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Christmas Farmers’ Market on Dec 7

When: Saturday, December 7th. 1-5pm Where: Meaford Hall Gallery, Sykes/Nelson Over 20 vendors presenting fine crafts, fine art, fine food & great gifts! Special free magic shows at 3pm featuring “Caesar the Perrenial”

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Spring is here – Summer can’t be far behind!

The Meaford Farmers’ Market held its AGM recently and selected the following officers for the 2013 market season.  Left to right: Judy Shield, Director, Marion Boyd, Vice President & Secretary, Lisa Early, Connie Kellner-Miller, Lucas TeVelde, Directors, Richard Elzby, President,

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Al Sheayer Catering
rajab19842@gmail.com
Syrian Foods

Anton Komar
226-662-0223
On-site shiatsu massage

Barefoot Gardens
519-378-8770
Greens, herbs, seasonal fresh veggies - tomatoes, peppers, beets, carrots, parsnips, zucchini, squash, pumpkins, cucumbers, beans, peas, celeriac etc. Pasture-raised chicken and turkey, homemade chicken and turkey pot pie, seedling plants (tomatoes, peppers, herbs).

Bell's Edge Farm
226-991-0083
Signature garlic butter, field herb and garlic butter, maple syrup butter, honey and cinnamon butter, raspberry butter, strawberry butter, coffee butter, garlic scape and almond pesto.

Bohdonna Blay
905-868-0315
Ukrainian decorated eggs (pysanky) - ostrich, rhea, goose, brown and white chickens, hand-crocheted blankets and throws, assorted sizes dishcloths & various hand/machine sewn items.

Cottage Country North Preserves
519-379-9423
Preserves including: jams, jellies, chutney, relish & pickles

D-D Meats
705-435-5781
Cured Meats

Forger Creations
905-376-5076
Copper work jewellery, sun catchers and home and garden decor.

Fran Wensley
frannyrw30@gmail.com
Breads & foccacias using her own garden produce as toppings.

The Garden
519-538-4368
Fresh cut herbs, fresh cut flowers, garlic, herb and perennial plants, herbal crackers, pesto and hummus.

Georgian Hills Vineyard
519-599-2255
VQA wine

Half Moon Creations
519-261-0845
Handcrafted soaps, bath and body products, laundry butter

Howells Fish
519-534-0850
Fresh, frozen and smoked fish. Whitefish, Lake Trout, Perch, Pickerel, Rainbow Trout and Salmon.

Hypertufa by Dan Edwards
705-429-5663
Hypertufa garden and patio planters

Ken's Krunchy Pickles
519-538-2386
Pickles, pickled beets, tomato salsas

Lena Landei Country Culture
519-270-2418
Naturally-grown vegetables, herbs, preserves (jams, pickles, chutney, relish and salsa), seeds, freezer lamb and lamb skins.

Mary Fothergill
519-538-0918
Homemade fudge

Maxwell Acres Ltd.
519-372-0604
An assortment of fruits and vegetables

Miners Maple Products
519-376-7907
Maple Syrup & Maple Products

Minnekhada Art Studio
519-599-3817
Cherries and pears in season, guluten-free rice krispie squares, date and nut loaf, shortbbread, preserves, chutney, paintings, jewelry, art cards and painted rocks.

Mojo's Fee-Good Food
519-377-6206
Specialty baking and desserts for a range of special diets, made from locally-grown fruits and vegetables in season, and a variety of locally-produced ingredients. Meat-free chef-prepared appetizers, main dishes and side dishes for dairy-free, wheat/gluten-free and many other diets.

Janice's Kitchen Cupboard
5193878699
Appetizers, scones, carnival food, beaver tails, fritters, candy apples, fries, snack foods, specialty desserts, needlework and woodcrafts.

Nancy's Knitting
519-538-9819
Knitting

Rallis
519-370-8750
Organic olives & Ice-pressed olive oil.

The Red Brick House
519-373-4567
Swiss chard, green onions, 12 varities of garlic, shallots, strawberries, beans, flowers, gourds, pumpkins, cheese scones, gourmet mustards, garlic, pepper and wine jellies, garlic powder, smoked garlic, garlic pesto and pickled garlic.

River Sewing Company
705-607-1248
Ladies clothing made from recycled t-shirts

Sail Restaurant and Catering Company
519-538-0202
Fish and chips and other food items.

Soulshine Kitchen
705-444-3896
Fresh pressed juices, homemade artisanal Kombucha (fermented tea). Prepared foods, with most items being raw, vegan, and with produce grown at Sunrise Organics. Gluten-free baking includes: muffins, cakes, macaroons & cashew cheesecakes.

Sugar Sweet Farms
705-487-5152
Asparagus, beans, beets, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cucumbers, corn, fiddle heads, kale, leafy greens, leeks, onions, peas, peppers, pumpkins, radishes, rhubarb, spinach,strawberries, swiss chard, tomatoes and watermelon.

Sunnyside Honey
519-538-2995
Honey, liquid & cream, comb, flavored honey

Sweet Delights Pastries
519-538-3735
Squares, cinnamon buns, cookies, cakes, loaves, cupcakes, pastries, turnovers and more!

Trailblazers
705-957-2203
Heirloom cut flowers, fruit leathers and dried fruit, feather jewellery, wrapped stones and crystals, lockets, feather art, smudge supplies (sage, sweetgrass, abalone shells, smudge fans and feathers).

Turtlebuddies
519-538-3271
Homemade chocolates