May 4 - October 26
Sat (7:00 am - 1:00 pm)
between Kent & Peel Streets
Through-out the season we will have pretty well every fruit & veggie grown in Ontario. There will be fresh baking every week from several different vendors. 3 vendors have woodwork. There are also various arts and crafts vendors.
Brock 2000 Gardens; Kings Wharf Gardens; Barb's Home Baking; Natures Notions; Save on Seed Specialities; Bruni Farms; Freskiw Farms; Shirley's Baked Goods; The Sweet Kitchen; Deer Run Farm; Fisher Farms; Kennedy Farms;Lanes End Farm & Fiber; Allin's Orchard; River Road Gardens; Coyote Creek Farm; Aunt Lillies Pantry; John Hartjes Contruction; Kawartha Wholesale Bakery; Kent Farms; Judy Neilson-dats all folks art;Stewarts Kettle Corn; Hills Florist & Greenhouses; Charles Leung; Amy Hall-Adorata;
Lore has it that we are back in the exact spot where the market started in 1859. The train used to go right up the center of Victoria Ave. and it used to stop so that the passengers could get off and shop for farm fresh veggies, fruit, baking, & preseves. The market has moved around the town over the years but now we're HOME.