The Winchester Sunday Market welcomes two new vendors

Seen in above photo: Vendor Amanda Giles and son Brawler visit with Lady, at Winchester Sunday Market. Photo courtesy of Diane Drabowicz.

WINCHESTER — Winchester Sunday Market is pleased to announce two new additions to its line-up of vendors.  Amanda Giles of Oak Valley Produce, and Tara Mahmud of Sandy Design, bring with them a bounty of fresh produce, flowers, photography, art and gift ideas to delight every taste.

“With the summer harvest finally coming in, we’re seeing a lot of locally grown vegetables and flowers,” says Gail Storring, co-chair of the North Dundas Arts Council which runs the popular outdoor market. “Tara and Amanda both bring a level of enthusiasm and professionalism to their vending that we’re proud to offer our customers.”

Winchester Sunday Market also features customer favourites Delsa-Bella Bakery, Jambel Cuisine, Avon, and other visiting vendors.  The market’s manager, Ann Brady, adds: “With the beautiful summer weather back, this is the perfect place to bring your family, your doggies, a blanket or lawn chair, and just relax to the live music on our Sunday stage. Our vendors will make you supper and send you home with baked treats, bubblebath, armloads of fresh greens and flowers. It doesn’t get any nicer than that – plus, you’re supporting local family businesses when you shop here.”

Winchester Sunday Market runs every Sunday, 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Sweet Corner Park, through October 1.


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