Vancouver farmers’ market set to warm up winter Saturdays

September 1, 2017 by  

The colder days of winter are on the way, and in Vancouver, that means it is almost time for fresh locally sourced food and a whole lot more at the Nat Bailey Farmers’ Market.

The market will feature fresh produce, meats, and seafood with a focus on those that have been grown or harvested in the local area. Along with all of this, there will be plenty more to see and do. Fresh bread and other baked goods will be on offer, and there will also be herbs, fresh flowers, hand crafts, art and a wide selection of other items. Branded labels and other packaging supplies for those who will be participating in this type of event can be supplied by a local printer.

While the pubic browses through all there is to see, they can enjoy a hot drink or a bite to eat from one of the food trucks and other mobile food and drink vendors that will be on site. Musicians will also be playing to keep the crowd entertained, and the whole event has been designed to be family friendly and fun for all ages.

The first farmers’ market will be held on November 4, and they will take place each Saturday until April 21. It will be located at 4601 Ontario St., and everyone is invited to come out and join in the fun.