Our Farm Market is now open for our 30th season

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We’re proud to announce that we’ve opened for our 30th year this week. With your support and lots of help from our wonderful staff we’ve grown over the decades. Thank you!

We hope that this year will be better than ever for you to enjoy the fruits and vegetables that we and other Ontario farmers grow for you.

This week you’ll find delicious, sweet early strawberries from southwestern Ontario. In a few weeks our own ready-picked strawberries will be ripe and ready.

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Happiness is the Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream delivery.

Ontario spring crops available now are:

  • beautiful asparagus
  • Swiss chard
  • greenhouse vegetables
  • rhubarb

The farm market is well-stocked with lots of our own fruit pies, muffins, wholesome bread, plus butter tarts, maple syrup, preserves and other treats. Our freezers are stocked with entrees and soups made by our kitchen staff, plus sausage and organic meats.

There’s lots of good eating to be done this spring and soon summer will come with all the bounty of Ontario here for you! Here’s to a great season of Ontario eating!

Celebrating mom!

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Reesor’s has lots of ways to help you celebrate your mother this week-end:

💐 Beautiful cut flowers, large potted hydrangeas, colourful hanging baskets

💝 A wide choice of delicious Belgian and Fair Trade chocolate

🍰 Specially decorated vanilla cakes with cream cheese frosting or her favourite fruit pie or pecan pie.

☕️  If breakfast in bed is the custom in your house: pick up our multi-grain pancake mix, new crop maple syrup, free run brown eggs and some freshly roasted and ground Velvet Sunrise coffee and you’re good to go.

The lilies in this bouquet smell amazing.

The lilies in this bouquet smell amazing.

Anniversary Week Celebrations & Our Annual Open House Sat. Mar. 14

reesors-10Year-banner Please join us celebrating Reesor’s Market & Bakery’s 10th Anniversary this week! For our anniversary we are offering some of our most popular items for you to try at 20% off including our Spinach Lasagne, Ruthie’s Ruhbarb Coffee Cake, and McLean Meats preservative-free Black Forest Ham and Roast Beef. Our Annual Open House is Sat. Mar. 14. There will be delicious entree samples and baked goods for you to try, free coffee, revealing our new Morning Maple Loaf, and other surprises. Come join the fun! reesors-anniversary-week01 reesors-anniversary-week02

Win A Gift Box!

You might win a gift box–please come fill out a ballot during our 10th anniversary celebrations!

As a way of saying thanks to our customers for your support for the past 10 years we have three gift baskets for you to enter your name to win this week. Just come in to the store and fill out a ballot–it’s free and no purchase is required.

We’ll be drawing a winner on Thurs., Fri. and Sat. So, come in early to enter for the best chance of winning a basket containing maple syrup, pancake mix, granola, cookies and more.

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Reesor’s Corn Maze is now open

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Our corn maze at Reesor’s Farm Market is fun and challenging for all ages. This year we’re charging a small fee to enter the maze and the proceeds go to the Stouffville Food Bank.

Come on into the maze, have fun and get up close and personal with corn!

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Stouffville Strawberry Festival June 27-29

This month Stouffville is celebrating 30 years of fun at its Main St. festival.  If you’ve never attended come join in–it’s great for all ages.

Are you a pie or jam maker? Maybe you can win the Strawberry Pie or Jam Contest.  More details are at: http://www.strawberryfestival.ca

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“Surviving Progress” concludes the environmental film series at 19 on the Park in Stouffville on April 17

Adapted from Ronald Wright’s book A Short History of Progress, the film “Surviving Progress” was an official selection at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival. The film challenges us to live within the real limits that our planet gives us. 

Reesor’s is proud to be the production sponsor for the showing of this film along with the Whitchurch-Stouffville Energy Cooperative.  We’ll also be providing tastes of some of our local Ontario specialties after the film and discussion.

“Surviving Progress” presents the story of human advancement revealing how civilizations are repeatedly destroyed by “progress traps” — alluring technologies serving immediate needs, but ransoming the future. 

 Join us in viewing this insightful film that will inspire you!  Together we can make a difference!

Thursday, April 17 from 7-8:30pm at 19 on the Park, Stouffville. Tickets are $7.50 or $5.00 for  Energy Cooperative and Starlight Cinema members.

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Mar. 14 & 15: It’s our one year anniversary on Main St. & we’re celebrating with food sampling, lucky draws & more

We’re saying “Thanks!” to you, our customers, with lots of food samples, free coffee and offering special prices on some of our most popular items. Please come join the fun. Fri. 9 am – 7 pm & Sat. 9 am – 6 pm.

You are invited…

You are invited to Reesor’s Annual Open House on Fri. Nov. 22
9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Our bakers, cooks and staff at Reesor’s are always thinking about new foods to make your life tastier and easier. Our Open House is a way for you  to try out our new foods, enjoy classic favourites or to taste something that you haven’t tried before.

We’ll have extended hours on Friday Nov. 22 from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., so you can stop in when it’s convenient for you during the day or on your way home from work or after dinner.

There will be lots of food to sample including our traditional Quebec tourtiere and other hot and savoury foods.  We’ll be launching and sampling our array of Christmas cookies and cakes for 2013 if you want to start stocking your freezer or cookie tins for your holiday entertaining and gift-giving.

Be sure to enter the lucky draw, and if you order or purchase a gift box that day you can enter an additional draw to win a gift box.

So, mark the date on your calendar and come on in for the fun.