Saturday August 17th

Celebrating or entertaining with friends and family this weekend? Why not stop by the Market Saturday from 9-2 and pick up some goodies to go with. From appetizers to main course and veggies to dessert one of our vendors have you covered. And don’t forget next Saturday the 24th is our 1st annual Corn Roast with free a free cob of corn for our guests. Any questions you can always call 613-292-1219 for more information.

Saturday August 10th

Did you know that according to researchers people have been eating corn since 7000B.C. Luckily you don’t have to wait that long to get some fresh local sweet corn. Stop by this weekend and pickup some for yourself. As always Market runs 9am-2pm every Saturday.

Saturday August 3rd

Hard to believe it’s already August. As the season moves along it brings more fresh local produce and it’s even getting close to fresh corn on the cob season. Honey is now in season as well and Tony and Marissa from Masa Farms are here on a regular basis now with their local selections. We are also pleased to have Spence Scharf here this weekend provide live music for your enjoyment, and as always Lori from Tanglewind Eats will have the BBQ fired up to serve you some yummy eats!

Saturday July 27

We’re looking at another great weekend for our Farmers’ Market. We’ll have a great selection of vendors this week with everything from bread and baked goods, meat and produce, fresh honey and a wide variety of crafts and handmade items. Lori from Tanglewind Eats will have the BBQ fired up with some delicious eats. Also at the farm this weekend is a live parrot show, check out the info ….

Saturday July 20th

Another great week for our farmers’ Market. As the summer rolls along we’ll have more fresh local produce as well as a wide variety of other great items from baked goods to books and craft items to protein. As always Lori from Tanglewind will have the BBQ fired up. This week we will also have Los Tamalitos’s serving up hot Tamales.

Saturday July 13th

The Barrhaven Farmers Market

A Farmers Market on a Farm!! Saturday 9am-2pm

Live Music and BBQ

Free Parking and there is NO admission to shop at the market! Come out and enjoy the small town feel in the middle of the city!

Free Strawberry Shortcake

This Saturday July 6th we will be hosting our annual Strawberry Social. We will have fresh strawberries from Foster Family Farms and cake from The Midnight Baker (both vendors at the market weekly). So come out and grab a free piece and check out the market. As always we will have an assortment of vendors from baked goods to crafts and meat to local authors. Market is every Saturday from 9-2.

Saturday Farmers Market

Drop by the Farmers Market this Saturday, with a variety of local vendors with truly amazing products. The Market is a great venue for fresh local food, this weekly event can foster a feeling of community. Where else can you meet the person who grew your food? Maybe you’ve been a regular, or perhaps you’ve never attended your local market. It’s not too late to make a weekly market run your new habit!

Take the time to look at every booth, enjoy the atmosphere, slow down your pace just a little to take it all in. Every farmer and artisan have a story. Take time to listen and engage in a conversation. Some have just begun their business, while others have sold products for years. The stories are endless. Ask questions. This is your food, and you need to understand where, how, and why it was grown. It can be an amazing privilege to meet the farmer who grew your food. 

Your dollars will support your local economy and local families. Prices may be lower than the supermarket since the middle-man is eliminated, but they may be higher if the farm is small or the product specialized. Remember the product is locally grown, fresh, or handmade. Many harvest the morning of the market.

Farmers Markets rely on word of mouth. Encouraging words and a purchase will go a long way to help your market thrive. 

Have some fun and challenge your family to try one new item from the farmers’ market every week. If you don’t know how to prepare something? Just ask. When was the last time you tried something new? Try out the Market this Saturday!!!

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