Palmerston Railway Heritage Museum,
166 William St., Palmerston ON
June 3 – August 26
Open Saturdays 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Town of Minto Economic Development Department 519-338-2511 x 242
Auntie Jo’s Baking
New to both of the Harriston and Palmerston Farmers’ Markets, Auntie Jo’s Baking is run by Joanne Martin. Joanne bakes delicious home baking every week to bring to the Farmers’ Market. Joanne bakes a variety of cookies, squares, muffins, sweet buns, coffee cakes, breads and more! Joanne will be at both markets every week, so come on down and enjoy some of Joanne’s delicious baking!
Beans of Hope
Beans of Hope is run by Frank Folkema, and serves fresh coffee to his local customers. Frank works directly with the small scale coffee farmers, giving them the tools and financing to be able to earn an income from their coffee. Frank sells a variety of coffee stemming from all around the world, as well as coffee blends. Come visit Frank at both the Harriston and Palmerston Farmers’ Markets and have yourself a nice cup of coffee!
Bell’s Edge Farm
Bell’s Edge Farm is run by Vince Tkaczuk and has a great variety of produce ranging from salad mix, spinach, potted vegetable plants & planters, shitake mushrooms, specialty garlic and more! They even have free basil plants for kids. Come to the Palmerston Market to meet Vince and see all that he has to offer!
Brubacher’s Berries, Blooms, and Baking
Brubacher’s Berries, Blooms and Baking is run by Carol Brubacher and her daughters. They offer a variety of products including baking, produce and flowers. They offer fresh floral arrangements to brighten your home, sold as bunches or in the vase. Carol also grows strawberries, garden peas and beans, which she will have at the market when they are in season. Her Spelt bread is made with organic spelt flour, which compared to wheat flour is richer in many nutrients such as protein and minerals. Their baking includes cinnamon rolls, maple butter, tarts and cookies. Come visit Carol every week at the Farmers’ Markets and pick up some berries, blooms and baking!
New to both of the Harriston and Palmerston Farmers’ Markets, Farewell Home Baking is run by Anna Brubacher. Anna sells a variety of items including crafts, baking, and produce. She also has a beautiful array of flowers, including bouquets and potted plants. Anna will be at both markets every week, so come on down and enjoy all that Ana has to offer!
Full Circle Farms
Edwin and Lena Martin run Full Circle Farm, located at 6383 10th Line, Harriston. With a pick-your-own strawberry patch, weekly CSA shares, as well as fresh vegetables, salad mixes, jams, jellies and baking for sale, there’s plenty to check out! Come visit Edwin and Lena every week to pick up some fresh produce and some tasty treats!
Back at the Palmerston Market this season, Graywood Farms is run by Vreni von Muhlenen. Vreni specializes in outside the oven baked bread and other specialty breads. Vreni will be at the Palmerston Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning, so come on down and see what she has to offer!
Owned and operated by Luke and Crystal Hartung, Harwill Farms is proud to produce local, pesticide-free vegetables, pork and poultry products. Farming just south of Palmerston on Line 89, Wallace Township, they offer a large range of fresh vegetables and fruit. Their biggest crop is pumpkins and squash; you’re invited to come visit the farm on October 1 to check out the pumpkin patch and pick your own pumpkin! Harwill Farms will be selling all summer long at the Palmerston Market!
5535 Line 89, Gowanstown,ON N0G 1Y0
Katie’s Kitchen Creations
Katie Baarda creates a delicious, weekly assortment of pies, muffins, cookies and other baked goods for the Palmerston Farmers’ Market. She also offers fresh vegetables from her family farm. Katie will be at the Palmerston Farmers’ Market every Saturday morning!
New to our market this season; Mallett Farms is run by Sheryl Mallett and her kids Andrew and Elizabeth. Mallett Farms offers a variety of plants, flowers, planters, and fresh produce. As well as some hand crafted items and sweet treats including chocolates and cupcakes! Come visit the Malletts every Saturday morning and pick up some fresh produce and some tasty treats!
New to our Palmerston market this year, MePurposed Goods is run by Mandi Ropp. MePurposed Goods features handmade tablet and computer envelopes, Christmas stockings and other items made from recycled, reclaimed or repurposed materials. Reclaimed wool pea coats become electronic envelopes and upcycled sweaters become one-of-a-kind holiday decor. Mandi’s items are glammed up with vintage buttons and fun accents. A percentage of sales from each event are donated to the local food bank. Come visit Mandi every Saturday morning and pick up some MePurposed Goods!
Pootcorner’s Cozy Cupboard & Kitchen
Pootcorners Cozy Cupboard & Kitchen Table sells a variety of Alpaca products from yarn, clothing, blankets and rugs, to meats and hides. The Poot family brings many new things to both the Harriston & Palmerston Markets! Take a look through the pictures below to see all that they have to offer – perfect for gifts and warm, cozy attire.
9455 Road 146, Palmerston, ON N0G 2P0, Canada
Susan has been making homemade jewellery for a number of years now and more recently this hobby has turned into her own business called Glass on a Wire. From bracelets to necklaces, she has something for everyone! Made delicately with her own unique, artistic flair, her jewellery can be worn for any occasion. Susan keeps busy creating to have new selections of jewellery available for purchase at the market every week!
South Street Gourmet
Experience local gourmet cuisine at its finest! Chef Jake Tyson’s philosophy for South Street Gourmet is simple and honest, and allows him to take the best in local produce to create a masterpiece work of art. Everything is made from scratch, nothing is from a bag, and everything is made by hand. Come see Jake and pick up some of his delicious cooking!
62 Elora St. S. Harriston, ON