Applefest weekend is upon us, and as a proud member of the Municipality of Brighton, the Codrington Farmers’ Market is celebrating too. Please join us on Sunday, 10 – 2, for so many reasons:
. Of course – the fantastic fresh produce, frozen meats and meals, baked sweets and savouries, sausage, maple syrup, honey, and many other wonderful products
. Annie’s wood-fired bread, this week featuring Pumpernickel Rye, Caraway & Onion Rye, Chipotle Green Olives, Cranberry Walnut, Rustic White, Cheddar & Green Olive, Multigrain, and Thor’s Spent Grain. Annie will be getting up at 2:00 a.m. to bake these beauties for you, and you should plan to get to the market early to snag some.
. The Big Red Fire Truck will be waiting for eager young folks who want to sit in it and get their pictures taken – wearing the fire hat the fire fighters are handing out.
. Chef Dorothy will be at the Market sampling a Maple Apple Upside Down Cake that is not to be missed. She’ll give you the recipe and you can get the ingredients at the Market.
. The Artisan’s Marketplace is happening inside and outside the Hall (no charge for admission). These creators bring their own products which will certainly delight you.
. The Codrington Monday Artists Group will be displaying their artwork inside the hall. If you have an interest in joining this laid-back friendly group, be sure to chat with the artists. There is no charge for the Monday meetings.
. Marie Melodie (the right name for this artist) will provide live music.
. If you missed the 5K Applefest run in Brighton, you can tool around the Walking Trail that is adjacent to the Farmers’ Market.
. The Codrington branch of the Brighton Library is open during Market hours. Lots to do there.
. Our local vendors love talking to customers. Please come out and meet them, grab a snack, find a picnic table, and have a coffee on us!
(For those who have been asking, the Codrington Farmers’ Market is open outdoors through October 28, and then inside the adjacent hall every Sunday in November. Same hours 10-2)