The St. John's United Church November Noel is this Saturday, November 21st, 9:30-1:00

It's not just a fun morning to meet your neighbours.  Many of the local food-producers and growers from the market will be there (Wray Creek, Stonefields, Fickle Fig, Bernadette), and they'll also be featuring a Chili lunch — meat and vegetarian options; Baking:  cookies, muffins, Christmas baking, jams and jellies; a Tea Room, Crafts - and the Thrift Shop will be open.  
There's no better place to kick-start your Christmas spirit, and stock up on great things to eat, wrap - and enjoy for yourself!!



Thank you to all our loyal and new customers, and a huge thank you to the vendors who came out whatever the weather (and, like the tip of the proverbial iceberg, most of whose hard work takes place in the 6 1/2 days a week that we don't get to see)!  Kudos too, to our volunteers - whether they came for one market or all of them - the market could not exist without their help.  

We'll also be posting information about agriculture-related events in our area, so keep an eye out for those - agriculture everywhere needs us all to support it!





On the Vine:
North Saanich Farm Market News


Thanks to all who purchased tickets on the raffle to raise funds to support the North Saanich Food for the Future Society and the market (and of course, to Sandhu for his very generous donation!).  We're pleased to announce that CLARE VIPOND'S name was drawn at our final market.  There was a lot of interest and excitement over the season, and we hope to do a similar raffle next year!



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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