Our Vendors.....

Andie and Jemima Byler

Bringing you freshly made home-baked goods. All types from donuts to cookies.

St. Onge Sisters

Locally picked wild Blueberries while in season, beginning mid-July. Handicrafts and baking during Christmas Market.

Laura May Keatings

"Homemade sewing, crafts & woodworking" 

Solar Poles, Quilts, Placemats, Aprons, small crafts, birdhouses, micro bowls, pillowcases

Ann's Sewing Corner ~ Ann Evans ~

Ann's fresh baked bread, butter tarts and more goodies….irresistible!  

Jams and selection of sewing items are a perfect gift for yourself, family or friends!

Betty Jacksic

Knitter and baker. I have a good selection of infant to adult sweaters, mitts, hats, socks, slippers and neck warmers as well as pies, cookies and squares. Raspberries and Rhubarb when in season. 

Bonnie's Brushworks ~ Bonnie Tickner ~

A self-taught northern artist from Kirkland Lake. Unique nature palettes such as fungus, leaves, birch bark, slate, moose horn, wood & canvas for my paintings of wildlife and pet portraits.  See Bonnie's Bushworks on Facebook

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Beauty Blooms ~ Charlotte Snyder, Brad & Lil Wideman ~

Fresh cut flowers, bouquets from our own garden

Dan Hopkins

Maple products, Highland Beef, Furs, and now ACME Agriculture & Food Flax Oil

Little Beach Relics ~ Barbra Boisvert ~

"Little Beach Relics" are local artworks made from materials collected at the little beach area on Lake Temiskaming. All proceeds from sales are donated to Northern Ontario Homeless Shelters.

Rocky Ridge Bison ~ Karina & Simon ~

"Bison Meat, House plants, Thornloe Cheese, Bottle Openers and hand knitted baby clothes"

Nora Visser

Paintings and cards, jams, pickles and some knitting and baking

Carson Greenhouses

Homemade canning from our own produce - over 60 different varieties available, plus baking and crafts.  Come taste the goodness from our farm!

Polar Berries Inc ~ Graham Gambles ~

Polar Berries Inc aims to introduce the public to the Haskap fruit and its preserves.

North Point Press ~ Faye Digulla ~

Faye Digulla has run a printmaking studio for over 15 years, She is very involved with pottery, prints and watercolours. 

Busy B's ~ Betty & Brian Janzen ~

 Many hearts have found delight in our delicious goodies. 

I have been baking for markets for over 30 years, and now we have a commercial kitchen.  

Come and try our old-fashioned home-made honey dipped donuts; very cheesy cheese buns; Ooey-gooey sticky buns, plus white, whole wheat and rye bread, cookies, tarts and squares. We also have gluten-free bread, buns and goodies.

To go with the bread, you will find summer sausage, maple syrup, apple butter, strawberry and raspberry jam.

You will also find a variety of crafts at our table, including baby bibs, bonnets, blankets plus kitchen towels and aprons

 

Essentially Northern ~ Shannon Landry ~

All Natural Aromatherapy soy wax candles made with Essential oil blends. Hand-poured in re-purposed containers.  No artificial fragrances, Non-toxic, clean burning & chemical-free. We also offer homemade all-natural deodorant & lip balms in bio-degradable containers, face serum and body scrub

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Marsh and Meadows Farm ~ Christine Harrison ~

Marsh and Meadows Farms provides the customer with an alternative to the regular commercial food chain. Grass-fed beef & free-range organic raised chicken & organic vegetables. 

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Marilyn Harrison

Organic Vegetables & fresh cut flowers

Ross Brubacher

Our chicken is done through the Ontario Farmer's Artisanal program. They are free-range and have access to grass. Tender, juicy & LOCAL!

We also have grass-fed beef and happy hogs. 

 

Janey's Junction ~ Sara Jane ~

All of my baking is made from scratch at my store in Thornloe.  

Fresh-baked white and brown bread, other baking.

Garlic Queens ~ Emily Hurtubise ~

We are local producers, growing vegetables to further our education. All of the proceeds we make goes into a savings account for school. We are big with garlic but have various veggies and canned goods. We love what we do and enjoy selling our goodies at the Farmers Market. 

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~ Shannon England ~ 

Presenting homemade bath and body products.

Garden Pleasures ~ Bev Brubacher ~

We are a family run business doing what we love... we farm 5 acres of picking your own strawberries as well specializing in carrots, corn and potatoes. Sweet! Local! Tasty! Giving them the T.L.C only a small farmer can give, our carrots are grown in rich black earth that makes them a favorite with our customers

Sunshine & Shade Greenhouse

Paper Magpie Studio ~ Debi Digulla ~

One of a kind hand-made decorative items. From pillows, dolls, cards, journal books and more.

Hand Knitting By Rose ~ Rosalie Miller ~

Avid knitter & crocheting of socks, sweaters, mitts, baby clothes and more. 

Raspberries & Rhubarb in season.

Shalom Farm ~ Solomon Housser ~

Vegetables and preserves made from our own chemical-free produce.

Pasture Hill Farms ~ Jim, Wanda and Russell Johnson

Pasture Hill Farm is home to a commercial scale sheep flock and small beef herd. Jim and Wanda raise delicious lamb and grass-fed beef.  At the Village Noël market, we will have frozen lamb, grass-fed beef jerky.

Affordable Fruits ~ Michael Janzen ~

We specialize in supplying the freshest fruit possible and a variety of jams, jellies etc.. made with the same fruit.

Moose Creek Creations ~ Karen Peckover ~

Handcrafted candles that when burnt, make your home smell wonderful. The candle lasts a long time and are good value for the money

Pocket Flowers ~ Marie Manchester ~

Gorgeous blossoms, grown chemical free in a Haileybury backyard small enough to "fit in your pocket"

~ Janet Davidson ~

Homemade canning of jams, jellies, relishes and pickles

 Walker's Honey ~ Geoffrey Walker ~ 

We are a small family run apiary with approximately 60 hives. We re-purpose the wax to create reusable food wraps. We also make oatmeal and honey soap. 

~ Lucy Harrison ~

Handmade Quilts

Merry Mack Produce ~ Andrew & Malinda Miller ~

Carrots, beets, beans, peas, potatoes, corn, squash, cucumbers, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, musk melons, watermelons - all chemical free

AJL Art ~ Andrew Little ~

Andrew Little is an aspiring local artist who is passionate about art.

Fresh North Farms ~ James Morrow ~

Local urban farmer using traditional and hydroponic techniques, growing clean NON-GMO fruits and vegetables without the use of pesticides 

Website: freshnorthfarms.ca

Fielding 3 ~ Massey, Ariane & Sawyer Fielding ~

We sell our own artwork, homemade cookies, and cut flowers. Maybe some vegetables occasionally. We will save our money for our future education. 

Donna Pelletier & Carol Pascoe

Card Making, Knitting & Preserves