Centro Garden Farmer’s and Local Foods Market

20oct9:00 am12:00 pmCentro Garden Farmer’s and Local Foods Market

Event Details

Every Sunday 9am-12pm — ’til end of October!

Parking off John Street.

This year we have most of our amazing vendors from last year plus a few changes and additions. Check the list and come back to see new vendors as well as exciting foodie adventures we’ll be hosting throughout the summer.

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NEW VENDOR!

Blossom Bakery — Jordan
Jackie Troup from Jordan has quite a reputation for her gourmet flatbreads prepared with local veggies, fruit and artisan cheeses — all featuring seasonal flavours. She has also got quite a following for her sticky flatbread as well as incredible cookies, fruit crisps, scones and prepares seasonal fresh salsas.

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Regular Weekly Vendors:

Vandenbroek Farms — Campbellville:
Locally & sustainably farmed, soon to be organic certified vegetables
– asparagus, tomatoes. peppers, herbs, english cucumbers, potatoes
– more as season progresses

Farm to Table Meats – Burlington
Damian Wills, forager, scours the local area for organic and hormone and pesticide free meets as well as sundries.
– natural beef and game
– Saboris Latinos salsas and dips

The Wandering Locavore
Leslie Edwards, forager, brings local delicacies plus her own preserves.
– fresh Ontario and Quebec cheeses
– preserved vegetables
– charcuterie

Terra Teas – Hamilton
Ethical, organic, child labour free teas
– Organic loose leaf teas

Babalink Farms – Flamborough
Patricia Kozowyk brings a weekly harvest of fresh fruit, herbs, edible flowers & more.
– organic produce

Rudy’s Paletas – Hamilton
Clare Pearson and her Latin American Ice Pops (Paletas)

Tamp Coffee Co. – Burlington Downtown
Jimmy Zereneh brings his incredible hand poured coffee experience.

Gibbs Honey – Dundas
Russell Gibbs, 4th gen local honey farmer brings his sweet harvest when available — sells out fast!

Grain Revolution Breads – Guelph
Dave McRea is a mythical baker in Guelph that is restoring our faith in local sustainable grains.
– bread
– cold pressed and unfiltered olive oils

Blackberry Bob – Beamsville

Centro Market Table
This season we’ll pull out our own tables and feature local products from farmers who can’t be there themselves starting with…
– Maple syrup from Deerfield Farms — North Burlington
– Ravine Vineyards canning — St. David’s Niagara
– Featherstone Farmers organic soaps — Lowville, Burlington
– Dillon’s Distillers Bitters — Beamsville

More information to come on vendors — check back here regularly.

Location:
437 Brant Street, Burlington Downtown
In Centro Garden Parking off John Street.

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Help The Market

The market needs your help. This is what you can do:

1. come shop it, hang out, enjoy it, have a coffee, take some time

2. tell people about it — this is critical for the market’s success — help us let everyone now it’s here and get people to visit and support their downtown culture and community

Communicate

Please talk about the market on facebook and twitter. Be sure to use the @dtburlington handle as well as the #dtburlmkt hashtag. We will soon launch a dedicated website for the market but until then, please return to this page for vendor lists

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Time

(Sunday) 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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