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Carp Farmers' Market

Volume 22, Number 4                              May 26, 2018       

Maritza Marcantonio, Editor


This Weeks Market!

This Week's Event

It’s our 1st KIDS’ CLUB of the year! We’re celebrating Earth Day in May at our KIDS’ CLUB tent where all kids who visit will receive a FREE tree to take home and plant! 

About our Lamb Day Event last Saturday: All those who attended the Market last weekend or follow us on Facebook know that last week’s Lamb Day event was cancelled last minute due to an accident involving the pen on the way to Market Saturday morning. We are in the process of deciding which day will work best for our rescheduled event so stay tuned! 

Information Section

The Carp Farmers’ Market is the largest producer based Farmers’ Market in Eastern Ontario! The Market is open every Saturday from May until the end of October from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., rain or shine. Entrance and parking are free and the market is wheelchair-accessible.

If you would like to receive up to the date news on all upcoming market events, please “like” us on Facebook (Carp Farmers’ Market) and follow us on Twitter (@Carp_Market). You can also follow us on Instagram (@carpfarmersmarket) for fun photos featuring everything you love about the Carp Market!


Upcoming Events

June 2 – Doors Open Ottawa + Dog Agility Day with WAGS Dog Agility group.

June 9 – Cooking Demo. Gourmet grilled cheese demo with our vendor Heather’s Hearth.

June 16 - Father's Day. Check out a Wood Turning Demo thanks to the Ottawa Valley Wood Turners.

June 23 - 3rd Annual Herb Festival! Save the date for our annual Herb Festival Market! Open 8am to 3pm there will be 100+ local vendors, cooking demos, Ask the Herbalist Table and much more! Featured herb this year is mint!


This Weeks Recipe

Blackberry Rhubarb Crumble Pie


Last week I spotted some of the first rhubarb of the season at the market and figured what better way to celebrate than with a delicious Crumble Pie recipe! This recipe takes a twist a classic pairing, opting for blackberry with rhubarb rather than strawberry.