About the market...
The Tantallon Village Farmers Market is typical of farmers markets that emphasize fresh, locally grown produce, sustainably raised animal products, prepared foods and beverages, and hand-made local crafts. The market is a community space where friends and families gather and enjoy life on the Bay.
At the market Tuesday September 12th, 2-6 PM...
Fresh Fish at the market this Tuesday from The Humble Hippy: haddock, halibut, scallops and cod: extremely fresh at good prices. 23 vendors are expected Tuesday, bringing the increasing rich harvest of Nova Scotia. This will be the last week for Petite Riviere Vineyard, a good time to stock up.
Prepared food: Shivani’s Kitchen: Hot Butter chicken, Chana masala, samosas and mango lassis. The Rustic Crust Food Truck crafting authentic Italian wood-fired pizzas cooking in 90 seconds. The Nomad Gourmet with pulled pork and burgers, meat and veggie burritos and tacos.
Spirits: Petite Riviere Vineyard bringing their award winning wines and numerous sparkling ciders.
Tidehouse Brewery makes small batch craft beer in 4 styles. Bring your own growler or purchase theirs.
Stone Poste Cidery makes high alcohol non-carbonated hard apple cider made from non-sprayed or fertilized trees. And they make pear cider, rhubarb cider, and blends of apple/cherry and blackberry.
Farmers: Norbert of Selwood Greens with copious green veggies
R & R Corkum: all grass-fed beef, pork, sausages, whole chickens, jams, and veggies
Maritime Small Farms Co-op: chicken, eggs, flowers, herbs, veggies, sauerkrauts, kimchi
Sweet Spot Oceanside Farm: flower bouquets and seasonal vegetables.
Higbee’s Berry Farm & Nursery: Berries: straw, haskap, rasp, blue, goose; blueberry plants and vegetables
Garlic Mountain will have his garlic harvest along with new potatoes and vermi-compost.
Bakers: Juliens Bakery: fresh breads, sourdoughs, and pastries
Brenda’s Baked Goods: homemade pies and breads, squares, cookies, scones, biscuits, and some gluten free items.
Big Monkey Kettle Corn: hand popped kettle corn with a variety of choice flavors
Rudi’s Hot Sauce: artisanal hot sauces from mild to extra hot
Love Org. Vital Energy: herbs and spices, small sizes budget friendly
Kombucha May & Jun: kombucha drinks with fresh juices
Nursery plants: Not Just Irises offers a wide variety of shrubbery and flowers
Natural Body Care: Homesteaders Natural Products: natural goat’s milk soap and lotions; bath and foot teas; wool dryer balls; wooden folding laundry hangers
Artisans: For the Love of Fiber, local to the Bay, will be joining us with fantastic fiber art creations for gifts and home.
Tick Off making a powerful herbal tick, mosquito and black fly repellant for people and dogs
For the 2017 season the market will be located on the grassy area directly north of the intersection of St Margaret's Bay road and Peggy's Cove Road, across Sonny's Lane from Mariposa. This is just a hop and a skip from last year's location. As soon as you are through the traffic lights and on to Sonny's Lane look left: we will be there and we certainly hope you will be there too.
Seeking additional vendors
The market already has an excellent array of quality local vendors, but there are a couple of additional areas we would like to cover. We are currently looking for vendors in the following areas:
- Quality artisans
- Small scale
- Primary producers
Call for volunteers
The market is organized by volunteers and we're looking for additional people who think the market is a good idea and would be willing to support it with a bit of their time. In particular we are looking for people who are able to help with setup and teardown on market days. Even if you can participate one day a month that would make a huge difference. Please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in participating in this exciting adventure.