Get to know the vendors at the Minto Farmers’ Market!
June 4th Vendors:
- Glenlee Gardens
- Full Circle Farms
- Harwill Farms
- Sarah Martin Baking
- Sam’s Kitchen
- Past Generation Inspirations (Crafts only!)
- Handmade by CK
- The Fika Shoppe
- Just a Girl & Her Brush + Carly’s Creatives
- Eclipse Apothecary
- Women’s Institute
- Palmerston Agriculture Society
Anna Martin & her family are back for another year with the Minto Farmers’ Market. Located just outside of Harriston, Glenlee Gardens is happy to bring both a variety of canned preserves and fresh produce to you! Don’t miss out on their delicious veggies, from radishes, peas, and more, and mouth-watering fresh fruit, like raspberries, strawberries, and apples.
RR#3 6th line 6466, Harriston, ON | 519-338-2691
Full Circle Farms
Full Circle Farms is run by Edwin and Lena Martin, just outside of Harriston. With a pick-your-own strawberry patch, weekly CSA shares, as well as a colourful array of fresh vegetables, salad mixes, jams, jellies and baking for sale, there’s plenty to check out! Come visit their booth every week at the market to pick up some fresh produce and some tasty treats!
RR#1 6383 10th Line, Harriston, ON| 519-338-2195
Farming just south of Palmerston since 2010, Harwill Farms offers a large range of products. Owners and operators, Luke and Crystal Hartung, are proud to produce high-quality, sustainable fruits, vegetables, dill beans & pickles, maple syrup and poultry! Their biggest crop is pumpkins and squash, so keep an eye out for their annual Pumpkinpalooza Festival! Harwill Farms will be selling all summer long at the Palmerston Market so make sure to stop by to check them out.
Just a Girl and Her Brush
Stephanie Hood is a local artist, residing in Palmerton, ON, and specializing in hand-painted canvas art. Her work ranges from home decor, abstract originals, landscapes, and custom designs! Pop by her booth at Minto Farmers’ Market to be inspired by beautiful art.
Sarah Martin Baking
Back at the Market for her second year, Sarah Martin creates a delicious assortment of breads, pies, muffins, squares, tarts, and other baked goods for the Minto Farmers’ Market. Visit her on Saturday mornings to satisfy your sweet tooth!
Find Suelaine Poot of Pootscorners at the market every week selling a variety of Alpaca related goods. From fibre products, such as yarn, clothing, blankets and rugs, toys and more, to frozen meats, pepperettes, and hides, something is bound to catch your eye! Stop by to see what they have to offer – their soft and cozy products make the perfect gifts!
New to the Minto Farmers’ Market, Sam’s Kitchen won’t disappoint. Her delicious cookies, muffins, brownies, and cupcakes will leave you wanting more, but don’t worry, as a staple at the Market all season long, you’ll be able to satisfy those cravings!
Past Generations Inspiration
Looking for hand-sewn or crocheted items to add a homemade feel to your life? Check out Past Generation Inspirations, run by Leanne Langer, at the Minto Farmers’ Market. Not only does she offer masks, koozies, bags, and more, you can also find some delicious baked goods! Stop by her booth Saturday mornings for unique finds!
Mapleton Acres is all about local, seasonal, slow-grown blooms. In mixed bouquets, bunches of stems
and a build-your-own bouquet bar, Mapleton Acres provides chemical-free, fresh-cut flowers creating
a bit more beauty in the world every season.
The Fika Shoppe
Julia Lein brings the Fika Shoppe to the Minto Farmers’ Market – a boutique with a focus on a slow living mentality. Her line-up of products includes handmade, small batch, cold-pressed soap &
lotion bars and home goods.
Jessica Pereira, owner of small local business, Eclipse Apothecary, can be spotted throughout the 2021 Market Season! Enjoy their custom soy wax candles and bath products for all your wellness needs.
Handmade by CK
Country Lane Glass
Country Lane Glass brings a touch of sunlight to the market, offering a selection of one-of-a-kind glass flowers, angels, bird baths, and decor that sparkle in the sun & your garden! All items are handmade using glass dishes and other found items.
Carry-On Women’s Institute
The Carry-On Women’s Institute is a non-for-profit women’s group based in Palmerston, ON, committed to supporting the community, whether it be financially or through fun educational activities! You can find them at the Market, selling patriotic signs, as well as various items made-with-love by their members throughout the pandemic. Don’t miss them – they’re only at the Market for the month of June!
Palmerston Agricultural Society
The Palmerston Agricultural Society joins the Minto Farmers’ Market to get you ready for their upcoming Zucchini Races! On June 4th and 11th, their group will be offering free zucchini seeds for you to grow in preparation of the event in August. They will also be offering pots & soil for planting! Get ready to ‘soup up your zuc!”