October 2021

    
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Barry's Bay

Fridays, 11 am - 4 pm

From the May long weekend to the Thanksgiving weekend.

Located at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 406,
250 John St. (Hwy 62) at Stafford St. Barry's Bay
COVID-19 Protocols in Effect.
Burnstown

Come check out the Burnstown Farmer's Market!

Fridays from June 18 to the Thanksgiving weedend, October 8.

The Burnstown Farmer's Market is nestled in the heart of the quaint historical village of Burnstown, Ontario. Our market is held on Friday afternoon from 2pm to 6pm in the parking lot next to Laurent's Cafe. Our vendors are all friendly, local and passionate. They bring fresh produce, jams, preserves, local meats, honey, apples, chocolate, delicious baked goods like pies and tarts , as well as locally crafted jewellery, knitted items, wooden creations and more for our customers. We follow the 100km radius rule which we believe allows us to bring customers the very best local products. Come visit us!

📍 1716 Calabogie Rd
⏰2pm - 6pm

Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Burnstowntownfarmersmarket

COVID-19 Protocols in Effect.

Eganville

Fridays from 3 pm - 5 pm
Open from the 3rd weekend in June until the Thanksgiving weekend

Located at the Legion Memorial Feild at 8 Foran St.
https://www.eganvillefarmersmarket.com
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EganvilleFarmersMarket/

The Eganville Farmers' Market is proud to offer fresh, locally produced products and you'll have the choice of selecting organic or not - just ask our vendors. They are happy to explain how things are done on their property. That's the added benefit to a farmers' market - you can meet the actual farmer/producer, ask questions and make sure of what you are eating. This is important if you are concerned about healthy food.

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Renfrew

Due to challenges caused by COVID-19, the Renfrew Farmers Market is not operating this year.
Saturdays from 9 am - 12 pm

From the 2nd Saturday in May to the Thanksgiving Weekend.
At The Renfrew Fair Grounds
2R5 115 Veterans Memorial Blvd
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Located at the Renfrew Fairgrounds in Renfrew, Ontario in the heart of the Ottawa Valley, we offer a variety of locally grown fruits, vegetables, honey, maple syrup, meats, baking and crafts from May to Thanksgiving Weekend!

Pembroke

Wednesdays & Saturdays 9 am - 12 pm
May 22 to the Thanksgiving weekend

Corner of Lake St. & Victoria St.

https://pembrokefarmersmarket.com
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/39052179608

The Pembroke Farmers' Market is the place to buy food and other products directly from local producers - producers who are eager to provide the freshness and quality you expect.
You'll find all sorts of locally-produced foods - from fruits and vegetables to meats, baked goods, honey, preserves and maple syrup. If you're looking for hand-crafted products, our artisans offer clothing, jewellery, soaps and skin care products, art-work and more.
History
The Market was first established in the early 1900's, and over time flourished as an economic pillar of the Pembroke community. It closed for a time in the 1980's, and was re-established in 1992. Since then, the Market has grown steadily under the guidance of a Vendors' Association and the City of Pembroke.
One of the Market's greatest accomplishments has been the construction of a 5,000 square-foot building which opened officially in June of 2007.
Strategically located near the waterfront, board walk and down town businesses, the roofed area provides shelter from weather for vendors and shoppers. There's also an enclosed area for vendors with meats. In that area you'll also find a canteen and a customer seating area.
And there's plenty of free parking and wash-rooms.
The construction of the Market building was made possible by the support of Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Pembroke, Farmers' Markets Ontario, Giant Tiger (Pembroke) and Farm Credit Canada along with donations from individuals and businesses.
We're delighted to be a vital and vibrant part of the Pembroke business community - helping to bring more shoppers to our down town.

McNab/Braeside

Due to COVID-19, The McNab/Braeside Market will not be operating this summer.

