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The next market is Sat. July 4th.  

Fickle Fig's honey sold out last week, but we're hoping for more!  We'll keep you posted on fruit at the market (is it possible that strawberries are over already?!), but we're sure to have blueberries from Oakwind and raspberries and tayberries from Sol Farm. Echo Valley has black currents and Bernadette has marionberries, so there will be lots to choose from! Bright and beautiful flowers are plentiful at the market now, and Bernadette, Al from Ardmore Gardens and Ashley from Deep Cove Canning have the most spectacular bouquets.  As well, Captain Pete will be back with salmon, prawns and maybe some halibut, Fickle Fig has chicken and pork, and we hope to have Country Wools' lamb products.  And then there's the produce: too much to list here, but suffice to say... there's lots and it's the best!  (The list of what all our vendors are bringing is under "read more" below.)  Which treats to buy from our bakers will be, as always, the hardest choice to make, and the crafts are delightful.  Our musician this week is JENNIFER LOUISE TAYLOR, who's performed many times at the market and is always a popular draw.


: » READ MORE for a list of vendors and what they'll be bringing to market


On the Vine:
North Saanich Farm Market News


377 Wain Road, 1:00 - 4:00

Our annual fundraiser in Phoebe Noble's garden is back!  Join us on Sunday, July 5th, from 1:00 - 4:00 to stroll the beautiful garden, which has been maintained, and enhanced, by Phoebe's daughter Sandra Holloway.  

Download the posterOur entertainer this year is Jennifer Louise Taylor, and wines from Symphony Vineyard will be available at a no-host bar in the garden.  As well, local artists Sandhu Singh, Keith Levang, Stephanie Steele, and Liam Singh will be creating and displaying their art throughout the garden - and Judy McLaren has just been added to our list of incredible artists!

Come and talk to Sandra about her amazing high-yield, no weed vegetable garden, sip some wine, and spend a relaxing afternoon  - all while helping the North Saanich Food for the Future Society raise funds to continue to try to protect and support local agriculture.

Tickets are $25, or $20 for members, seniors and students; available at Russell Nursery, Dig This in Sidney, at the market, or by calling 250-656-3054.


Local award-winning watercolour artist SANDHU SINGH has very generously donated a painting created especially for the market to be raffled as a fund-raiser for the North Saanich Food for the Future Society.  Tickets are are $5.00 each or 3 for $10.00, available at the market - look for them at the Community Table each week until Thanksgiving!  We'd like to also give special thanks to Germain Taylor for donating her time and expertise to create a custom frame for this wonderful painting!

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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