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Farmers’ Market Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has wonderful Famers’ Markets.  A great way to meet some of the locals, try fresh local produce, enjoy entertainment, shop for arts and crafts from local crafts people.  Markets vary by area so check out the local bulletin board or shop to find out the dates and times.  Or check the link below to “find a market”.

You can look for food, art, photography, crafts, jewelry, breads, cookies, muffins, fiddlers, dancers, local produce, jams, jellies, honey and sauces, beer, gin, vodka and wine, quilts, and more.  Ask for recipes and tips if you find unfamiliar items.

Enjoy a visit to the Antigonish Farmers’ Market

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The Out and About Nova Scotia Facebook Page is frequently updated with interesting content of places, photos, events and interesting stories from around Nova Scotia.  See the live facebook feed on the right column of this blog.

If you haven’t already done so check out the page and LIKE it.  Share and comment on the posts and post your own suggestions and things you love about Nova Scotia.

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Exploring Celtic Shores Coastal Trail in Rankinville, Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia | 4K Drone ... See MoreSee Less
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It’s a good time to learn the key characteristics of maple tree bark. Pictured here are 8 maples that grow in North America. While bark characteristics of some maples are quite similar (black and sugar, for instance), characteristics of other maples are completely different (mountain and silver, for instance). I particularly enjoy the unique bark of striped maple. I also love the way that the bark of red maple changes so much over its lifetime. But of course, I can’t get enough of the platy look of sugar maple, and the way that certain sections of its old-growth bark slough off and become nearly smooth. How about you? Got any favorites? ... See MoreSee Less
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Mist Rising on an Autumn Morning

This autumn morning in Antigonish was a perfect mix of crisp fall day, a light wind and changing temperatures that brought mist rolling into the valley and rising and falling on the wind currents.  The green fields, reds and golds of the trees peeked out or were hidden by the autumn mists.

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