By Gisele Shaw
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 7:45 pm ·  0 Comments
Shop local and find fresh, seasonal produce, flowers, baked goods and locally made food and products at the Oakville Farmers’ Market in Centennial Square (120 Navy Street), part of the Town of Oakville’s Summer Cultural Connection, every Saturday, rain or shine, from Saturday June 6 until Saturday October 31 from 8am until 2pm. Visit www.farmfreshmarkets.ca for more information.
“Visit the Oakville Farmers’ Market at our new location in Centennial Square,” states William Blyleven, Oakville Farmers’ Market founder. “There is something for everyone at the Oakville Farmers’ Market. We feature Ontario grown fruit and vegetables, flowers, organic soap, healthy baby food, wine and much more!”
Pick up large-pot perennials and hanging baskets for your garden at the Oakville Farmers’ Market. Stock up on fresh Ontario-grown asparagus, beans, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, cucumber, strawberries, cherries, lettuce, mushrooms, peppers, radishes, spinach and tomatoes. Check when your favourite fruit and vegetables will arrive at Oakville Farmers’ Market on the ‘Ontario Produce Availability’ chart at www.farmfreshmarkets.ca.
“Download our FREE Farm Fresh app for iPhone, iPad and android devices at www.farmfreshmarkets.ca, found on iTunes and Google Play, and keep your shopping lists, for the market and the grocery store, right on your phone,” adds Blyleven.
Oakville Farmers’ Market vendors include Blyleven Farms (vegetables and fruit), McNiece Fruit Farm (vegetables and fruit), Thames River Melons (vegetables), Alderbrook Farms (apples), The Flower Lady (fresh cut, seasonal flowers), Stockman Soap Works (organic, natural soap), Fressy Bessie (healthy food for babies and children) and Pillitteri Estates Winery (wine).
For seasonal updates on vendors, produce and product availability, visit www.farmfreshmarkets.ca and follow the Oakville Farmers’ Market on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OakvilleFarmersMarket and on Twitter @marketfarmfresh. Eat fresh and shop local at Oakville Farmers’ Market!
Downtown Oakville will come alive with cultural events and activities every Saturday from June to October at Oakville’s new Summer Cultural Connection featuring the Oakville Farmers’ Market, creative cultural programming, weekend recreational events at Lakeside Park and a series of exciting pop-up events related to monthly themes of recreation, sport, culture, and heritage sponsored by Union Gas. For more information on the Summer Cultural Connection, visit oakville.ca.
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