9th Birthday

The Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market just passed its’ 9th birthday. Wow it seems like yesterday when we all stood on the front step for the opening day. Vendors have come and gone, some have gone on to other businesses, others have moved away. Sadly, some have passed on and are greatly missed.

Our loyal customers have supported the market from the beginning,their families growing right before our eyes.New customers arrive every week, usually surprised by the diversity they find in their own backyard. Brenna with her asparagus, rhubarb and apples, Tina with her vegan soaps, Delores with her honey , to name but a few, all work together to produce each Saturday morning’s symphony.

The 2015 market season is looking to be full of exciting Saturdays at the market. Breakfast on the waterfront deck, local music, pie eating contests, not to forget great local produce, baking and crafts. The most exciting news is the completion of construction on the Creamery Square site and the upcoming opening of the Centre for the Art on June 27. A full day of entertainment is planned from the market opening at 8am until the curtain call at the first performance on the main stage. The day will be one to remember.

As part of the celebration, The Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market will be hosting a community dinner from 4-6pm. In market style, many of our usual vendors, invited caterers and cooks will be offering dinner choices. We hope to see you there.




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