Carp Farmers’ Easter Market

The Easter Market represents the start of the 2016 market season. Easter is early this year, but we still have 50+ vendors offering the great products that you’ve been missing since last season. Join us on March 26, Easter Saturday.  We’re here from 8:00 AM until 2:00 PM. See You there!


Vendor List

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Booth Business Name Products
1  Slip-trailed Stoneware Pottery  Terracotta, Stoneware pottery, lampshades
2  Tori b Designs  bracelets, earrings, necklaces, rings
3  The Salty Don  smoked salt, pepper, herbs & spices
4  Beking’s Eggs  farm-fresh eggs; pickled eggs
5 Pizza Farm Wood fired pizza sold frozen
6  Solely Sweet Treats Chocolate in various forms
7  Farm Experience School Crafts  pillowcases, quilts, barley bags
8  Main de Mariposa  organic oils body lotion, hand cream, scrubs
9  Pine Ridge Studios  stoneware & earthenware pottery
10 Opeongo Soap goat’s milk or rainwater soaps
11  Summereyes Custom Woodcrafts Custom Woodcrafts for all your household and garden needs
12 Back Forty Artisan Cheese  Sheep milk cheeses (Highland Blue, Dalhousie, Madawaska, Feta, Snow Road, Bonnechere)
13 Take Charge Tea Herbal Teas
14  Kathy’s Home Baking  bread, buns, angel cake, tarts, quiche, fruit pies
15  Carp Farmers’ Market Hostess  free draw tickets
16 Rosie’s Homemade Fudge 14 flavours homemade fudge, maple fudge cones
17  Russell’s Honey  Organic honey and honey baked goods
18  Heart and Home Soaps  Hand made soaps
19 West Carleton Food Access  Information booth
20 Carp Farmers’ Market Hostess booth Market Information




Booth Business Name Products
21-22  The Elk Ranch  elk meat, sausages, pepperettes, hides, antlers
23 Oats and Mills  Dairy free, Ice cream made with organic oats
24  Bacon-on-a-Bun  back or side bacon on-a-bun, with egg/cheese; drinks
25-26  Pork of Yore  Pork meat, sausages, pulled pork, various cuts
   27  Hall’s Apple Market  apples, crabapples, pears; fruit baked goods




Booth Business Name Products
28 Acorn Creek Farm Root & dried vegetables, preserves, herb powder & rubs
29 The Hemp Cookie Company Hemp seed-based cookies as high protein meal replacements or hearty snacks
30 Heather’s Hearth Artisan bread
31 Cheff Fields Farm Raw alpaca fleece, rollings, yarns, felt; felted products; hand-knitted alpaca products; kits
32  Dobson’s Grass Fed Beef Various cuts of grass-feed beef
33  Morningside Farm Lamb  lamb cuts, whole or half, ground & stew
   34 Triple A Farm – Emu & You Emu meat & oil; egg jewelery, feather decorations, soap lotions, cosmetics.
35 Savoury Pursuits Bread, muffins, cookies, pies, tarts, ordered cakes, take-home casseroles etc
36 The English Pie Shop Meat/fruit pies, eccles cake, sausage rolls, fruit tarts
37 La Maison du Kouign du Amann  French pastries – kouignettes, pies and cookies
38 Engine House Coffee Freshly brewed and bulk coffee
39 Fiesta Mexican cuisine, Huevos Rancheros,
40 All about the Soup Homemade frozen soups
41 Pat’s Sweet Temptations Cakes, cookies, squares, buns, biscuits, tarts, chocolates, peanut brittle
42 Arabesque Pottery Pottery
43 Ashton Naturals  Jams, jellies, pickles and preserves
44 Birch Design & Display Table runners, placemats, aprons, pillow cases, baby blankets, place mats, tree skirts
45 The Girl With the Most Cake Elaborately decorated homemade cakes from scratch, pure butter-cream icing. 3” to 8”
46 Nonna’s Salad dressings and marinades, vegetable dips, pizzelles
47 Hedgeview Farm Organics Micro Greens
48 Forks and things Silver Jewelry and wind chimes
49 Kricklewood Farm sunflower oil
50 Just a Bite Baked goods
51 Servipro Farm Fresh & dried Shiitake, Oyster & Chanterelle mushrooms, kits; Jellies – peppers, garlic
52 Bearbrook Farm games meats, sausages
53 Maple Holme Sugar Bush Maple syrup and Maple Products
54 Simply fruit Rice Puddings Fresh fruit puddings
55 Lacelle Apiary Fresh Honey Products
56 Chamomile Desjardins Hot sauces in various flavours and hotness
57 Undressed body care Handcrafted natural body care products
58 Needham’s Market Garden Maple syrup, potatoes, snap beans, beets, cabbage, carrots, onions, parsnips, squash


Carp Farmers' Market FAQ's

Q. What are your hours?

A.We are open Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. from May to October plus have special markets throughout the year.

Q. Is there an Admission charge?

A. No, it is FREE to get into the market.

Q. How much is parking?

A. Parking is FREE and we have wheelchair access.

Q. How many vendors do you have?

A. We have over 100 vendors, something for everyone!

Q. How can I become a Vendor?

A. We would be happy to have you as a vendor, please visit our "Becoming a Vendor" page for more information.

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