Kawartha Brooms can be purchased Saturday noon until Tuesday noon through the Dufferin Grove Farmer Market
on-line store https://shop.dufferingrovemarket.ca/vendor/kawartha-broom-co/ Pick-up is on Thursday's at St. Anne's at 270 Gladstone Ave in Toronto. Don't miss the opportunity to also check out many delectable farm fresh goodies, preserves, baked goods, meat and dairy at their on-line store https://shop.dufferingrovemarket.ca/
Kawartha Brooms can also be purchased at the Waldorf Academy School Store
At their website https://waldorftoysandbooks.com/ you will find access to an impressive catalogue of educational resources and thoughtful gifts for children. What better way to keep engaged and learning during the unusual times we find ourselves in. Purchases at their store supports their General Tuition Fund.
Some of our broomcorn is grown by Christine Halbot- Currie, organic farmer and Mastergardener of the Canadian Organic Seed Company in Woodville, Ont. https://certifiedseeds.ca/ This website hosts a treasure trove of information for gardeners. Her seed shop is the go-to seed store for hard to find plants, top quality vegetables and flowers. Here, you'll even find prize winners. What better way to impress your friends and family this upcoming season than with a spectacular garden full with colourful, nutritious food, also great for bees and the environment.
You can also buy our brooms at Kawartha Slices & More ( a great local Pizza restaurant with local crafts)at 1401 Glenarm Rd. Woodville On, L0M 2T0