The Farmer’s Market
THE FARMERS’ MARKET OPENS FOR THE SEASON ON SATURDAY MAY 24th.
8 am to 1 pm on Saturdays
Entering its eighth season in the Spring of 2014, the Market has become a wonderful gathering place for locals and visitors alike, looking for a genuine community experience, and good local food. In keeping with the original vision, the Market’s vendors all originate from the Niagara Region, and all produce is 100% Niagara grown by the people who sell it.
The 2014 season of The SupperMarket opens on Wednesday May 21st.
May 21 – September 17
4:30 pm – Dusk on Wednedays
This fantastically fun event features food trucks, prepared foods, oysters, cheese, fresh local produce, artisans, live music, Wineries of Niagara-on-the-Lake, local breweries, and more.
The 2014 season of The Antique Market is set to begin on Saturday June 7th.
June 7 • July 5 • Aug 2 • Sept 13
8:00 am to 1:00 pm
We will be featuring an “Appraisal Day” on Saturday July 5th.
Appraisals by A.H. Wilkens Auctions and Appraisals
$10/item or $25/3 items. Max. 3 items per person.
The Market is thrilled to welcome back the Antique Market and new this year will be Appraisal Day!!!
Get all of your antiquing done while you pick up your local fruits and veg, what could be better!
Who will be there?
This season will feature local fresh produce, prepared foods, breakfast, brunch and lunch, oysters, cheese, handmade soaps, fresh bread, locally roasted coffee, artisans, authors, and live music.
Where are we?
111 Garrison Village Drive, Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
At the Corner of Niagara Stone Road (Hwy 55) & Niven Road (beside CIBC and Shoppers Drug Mart)
The Founders Story
In response to a growing community interest in buying local produce and supporting local farmers, The Farmers’ Market @ The Village was established in 2007. John and Liz Hawley, founders of The Village in NOTL, met with Baker Ruth Anne Schriefer and Chef Tony deLuca and through their cooperative efforts the Market was born. A tent was erected on The Village property for a venue, excited local farmers jumped on board, Brian Andres took the reigns as manager, and soon after satisfied customers made the Market an important part of their weekend.
We’ve been growing ever since, and now feature a Wednesday evening SupperMarket with gourmet food trucks, over 30 vendors with a broad range of products from organic fruit and vegetables to cold-pressed soaps, artisanal bread to wine jellies, cherry products to lavender, and yes, even soup to nuts.