This Sunday, April 26 – Small Space Gardening
Please note the Small Space Gardening Workshop has been postponed to next Sunday, April 26. Tickets already purchased are still valid. If you have purchased a ticket and you are unable to attend next week, please email email@example.com.
Learn hands on about starting your own small space garden. Rachel Elves from Burquitlam Community Organic Garden Society and Green Zebra Markets in Vancouver will lead you through building your own DIY self-watering planter. With this cheap to make and easy to replicate planter, you can leave your plants to self water for quite a while. This workshop is perfect for those who might not have the time to garden often or possibly want to add to their existing garden without adding to the workload! The event will be outside and you may be handling messy materials so dress appropriately. Registration is $10 but you can pick up $10 worth of market coins when you check in at the info table. This workshop series is brought to you by the kind folks at Vancity. Register for one of two times, 10:30 or noon, at Eventbrite.
Also at the market this week are local musicians, Caitlin and Catherine. Caitlin has been singing and playing guitar since she was 12 and is passionate about sharing her love of music with others.
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Participate in our Social Media Contest
Throughout March and April we will be running a weekly draw to win Market Money, and products from Vendors!
How does it work?
Follow us on Instragram and Twitter @coquitlammarket
- Each Monday a new image is posted for the weekly draw.
- Like the image for one entry
- Comment on the image for a 2nd entry
- Share/ regram the image for a 3rd entry
- Check out the Vendor Spotlight on Fridays to see if you won!
Be sure to check out our blog for interesting gardening tips, food ideas, and upcoming events at the market!
Become a Friend of the Market
Meet our latest sponsors at the Port Moody Farmers Market
If you’ve make a New Year’s resolution to improve your health and/or appearance, you may want to stop by a new booth at the Sunday Port Moody Farmers’ Market. The “Holistic Lifestyle Trio” are on hand to answer your health and esthetic questions and maybe even help you keep that New Year’s resolution.
A native of Montreal, Dr. Joyce Chen received her Doctorate of Chiropractic in 2003 in France. She believes in a holistic approach and is committed to helping her patients live life with optimum health and well-being of mind, body and soul. She speaks fluent French and Mandarin as well as English. You can find out more about Dr. Chen at her Clarity in Healing web site.
Dr. Judith de Niet, offers both counselling and esthetics as individual or combined services. Originally from the Netherlands, Dr Judith is a Registered Clinical Counsellor as well as a Certified Esthetician. Weight management, infertility, chronic illnesses and psychological health including self-esteem, anxiety, and depression are her areas of expertise. Dr. Judith provided esthetics service in her home to help pay for her studies as she earned her psychology degree. Over time, the beauty sessions became therapy sessions as well for a number of her clients. Once she earned her doctorate and returned to Canada, she took night classes to become a certified esthetician. Combining the two disciplines allows her to continue working with her hands and mind and allows her clients to determine the type and/or pace of treatment. To learn more about Dr. de Niet’s services please visit her Vita Vitalis web site.
Alfred Lam is the owner of the VIGOUR Health & Beauty store and has a special commitment to holistic blood sugar management, immunity and cancer support. Reflecting VIGOUR’s company moto “Life was Given; Lifestyles are Chosen”, Alfred also offers monthly free seminars on different health and lifestyle issues. Vigour Health and Beauty is located in Newport Village. Noting the synchronicity of the services they offer the community, Joyce, Judith and Alfred have come together at the Port Moody Market and plan to be there every Sunday until April.