September and October bring the sale of bottle local VQA wine to the market for the first time ever. It's all part of a provincial pilot program this year. Nice eh? So, let's welcome the fall, indulge your inner wine connoisseur and come on up to check out some lovely wineries we got lined up - rotating roster see below.
FYI Bottled wine purchased at the market is not to be consumed in the market area and/or in park in accordance to by-laws. Evidence of such may well jeopardize the pilot program and/or market by doing so. Please drink responsibly.
Thank you for your cooperation and come buy wine! Support a local VQA winery, who are farmers too! The perfect opportunity to enjoy a local wine with your locally sourced meal ingredients from your local farmers market - can't get any better than that!
Visit our dedicated website, friend us on facebook and following us on twitter@tbfarmersmarket is the best way for on the day notifications.
Sept. 2 - Norman Hardie Winery - PEC
Sept. 9 - Stanners Winery - PEC
Sept. 16 - Southbrook Winery - Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada's first organic & biodynamic certified winery & vineyard
Sept. 23 - Broken Stone Winery - PEC
Sept. 30 - Stanners
Oct. 7 - Southbrook
Oct. 14 - Broken Stone
Oct. 21 - Stanners
Oct. 28 - Southbrook
The Trinity Bellwoods Farmers' Market is in it's 8th (wow) season that we started on May 6th, 2014 at 3pm. We go rain or shine, with a rain being mother nature's fav this spring! But, not to worry, weather can only get better. Harsh winter has pushed produce back a bit. Just keep coming and you'll watch the beauty of tables filling up.
The vendor line up is now full and closed for the season. Emails will not be returned promptly, please be patient. Thank you..Visit our dedicated stie, www.tbfm.ca for list of vendors and other market info. Trinity is a food focused farmers market proper, we do not consider non-food vendors.
Follow us on twitter @TBFarmersMarket and of course there's the facebook page, Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market. Please follow us on twitter, it's the best way to get on the spot info on what's on the vendors tables. Be the first to know when fruit comes in, or perhaps when our speciality oyster shucker pops up, what vegies arrived or to let you know what seedlings are there. And....shhhh....the occasional sale!
If you are interested in volunteering for the 2014 season, please contact us via this website or visit www.tbfm.ca for more info. Check out 'About the market' tab as well.