Farmers’ Markets in Edmonton and Alberta Capital Region

Shopping local and supporting local this spring and summer are made easy and fun with the many, many farmers’ markets throughout the Capital Region and Edmonton. With food trucks and snacks on-site, these markets can easily help you spend an entire morning or afternoon. Browse the booths of homemade goods and discover some of the best manufacturers and creators our region has to offer.

 

There are 18 Alberta Approved Farmers’ Markets in Edmonton Area in 2021. In addition to maintaining stringent quality standards, 80% of Alberta Approved Farmers’ Markets offering should meet ‘make it, bake it, grow it’ criteria and should be by a not-for-profit community group.

 

Farmers Markets at a Glance:

  • Markets on Mondays: The Orchards Community Farmers’ Market
  • Markets on Tuesdays: Ardrossan Farmers’ Market, Beverly Towne Farmers’ Market
  • Markets on Wednesdays: Callingwood Farmers’ Market, Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market, Gibbons Farmers’ Market, Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market,
  • Markets on Thursdays: Leduc Farmers’ Market, Devon Lions Farmers’ Market, Salisbury Farmers’ Market, Fort Saskatchewan & District Chamber of Commerce Farmers’ Market, 124 Grand Market, Century Park Market
  • Markets on Fridays: Bountiful Farmers’ Market
  • Markets on Saturdays: Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market, Old Strathcona Farmers Market, Edmonton South East Farmers’ Market, Leduc Farmers’ Market, St. Albert Farmers’ Market, Stony Plain Farmers’ Market, Spruce Grove Farmers’ Market, Bountiful Farmers’ Market
  • Markets on Sundays: Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market, Callingwood Farmers’ Market, Alberta Beach Farmers Market, Morinville Farmers’ Market, Bountiful Farmers’ Market, Century Park Market, 124 Grand Market

Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market

Shopping downtown and supporting local is a perfect way to spend an Edmonton afternoon. The market created from the old GWG Building is one of the popular downtown shopping destinations where you can stock up on fresh fruits and vegetables, locally farmed meats, and handmade goods.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Saturdays | 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM & Sundays| 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Dates: May 22 to Oct 9 (indoor and outdoor); Jan 3, 2021 – Dec 19, 2021 (indoor)

Address: GWG Building, 10305 97 St., Edmonton

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Miller Crossing Farmers’ Market

You can shop up to 50 different local vendors at Edmonton’s northeast farmers’ market. Every Saturday, Miller Crossing hosts vendors selling BC fruits, fresh vegetables, butchered meats, honey, preserves, cosmetics and bath/body products, and many food vendors now offer pre-packaged meals. Their Canteen also gives you the chance to grab a bite to eat while you shop.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Sundays | 11:00 A to 3:00 PM

Dates: June to the first week of October

Address: Royal Canadian Legion, 14339 50 St, Edmonton

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Old Strathcona Farmers Market

 

Just north of Whyte Ave., off Gateway Blvd., there is a colourful section of 83rd which leads to the entrances of the OSFM. On a warm day, there are typically food trucks and vendors spilling out of the Old Bus Barn and onto the sidewalks. Even if just to browse, the OSFM and surrounding area are perfect summer afternoon destinations.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Saturdays | 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Dates: Jan 2, 2021 – Dec 18, 2021 (indoor and outdoor); outdoor markets run from May to October.

Address: Old Bus Barn, 10310 83 Ave., Edmonton

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Callingwood Farmers’ Market

Beginning this month, you can shop the Callingwood area’s two markets once a week: the Grande Market is held Sundays while the Mini Market is held on Wednesdays. Both markets also offer a marketplace pickup option for online orders.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Sundays | 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM & Wednesdays 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Dates: May 2 – October 10

Address: 69 Ave. & 178 St., Edmonton

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Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market

The Terwillegar area market is another offering a curbside pickup program, so you can avoid crowds and still benefit from locally sourced goods and food. The large list of vendors include farmers, bakers, cooks, distillers and brewers, and artists and artisans.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Wednesdays | 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Dates: May 19, 2021 – Oct 6, 2021 (outdoor)

Address: Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre parking lot E, 2051 Leger Rd. NW, Edmonton

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The Orchards Community Farmers’ Market

This smaller southside market is growing larger each year and features a wide assortment of different vendors. Shop for art, meats, pet supplies, fresh-baked goods, or have bring your knife set for a sharpen!

