Cape North Farmer’s Market Opening June 23rd, 2018
Dear vendors, visitors and musicians, the first farmers market of the season will take place Saturday June 23, 10 am – 1 pm at the Cabot Fire Hall in Cape North. Doors open to vendors at 9 am. To book a table or the cafe, or play music, message us on Facebook. We. Are. Excited.
Hours Of Operation
Mid-June to mid-October
Saturdays, 10am – 1pm.
Cabot Fire Hall, 29428 Cabot Trail, Cape North, B0C 1G0, Cabot Trail
The northeast Highlands of Cape Breton Island – is a mountainous, rocky one, with harsh weather and many, if small, pockets of arable land.
Primary Goal of the Cape North Farmers Market:
To bring about a resurgence in growing, selling and eating local food. The fresh produce, fish, maple syrup, honey, preserves and baked goods at the market may be limited in quantity but they are unsurpassed in quality, and our vendors are the friendliest you’ll find anywhere! We carry baked goods, fresh produce, preserves, crafts, maple syrup and more.
HELD – WORKSHOP: Pruning Apple Trees
Do you have an old tree that could make great apples again, if only it got some TLC? Learn to prune, feed, bring an old tree back to life with North River arborist Dennis Laffan.
Where: Meet in the lobby, Markland Resort, Dingwall
When: Saturday May 5, 9:30 am
Lunch around 11:30 am – 1:00 pm supplied by the Markland
If you have pruning tools – clippers, loppers – bring them, and dress in cap and layers, for changing weather. Morning session: Taming the Wild Tree.
All welcome, no experience needed.
For further info call Patterson at 647 224 2899.
Sponsored by the Cape North Farmers Market