City Market Report: Week 3

The chilly and overcast weather definitely seemed to affect the usual early morning crowds at the City Market today, but it was clear the spirit of the vendors was undaunted!

City Market

City Market

Queen of Tarts

The Queen of Tarts had a beautiful spread, as usual

Like last week, we unfortunately didn’t have much time to spend at the market due to another engagement, but half an hour was enough to pick up the necessities for the week. There were lots of green vegetables to be had (and in the next few weeks, more to come!).


Green peppers from Doef’s

Gull Valley Greenhouse

Thai basil from Gull Valley Greenhouses

Greens, Eggs and Ham

Red mustard from Greens, Eggs and Ham

Green Valley Farm

Lettuce from Green Valley Farm

Edgar Farms

Asparagus from Edgar Farms

Although the weather wasn’t optimal, it turned out to be a great day for music at the market – there were three separate acts to enjoy!

Martin Kerr

Martin Kerr, one of our favourite market buskers

Samantha Schultz

Samantha Schultz, one of our favourite local singers

P.A.L.S. was also on hand today with a book sale to support their literacy programs.


P.A.L.S. tent

Be sure to check out the market next week; it’ll be a great gateway to the other activities going on downtown on Saturday – the Pride Parade, and of course, the Al Fresco Block Party. See you on 104 Street!

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