The Collingwood Farmer’s Market opened this past weekend for its 11th season! Running every Saturday from 8:30am to 1:00pm in the municipal parking lot at Second and Pine, this farmer’s market is a raging success.
Eating a 100-mile diet is easy when you shop at the Collingwood Farmer’s Market, as the vendors are all local, selling produce, baked goods, crafts, artwork and more. With over 40 vendor stalls, there is something for everyone at the market. Think about fresh maple syrup, peameal bacon on a bun, butter tarts, local cheeses and wines. You’ll also be able to get a great selection of artisanal products including beauty, crafts and other food items.
The market also plans to hold many special events like live music, children’s performers and activities and various demonstrations. You won’t want to miss a week of this great market.
Running until October 13th, the farmer’s market runs for 20 weeks, with the exception of the Elvis Festival weekend.
Reviewers of the Collingwood Farmer’s Market have rated it as outstanding and a great resource in our community. A review received just yesterday on TripAdvisor about the 2016 market said that there are so many fresh foods, herbs and organic products. That reviewer also loved the alpacas visiting the market! Besides that, reviewers say there is a great selection of homemade jams, baked good, plus fresh meats and vegetables.
Head down this Saturday and bring your reusable bags or bins for all your goodies!