Visit Kitchener Market and Cafe Pyrus Outpost this August to shop for some natural soy candles and artisan goat's milk and shea butter soaps! Markets are the perfect place to try out various candle scents to find the perfect one for you. We will also have bath salt samples and aromatherapy spray samples for you to try out.
|Dates & Times||Locations|
|Saturday, August 6th from 7am - 2pm||Kitchener Market at 300 King Street East, Kitchener, ON., N2G 2L3
Booth will be located on Eby Street.
|Saturday, August 13th from 10am - 3pm||
Cafe Pyrus Outpost at 150 Roger Street, Waterloo, ON., N2J 1A9
|Thursday, August 25th from 6pm - 10:30pm||
Kitchener Market at 300 King Street East, Kitchener, ON., N2G 2L3
Aside from the artisan vendors like myself, Kitchener Market offers a whole ton of fresh produce from local farms at very affordable prices! They run from 7am - 2pm on Saturdays and I guarantee you'll find something to take home. Inside, you can also find an array of produce, meat, dairy, and baked goods. It's a fantastic place to visit to purchase your weekly groceries, especially knowing you're supporting local farms and getting the freshest ingredients at the same time. Roadside parking is available off King Street, but there is also the Kitchener Market Parking Garage on Duke Street.
Located off the Spur Line trail, Cafe Pyrus Outpost should be a guaranteed stop during your outdoor adventures. They are open every day of the week and offer freshly baked goods ranging from savoury to sweet, along with a good selection of vegetarian and gluten-free options. You can get different drinks like a warm Americano, freshly squeezed juice, and iced tea, and even gelato on those hot summer days! On Saturdays, they host a farmer's market from 10am - 1pm, but many vendors can stay later as they wish, so I am generally there until 3pm. The vendors are on a rotational market schedule, so please refer to the blogs and my social media on the dates and times I'll be there. You can also find other talented vendors like Makeworth Shop, Go Hug a Cactus, and Lang Street Company!