Bolton Regional Councillor Good to Know

As Fresh as it Gets

Berries, produce, meats, preserves, breads, prepared foods, plants and special guests at markets in Caledon this week.

Warm and sunny all week – it is the perfect week to enjoy local food at the Caledon markets in Inglewood on Wednesday, SouthFields on Thursday and Caledon in Bolton on Saturday.

Today at the Inglewood Farmers’ Market with special guests the Caledon Public Library, Town of Caledon Green Team from Energy and Environment, Soup Girl’s Mom, Joy’s Photography and artisan clothes. Come to this foodie market in the Village of Inglewood for great local food, live music, activities, on site playground by the Credit River and more. Look for berries, greens and local vegetables, lamb, meat pies, perogies, cookies, breads, preserves, curries, garlic, tomatoes, cured meats, sweets, edible plants – heritage, herbs and other varieties, ornamental and native species plants and more. Also, look for natural local made skin care products. For eating at the market or for take away, look for lamb burgers, hot pies, samosas and perogies. Held Wednesdays 3:30-7:00pm at Inglewood Park/Arena. 15551 McLaughlin Road

SouthFields Village Farmers’ Market (Thursday): Caledon’s newest market is located in the heart of the village and runs Thursdays from 3:30pm to 7:30pm at SouthFields Village Public School (110 Learmont Ave. – just north of Mayfield off Kennedy Rd., in Caledon). This week there will be live music by Tom Kovacs and a raffle. The market offers a mix of fresh vegetables, prepared foods, cured meats, preserves, plants and lots more. For more information: and look for the market on Facebook.

Caledon Farmers’ Market in Bolton (Saturday): This “first producers” market is located at Albion Bolton Fairgrounds at 150 Queen Street South in Bolton. It offers the opportunity to sample and purchase locally-produced goods directly from the source. Each week includes a different food-oriented theme and the Market Sprouts Club for kids 12 and under. Events such as culinary demonstrations and live music are also regularly scheduled. We have a great mix of vendors this season including baked goods, photography, cured meats, breads/pretzels, stained glass art & jewelry, pottery, reclaimed wood housewares, soaps and BioDynamic certified meats! A slightly new variety each week, so be sure to visit often! For more information: or

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Patti Foley

Having spent 25 years in Bolton, Patti remains an advocate for Caledon. As a former Regional Councillor and a long-time community volunteer she is passionate about communicating information about its issues, news, events, people, non-profits and businesses.

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