What a difference a week makes. The market opened for its second week to bright sunny skies and warm temperatures and it featured two more new vendors, Hoople Creek Farm and Corner Stone Organics. The booths were filled with fresh bakery products, the latest seasonal crop of vegetables, fresh picked strawberries, Thai food and fresh brewed coffee. For our community service feature, the Long Sault Public School was having a bake sale to support the “Wolves”.
As the weeks go by I am going to try to interview our new vendors this year one by one. Some of them may be too shy to be on camera but I will try. My first interview is with Daisy Street Cakes.
There were a steady stream of happy customers coming into the market on this fine Friday afternoon and even a hitchhiking troubadour who entertained us with a couple of songs before catching a ride to take them closer to Toronto.
Next week will be the first day of summer and there will be even more vendors with more great local products for our quality conscious shoppers. I can’t promise that it will be sunny but it’s got to get warmer.