Need it for the holidaze? Get it at the Holidaze!

Fruit Share will be at the 11th Annual Holidaze Craft Sale.

Be the favorite elf this holiday season with fine and funky, local and luscious gifts for every style and every budget! This is our big Fruit Share fundraiser of the year, and we’d love to see you there.

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Saturday, Nov. 22 10am – 7pm
Sunday, Nov. 23 10am – 7pm
The West End Cultural Centre, 586 Ellice Avenue

We’ll have plenty of snacks, hot drinks, and take-home goodies. It’s an excellent opportunity to enjoy delicious fruit products and support Fruit Share at the same time! We hope to see you there.

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Show the Fruit Share Love

Do you love Fruit Share? Well now you can show us just how much you care by committing some time to help keep Fruit Share going!

Other than our part-time summer coordinator, the Fruit Share you know and love is run by a small group of committed volunteers. This summer we are looking for a few more people to join the team and keep this great thing going.

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Do you love event planning? Have an interest in web design or social media? Looking to get some experience managing finances or applying for grants? There are so many ways to support Fruit Share, and we want to find something that will interest you and fit into your life.

Pear picking and how to know when to harvest apples and grapes

Check it out! Fruit Share volunteers have been out picking pears:

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Volunteer Amanda picks some pears. Thanks to Ariel Gordon for providing these lovely photos!

Trying to figure out if your apples and grapes are ready for harvesting? Check out Getty’s articles on these topics:

Fruit Share has also been featured in the media recently. Click here to view the CTV interview (and get some more info on correct apple-picking techniques!).

Got photos or a story about a Fruit Share pick? Email us at – we’d love to hear it!

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Interview with Erin Crampton & an Apple Cider Press

Visit the Fruit Share website for more great blog posts.

Erin Crampton is the owner and chief instigator of Crampton’s Market, whose tagline is “We sell good food to nice people.” I recently had the opportunity to chat with Erin about her latest venture, an apple cider press.

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Where does this passion for local food come from? Erin laughs at the big question. She grew up on a farm outside Notre-Dame-des-Lourdes, where her parents ran a mixed cow-calf operation, raised grain, strawberries, raspberries and saskatoons, and because they weren’t busy enough, started making jam in their commercially licensed kitchen.

So Erin comes from an entrepreneurial, agricultural spirit and knew lots of people in that realm.