Thursday, 14 May 2015

Some Good Market Schedule

Change is good...some good. 4 months of SGMs under our belts so far in 2015 and the schedule for the rest of the year has been figured out! You'll find us in various locations and we're gonna have some fun!

We continue to have events in St. John's once a month at St. Thomas Church across from Coffee Matters on Military Road.

We will continue to have some events at the Avalon North Wolverines Search and Rescue Building on Station Road in Bay Roberts and will return to the Visitor's Information Pavilion on the Veteran's Memorial Highway in the Fall including our 2nd Annual FallPalooza in partnership with the Tourism Dept of the Town of Bay Roberts (Lois and Ron) and our favourite farmers of Roots Country Farm, Farmer Lisa and Farmer Corinne.

New to Some Good Market events...we'll have two special summer events in the town of Brigus at The Academy's a large venue in a beautiful and historic town and we are all looking forward to it.

Some Good Market is also heading to Coley's Point at the St. John of the Evangelical Church Hall on Neck Road. We'll have a number of events here including a special Halloween event on October 31.

Some Good Market continues to support our local food banks and the Community Food Sharing Association by collecting donations of food and cash at the door...admission is free. Our goal this year is $20,000.00 and our YTD is already at $4605.35!

All events are listed on Facebook on the Some Good Market page and will be updated with who will be on hand for each event.

We invite craftspeople, musicians, food vendors and anyone who makes anything really to apply to become part of the Some Good Family...just send information about your product to to apply and we'll go from there. We do have an application process which takes quality, originality and pricing into account.

Thanks to our patrons, vendors, communities and local halls for helping SGM grow and make a difference in the community. Spending local dollars does makes a difference to the local economy and spending time at local events makes a difference to the Community.