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Sunday May 15th
 Join us at market this week! Stop by for your weekly grocery shop for fresh local eggs, produce, prepared foods and craft artisans wares.
Hot Food/Beverage Vendors:
Heights Coffee
Mandair Farms (Pakora)
OhMyGado (Indonesian/Canadian Fusion)
Tamaly Shop
The Brownie Bakers
Dani Black

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FREE Market Demo on pH of Foods

At market this Sunday a pH of foods activity presented by Science For will be running all market long on a drop-in basis during the hours of 9am - 1pm

This is for people of all ages, including children. People can come and test the acidity levels of some of the produce being sold at the market that day

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Kids POP (Power Of Produce) Club 
May 15th (Water Wise: Keeping Hydrated) 
Water is crucial to maintaining good health and well being. This week at POP Club we're going to take that understanding to a new level as we look at all of the ways water helps us live happier, healthier lives. Did you know that some fruits and vegetables like cucumbers, radishes and strawberries have such high water counts, that eating them can help keep you hydrated?! Wowza. Please pass the cucumber, I'm thirsty! While at POP, club members will be making rain gauges and trying some fruit infused water over at the 2-Bite club. Sounds refreshing!. 

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Sugar Free Baking Workshop
May 22nd  11:00am -12:00pm
Join Heather Woodruff, Certified Nutritional Practitioner, for a delicious workshop where you will learn how to easily replace the refined sugar from your world (even if you've never been able to say no to it before). You'll discover all the amazing natural sweeteners found in our very own farmer's market. The workshop includes a Sugar-Free Guidebook and mouth watering recipes.
 Outdoor event so please dress for the weather. Cost $10

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Vendor Spotlight - Heights
Meet Robert from Heights Coffee. He started his business out of a passion for coffee! Robert and his business partner Garnet would roast coffee on their barbecues, they would then trade with one other and compare notes. As they got more serious they purchased a countertop coffee roaster, and it was not long before they converted part of a warehouse (Robert's other business) into a full blown coffee roastery!
The name 'Heights' is a way to pay tribute to the neighbourhood that got Robert & Garnet started as friends. Robert's favourite thing about our farmers markets is getting face time & connecting with the people who make his dream of running a small business possible
You'll find Robert at both Coquitlam and Port Moody Farmers market this season. If he's not at market (or roasting coffee) you'll find him in his workshop. A passion of Robert's is to repair and up-cycle something that has been discarded, and give it a new life!

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Help the POP Program
Our Kids POP (Power Of Produce) Program has some fun craft activities planned for the season and we need some smaller sized 800ml plastic beverage bottles. If you have some at home please bring them along with you to market this Sunday May 8th and drop to either the POP or the Information Tent.

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May 22nd - Electronics Recycling
Join us next week at market, May 22 with your old, broken and unused computer parts, stereo equipment or old phones to recycle and support a local student in the process. List below of items that are eligible
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Wild, Native & Medicinal Plants Workshop - Lori Snyder, Indigenous Educator
We are excited to have Lori Snyder join us at the Port Moody Police Department Community Garden on June 4th! (Children free to attend)
Lori will guide us to understand the importance of native plants for food, medicine, and shelter for all species. Find out how to best use these plants, seasonality and when to harvest, and what can be made with them.
Lori’s vision is to continually co-create insightful dialogues, to remediate and reconcile with our Indigenous plants as we reintroduce them into our urban landscapes. By sharing and growing these practices, communities can access our true local foods and medicines, which support collective resilience and deep ecological healing for all species.

Enhanced Safety Measures
We continue with added safety measures at our markets
  • Please stay home if you're feeling unwell
  • Don't touch products unless you're purchasing them
  • There will be limits to how many people can enter one booth at a time (please look for signs posted on booths)
  • You will find socially distanced line ups across from busy vendors
  • Please use hand sanitization stations found around the markets

Parking & Washrooms
Parking - there is limited parking available in the Dogwood Pavilion parking lot.  There is street parking available, but please be aware of parking restrictions.   Ample parking is available across the street at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Centre. 
Washrooms are available in the Poirier Community Center and across the street at the Poirier Sport and Leisure Centre.  

NEW Live Vendor Map
Interactive Map - Want to know the exact location of your favourite vendor? Click here to check out our new interactive map
Vendor Schedule Search - Favourite Vendor not at market this week?  Click here to search them and see all their dates for the whole season
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Thank you for supporting local business!
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