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MEDIA RELEASE: Public meeting on Jan. 28th re. a new mid-week farmers market

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January 19th, 2015


For Immediate Release

SUDBURY, ON- Downtown could get even friendlier this summer with your help. Wouldn’t it be great to have a mid-week farmers market to buy and sell fresh, local goods from our local farmers and vendors?

Eat Local Sudbury is holding a public meeting Wednesday January 28th at the Sudbury Public Library Main Branch on Mackenzie Street for local farmers, vendors, and other parties that are interested. There is a strong demand for a mid-week market for those that work downtown, and who may leave for camp on the weekends. The purpose is to develop a farmers market that is affordable for producers, accessible for customers and fun for all. This public meeting will help define the criteria’s, location, and what the market can be.

Farmers and vendors are invited come out and share your ideas! We cannot be more thrilled to support this important initiative for our community.

For more information, contact:

Pamela Charron

Urban Food Coordinator

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