AT FREDERICTON BOYCE MARKET SINCE 1951
“My father’s mother used to come to town in a horse-drawn sleigh in the winter. She would take hot bricks off the stove to put by their feet and cover them with a blanket to keep them warm on the way to the market.”
Vincent Kelly remembers being a part of the Farmers’ Markets of Fredericton all his life and has been a member of the Boyce since it opened in 1951. His 400-acre farm, Fernhill Farms, on the Woodstock Road is now mostly a u-pick, but you’ll still see him year-round at the market!
He still keeps busy with a lot of tractor work, making maple syrup and many other daily duties on the farm.