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Kincardine Farmers' Market opens to huge crowd
By Liz Dadson

Home & Garden

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People gather around the new shelter, one of a couple being put up at the Kincardine Farmers' Market, located in Connaught Park, west on Broadway at the lake; the shelters are being built by proponents of the farmers' market

Warm, sunny weather combined with high-quality produce, drew a large crowd to the opening of the Kincardine Farmers' Market Saturday in Connaught Park.

The market, located at the west end of Broadway, at the lake, features locally-grown beef, chicken, lamb, vegetables, salad greens, honey, eggs, garlic, and berries, as well as home-baked pies, cookies, preserves, jams, jellies, pickles, relishes, fruit leathers, beeswax, candles, soaps, and fudge.

Also on hand are animal care products, bedding plants, fresh flowers, tea and fair trade coffee.

The Kincardine Farmers' Market runs every Saturday now until Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

For more information, contact Janice at 519-396-7518 or by E-mail at theark@bmts.com

To view a list of vendors at the Kincardine Farmers' Market, click here.

Joan Gillespie (L) sells two gourd birdhouses, made by her son, John, to Ella Searson of Kincardine

Dorothy Squires-Fraser sells some of her home-baked goodies at the farmers' market; she also has her goods available at the Monday Market in the Park at Victoria Park in downtown Kincardine



Thales Hunter (R), 9, and his five-year-old sister, Sappho, of Kincardine hold up some of the cookies they baked to sell at the Kincardine Farmers' Market Saturday morning


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