We’re celebrating the launch of berry season with our annual Strawberry Festival!

June 18, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

FREE

St. Lawrence Market
93 Front Street East
Front Street East and Jarvis
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We will be set up in Market Lane where you can enter to win great prizes,

Sample delicious food — all inspired by strawberries

Schedule of FREE Events:

9 a.m. Making Strawberry and Mint Jam with Bumpercrop The Miele Gallery at the Market Kitchen
10 a.m. Sampling our traditional Chocolate Covered Strawberries Market Lane
10:30 a.m. Sampling Strawberry Lemonade with the Market’s Cruda Café Market Lane
11 a.m. Sampling Strawberry Chocolate Shortcake Market Lane
11 a.m. Cooking demonstration with Cityline’s 3 Chefs Massimo Capra and Michael Bonacini The Miele Gallery at the Market Kitchen
11:30 a.m. Complimentary flowers from the Market’s flower shop Greenery Patch Market Lane
12:30 a.m. Autograph session with Cityline’s 3 Chefs Massimo Capra and Michael Bonacini Market Lane

Here are the highlights of the Free Strawberry Festival at the St. Lawrence Market:

  • jam-making session presented by the Bumpercrop produce canning company
  • market merchants will offer complimentary food samples
  • a visit from renowned chefs Michael Bonacini and Massimo Capra
  • hosted by CityLine’s Patrick Reynolds
  • learn secrets of the chefs’ cooking techniques when you chat with Bonacini and Capra as they sign copies of their book, “3 Chefs: The Kitchen Men.”

Please click here for more info about the St. Lawrence Market Strawberry Festival.

Contact Info:
Phone: 416-392-7219
email: info@stlawrencemarket.com

Fully accessible Public washrooms On-site food or beverages Paid parking Shopping Kid-friendly

Enjoy!

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

News Release

June 13, 2011

St. Lawrence Market’s strawberry festival will celebrate start of berry season

St. Lawrence Market is getting ready to celebrate the launch of the 2011 berry season with the annual Strawberry Festival on Saturday, June 18 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The market will be buzzing with activities in Market Lane and in the Miele Gallery at the Market Kitchen. In the south and north market, selected merchants and vendors will feature items chosen to help celebrate the day.

This free festival will start with a jam-making session presented by the Bumpercrop produce canning company. Visitors will learn how to prepare strawberry and mint jam. In addition, market merchants will offer complimentary food samples.

Visitors will also be treated to a visit from renowned chefs Michael Bonacini and Massimo Capra. Hosted by CityLine’s Patrick Reynolds and inspired by everything strawberry, Bonacini and Capra will cook up a storm in the Miele Gallery at the Market Kitchen. Those who want to learn secrets of the chefs’ cooking techniques can chat with Bonacini and Capra as they sign copies of their book, “3 Chefs: The Kitchen Men.”

Organizers extend special thanks to event partner Citytv, special guest Bumpercrop, and St. Lawrence Market merchants Cruda Cafe, Greenery Patch, Paul Moyer, Maria Lopez, Salome Cordeiro and Scheffler’s Deli.

The Miele Gallery at the Market Kitchen is located on the west mezzanine of the south market, at 93 Front St. E.

The full schedule of events is available at http://www.stlawrencemarket.com.

St. Lawrence Market is a renowned international food market. Over 120 merchants and vendors serve the freshest produce, meats and baked goods. Located in Old Town Toronto, at Front Street East and Jarvis Street, St. Lawrence Market is spread throughout the South and North Market buildings. A food destination for the City of Toronto, St. Lawrence Market provides audiences with cooking classes and demonstrations taught by professional chefs.

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