From our Facebook page
Posted Friday September 20th, 2019 - 11:35 am
CONTEST ALERT! ThunderCon is on tomorrow at the CLE Grounds and the Market is open an extra hour (til 2 pm) to enjoy the fun!
We have a prize pack of a free Saturday entry wristband ($20 value!), $10 in Market bucks, a water bottle to keep you hydrated and a bag to carry all your good stuff home.
To win: Comment below on what your favourite character would enjoy most about the Market. Example: Spiderman would love to swing in the upstairs rafters.
The most creative entry, as judged by number of likes on the comment and by the market manager, will be chosen Saturday at 10 am.
Hot tip: contest also running on Instagram, so you can enter on both!
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Scooby and Shaggy from Mystery Incorporated would love all the delicious food from the market! Could you imagine the size of the super decker sandwich they could make!? Zoinks! Scooby Dooby Doo!
In true Canadian style Captain Canada the Canadian-comic book hero would certainly stop at Nor’Wester Maple Co table to down a bottle of 100% pure local grade A amber maple syrup, a bag of maple sugar and a few maple candies for the road 🍁🍁 mmmmmmaple #shoplocal #eatlocal #supportlocal #thunderbay
Dr. Emmett “Doc” Brown would be able to get up to 88 mph in the CLE parking lot to time travel over and over again, until he’s seen and tasted all that the TBay Country Market has to offer!!
Wonder Woman would love The Healing Balm from Bare Organics to soothe her sore muscles after a fight
Woody or buzz from toy story would be cool . My kids would be excited to see them and I would myself because I loved watching the movies when I was younger too.
Harry Potter would enjoy a treat from the Chocolate Cow (frog) Yummy
I think Thor from End Game would love to eat his feelings at all the booths lol.
Posted Thursday September 19th, 2019 - 1:30 pm
Vendor visit: I had the opportunity to visit with Bryce at Kumbaya Kombucha at his location at 320 May St. Two years ago, Bryce joined the Market, bringing his kombucha (fermented tea) and it's been great to see his business grow and see him adding new products such as kimchi and fruit leather. Bryce has a real focus on local, working with local businesses to commission items for his shop, to purchase fruits that go into his brews and to create unique blends for other places that sell his kombucha on tap. Bryce's next goal is to work with local bars and restaurants to have his kombucha on tap for a healthy alternative to pop, but also as an awesome mixer for cocktails and mocktails. Read the photo descriptions for more about the processes involved! ... See MoreSee Less
Posted Wednesday September 18th, 2019 - 3:41 pm
Bowls, noodle bowls, apple crepes and market items. The tiniest selection of what’s available today at Market! Open til 6:30
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Posted Wednesday September 11th, 2019 - 3:57 pm
Our Wednesday outdoor market might be a bit smaller but it is just as mighty. Despite the cool weather, our vendors have lots of fresh produce just harvested. And indoors is warm, bustling and full of the best of Thunder Bay. See you soon! We are open til 6:30 ... See MoreSee Less
Thunder Bay Country Market is with Northern Unique and 2 others.
Posted Saturday September 7th, 2019 - 8:13 am
We do not want to accept it... but fall is here. Cooler mornings and fall items appearing on shelves. Of course all the fall produce but also pumpkin muffins, fall scented soaps and candles and spiced pear pies. Perfect time to come down to the Market! #shoplocal #ihearttbaymarket #eatlocal #fall #thunderbay #yqt #tbaymarket
With: McChristie's Handcrafted Soaps - Thunder Bay Pie.ology Northern Unique Buff Bakery Peace & Quiet Candle Co. ... See MoreSee Less
Sharon Haywood Kozak
Posted Thursday September 5th, 2019 - 3:20 pm
It would be greatly appreciated if you could include a separate list of Wednesday vendors on your website. ... See MoreSee Less
Hi Sharon, thanks for the post. All indoor vendors need to be at both Markets, so it is only the outdoor vendors that change a bit. Occasionally of course an indoor vendor is away, as we understand they are small businesses. If you go to our website and click on Market Maps, you'll see the outdoor vendors in the third column are split by when they attend (both days, just Wed, just Sat). It changes a bit but I try to keep it as up to date as possible. Hope this helps!