An added attraction at tomorrow’s Mountjoy Farmers Market is music.

Porcupine District Agricultural Society president Rock Whissell says “Kelseidoscope” will be performing acoustically during market hours, from nine to noon.

And as usual, what the vendors offer is changing.

“Local beans, yellow beans and peas are all in season, so there should be a lot of fresh produce locally grown here,” Whissell forecasts. “I do have three or four which I call weekenders, so new vendors coming in just for the day.”


No live animals this week, however.

“We’re looking at lambs for next weekend, but we concentrated on the live music this week, so we’ll know more next week for what live animals we’ll have.”

The market runs from 9:00am until noon in the parking lot at Participark, just west of the Mattagami River bridge.