Happy 30th Birthday To Us!

It was a cold and wet season opening this year on Sunday, May 4, but that didn’t keep Edmonton’s die hard market go-ers away! We still had plenty of patrons to help us celebrate our 30th birthday. Most of our activities such as the petting zoo, bouncy castle and dancers had to be cancelled, but

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Vendor Profile – Carol Cooper

What a beautiful season for fruit, especially rescued fruit. In 2010, Carol and her team at Fruits of Sherbrooke noticed that their neighbours were throwing out some apples that were perfectly healthy but just not pretty enough to sell. This inspired Carol to start her fruit rescue program. Rescued fruit is fruit that has been

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Vendor Profile – Sharon Davies

Giving or receiving gifts brings happiness for everyone! Sharon Davies enjoys sharing happiness and started her business by selling gift baskets for every occasion. Unfortunately, her twin sister passed away and shortly after she knew she needed to do something to make her feel happy again. Although the gift baskets lifted her spirits, sales were

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Vendor Profile – Sue McEachern

If your sweet tooth needs to be satisfied, come and visit Sue McEachern of Kairoc Designs! A few years ago, Sue took cake decorating classes and fell in love with it. Learning all of the decorating techniques inspired her to create cake critters including the popular ladybug, clown fish and hedgehog. She has added some

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Vendor Profile – Lynn Link

Traveling Author, Lynn Link, is enjoying her first year at the market. She is the author and publisher of non-fiction books including ‘Horseface’ and ‘Adventures in Forest Hills’ as well as her fiction book ‘Beware of the Barnman’. After having so many people tell her she should write a book, she finally decided to retire

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Vendor Profile – Jan Wimberly

The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is the purrfect place to pamper your pets! Come visit Jan Wimberly at her booth, Purr Ogies for Cats & Bow Wow Biscuits. This is her fifth year in the market and she started her company after noticing a real need for pet products. At her booth you can check out the

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Getting a Tune-up at the Market

Father’s Day was also Bike Day at the market, and the rain was trying to win the battle to keep people indoors. Fortunately, the rain eased and bikes arrived for their annual free tune-up from Edmonton Bicycle Commuters Society. From about 11am onward, a line-up began to form and remained steady until the end of

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