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Mondays 5:30 PM – 8:00 PM

Dates: Jun 7, 2021 – Aug 30, 2021 (outdoor)

Address: Orchards Clubhouse, 4059 Orchards Drive SW, Edmonton

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Beverly Towne Farmers’ Market

The outdoor Beverly Towne Farmers’ Market pops up each summer and fall in the Riverview Crossing Mall parking lot. For almost 20 years, this Alberta approved market has offered a huge array of local food like produce, oven baked goods, and fresh kettle corn. You can also shop an assortment of the neighbourhood’s craftiest and most creative entrepreneurs and their crafts, jewellery, oils, and more.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Tuesdays | 4 PM – 8 PM

Dates: May 18, 2021 – Oct 5, 2021 (outdoor)

Address:3210 118 Ave. (SW corner of Riverview Crossing Mall parking lot)

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Edmonton South East Farmers’ Market

This east Edmonton shopping centre transforms from mall to market each Saturday morning and afternoon- a market where you can get fresh produce, handmade clothing and crafts, home décor, meats, and various other homemade goodies. It is year-round, so you can visit any Saturday throughout the year.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Saturdays | 9:30 AM – 3:00 PM

Dates: Jan 9, 2021 – Dec 18, 2021 (indoor)

Address:Capilano Mall 5004 98 Ave., Edmonton

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124 Grand Market

While aiming to be the ‘grandest’ market in Edmonton, the 124 market offers two days filled with multiple blocks worth of vendors set up on the street. You’ll encounter all sorts of goods along the market’s route like alcohol, fresh fruit and vegetables, local meats, and artisan crafts. The market also features a number of fresh food truck options.

  • May 13-October 7, 2021, Thursdays 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm @ 124 Street & 108 Avenue
  • June 6-September 26, 2021, Sunday 11:00 am – 3:00 pm @ 124 Street & 102 Avenue

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Bountiful Farmers’ Market

This year-round indoor market appears more like a small mall but contains only local vendors. There is a large seating and eating area from where you can enjoy the fresh foods, and large aisles of producers from all over the region for you to wander. You’ll find soups, pizzas, meats, produce, baked goods, vegan foods, clothing, and home décor.

Hours: Friday | 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Saturday | 9:00 AM to 05:00 PM and Sunday | 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Dates: Year-round (indoor)

Address:3696 97 St. NW, Edmonton

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Century Park Market

 

This south Edmonton market is in its ninth year in 2021 and brings a selection of fresh local meats and produce in addition to the handmade goods. Artisan goods include anything from soap

Hours: Sunday | 10:00AM – 3:00PM & Thursday | 3:30PM – 7:30PM

Dates: June 6 to September 30, 2021

Address: 10915 – 23rd Avenue, Edmonton

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Fort Saskatchewan & District Chamber of Commerce Farmers’ Market

This summer evening market features makers and producers from Fort Saskatchewan and many of its surrounding regions. Along with handmade goodies, local fruits, veggies, and meats, you’ll also find a large assortment of food trucks.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Thursdays | 4:00 PM- 7:00 PM

Dates: June 10 to September 23

Address: Legacy Park 10030 99 Ave., Fort Saskatchewan

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Ardrossan Farmers’ Market

The local Ardrossan Farmers’ Market, sponsored by their Recreational & Agricultural Society, can be found in the Recreation Complex. It is an evening market and features an assortment of locally sourced foods and handcrafted goods.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market

Hours: Tuesdays | 4:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Dates: June 1 to September 28

Address: 61 Ave., Ardrossan

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Salisbury Farmers’ Market

Just east of Edmonton in Sherwood Park is this large year-round market, which moves outside in the spring and summer. You’ll find an array of ethnic foods, breads and baked goods, clothing, meats, and a whole lot more.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Thursdays 4:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Dates: year-round

