true Artisan Market.
Lots more family-friendly activities to enjoy all day and evening.
There are hundreds of businesses to visit, peruse, and learn about in Downtown Abbotsford. Some businesses in the area have been around for over 50 years and new ones continue to pop up due to the incredible development. These businesses include great restaurants, which will be joined at BerryFest by food trucks spread out in the festival including local favourites The Bannock Wagon, Stolovaya Catering, Tubsters Donuts, Little Snowflake Factory, Lemon Heaven, Smiley’s Concessions, The Steak and Cheese Grill and Stix Ramen Bar (who you have been seeing at the Market and will be moving into the old Essendene Vacuums location on the corner of Montrose and Essendene).