The Winter Market is taking place on Fridays starting at 10 a.m. in the upper level of Boitanio Mall right through until the end of December.
There will be new vendors every week says market co-ordinator Kay Titford.
Rabbit Hill Farms is continuing to supply locally grown produce such as carrots, potatoes, turnips and celeriac which keep over winter as well as some fresh herbs.
There will be vendors selling locally made products such as fruit syrup, jam, preserves, bread, buns, and other baked goods as well as local farm fresh eggs.
Other items at the market include books, cards, arts and crafts such as knitting and crocheting, Christmas crafts, antique furniture and collectibles, lavender comfort pillows, and natural personal care and house cleaning products.
A collection of spices created by Daksha Narsing along with her latest cookbook are the latest addition to the items available, Titford says. Narsing started creating unique Afro-Indian spices while she was living in Williams Lake.
Now a resident of Victoria, Narsing has written five cookbooks to go along with her collection of spices which include a special chai tea spice.