It was a brisk one at the City Market this morning! I was up early for once to help ring in the market today. Representing the Downtown Edmonton Community League (DECL), I rang the opening bell along with Heather from the City of Edmonton’s Waste Management.
Ringing in the market with Heather
Though the fall chill was definitely in the air, the sunny skies still made it a pleasant day to walk the market aisles.
Early on at the market
It’s also without a doubt one of the best times of year to pick up fresh, locally grown produce!
Pumpkins from Sundog Organic
Beets from Sundog Organic
Leeks from Sundog Organic
Carrots from Sundog Organic
Broccoli from Sundog Organic
Kohlrabi from Sundog Organic
Celery from Sundog Organic
Fennel from Sundog Organic
Tomatoes from Greens, Eggs and Ham
Baby leeks from Greens, Eggs and Ham
Ornamentals from Kuhlmann’s
Brussels sprouts from Kuhlmann’s
Squash from Kuhlmann’s
Kale from Kuhlmann’s
Adorable tabletop pots from Kuhlmann’s
Bell peppers from Doef’s
Eggplant from Doef’s
Asian apple pears from Steve & Dan’s
Apples from Steve & Dan’s
Grapes from Steve & Dan’s
Cabbage from Riverbend Gardens
Potatoes from Riverbend Gardens
Cauliflower from Riverbend Gardens
Squash from Riverbend Gardens
I’ll be back at the market next week selling memberships for DECL – come stop by and say hi! There are only two more chances to enjoy the outdoor market (October 5 & 12) before the City Market moves indoors to City Hall on October 19.