Typically running on Saturdays, from 8am to 12pm, from May to October
Located at 2508 Russett Drive off Calabogie Road and Hwy 17

Combermere

Saturdays 8 am - 11:30 am
From the 3rd Saturday in June to the Thanksgiving weekend

Located at 1007 Mill St.,
The Corner of Mill St. and Hwy 62
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/combermerefarmersmarket/

Cobden

Saturdays from 8 am - 12 pm
Last weekend in June to the weekend before Thanksgiving

Located at the Cobden Fairgrounds
43 Astrolab Rd.
COVID-19 Protocos in Effect.
Like us on Facebook:
 https://www.facebook.com/Cobden-Farmers-Market-177334068990016/

We are in full swing, lots of fresh produce, baked goods, preseves, jams, honey, syrup, crafts, clothing, wooden products and so much more. All locally home grown or hand made. Come for breakfast! Coffee, tea, drinks available. Check us out we open soon. 8-12 every Saturday morning at the fairgrounds. COVID-19 protocols are in effect. Masks and hand sanitizing is required within the market building. please be patient as we are limiting the amount of shoppers inside.

Killaloe

Saturdays from 9 am - 1 pm
Starting  first weekend in July 4th to Thanksgiving weekend

Lion's Field on Lion's Lane
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KillaloeFarmersMarket/

The Killaloe Farmers market is open 26th June thru 9th October. We follow the RCDHU guidelines for health and safety and COVID-19. We have farmers produce, take out food, baked goods and crafts. All in a beautiful park-like setting on the outskirts of Killaloe village.

The Killaloe Farmers’ Market is managed by the Killaloe Herirage & Ecology Society and proud to feature local fresh herbs, seasonal fruit and veggies, pickles, preserves and jams, baked goods, bedding plants, cut flowers, local maple syrup, local bees wax products, local art and crafts and much more.The Killaloe Farmers’ Market began in 2000 at the Hoch Farm with a few tables and handful of dedicated vendors. Today it boasts more than 22 different vendors, farmers, food producers, artists and crafts people from the local area.

Bring the whole family and make it a breakfast or brunch outing, delicious home-made breakfast and fresh roasted, fair trade coffee is served up fresh every Saturday Morning.
For more information about the Killaloe Farmers’ Market or about how you can become a valued vendor, please email: khr.pioneer.museum@hotmail.com

 

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Arnprior

Due to COVID-19, The Arnprior Market will not be operating this summer.

Hours of Operation:
Sundays, 9 am - 2 pm
John St. Downtown
The Town of Arnprior operates a Farmer's Market in Downtown Arnprior on Sundays from 9 am – 2 pm from May – October. Due to COVID-19 the 2021 Arnprior Market season will not be moving forward at this time.
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Pembroke

Wednesdays & Saturdays 9 am - 12 pm
May 22 to the Thanksgiving weekend

Corner of Lake St. & Victoria St.

https://pembrokefarmersmarket.com
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/39052179608

The Pembroke Farmers' Market is the place to buy food and other products directly from local producers - producers who are eager to provide the freshness and quality you expect.
You'll find all sorts of locally-produced foods - from fruits and vegetables to meats, baked goods, honey, preserves and maple syrup. If you're looking for hand-crafted products, our artisans offer clothing, jewellery, soaps and skin care products, art-work and more.
History
The Market was first established in the early 1900's, and over time flourished as an economic pillar of the Pembroke community. It closed for a time in the 1980's, and was re-established in 1992. Since then, the Market has grown steadily under the guidance of a Vendors' Association and the City of Pembroke.
One of the Market's greatest accomplishments has been the construction of a 5,000 square-foot building which opened officially in June of 2007.
Strategically located near the waterfront, board walk and down town businesses, the roofed area provides shelter from weather for vendors and shoppers. There's also an enclosed area for vendors with meats. In that area you'll also find a canteen and a customer seating area.
And there's plenty of free parking and wash-rooms.
The construction of the Market building was made possible by the support of Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Pembroke, Farmers' Markets Ontario, Giant Tiger (Pembroke) and Farm Credit Canada along with donations from individuals and businesses.
We're delighted to be a vital and vibrant part of the Pembroke business community - helping to bring more shoppers to our down town.

