Foods of the Fundy Valley’s invites you to their Annual General Meeting, Fair & Soup Bar
Please join us on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at the Curryville Outreach Centre on Albert Mines Rd, in Curryville, for our AGM, featuring our famous Soup Bar. This year, we are also featuring a “Celebrate Local” fair consisting of display tables on the upstairs level. Producers of local foods and crafts are invited to reserve a table to display their wares and promote their business. Tables will be assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. For more details, or to reserve a table, email [email protected]l.
5:00 – 7:00PM – Fair and Soup Bar
7:00PM – Annual General Meeting
Attendance is free for current FFV members, $5 for non-members.
(Hint: You can join FFV or renew your membership for $5 per year!)
Foods of the Fundy Valley is excited to announce the opening of our newly relocated FFV Farmers’ Market at the Old Church, 2807 Main Street, Hillsborough, also home to Oliver’s German Bakery. Our new space is in a beautiful, old historic church that has now been transformed into a business centre. We will have much more indoor space for vendors and customers to enjoy in all kinds of weather.
Our new Market Committee is very energized and ready to create an amazing Farmers’ Market of vendors from both ends of Albert County, making this a 100% local market.
In addition to our existing vendors, we have lots of interested new vendors, tons of free parking, and Oliver will be back at the market, with the Bakery being open every Saturday.
With the increased indoor and outdoor space, we are still looking to welcome new vendors of local foods and crafts. Make it, bake it or grow it in Albert County, and come sell your wares at our market.
The market will run every Saturday from 8:00AM – 1:00PM, starting on Saturday, May 20th for the Victoria Day long weekend. The market will be open until the Thanksgiving weekend, with the last day being Saturday, October 7.
If you or someone you know is interested in being part of our market, please contact either of our market managers at:
or through our market Facebook page at:
Guest Speaker Robyn McCallum, Apiculturist, will give a lecture on Spring and Summer Management, including Spring dwindling, monitoring and managing common pests and diseases, splitting hives, swarm management and other topics.
Beekeeper Don Porter will give a workshop on how to properly approach and open a hive, inspecting a hive, determining if the colony is queen right, and monitoring for varroa mites.
There is a limit of 40 participants, and preregistration is required. The fee for the workshop is non-refundable, and includes lunch and refreshments. $40 for Foods of the Fundy Valley members, $45 for non-members.
To register visit our website: https://foodsofthefun
You can choose to become a member of Foods of the Fundy Valley on the registration page. Once a member, you will receive discounts on all future workshops as well. The fee to join is $5 for the year.