Farmers Markets In The Hills

Farmers markets in the Headwaters Region are the best place to find the freshest local food and the work of area artisans.

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It’s market season in the hills as local producers pitch their tents and present their wares, everything from meat and produce to baked goods, preserves and crafts. Check individual websites for details on special events at each venue throughout the spring and summer or What’s On, our community calendar of events.

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Farmers Markets In The Hills and Headwaters Region

Note: Dates, times and market locations may vary year to year. Please check websites.


Orangeville Summer Farmers Market
Second St and Broadway
Saturdays 8am–1pm, May 4 to Oct 19

Orangeville Winter Farmers Market
Inside Orangeville Town Hall
Second St and Broadway
Saturdays 9am–1pm, Nov to April


Summer Market: Sat 9–1, May 18 to Oct 26
Station on the Green Parking Lot, 10 Caroline St East, Creemore


Saturdays 9am-2pm, May 20 to Oct 7
Centre St & Victoria St.


Thursdays 3pm–6:30pm, June 22 to Sep 28
Erin Fairgrounds, 184 Main St, Erin


June 21, July 26, August 23 from 3pm–8pm
Elizabeth Taylor Pavilion, 32 Water St, Grand Valley


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