Find Something Special For Mom at the City Market

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Come check out the vast variety of original gift ideas only found at the City Market Downtown. It’s her special day and it only comes around once a year. Show her she’s someone extraordinary. We’ve got a few wonderful ideas to make the day even more special, more tasty and more memorable.

Treat Mom to a quick and easy home-made dinner and pick up some yummy lasagna, ravioli and pasta from Back to Basics, or a meat pie from Little Jack Horner. Or if you prefer to make it all from scratch, try the fresh meats offered up by our many meat vendors like Serben’s, Nature’s Green Acres and Sunshine Organic Farm.Sunshine Organic Farm

Birds and Bees Organic Winery

Compliment your meal with a bottle of wine from Birds & Bees Organic Winery or Barr Estate Winery, artisan breads from Prairie Mill Bread or Bread, Cheese and Kisses, flavourful cheeses from Smoky Valley Goat Cheese, and add a beautiful colourful salad of cucumber, peppers and tomatoes from Doef’s Greenhouse. Don’t forget dessert. Sweet Stuff Cakes and The Art of Cake offer up amazing sweet creations every week at the City Market.

 

The Mombot Window ArtMake sure to deck the table with a gorgeous bouquet of flowers from Kuhlmann’s Market Gardens. If dried arrangements are more her taste check out the unique compositions put together by Judy of The Mombot. If a handmade gift is more your style, Jewels by Amy showcases fine sterling silver Jewels By Amyjewelry with Swarovski crystals and hand blown glass, Line’s Designs offers up one of a kind textile handbags, and Greenwood Soaps has a “senstuous” array of  handmade soaps, balms and body butters.

Make a trip this Saturday to City Hall and find your own inspiration to show Mom how much you love her. And ask our friendly staff for help if you`re looking for more ideas.

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