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Barry's Bay

Fridays, 11 am - 4 pm

From the May long weekend to the Thanksgiving weekend.

Located at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 406,
250 John St. (Hwy 62) at Stafford St. Barry's Bay
COVID-19 Protocols in Effect.
Burnstown

Come check out the Burnstown Farmer's Market!

Fridays from June 18 to the Thanksgiving weedend, October 8.

The Burnstown Farmer's Market is nestled in the heart of the quaint historical village of Burnstown, Ontario. Our market is held on Friday afternoon from 2pm to 6pm in the parking lot next to Laurent's Cafe. Our vendors are all friendly, local and passionate. They bring fresh produce, jams, preserves, local meats, honey, apples, chocolate, delicious baked goods like pies and tarts , as well as locally crafted jewellery, knitted items, wooden creations and more for our customers. We follow the 100km radius rule which we believe allows us to bring customers the very best local products. Come visit us!

📍 1716 Calabogie Rd
⏰2pm - 6pm

Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Burnstowntownfarmersmarket

COVID-19 Protocols in Effect.

Eganville

Fridays from 3 pm - 5 pm
Open from the 3rd weekend in June until the Thanksgiving weekend

Located at the Legion Memorial Feild at 8 Foran St.
https://www.eganvillefarmersmarket.com
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EganvilleFarmersMarket/

The Eganville Farmers' Market is proud to offer fresh, locally produced products and you'll have the choice of selecting organic or not - just ask our vendors. They are happy to explain how things are done on their property. That's the added benefit to a farmers' market - you can meet the actual farmer/producer, ask questions and make sure of what you are eating. This is important if you are concerned about healthy food.

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Pembroke

Wednesdays & Saturdays 9 am - 12 pm
May 22 to the Thanksgiving weekend

Corner of Lake St. & Victoria St.

https://pembrokefarmersmarket.com
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/39052179608

The Pembroke Farmers' Market is the place to buy food and other products directly from local producers - producers who are eager to provide the freshness and quality you expect.
You'll find all sorts of locally-produced foods - from fruits and vegetables to meats, baked goods, honey, preserves and maple syrup. If you're looking for hand-crafted products, our artisans offer clothing, jewellery, soaps and skin care products, art-work and more.
History
The Market was first established in the early 1900's, and over time flourished as an economic pillar of the Pembroke community. It closed for a time in the 1980's, and was re-established in 1992. Since then, the Market has grown steadily under the guidance of a Vendors' Association and the City of Pembroke.
One of the Market's greatest accomplishments has been the construction of a 5,000 square-foot building which opened officially in June of 2007.
Strategically located near the waterfront, board walk and down town businesses, the roofed area provides shelter from weather for vendors and shoppers. There's also an enclosed area for vendors with meats. In that area you'll also find a canteen and a customer seating area.
And there's plenty of free parking and wash-rooms.
The construction of the Market building was made possible by the support of Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Pembroke, Farmers' Markets Ontario, Giant Tiger (Pembroke) and Farm Credit Canada along with donations from individuals and businesses.
We're delighted to be a vital and vibrant part of the Pembroke business community - helping to bring more shoppers to our down town.

McNab/Braeside

Due to COVID-19, The McNab/Braeside Market will not be operating this summer.

Typically running on Saturdays, from 8am to 12pm, from May to October
Located at 2508 Russett Drive off Calabogie Road and Hwy 17

Combermere

Saturdays 8 am - 11:30 am
From the 3rd Saturday in June to the Thanksgiving weekend

Located at 1007 Mill St.,
The Corner of Mill St. and Hwy 62
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/combermerefarmersmarket/

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