Open on Saturday, June 6, 2020
9:00 am to 1:00 pm
at the historic United Church in Harbourville, N.S.
3201 Long Point Rd
And every Saturday to October 10, 2020
This week (June 6th) the following vendors will be at the Market:
Interested in being a vendor with us?
Come and support the growers of local fruits, vegetables, berries, herbs and flowers, fresh, locally-produced baked goods, preserved and prepared foods, fresh, locally-roasted coffee and a wide variety of arts and crafts by local artists and artisans.
Here’s How We’re Operating
June 6, 2020 – The North Mountain United Tapestry Cultural & Heritage Society is pleased to provide you with our initial operating plans for the 2020 season.
The volunteer Board of Directors of Tapestry, which operates the North Mountain Market and Artisans’ Market, is monitoring the present situation with respect to the Covid-19 pandemic and provincial state of emergency.
We wish to reassure market vendors and artisans that we will do everything we can to enable customers to purchase produce and products from you safely at the United Church in Harbourville on Saturdays.
Based on the guidelines from the Nova Scotia Public Health Authority and Farm Markets of Nova Scotia, our initial operating procedures are as follows:
If possible, Market customers should visit the websites and Facebook pages of vendors and artisans prior to Saturday to see what vendors have to offer.
You can find these pages listed below. Please scroll down the page to see all of our vendors and their contact informtion.
Customers can contact vendors and artisans by phone or email to discuss prices, place an order and arrange payment.
Customers can then visit the North Mountain Market, adhere to physical distancing, hand washing and facial covering guidelines, to pick up their orders.
Follow Safety Guidelines
Vendors and customers attending the market must adhere to physical distancing, hand washing and facial covering guidelines.
This Saturday (June 6th), there will be eight vendors.
Five will be set up outside of the church (Bruce Brydon, Colleen Gregory, Hawthorn Hill Farms, Silvery Moon Alpacas Farm and Terra Tonics Farm).
Three vendors will be set up inside (Celtic Goddess Jewellery, Hang Ups Clothespins and Hilda DeVries).
One customer will be served at a table at a time.
Five customers will be permitted to enter the church at a time. We request other customers to wait outside the church for their turn, keeping at least two meters apart.
All vendors will wear facial masks.
Tapestry will ensure that the above guidelines are followed.
Looking Forward to Seeing you on Saturday
We realize this is not the customary way for vendors and customers to meet and engage in commerce at the North Mountain Market. However, under these extraordinary circumstances, we believe it is the best we can do to facilitate safe commerce and respect our friends and neighbours.
We look forward to serving you this market season.
If you have any comments or questions, please comment on this post, or contact us privately by email at:
How to Find Us
From Exit 15 on highway 101, take highway 360 to Harbourville. It’s a short, 15-minute, scenic drive to the Bay of Fundy.