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Seeking Farmers' Market Vendors - East Gwillimbury

We've got a great core of founding vendors, but we are looking for more growers/producers located wihtin a 100 mile (163) kilometer radius of Sharon, Ontario. Inquiries may be made to the Market…Continue

Started Jun 18, 2010

East Gwillimbury Farmers' Market - starting June 2010

Good day! EG Council has approved a farmers' market for the 2010 season, from June to October. The market will operate on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the west parking lot of the Civic Centre…Continue

Tags: Gwillimbury, Saturdays, farmers', vendors, market

Started May 12, 2010


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