Saturday, January 16, 2021

Farmers’ Market Has New Home For Christmas Markets

Staff

The Meaford Farmers’ Market is holding their annual Christmas markets again this year, and they have a new venue!

The markets will be held this year at the Meaford and St.Vincent Community Center, 151 Collingwood Street Meaford. There will be three market days – Saturdays, November 30, December 7 and December 14.

The markets will feature more than 25 vendors, offering a huge variety of produce and hand-crafted items. Look for knitted and sewn goods, jewellery, wooden crafts, Christmas decorations, wreaths, soaps and lotions, greeting cards, chocolates, children’s wooden toys, all kinds of baking, and much, much more.

These markets promise a great selection of those unique gifts and crafts that you are looking for. The Browns will be here entertaining us with their wonderful Christmas music, and coffee and snacks will be available. Come out to enjoy a wonderful community event and support all of our local artisans and farmers,” said market manager, Jennifer Pittet.

The markets run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. For more info, or to enquire about becoming a vendor, please call 519-538-3735, or visit their web site at www.meafordfarmersmarket.ca

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