July is in Bloom in Hastings County!

Photo by Market in the Village, Stirling

Farmers’ Markets, Farm Stands, Flowers, and Fond Farewells
Have you visited a farmers’ market this summer?

Here’s our list of markets in Hastings County! In past years, markets were held in the communities of
Madoc, Coe Hill and Bancroft. We look forward to their return!

Belleville Farmers’ Market
15 Market Square
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
8 am to 5 pm
 
Front Street Farmers’ Market 
67 Front Street, Trenton
Wednesday and Saturday 
8 am to 1 pm
 
Market in the Village (Stirling)
Covered Bridge
Friday, 4 – 7 pm

Marmora Farmers’ Market
Legion Park
Saturday, 8 am to 2 pm
 
Backyard Produce
34 Stoco Road, Tweed
Saturday and Sunday
10 am to 4 pm
 
Maynooth Farmers’ Market
33057 Hwy 62
(Memories Bakery & Tearoom)
Saturday, 8 am to 1 pm

How about a local farm stand? 
Eat fresh, support local and meet our hard-working growers!

Dahlia May Flower Farm was voted as the Best Flower Shop in the “Best of the Bay.” Congratulations to Melanie and her team! July is in full bloom in Hastings County and you will find other flower farmers on the Harvest Hastings website and magazine! Visiting a flower farm is a great family outing. For example, you can book a “Sip and Pick” event at Philburn Farm north of Belleville!
Willow Creek Farm was recently voted as the Best Farm Stand in the Bay of Quinte in their annual “Best of the Bay” edition. Congratulations to Susan, Tim and their team! You can find more Hastings County farm stands in our free annual publication, “Eat Buy Live Local.” Look for it at  farmers’ markets, tourism offices, cider and craft brewery tasting rooms, and many other locations!

Thank you, Louise!!!

We are bidding a fond farewell to Louise Livingstone. Louise and Steve are moving to New Brunswick to embark on the next chapter of their lives. Louise was instrumental in creating Harvest Hastings and dedicated many, many years of expertise, enthusiasm and leadership to our organization. She will be deeply missed by our community. We wish Louise and Steve all the best!

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