Oh my goodness! So many reasons to visit the Codrington Farmers’ Market this Sunday, 10 - 2. Did I mention Luscious Local Strawberries? Just imagine that first bite. And have you ever tried Kohlrabi? It’s the best veggie to use as a dip with hummus. Yes, we have hummus too. There are also wonderful selections of lettuce, baby greens, radishes, asparagus, kale, garlic scapes, and many more vegetable offerings.
You can also pick up delicious baked goods, along with local honey, maple syrup, bison products, beef, chicken, and pork. Check out the great assortment of flowers and plants. You will also find crafts, soaps, dried herbs and tinctures, and refashioned clothing created by Candice. Empire Cider will be there, along with eggs, cheese, and hydroponic tomatoes.
Plus, this is the 4th Sunday of the month, so that means an Artisan Marketplace happens inside the hall during market hours. Visit Angela, the Warkworth Chocolatier, Dotty with her delicious sauce, and Danielle who has fabric arts and knitting – along with many others. No admission charge, of course.
Enjoy free coffee under the canopies while listening to live music. It’s a great way to spend part of Sunday.
Please have a look at our Canada 150 celebration poster. We’re having an Ethnic Food Sampling inside the hall on July 2 during market hours, plus other events.