Ste-Anne Farmer’s Market moves inside due to flooding


by Eva Tomlin

For this week the Ste-Anne Farmer’s Market will be moving inside to St. George’s Church Hall.  Close to 30 vendors were set to open up for the first time this year outside but due to the flooding in the area the organizer, Patti Murphy moved the event inside.

Doors open at 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. this Saturday, May 6.

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Parking is available on Maple Street and the John Abbott College Campus.

About the Market:

The Ste. Anne`s Market has been an integral part of the social, cultural, and economic life in the village of Sainte Anne-de-Bellevue for more than 13 years. For local citizens, Saturday morning at the Market is not to be missed. It’s a chance to get their weekly groceries: fresh fruit and organic vegetables, fresh breads and other baked goods, eggs, meats of all kinds, artisanal honey and cheeses, home crafted preserves, hot snacks, and other treats. While the selection may be vast, they all have one thing in common – everything is locally produced and much of it is organic.


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