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RRC’s Third Annual Farmers’ Market – See you there!

September 4, 2018

It’s that time again. The leaves are starting to turn, the air is crisp, and pumpkin everything has begun. Fall is quickly approaching, and so is our third annual RRC Farmers’ Market!

On Friday, September 14th, the Library Hallway will be transformed into a festive fall market full of local goodies open to all RRC staff, faculty, students and the public. Not only do we have a great line up of new and returning vendors, but this will be the first chance to purchase our very own 2018 RRC Creekside and Bijou honey.

 

When: Friday, September 14th – 11:00 am – 1:30 pm

Where: Library Hallway – Notre Dame Campus (2055 Notre Dame Avenue)

 

So, check out the vendors below, start making your lists, hit the ATM and get your re-usable bags ready!

Melanie de Tremaudan ArtWelcome back a double RRC alumni! This original artwork is made with vibrant alcohol inks using upcycled ceramic tiles and frames, and reclaimed barn wood. Stunning is an understatement.

Lauries Vegetables & Preserves – Bring home a farm fresh dinner! Fresh produce, preserves, sweet treats (butter tarts and more) and sauerkraut buns!

Jaya’s Preserves – A one stop charcuterie shop! This mother daughter duo’s specialties include spicy carrot pickle, unique jams & jellies, nut & seed crisps and Indian style shortbread cookies.

Tiber River Naturals – Head to toe bath, body and home products made from 100% naturally derived ingredients!

Blissful Minds – Bath bombs, lip balms, soaps and scrubs to get you winter ready. New this year – jewelry!

Cooks Creek Kimchi – The ancient Korean superfood made right here in Manitoba.

Gold Bone Broth– Bison bone broth and chicken bone broth is a delicious way to fill your body with all kinds of goodness like protein, calcium, antioxidants and amino acids. Plus it’s delicious. Plus they’re RRC grads!

Pod4design – Warm up and soothe tired muscles with these naturally made therapy bags.

The Stak Co.- Colourful packets of pulses and legumes to make delicious soups, burritos and chilis. Perfect for a holiday potluck.

The Mae Project– Have a sweet tooth? Vegan? Not vegan? Either way, this is the vendor for you! High quality and curiously flavored cookies, slices and bars, all vegan.

Prairie Quinoa – Engineer turned farmer Percy Philips grows amber quinoa on his farm near Portage la Prairie. We were so impressed, we use it here in our RRC cafeterias!

Fortify Natural Foods – New to the market this year is hand made, small batch granola made with unprocessed and organic whole ingredients. So do your body (and taste buds) a favor and give it a try!

Assiniboine Community College Baking Program – Chef Barbara O’Hara and her students are back at it. Prepare for a variety of baked goodies (think apple pie!) made as fresh as it can get, right here, by the ACC baking students. Delish!

RRC Sustainability Office – Take a little piece of RRC home with you. The bee’s have been working hard on our rooftops all summer, and now is your first chance to buy our 2018 Creekside and Bijou honey. The difference is astonishing, so try both and find your fav!

So let’s give fall a warm welcome and join us for this great event. See you there!