Farmers’ Market abuzz with activity

Under sunny skies and with warm temperatures, the Farmers’ Market hosted by the BIA in Port Elgin was abuzz with activity on Wednesday (July 18).

Open air Farmers’ Market a popular summer spot

With more than 30 vendors selling wares that ranged from jewellery to wood carving, jams and jellies to tie-dye clothing, there was something for everyone as people strolled through the market.

(L) Anne Judd of Bruce Dale Press and one of her published authors, Michael O’Neill

Author Michael O’Neill now has his latest book in large print thanks to Brucedale press – available at Brucedale Press tradewriter1@gmail.com & Lucknow Home Hardware

Located on Green Street, closed to traffic, the market has become a popular summer experience for both local residents and visitors. Held each Wednesday, visitors never know what they are going to find.

Song Rider, George Arthur and Sharon Burnside entertained

Song Rider began as a Canada 150 project.  George Arthur packed his guitar on his motorcycle and rode and sang his way through the four original provinces.  He’s performed in parks, markets, pubs, clubs, wineries and car shows from Peggy’s Cover to the ferry to Prince Edward Island and on Parliament Hill,  He rode 123 days and logged 13,500km performing 150 shows.  On Wednesday, at the Farmers’ Market he and wife, Sharon Burnside, entertained visitors.