Friday, April 23, 2010

Come Visit! Local Festivals & Events - find seedlings, handmade goods, local food and more

Happy Earth Week, and the start of garden season, to all you local Foodies, Transition Towners, Gardeners, Permaculturists, and Urban Homesteaders! 

There are several WONDERFUL LOCAL FESTIVALS & EVENTS COMING this next month celebrating local food, local crafting & arts, and creating vibrant communities!  Please read the list below and follow the links for more details. 

COME SAY HELLO!  Little City Farm will be vending our seedlings, soaps & botanicals, and baked goods at these various events - so please drop by and say hello!  We'd love to see you, and if we haven't met in person, please come introduce yourself!

Bloomin' Earth Festival
Sat, April 24 from 9 am -4 pm
at Kitchener Market in downtown Kitchener
More than 60 vendors confirmed for this amazing handmade craft/art sale!   Plus junkyard symphony, recycled fashion show and more!

Stitch' n ' Kitsch Craft Show & Sale
Sat, May 1 from 10 am-5 pm
at First United Church, corner of King & William St, uptown Waterloo
Handmade pottery, soap, jewellery, bags, knitwear, dolls, children's items, accessories, paper goods, art, and so much more!

 Waterloo Farmers and Crafters Market
Every Thursday from 4-8 pm, May through October
at the Uptown Waterloo new public square
An exciting new market where you will find local organic produce, and handmade artisan/crafters goods, and so much more!  Little City Farm will be there with our handmade soaps & botanicals!

Little City Farm 8th Annual Seedling Sale!!
Sat, May 22 from 9 am -12 noon
at Little City Farm location, 508 Duke St W, Kitchener
Organic heirloom varieties of vegetables and herbs.  Specializing in heirloom tomatoes - more than 20 kinds available.  Also baked goods, gardener's soaps/salves, handmade garden aprons, and more exciting finds!  3 vendors, more than 1000 seedlings!  Come early for best selection and plan to stay for a while to meet local foodies & urban gardeners!

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