For All We Receive, Thank the Farmer

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by Lorraine Payette, written September 26, 2013

(GANANOQUE, ON) – When we sit down to eat, how many of us truly think about where our food came from? For the most part, we simply consume and assume we have the right to do so without thinking. We may or may not enjoy the meal, we may or may not even notice it as it goes by. Yet every bite has a source, and that source is the farmer.

On September 26, the Farmers’ Market in the Gananoque Town Park tried something a little different. Not only did they conduct business as usual, but they showed their appreciation to those who have shopped with them all season by providing a nourishing meal made from produce from their own farms, kitchens and bakeries. Called a “Harvest Celebration”, it featured a meal of homemade chillies (with or without meat), an array of breads, warm cider and a delicious carrot cake for dessert. Live musical entertainment was provided by Flashback and Mike Bishop. – to read more>


Farmer’s Market Celebrating Harvest

There's nothing like the flavour of locally grown food

There’s nothing like the flavour of locally grown food

by Lorraine Payette

(GANANOQUE, ON) – Town Park in Gananoque will be the site of a harvest celebration as the Farmers’ Market serves up a free, tasty and nutritious dinner made entirely from fresh local ingredients.

The event runs from 4:00 – 7:00 pm, and will feature the music of Mike Bishop and Flashback.

Come on out and bring a friend! For more information, go to, or contact or 613-876-7138.