Your Markets have a new face

I’m Craig Mullin and proud to be the new Market Coordinator for the West Kootenay EcoSociety. I’m truly excited to pick up where Jesse, EcoSociety’s previous Market Coordinator left off and ensure the vibrant market culture we already have in Nelson continues to thrive. I moved to Nelson from Vancouver in 2006 with a dream to build my own home and raise a family. With a background in music event…

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Open Outdoor Market Season

The 2016 outdoor market season has arrived! It all starts with the Nelson Garden Festival onthis Saturday. This wonderful event takes place from 10am-3pm on the 200 block of Baker Street. If you love gardening this event is not to be missed. Will you be there? On Saturday, May 14, West Kootenay EcoSociety’s Cottonwood Community Market opens to kick-off another season…

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2016 Cottonwood Market opening

2016 Cottonwood Community Market season will be reopening every Saturday starting on May 14th and run through to October 29th. Every Saturday at Cottonwood Falls Park, Cottonwood Market features live music and a friendly vibe.  Over 40 vendors are at Cottonwood each Saturday selling fresh produce, fresh juice, eggs, honey, local natural meats, home-brewed root beer, and a great selection of…

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2015 Fall Fair

EcoSociety invites you to the 8th Annual Fall Fair at Cottonwood Market on September 26th 2015! The Fall Fair is a traditional harvest celebration complete with live music, prizes for best produce, preserves, and pies, as well as all the fresh produce, delicious food and amazing crafts that Cottonwood Market is known for.  For more…

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Cottonwood Market in Chatelaine – top 10 markets

Chatelaine magazine recently featured Cottonwood Market as one of Canada's top ten farmer's markets! Congratulations to all our amazing vendors and customers who make the market such a wonderful experience! Here's the link: Scene: Sprawl out and people-watch on lush green grass or join hippies and artists to be serenaded by local…

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