Squamish Farmers' Market
Good afternoon Market Subscribers!
We hope you have been enjoying the sunny weather we were blessed with this week, and are looking forward to cementing your routine of stopping by our dear farmers market each Saturday again this summer. Of course, as always we’ve got a superb vendor line-up planned for you this week.
We have several new vendors joining our market community this week, and we'd all like to give a big welcome to them:
Ace Curries to Go will have a food cart set up this week to cook your lunch with their famous natural spices and sauces; a true taste of India’s finest!
Minttu Fibre Arts is an expert macrame and weaving artist who makes stunning home decorations and wall hangings.
Raw Earth Remedies produces a five-star cure to that (now avoidable!) B.O. we all face in the hot summer months with their all-natural cream deoderants.
The Meabd Meadery produces fine, culturally historic sparkling meads. Did you know?? Mead is the oldest alcoholic drink known to humankind! It is made by fermenting honey with water and various fruits, spices, grains or hops.
Of course, we’ve got enough for all your other shopping niches this week too. Pick up a hand-made journal to record all your upcoming cherished summer memories from Manishi’s Journals. Get your bread staples from Rising Knead and Whipped & Beaten. Find unique soothing tea bleands at Trinity’s Tea, and satisfy your sweet tooth at Cacao Now or Maples Sugar Shack. Finally, get your vitamins and minerals from this weeks’ farmers! Stony Mountain Farm will be selling her farm-fresh free-range eggs, and you can find your weekly veggie supply at Nutrient Dense Farm.
When you’ve got all your goods together, you can share your munchies while enjoying the tunes of Sarah Holden, our musician of the week, while learning about how to plant, split, and divide Perennials at our Monthly Whats-at-the-Market Presentation by the Squamish Gardeners.
This final market of April is going to be so much fun; however we’d like to remind you all that indeed it is still April, which means you shouldn’t let the summery weather of the week deceive you. It’s supposed to cool off by tomorrow, so please be sure to dress for unpredicatbale (and possibly chilly or rainy) weather!
I can’t wait to see you all there tomorrow!
Squamish Farmers Market Association