Don (Cranbrook Farm) is making Chaga tea again. It’s good for you – lots of antioxidants. Also good for you are products from Honey for You, and Hawley Gardens. Be sure to pick up some delicious frozen meals from Kingsholm Farms, and yummy peameal on a bun and desserts from The Bakery. Have you tried the sausage from Century Game Park or Glover’s? The Dorland family will be there with frozen beef too.
Nice extras at the Market include cheese, eggs, muffins, and hydroponic tomatoes and cukes from Glover’s, mushrooms from Derick, and “ferments” from Andrew.
As always, Tina will be offering great snacks and beverages, and the Lions Club of Brighton will be preparing burgers, dogs, and fries. Annie will also be at the Market with 8 varieties of her amazing wood-fired bread. She sells out quickly, so come early.
Please remember that the Codrington branch of the Brighton Library (inside the hall) is open every Sunday during market hours. This week the Friends of the Library will be selling tickets for an amazing wagonload of products. The Brighton Library is undergoing expansion and renovation, and there are many items needed that will not be covered by the funding. Please support the Friends.
We have live music for your enjoyment, and picnic tables under a canopy. See you Sunday.