Farmers market held over by demand

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

In response to overwhelming demand, the Ancaster Farmers Market has been extended for two additional Wednesdays at the St. John’s Anglican Church grounds at Wilson St. E. and Halson Street.

The weekly market now runs until Oct. 28. More than a dozen vendors offer primarily organic, locally grown products. The market is located directly adjacent to the rail trail behind the church for those who like to walk or ride their bikes. The Wednesday market runs 3-7 p. m.

Farmers market held over by demand

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

In response to overwhelming demand, the Ancaster Farmers Market has been extended for two additional Wednesdays at the St. John’s Anglican Church grounds at Wilson St. E. and Halson Street.

The weekly market now runs until Oct. 28. More than a dozen vendors offer primarily organic, locally grown products. The market is located directly adjacent to the rail trail behind the church for those who like to walk or ride their bikes. The Wednesday market runs 3-7 p. m.

Farmers market held over by demand

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

In response to overwhelming demand, the Ancaster Farmers Market has been extended for two additional Wednesdays at the St. John’s Anglican Church grounds at Wilson St. E. and Halson Street.

The weekly market now runs until Oct. 28. More than a dozen vendors offer primarily organic, locally grown products. The market is located directly adjacent to the rail trail behind the church for those who like to walk or ride their bikes. The Wednesday market runs 3-7 p. m.