Evergreen Brick Works Launches New Sunday March

It’s hard to find a food lover in this city who doesn’t rave about the Saturday Morning Evergreen Brick Works Farmers Market housed under their open air pavilions. The live music, the jovial exchanges between producers and hungry food fanatics rising in the warm morning air–kids getting their hands dirty and dogs chasing their tails.A� It’s a great way to spend those coveted few hours before the mid-day heat hits.

Lovers of this weekend ritual now have another reason to trek (or ride the free shuttle!) out to EBW on weekends.A� The team has introduced a Sunday MarchA�–featuring an array of artists and makers showcasing unique gifts, clothing and art running through to November 3rd.A� Did I mention there are snacks?

They’re got Bagel House slinging authentic Montreal wood oven bagels the way they should be made�with simple ingredients, hand-rolled, boiled in honey water and baked in a wood oven… fueled by maple.

Thunderin� Thelma is satiating food truck fiends with Zane Caplansky, owner of Caplansky�s Deli, serving up smoked meat specialties, Jewish deli food, and those famous fried pickles. Find Zane (and Thelma!) at the Sunday MarchA� on: June 30, July 14, July 21, July 28, August 11, September 8.

Plus, some Saturday Market staples make an appearance.A� The boys at Jamie Kennedy Kitchen are serving up their monstrously addictive J.K. Poutine featuring those salty, herby signature fries topped with braised beef & aged Ontario cheddar; and Chef Pascal Poilbout of Organic Crepes–specializing in savoury and sweet buckwheat crepes–brings his grandmother’s crepe-making tradition from a small medieval village in Bretagne, France to the MarchA�.

This exciting new initiative is still growing�so check their website often to check out the new vendors and for updates on live entertainment!

All you craft junkies can check out their list of art vendors below:

ArtWorks by Jyne
From wood sculpture, photography and painting to the abstract and the landscape. From the environmental and political to the spiritual and the beautiful. I try to depict the beauty and the sacredness in the everyday.

Baked Soap Co.
Baked Soap Co.’s soaps are handmade with 100% pure, moisturising olive oil and scented with a variety of fragrance and essential oils to indulge your skin and your senses.

Bella Letters and artwork inspired by children. Ready-made and custom work available.

Boxit restores vintage wooden wine crating, bringing out the beauty of the natural wood using stains and lacquers, maintaining the unique logos that were on the original boxes.

Caerwent House Stories
House historian, researcher and writer, Robin Burgoyne (MA, History), along with her Caerwent team, create attractive, engaging, and thoroughly researched house histories, tailored to your needs and interests. Purchasing a Caerwent house-story will both satisfy your curiosity and foster a greater connection to your home. Our house-stories also make ideal gifts, to be treasured and enjoyed for years to come.

Hamro Village
Hamro Village is socially responsible and is built on principles of FAIR TRADE. Our focus is on simplicity and originality. We scour for indigenous handcrafting techniques that use age-old traditions. Our aim is to collect, design and deliver the ultimate in gifts and decor.

Lee Leather � Recycled Leather Art
Beautiful hand made and hand painted accessories made from recycled leather.

Nharo is a Fairtrade certified company (FLO ID 26457) that has worked directly with indigenous African artisans since 2002, bringing a unique mix of Africa. From Shea Butter to recycled scrap metal warthogs lovingly crafted by artisans and producers across the continent.

Talis is a member of Faces of Fair Trade, a group of socially concerned individuals in Toronto who support low-income artisans in developing countries around the world by purchasing and selling their handicrafts. Carrying fairly traded artisan silver jewellery from the hill tribes of Northern Thailand as well as a line of beautiful, vibrant silk accessories, hand-crafted in a fairly-traded co-operative in Cambodia by a community of land-mine survivors.

Urban Farms Organic Inc. (UFO)
UFO�s goal is to have an edible micro garden in each condo and house, and fertilize it with recycled food scraps. UFO, Inc. applies scientific knowledge towards creating the devices that make this possible. This reduces our dependence on food produced from finite resources (water, phosphorous) and polluting processes (fossil fuel-based nitrogen fertilizer).

We are a family on a mission to innovate craft and repurpose giving. We practice sustainable thinking�upcycling, repurposing and local engagement. We only use reclaimed materials in our craft. All card stock and envelopes are made from recycled paper. Our packaging is reusable and recyclable. We care about our planet, so we are always listening and learning.


August is Wild Blueberry Month at Evergreen! Get your hands dirty–and turn your tongue blue–by attending any one (or all!) of their delicious blueberry themed activities!

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