- Airstream Café
Rita Landgraf & Ross Bunnell | Bridgewater
Serving crepes, schnitzels & sausages on naan, naan pizzas, waffles on a stick, oatcakes, cinnamon rolls & espresso drinks around the South Shore of Nova Scotia
We use organic fair-trade coffee, tea and sugar from JustUs! Coffee Roasters. Our waffles, crepes, oatcakes and other baked goods are made with real butter, free-run eggs and organic flours.
- Bear River FarmSaskia & Thilo Kolass | Bear River
The grain used to make their sourdough rye bread is grown on their certified Biodynamic Farm. The rye is freshly milled each week; the dough is kneaded by hand and baked using a family recipe that is over 120 years old. This delicious bread contains NO wheat, NO yeast, NO dairy, NO sugar and NO eggs. It is very easy to digest and it is vegan! You can toast it and freeze it and it goes well with everything. You can find their bread for sale at our market at the Airstream Cafe.
- Boulangerie La VendéenneDavid Unterweger | Martins River
Our mission is to offer our customers authentic French breads and viennoiseries using traditional artisanal baking methods. Our commitment to delivering fresh certified organic breads is matched with our desire to support the environment from beginning to end, offering healthy food, using high quality ingredients, following organic standards and procedures and supporting local farmers.
- Brenda's Baked GoodsBrenda Verreault | Barrs Corner
Delicious homemade baked goods, made with quality ingredients. You can choose from various delicacies such as:
- Pies, scones, cookies, squares, muffins and more
- decorated cakes, biscuits, cinnamon buns, and cupcakes
- gluten-free products available upon request.
- Connie's Homemade Baked GoodsConnie Hyson | New Cumberland
Connie not only makes wonderful homemade breads, biscuits and cookies — but she can adjust to any dietary needs. Gluten free, whole grains, no salt breads — just let her know what you need. She is looking forward to being a weekly vendor at the Bridgewater Farmers' Market during the 2016 Season.
- Dirty Buoy Natural SoapRick Conrad | West Berlin
A small scale soapery located on the South Shore of Nova Scotia, focusing on high quality, handcrafted skin and beauty products. Dirty Buoys specializes in natural soaps, shampoo bars, body butter, bath bombs and salts, and a variety of other products which all natural ingredients.
The owner uses organic, sustainable, and locally sourced ingredients whenever it is possible, and many products are vegan friendly.
Dirty Buoys Natural Soaps can be found online at https://www.dirtybuoysoap.com
- Firkinstein BreweryDevin Fraser & Adam Sarty | New Cumberland
A grassroots craft brewery. Their interest in brewing grew to a passion, as Devin and Adam began gaining expertise from local home brewers and larger brewing companies alike. Since 2015, Firkinstein has been continually growing, with many varieties of brews being added and a new brew pub soon to open on King St. Firkinstein is a serious competitor in the craft beer market.
- Fresh Functional ArtJanet Tanner | Front Centre
Local Artist Janet Tanner, owner of freshfunctionalart.com offers prints and mini print-note cards of her orginal painting as well as hand painted plant pots, paintings and refurbished surprise pieces from time to time.
As of the end of July 2017, Janet has finished at our market and can be contacted at ther studio.
- Gilbert FarmFred Gilbert | Midville Branch
Gilbert Farm is certified organic by Ecocert for the production of mixed vegetables, small fruit, tree fruit and tree nuts. Eggs, potted organic plants, fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as hazelnuts will be for sale. Visit The Farm's website for more information at: www.the-gilbert-farm.com.
- Indian Garden FarmsMatthew Hebb &Family | Hebbville
Established in 1856, Indian Garden Farms is well known for their seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Throughout the season they bring a variety of hanging planters, jams, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, beans, peas, carrots, beets, potatoes, cranberries, apples, pears and their famous corn.
- Lovely WeedsChanelle Jefferson | Pleasantville
This local artist creates a variety of Nova Scotian themed posters, cards, and prints. Her themes often include vegetables and more generally plants, as well as nautical scenes, and local buildings or landmarks.
Lovely Weeds strives to break away from the traditional Nova Scotian folk art by using a modern ink and watercolour style and getting a different view on many of the South Shore’s key locations
- Mother CultureCaroline Borle | New Germany
Home-made in small batches: vegan kimchi, lactofermented turnips and other vegetables. Kombucha, gomasio, and more.
- Petite Riviere VinyardsBarbara Thompson & Gerard Wadden | Petite Riviere
Petite Riviere Vineyards is an old-world style winery producing elegant and complex wines. Located 20 minutes from Bridgewater on the unique slopes of the South Shore's drumlin hills, the French designed winery is surrounded by lavender gardens and a stone terrace with sweeping views of the vineyards and country side. "You would think you were in Provence!"
Wine tastings are available, and our "Ultimate Tour & Wine Tasting" runs daily at noon (tour reservations are required, please.) We host a variety of music concerts, art shows and various special events throughout the year. Check out our website for details at www.PetiteRiviereVineyards.ca.
Open daily 11am-5pm from May through October. Take Exit 15 from Highway 103, and follow our signs.
- R&R Corkum FarmRalph Jr. and Reuben Corkum | New Cumberland Road, Bridgewater
Raising top quality grass-fed beef, the farm has been in operation for 5 generations. Their cattle is raised free of chemicals and growth hormones. In addition to their beef products they sell free range eggs, seasonal vegetables, berries, pickles and baked goods. They welcome visitors to their farm. Just call ahead and come for a visit.
- Rumtopf FarmTomas Wolter | Conquerall Mills
The Wolter Family has been market gardening since 1985, growing a variety of fruits and vegetables using sustainable methods.
Some of what we grow: salad greens, garlic, filet beans, beets, carrots, potatoes, celeriac, squash, and a variety of herbs. We also grow willow and make and sell willow baskets.
Everyone in our family of 7 is involved in growing what we bring to the market and put on our table.
- T & D's PickleliciousTim & Donna Zwicker | Bridgewater, NS
During the summer and fall, Tim and Donna make and sell homemade pickles and jams. When it gets cooler, they add home made mitts, socks, etc. to their offerings.