Thomas Walsh took Yvette, Barb and me on a hike in Panne.
What's up at the Codrington Farmers' Market by Liana Palmer:
Tomorrow – Sunday – is the last chance to visit the Codrington Farmers’ Market this season. Stock up on garlic, squash, potatoes, etc. for the winter. It’s time to make comfort food for those cold evenings. You will find that Empire Cider goes well with those meals! And what could be better than honey or maple syrup in your cup of tea. Crispy apples and home-made granola bars make great evening snacks. Stock your freezer with baked goods, beef, bison, pork, sausage and chicken, and you’re all set to hunker down for the winter.
Just to make your Christmas shopping easier, there will be an Artisan Market going on inside the warm hall at the same time. You will find quality woodworking, jewellery, paintings, hand-knit Icelandic sweaters and mittens, and much more. There is no charge for this event and it takes place during market hours: 10 – 2.
The food trailer will be there, along with free coffee in the covered shelter. If the weather allows fingers to play instruments, we’ll have the pleasure of listening to the Brighton band under the direction of Terry Denyes.
The vendors really want to talk to you one more time!
Collage by Melanie Harrington
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Tomorrow at Codrington Farmers' Market by Liana Palmer:
There is no rain in the forecast for the Codrington Farmers’ Market tomorrow (Sunday) so just put on some warm clothes and visit our local vendors. They need to talk to people so their teeth don’t chatter! There is still lots of produce available and it’s a good time to pick up stocking stuffers like honey, maple syrup, hand-made soap, Empire cider, and more. Look for comfort food from the bakers; enjoy free coffee; tap your feet to the live music; and stop at the food trailer for wonderful brunch items. The last market date is October 30. You can get more information on our Facebook page. We appreciate your ongoing support. It’s what powers us.
Collage, like always, by Melanie Harrington.
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