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Halifax Farmers' Market

When most people think of the Halifax Farmers’ Market, they think of food, especially local, organic produce: cheese, eggs, pork, vegetables. Maybe readers are confused about the flea market thing because so many Haligonians are heading down there on Saturday mornings for more than just the great eats, to check out the work of Nova Scotia artisans, artists and craftspeople, with gifts to consider for family and friends and items for the home and garden. Except, flea markets tend to offer used or damaged goods, whereas the Farmers’ Market is all new stuff, locally made. So, voters, maybe keep that in mind for next year. 1869 Upper Water Street, 492-4438

1st Runner Up: Halifax Forum, 2901 Windsor, 490-4614

2nd Runner Up: Sackville Legion Flea Market, 832-3241

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