Never two without three, the Pitchouns school of Mont Vernon does it again. The doors of the school will reopen this Saturday, April 10th from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m, to welcome many artists, merchants and local artisans.
Numerous stands will be there for the pleasure of the young and old. Medicinal plants, ornamental or aromatic plants, natural and zero waste cosmetics and household products, fresh vegetables, original jams, fresh fruit juices, healing syrups, homemade cookies and delicacies, black garlic for the most curious, all will be on hand.
As for decoration, there will be a wide range of local creations made from recycled materials, jewelry made on the island and paintings whose superb quality is no longer in question. And let’s not forget the school’s stand which always have awesome surprises made by the children.
The trademark of this typical market is that all the products offered to the public are 100% Saint Martinese. In the last two editions, the Pitchouns market has succeeded in creating its own identity while building up the loyalty of a public that, every month, impatiently waits to go back to stroll along all the beautiful stalls that are set up there. Access to the market is free.