We are excited and proud to introduce the NGFM Healthy Living program! In our County, there are many families who are food insecure meaning they do not always have enough money to get the food they need, much less have access to quality local… Continue Reading “NGFM Healthy Living Program”
Did you know? We are a proud member of the Farmers Markets of Nova Scotia?! What does this mean? 2. We are a non-profit organization Our focus is not on profit, but rather on our vendors and community and ways to improve opportunities for… Continue Reading “NGFM Fun Facts”
We are just a few days away the from opening the Market for the 2018 winter season. We thought it was a good time to look back at where we’ve been for 2017. Being that you have shown your support for us, we figure… Continue Reading “NGFM 2017 in Review”
On October 18th, the New Glasgow Farmers Market was the recipient of the 2017 Leadership in Business Award, awarded by the Pictou County Chamber of Commerce, sponsored by Mac, Mac & Mac. As described, the Leadership in Business Award is “presented to a business… Continue Reading “Leadership in Business 2017”
2016 was an exciting year for us. So many fantastic accomplishments, we set the bar high going into 2017!
Here we are…a little later than hoped. We had wanted to get this out a little sooner but Mother Nature had other plans and Winter came roaring in like a lion bringing snow, wind and power outages to our area. And it’s not really… Continue Reading “NGFM 2016 Gift Guide- Part 1 For Him”
That time of year is coming up again…the Holidays (as if you hadn’t noticed)! It’s a very busy time of the year with lots of hustle and sometimes too much bustle! We have lots of things happening at the Market to help make this… Continue Reading “Christmas is Coming!”
As you know, the New Glasgow Farmers Market is an incubator for small homegrown businesses. It is where new ideas are born and tested. We love and appreciate our community and we want to foster innovation and promote entrepreneurship and that begins with our kids. Did… Continue Reading “Keeping Market Youthful”