Only one day left until the season opening of The Paisley Farmers’ Market.
COME FOR BREAKFAST !!
Once again we will be serving a hot breakfast every morning in the same booth where you will get fresh baked bread and other treats. (Ken & Sandra Ransome)
Other vendors we expect are. . .
Angus Horst from Horsts Greenhouse with an amazing display of flowers.
Andrew Martin will be bringing his asparagus. Supply is limited so get here early.
Paul Martin with Maple Syrup and Preserves.
David Weber will be bringing his pasture raised meats – chemical free
Donna Douquette will be bringing specialty breads, jams, buttertarts, jellies, pickles and pies.
Michelle Trendyle from the Rural Gardener will be bringing tomato plants, herbal arrangements, catnip mice, rhubarb pies, and frozen pesto.
Francis Phillipi will be bringing his handmade wood creations, so bring a little extra cash. Perhaps your property needs a new bat house or bird house.
A new vendor Cheryl Toohey will be bringing her specialty baking so come and check it out.
We expect that Pine River Cheese will join us tomorrow. This is a new adventure for us and we are very excited.
A new vendor Wayne Shantz will be bringing handmade goat soap and other unique items.
THE BAD NEWS:
We are wishing all the best to Rachel Robertson from Highlands of Paisley. She has been in Peru since August and has fallen terribly ill. Perhaps her brother Liam will be with us until Sarah returns with Rachel. We are all very concerned about Rachel’s wellbeing.
There will be no fish at the market tomorrow because Summer Company students are only allowed to work June 28 – Sept. 1. Don’t worry. It will be worth the wait. Perhaps one of the other vendors will be a representative until we can get that going a bit earlier than June 28.
Rapheal Keyzer will not be coming this week but if you are looking for rhubarb it is ready out at the farm (Keyzers Fruit Farm). It is important that you get strawberries and blue plums this year. Because of the early spring (early blooming) followed by 15 nights of frost, there will be very few cherries, apples or pears produced in Bruce County this year.
The great news is that we are expecting perfect weather and a large turnout tomorrow. We can’t wait to see you there!