Niagara Falls Farmers Market

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SUPPORT OUR LOCAL FARMERS’ MARKET

Customers can enjoy the best local assortment of farm and artisanal products at our welcoming community Niagara Falls Farmers’ Market. Our Market opens every Saturday with 30 local farmers, growers, bakers and makers.

Market Day! Every Saturday from May to November

We will run every Saturday, rain or shine, from 7am-1pm from May 15 to November 27 at the MacBain Community Centre (please note this is our interim location).

COVID OPERATIONS: Please note that due to MacBain Community Centre being a mass vaccination site there maybe disruptions in our Market location. During the 2021 season. This may include the requirement of our Farmers’ Market to scale down slightly.  Any updates will be communicated as they become available. Please follow us on social media for current updates.

FOLLOW US on social media

There’s always something new and fresh coming to our Farmers’ Market. For all the latest updates follow us on social media. Here’s the links FacebookInstagram and Twitter

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Visiting the Market during Covid-19

We work with Niagara Region Public Health to ensure that the market is a safe place for you to pick up essential products and ensure that market ready products are available for the residents of Niagara Falls.

Patrons will be:

  • expected to wear facemasks where social distance (6 feet or 2 meters) cannot be maintained
  • provided with hand sanitizer
  • permitted controlled access to Market site
  • allowed to use reusable shopping bags for their purchases, as long as they are maintained in a clean and sanitary manner and are handled by the customer only.

Be patient, be flexible, be kind.

VENDORS

We are excited to grow our vendor selection this season. Come enjoy all the best of local farmers, growers and makers. Below, is a list of the 2021 vendors and we have hyperlinked the vendors website or social media when available. 

Our vendor application process is closed for the season. Our vendor line-up is full. The vendor application process will relaunch in March, 2022. Thank you for your interest in our local Market.

Bry-Anne Farms
Canalside Soda
Crimson Maple Farms
Cultivating Hope Foundation
Canalside Soda
Baba's Kitchen
Devries Fruit Farm
Domonico Astorino
Farmlife Foods
Fiesta Empanada
Glass by Deanna
Harvey's Honeys
Healthy Product Farm
Hollo Maple Farms Ltd.
J Matiuschuk Farm
Mexico Tamales
Monfreise Rum Cakes
Moodies Bakery
Niagara Falls Public Library
Niagara Samosa Factory
Petrullo Flowers
Sandhills Maple
Share's Spring Rolls
Shriners Creek Kettle Popcorn
Sweets and Sage
T & R Jones Farms
Thanks Little Farm
The River House Market
Upper Canada Cheese
Voogt Farms 
Vince's Cured Meats

Here we grow!

Niagara Falls Exchange Logo
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The City of Niagara Falls is currently building a brand new home for our Farmers’ Market to operate year round with even more vendors! “The Exchange” will be the new home of the Niagara Falls Farmers’ Market. This development will also become a vibrant centre of activity in the community by providing shared spaces where artists, musicians, food vendors and patrons, and local businesses can come together and create. Located in the historic Main and Ferry district, it will include a large culture and market hall, café, artist studios, creative workshop and public washrooms surrounded by two multi-functional civic plazas that interconnect the flanking streets. The Market Hall, which will house our regularly scheduled Farmers’ Market, will be a space for other events that include music, theatre, lectures and other weekend markets.

Niagara Falls Exchange Website

 

 

Market Pictures

Visit our photo gallery to view pictures from the Niagara Falls Farmers’ Market. 

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