The Castlegar Craft and Farmers’ Market has been open for business for several weeks now and this year’s offerings are fresh and varied.
The market is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Station Museum in downtown Castlegar.
The market has a variety of vendors selling everything from fresh produce to bird houses and live music to listen to while you browse.
Produce available in recent weeks has included turnips, kale, cilantro, radishes, and garlic scapes.
Baked goods have included peach, cherry, apple, and strawberry rhubarb pies; cheddar jalapeno, white, brown, seed, Mediterranean and raisin breads; and lavender shortbread and salted caramel chocolate brownie cookies.
Other items for sale have included holistic personal care products, teas, borscht, nut mixes, candies and craft items.
Space rental is $10 per week. Contact Deb McIntosh for more information at 250-608-1047.