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NEXT MARKET:  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 20th (4 markets left!)

09:30-12:30

A great dinner starts at the North Saanich Farm Market!

Harvest time on the Saanich Peninsula!  The winter squash are moving to centre stage, but there are also lots of greens (kale, chard, spinach), veggies (carrots, beet, broccoli, tomatoes), pears and apples, local mushrooms, flowers in every shade of autumn glory, and beautiful baking  To showcase our vendors and their amazing products, the North Saanich Food For the Future Society will be raffling a MARKET BASKET, with the draw at our final market, October 11th.  Check out the list of products contained in one of Bert's local willow baskets in ON THE VINE (below).

 This week's musicians: RURAL AMBIENCE; our featured Plein Air Artist: LIAM SINGH; this week's Learning Table: NORTH SAANICH RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

DON'T FORGET, THE MARKET RUNS UNTIL THANKSGIVING, SAT. OCTOBER 11th!

CLICK ON "READ MORE" FOR THE GROWING LIST OF OUR SEPTEMBER 20th GROWERS, BAKERS, and CRAFTERS:

 (NOTE: many of our vendors have their own websites, blogs and FaceBook pages - please take the time to click on their links and find out a bit more about them!): » READ MORE

On the Vine:
North Saanich Farm Market News

WIN A MARKET BASKET!

We're showcasing the work and products of our market vendors with a raffle of a basket stuffed with goodies!  The draw will take place at our final market, on Saturday, October 11th.  Proceeds from the raffle will benefit the North Saanich Food for the Future Society and our efforts to support local agriculture, local growers, and our community.  Tickets are $5.00 each, or 3 for $10.00 and are available at every market until the moment of the draw! Click on "read more" to see what you'll find in our harvest basket! Read more »

Becoming a Market Vendor or Volunteer

Our market is focused on supporting agriculture and food production on the Saanich Peninsula.  We`re currently looking for new growers and food vendors to serve healthy food at the market.  Read more »

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