Purchase fresh produce and enjoy live music at Knox United Church’s Fresh Food Market on Saturday, February 28, 2014 from 11am - 2pm.
The food is sold at cost!
Anonymous said: Do you know where I can get the Indian dish Aloo Palak in Winnipeg?
I’m sorry, I do not. Readers?
This just in from reader the bearsupthere:
Try East India Co. for Aloo Palak, just because it isn’t on the menu, doesn’t mean you couldn’t order it.
It is essentially Palak Paneer, but without the cheese and with potatoes.
Dhoom Restaurant and Lounge
141 Donald Street
My friend Carlee swears by this place!
Wellness Institute Farmers’ Market (11 AM - 5 PM)
July 17 to mid-September
FortWhyte Alive Centre Farmers’ Market (1-6 PM)
Mid-July to October 2
Wolseley Farmers’ Market - R.A. Steen Community Centre (4-8 PM)
Until November 1
St. Norbert Farmers’ Market (12-6 PM)
Until September 26
Health Sciences Centre Farmers’ Market - Pearl Street @ McDermot Avenue (10 AM - 5 PM)
July 5 to October 4
Transcona Biz Market Garden - 131 Victoria Avenue West (11 AM - 3 PM)
July 5 to September 13
Gas Station Village Market - Osborne Street @ River Avenue (4-8 PM)
Until September 20
Main Street Farmers’ Market - Main Street @ Euclid Avenue (2-7 PM)
June 29 to September 14
River Heights Farmers’ Market - River Heights Community Centre (1-6 PM)
July 6 to September 28
WKMCC Urban Farmers’ Market - 346 Perth Avenue (8 AM - 1 PM)
June 30 to September 1
St. Norbert Farmers’ Market (8 AM - 3 PM)
Until October 27
The Forks Market (11 AM - 4 PM)
Until September 30
The Soko Summer Market - Canad Inns Stadium (11 AM - 5 PM)
June 23 to September
For a comprehensive list of farmers’ markets, market stands, U-pick farms, and community supported agriculture farms in Manitoba: http://www.gov.mb.ca/agriculture/food/upick/farm_mkt_web.pdf
For more information about Winnipeg’s farmers’ markets: http://fmam.ca/
Saturday, June 9, 2012 @ 9:30 AM
Tickets: $15; must be purchased in advance
Pirate PartyJune 9, 9:30 am in Prairie Ink RestaurantTickets are $15They must be purchased in advance at Prairie Ink or by calling 975-2659.What do pirates eat for breakfast?Kids, bring your dads, bring your grandpas to our annual Father Child Pirate Party!!There will be pirate pancakes and plenty of fun!Stories, crafts and a chance to meet the famous pirate Captain J. Roger.Dress like a pirate.Talk like a pirate.Party like a pirate.Aaaarrrgh!
Every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-8 PM starting June 19, 2012 - in the courtyard at R.A. Steen Community Centre
“The Wolseley Farmer’s Market is a first-time venture for the area and is set up in conjunction with Jonathan Steven’s Community Supported Agriculture drop-off program. Every week Jonathan will be driving in from the Interlake to drop off fresh produce boxes to his share members. These share members will hopefully make up a large portion of the market attendees as he will have well over 150 shares this season.
The market’s initiation date is set for June 19th and will run well into October, and potentially throughout the fall and winter, depending on interest from the community and from vendors. The market will take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 4-8pm at the R.A. Steen Community Center, outside in the courtyard.
We hope to have a wide variety of vendors and have space for 12 tables. There has been interest from a wide range of local producers and we hope to have a solid base of vendors for produce, meat, honey, and bread. Our priority for the market is to support the local community and therefore we are making local businesses and producers a priority. We are also excited about home-based businesses run by individuals in the area to premier their products at the market.
So far the list of interested vendors include folks who make pottery, glass jewelery, body products, grow produce, grass-fed beef, and make freshly squeezed juices and teas. We are still looking for people who are passionate about baking, and preparing fresh on-the-spot snacks (as well as a host of other goods!).
The final components of the market are vital to making this a successful weekly community event: Workshops and Musicians. We have had lots of enthusiasm from skilled people who are willing to share their talents with the community through a presentation or hands-on skill-shares. This has included bike repair, herbalism, bee-keeping, and fruit drying. We are looking for more!
Lastly, music will be a great way to showcase local Winnipeg talent, while providing a great, relaxed atmosphere at the market! If you are interested, or know of musicians looking for a venue, please pass this information along.