Mission Farmers’ Market hosts Seedy Saturday

The April 7 event happens at All Saints Anglican Church hall

Mission City Farmers’ Market’s annual Seedy Saturday happens April 7 at All Saints Anglican Church hall.

In addition to food, crafts and plants, the market will offer seed vendors and an exchange. Several varieties of heritage seeds will be available, and visitors can also enjoy a nutritious lunch and live music.

Returning for the fourth year, courtesy of Fraser Valley Building Supplies, are garden box kits for folks with small gardening spaces.

Seedy Saturday developed within the national Heritage Seed Program, now called Seeds of Diversity.

This charitable organization is dedicated to the conservation of Canadian plants. Its members grow and distribute more than 2,900 varieties of vegetables, fruit, grains, flowers and herbs.

The hall is located at Second Avenue and James Street, and hours are 9 a.m. to  2 p.m.

For more information visit www.missioncityfarmersmarket.com.

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