Address: 52337 Range Rd 232, Edmonton

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Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market

This is one of Sherwood Park’s two year-round Alberta Approved markets and operates out of the Centre in the Park on Festival Way. Park shoppers have enjoyed this farmers’ market for over 45 years, and you can get anything from fresh food to handmade soaps and clothing, to fresh cut flowers and potting plants.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Wednesdays | 2:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Dates: year-round

Address: 160-201 Festival Way, Sherwood Park

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St. Albert Farmers’ Market

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St Albert Farmers Market

Each summer, Western Canada’s largest outdoor farmers’ market takes over central St. Albert. And while you shop local farmers, creators, makers, and crafters, you can take in the beautiful urban scenery of downtown St. Albert.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Saturdays | 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Dates: Jun 12, 2021 – Oct 9, 2021

Address: 5 St. Anne St., St. Albert

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Gibbons Farmers’ Market

Find this north east market in the Gibbons Curling Rink parking lot each spring and summer. You can shop the local wares and goods of Gibbons’ and its nearby farms each Wednesday evening beginning this May.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Wednesdays | 5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Dates: May 5, 2021 – Sep 15, 2021

Address: Curling Rink, 5102 51 Ave., Gibbons

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Morinville Farmers’ Market

From May until September, the Morinville Farmers’ Market is held outside of the Rendez-vous Centre, and when it gets colder the market moves inside. Along with local vendor booths offering produce, handmade crafts, meats, and more, the market also features a few food trucks.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Sundays | 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Dates: May 2, 2021 – Nov 14, 2021 (indoor and outdoor)

Address: Rendezvous Centre, 9913 104 St., Morinville

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Spruce Grove Farmers’ Market

Spend your Saturday afternoon shopping some of the best that Parkland County has to offer in terms of food and preserves, clothing, jewelry, home décor, and kitchenware at the Spruce Grove Farmers’ Market. This market is great for those in Spruce Grove, but also west Edmonton and Stony Plain.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Saturdays 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Dates: Apr 10, 2021 – Dec 18, 2021 (indoor and outdoor)

Address: Elevator Site, 120 Railway Ave

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Stony Plain Farmers’ Market

The Stony Plain Farmers’ Market is a local favourite for shopping in spring, summer, and fall, and has been a local favourite for over 30 years. As of April, the market moved outdoors and offers over 30 different vendors from the area.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Saturdays | 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Dates: Apr 3, 2021 – Dec 18, 2021 (indoor and outdoor)

Address: 5008 51 Ave., Stony Plain

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Alberta Beach Farmers Market

Alberta Beach Farmers’ Market offers a wide variety of items for sale including baked goods, preserves and pickles, crochet and sewing, meats, vegetables and fruit, art and handcrafted items, hot food and frozen products, jewellery and gift baskets, books.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Sundays | 11:30 AM to 3:00 PM

Dates: May 9, 2021 to Sept 26, 2021

Address: Alberta Beach Agliplex, 4811 – 47 Avenue, Alberta Beach

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Devon Lions Farmers’ Market

The Devon summer and fall Farmers’ Market is near the Lions Campground in the Community Centre. Vendors are setup both indoors and outdoors, and offer a variety of produce, meats, preserves, and baked goods from local makers.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Thursdays | 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Dates: Jun 3, 2021 – Oct 7, 2021 (indoor and outdoor)

Address:20 Haven Ave., Devon

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Leduc Farmers’ Market

The Leduc Farmers’ Market is officially open this month so you can get your local shopping done on Thursday or Saturday afternoons. The outdoor market has stood in Leduc for over 40 years and has since grown to a large list of Leduc creators and entrepreneurs.

Alberta Approved Farmers’ Market.

Hours: Thursdays and Saturdays | 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM

Dates: May 20, 2021 – October 2, 2021 (outdoor)

Address: 4330 Black Gold Dr., Leduc

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By: Bernadette Gallagher

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