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Evening Market Planned For Downtown Windsor

Thursday May 22nd, 2014, 10:29am


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A weekday evening farmers’ market is being planned for Downtown Windsor.

The Midtown Farmers’ Market will be held every Thursday evening from 4-7pm in the parking lot immediately adjacent to Rino’s Kitchen & Ale House.

Organizers say the market is designed to be a neighbourhood option for farm-fresh produce. It’s also designed to encourage many from the Midtown neighbourhood to walk down and enjoy the offerings.

Not familiar with the term Midtown for a neighbourhood of Windsor? Organizers use the Midtown name to describe an area of downtown around where the market will take place — 131 Elliot Street West — a block from both Wyandotte and Ouellette, in an part of town many identify as being Downtown Windsor.

Organizers say Monica Brandner will be the featured farmer vendor with a wide variety of organic and pesticide-free seasonal produce, preserves, honey, cheeses and more. Bradner Farms will also sell weekly “Food Crates” suitable for 2-4 people and packed with healthy vegetables. Crates can be ordered for $30.

The market will also feature a rotating offering of crafters and artists as vendors and neighbouring Rino’s Kitchen will be open for dinner and drinks. Pop in for dinner or simply for a pint of craft beer.

The first Midtown Farmers’ Market will begin on Thursday May 29th and run until early October.

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