The Market, taking place from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m., will feature a variety of local goods for sale, a kids craft and activity, plus a cooking demonstration by Chef Paul Penney.
“After a great February Market, we are excited to see local vendors and shoppers fill the Summit once more,” said Canton Farmers Market Manager Tina Lloyd. “In this cold weather, we’re happy to provide a one-stop shop for all kinds of great local goods!”
Featured vendors at the Winter Markets will include: Agricola, Bobilin Honey, Cakes by Penny, Cellar Door Soap Co., Classique Gifts & Bakes, Crunch Granola, Farmington Soap Works, Good Times Kettle Corn, Grace Savory & Sweet, Jar Head Salsa, Jen’s Gourmet Dressings, Joe Sansonetti’s Kitchen, Kapnick Orchards, Lula Bre’s Sweet Eats, Paw-la’s Pantry, Prochaska Farm with Four Corners Creamery, Sarah’s Gluten Free Falafel, Qais Truck, Steinhauser Farm, U.P. Pasties and Zingerman’s Creamery.
Items for sale include honey, apples, cider, greens, sauerkraut, coffee beans, frozen berries, jams, granola, pasties, pot pies, sauces, marinades, salad dressings, artisan cheese & bread, a variety of baked goods, hand-crafted soaps, kettle corn, soy candles, falafel, salsa, pasture-fed meats (beef, pork, chicken), garlic, gluten-free baking mixes, dog treats and more.
Chef Paul Penney will be at the Market cooking and presenting on the topic of a healthy twist on comfort foods. Qais Truck will also be parked outside the Market to provide lunch.
The Market is also accepting donations of boxes of pasta or cash to support Canton’s Open Door Ministry. Thanks to cash and pasta donations collected at the February 8th Winter Market, Open Door Ministry will be able to distribute approximately 530 boxes of pasta to local families in need, Lloyd said.
For more information about the Canton Farmers Market visit www.Cantonfun.org under the Programs tab, or contact Tina Lloyd at email@example.com.
MEDIA CONTACT: Tina Lloyd, Canton Farmers Market Manager - 734/394-5375