This Sunday (27th) will be quite busy at the Codrington Farmers’ Market. The vendors will have vegetables galore (still plenty of corn), and Michael has local apples too. It would be a good time to get your supply of new-crop honey from Honey for You – so lovely in tea and coffee - andPatterson’s delicious maple syrup. School lunches are coming into our thoughts these days, so be sure to see Amanda at Rainbow Terrace for home-made granola bars, plus Jessica (The Bakery – Warkworth), Jen at Glover’s, and Faith at Roju Farms for lunch-box treats. These cool nights remind us that autumn isn’t far away – which usually means more cooking. Be sure to pick up pork, chicken, bison, and beef before you go home.
Chef Dorothy is also offering samples of a recipe featuring local products, with a theme of summer squash. Products are all available (along with the recipe) from our vendors.
It’s already the last Sunday of the month, so that means the Artisans are setting up shop inside the hall – and spilling out into the yard too. They have hand-made creations that will amaze you. Knitted sweaters and socks are not such a crazy idea now that the heat and humidity seem to have disappeared.
We are pleased to welcome the Brighton Library Pop-Up too. They are featuring a used book sale this Sunday. Here’s an opportunity to stock up on books for winter reading. There are lots of activities to engage children too.
Speaking of engaging children – this Sunday is FAMILY FUN DAY. Some of us have been waiting all summer for this! Bring the kids to play in the Bouncy Castle and enjoy other activities, while you relax at a picnic table with a cup of coffee and a snack, and listen to live music – this week featuring the ever-popular R&R.
It just doesn’t get any better than this! Plan to stay awhile. There’s lots to do.