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We have a group of students from Lakehead University joining us tomorrow and they will be selling horse manure as a fundraising effort for their group. Perfect timing to get that garden in shape for the season ahead. Thomas of The Waffle Bar offers delicious waffles on a second level and Rob from Northern Unique Catering has a tasty selection of a local breakfast you can choose from to begin your day at the cafe on our main level. With two floors of over 80 vendors dedicated to keeping it local we invite you to stop by and say hi every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Belluz Farms is offering an unique and easy way to grow your own mixed salads. You can get 3 or more harvests from every city garden mix planter. Simply harvest, eat and repeat. Stop by and say hi to Kevin or Jodi every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm and check out the local goodness Belluz Farms has to offer.. ... See MoreSee Less

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If you are seeking something a little out of the ordinary or a little unique you will probably want to stop by and say hi to Valerie on our second level. Head Acre Farms offers a delicious selection of assorted jams, jellies and preserves. Valerie has teamed up with Sleeping Giant Brewing Co. for some of her tasty combinations. You can find Head Acre Farms in the middle section of our upper level every Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Mike Visser and My-Pride FARM on their 1st excellent cow. We asked Mike exactly what was an excellent cow and he proudly told us that most farms have their cows evaluated a couple times each year. Someone visit’s the farm and accesses the cow’s feet, udder, frame etc. and then applies a score to the animal. Any cow that scores 90 or over is considered excellent and an excellent cow is a huge
accomplishment for a farm. Well done Mike. Our vendors are certainly dedicated and committed to keep it local and keeping it great.
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