Sprung!

 

PrintA grand celebration of all things Spring: growth, evolution, nature, creation… LIFE! A market to the power of WHOA, with layer upon layer of awesome.

Here’s a taste of the Sprung!ness! Make sure you join us for the next one: SUNDAY MAY 3.

Pick up your FRESH, seasonal food; talk to farmers about what’s sprouting now, and pick up your produce—and things that will produce, as in heirloom vegetable plants! Learn and nosh, check out some vintage gear, ask a gardening expert that pressing question (why do we love Irises but hate dandelions?), visit with artists.

Park the kids on a blanket and/or with some productive crafts, drink in the scenery—and the newly released 2014 Wildass Rosé!

V E N D O R S (more to come; check back soon!)

Aunt Lizzie’s Needlepoint Cofeaturing her famous sock monkeys

AVella’s Gourmet Pizzamade onsite and cooked in a mobile wood-fired oven

Gourmet Taco Cart says it all!

Hippie Popsfrozen natural treats

Il Gelato di Carlottahomemade, traditional, natural gelato

Kat Serediuk Artfine art

Kaunis Gallerymodern jewellery

L Carr Designsrepurposed/upcycled silver jewellery

Letters From Niagaraalphabet photography in Niagara

Manning Canningfarm-to-jar preserves with a twist

My Tea Brewfinely curated teas

Niagara Culinary Tourswalking tours of Niagara’s finest foods

Provisions Food Companysweet and savoury nibbles and gifts

The Salted Piggourmet food truck (under new ownership)

Singing Canary Hemp Seedsflavoured, toasted, healthy and good

Small Batch Cohand-made, uber-healthy granolas

Twisted Kitchen Food Truckcomfort food with a twist

The Yellow Pearfarm-to-table food at its finest

 

 

6 Responses to Sprung!

  1. dianne says:

    is there a cost for attending this event, and will there be parking at Stratus?

    • Hi, Dianne! Entry is free, as is parking—at Stratus, as well as at their neighbours Oast House Brewers and Trinity Lutheran Church (between Stratus and Oast). We hope to see you at Sprung!

  2. Beth Bartley says:

    Wonderful event, we are sorry to miss it this year. Think I have a theme song already written that might suit this event. It’s called Back to the Garden.

  3. Great event!!!! I am really impressed. Good job!

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