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St. Thomas Horton Market Opening Day Pancake Breakfast- May 7th 2011

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St. Thomas Horton Market Opening Day Pancake Breakfast- May 7th 2011

Time: May 7, 2011 from 8am to 12pm
Location: St. Thomas, Ontario
Street: Manitoba Street
City/Town: St. Thomas
Website or Map: http://www.hortonfarmersmarke…
Event Type: outdoor, farmers', market
Latest Activity: May 2, 2011

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Event Description

We're opening our highly anticipated 2011 market season with our annual pancake breakfast!

This breakfast is made possible by so many of our generous vendors. The Turkey Shoppe is supplying us with their awesome turkey sausages, Farmgate Markets brings their very popular bacon, and to top it all off Berry Hill Farm is supplying blueberries and Palmer's is supplying the maple syrup! Hungry yet?

We'd also like to thank The Real Canadian Superstore for helping us with some much needed supplies.

$5 per Adult, $3 per Child. Hope to see you then! All proceeds will go to the "Friends of The Market" Campaign

 

You can find this event (and the market!) on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/#!/event.php?eid=205957156092335 

 

The Outdoor Market season runs from May - October, every Saturday 8:00 am - noon.

 

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