Volunteers with the Sooke Fall Fair will be cooking up a storm during Seedy Saturday on February 28.

Seedy Sataurday amd Fall Fair partner up

Community groups will all get together for Sooke's Seedy Saturday

Once again Sooke Fall Fair has partnered with Seedy Saturday to promote and support the wonderful art of growing and producing food, flowers and beauty.

We at the Fall Fair are excited to have our market on the ground floor of the Sooke Community Hall and to invite all those coming to buy their non-GMO seeds and plants at the market. Then join us at the Fall fair for some healthy competition and the end of the growing season.

This year Sooke Fall Fair Embraces Soil and Light, not only for the growing but how the soil is produced, ie: compost, and light supplied by sunshine not only for growing but also for the technology which light has given us to move ahead in different ways, with solar panels, laser technology and more. Watch for monthly Sooke Fall Fair markets to keep informed of new events this year. Watch the community calendar in the Sooke News Mirror for meetings, etc.

On February 28, the Sooke Fall Fair will be supplying healthy, organic leek and potato soup, pumpkin soup, organic turkey stew, multi-grain or gluten-free bread or grilled cheese sandwiches as well as fresh made muffins, including gluten free.

We have a ready and excited crew to serve up a good, hot meal and also a vibrant market complimenting Seedy Saturday Market upstairs. We look forward to seeing you all there and welcome you to come and volunteer for our Sooke Fall Fair.

Time to think spring. See you on February 28.

Ellen Lewers

President Sooke Fall Fair

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