Tag Archives: Farmers’ Market

Inside Guelph

October 3, 2013

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Mayor Farbridge talks about  the moving memorial service for the leading Aircraftsman Theodore Bates,  Adopt-a-Tree and Farmer’s Market.

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Farmers’ Market customer appreciation day

September 23, 2013

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Guelph, On, September 23, 2013 – The Guelph Farmers’ Market is holding Customer Appreciation Day this Saturday, September 28 from 7 a.m. until noon. Farmers’ market customers will have an opportunity to enjoy a free BBQ, entertainment and surprises. “We want to welcome the Farmers’ Market vendors and customers back to the newly renovated venue […]

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Farmers’ Market Update – last one on the repairs

March 21, 2011

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For those who want to know specifically what was done: The design was completed by Kleinfeldt Consultants Limited out of Mississauga. The bulk of the work was related to beefing up of the purlins which pick up the load from the roof deck and transmit it to the trusses. Each purlin was straightened out and […]

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Farmers’ Market Update

January 4, 2011

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I had an e-mail from a patron of the Farmers’ Market this morning asking about the timeline for the structural repairs. Here is the most recent information: The tender was awarded the week of December 20th, 2010. A purchase order has been issued to RusCan General Contracting Inc. of Concord, Ontario.  At this time, the completion […]

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Special Holiday Farmers’ Market

December 17, 2010

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There will be a special holiday Farmers’ Market in the market’s temporary location in City Hall Thursday, 1 Carden Street, December 23 from 6 to 10 p.m. The holiday market replaces regular market day on Saturday, December 25. Shoppers can buy fresh, local food and produce direct from growers, and pick up special, handmade gift […]

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Reminder: Guelph Farmers’ Market Temporarily Relocated to City Hall

December 10, 2010

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Remember this weekend when you head out to the Guelph Farmers’ Market that it has temporarily been relocated. Produce, arts and crafts vendors will be located in the lobby of City Hall. The Guelph Farmers’ Market will be open and operating at these two locations every Saturday until repairs to the market building’s roof are complete. Free […]

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Update: Most Farmers’ Market vendors to be accommodated within City Hall

December 9, 2010

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In response to vendor feedback, most Farmers’ Market vendors—including many meat and all produce vendors—will be able to sell their products in City Hall while roof repairs are undertaken to the market building at the corner of Gordon Street and Waterloo Avenue. This update comes after more work by City staff to keep the market […]

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Update on Farmers’ Market

December 8, 2010

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We have determined a way to bring everyone that will be at the alternate market inside the City Hall building. That means produce vendors and arts and craft vendors will be in City Hall A number of the raw meat vendors have indicated they can sell frozen meat product as long as it is in […]

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Chronology of structural review of Farmers’ Market

December 8, 2010

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  I have had several e-mails asking about the review process that led to the decision to close the Farmers’ Market building for repairs.  Here is the chronology. June 10 – Initial Structural Assessments report received. June 14 – Structural Assessment conducted by Kleinfeldt Consultants Limited. July 6/9 – Structural Assessment Report received. Preliminary review […]

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Guelph Farmers’ Market Temporarily Relocated to City Hall Lobby and Wilson Street Parking Lot

December 7, 2010

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The Guelph Farmers’ Market building at the corner of Gordon Street and Waterloo Avenue is now closed until repairs to its roof are complete. Public safety continues to be of paramount importance to the City of Guelph. Based on a recent structural assessment of the building, the City of Guelph—which owns the farmers’ market facility—is […]

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