Downtown Georgetown Farmers’ Market
Saturday Mornings – 8:00am to 12:30pm
June 8th to October 19th
Every Saturday morning on Main Street the Downtown comes alive early with the sights and smells of the Farmers’ Market from 8am to 12:30pm. The roads are closed on Main Street South from James St. to Church St.
Please note: the East lane is empty because the Fire Department requires a Fire Lane for access to buildings and quick response routes. DO NOT BLOCK the lane for any reason or amount of time. You can be ticketed
August 24th will be Grillicious at the Market! We at the Market will be grilling corn on the BBQ, McMaster’s Meats will be grilling Paradise Farms Beef and The Cellar will be serving ribs out front so come hungry! Get your face painted by Karen of Cleo and her Painting Pals, have your photo taken at our photo booth and enter to win an amazing Market Basket of goodies! Look for our booths at the Weslyann St opening. Come on out and see for yourself, and maybe do a little shopping while you’re here! Thank you to everyone for all your support over these past 20 years. We wouldn’t be here without you!
If you’d like to support the Market, put a sign on your lawn! Just use the Contact Us link or call the DGBIA 905-873-4970 and we’d love to get one to you! Share your Market love, let everyone know!
2013 forms are available now Forms have changed this year. Please review carefully before submitting.
Buskers welcome! The Market is looking for musical (or other) entertainment to delight the market patrons. If interested, please contact the BIA for details and scheduling. There will be a form and space allocation for buskers this year as there were many wonderful musicians last year and only so many spaces to perform. We thank you for your co-operation and understanding.
Vendors…see applications at the bottom of this page!
Meet your friends and chat over a coffee, or introduce your kids to the farmers who grow the foods you eat! Stroll through our beautiful, historic streets and visit some of the shops and services that you’re too busy to enjoy during the week. You’ll have fun connecting with your community and you’ll feel great knowing that your local grower has harvested the foods you’re feeding your family. Not only is it a healthy choice, but you are supporting your local farmers, too!
Please note, friendly family pets are welcome, but must be leashed and kept back from the food and vendors in order to address any health and safety issues. We also ask that you remember, you love your dog, but everyone may not feel the same way about pets. Some people are afraid of them or nervous with them around their children so please be considerate of this. Thank you for your understanding!
Just imagine the fresh, juicy red strawberries or field-ripened tomatoes picked that morning and being served on your dinner table tonight! Along with the incredible selection of farm-fresh, never-refrigerated, warm-from-the-fields Ontario produce, remember all the delicious extras the Farmers’ Market has to offer. Just some of the items you can expect to find are local seasonal fruit and vegetables, local honey, syrup and jams, deli meat items, hand-made botanical soaps and lotions, artisans, flowers and plants. Every week we also feature talented crafters and local community groups that appeal to a wide variety of interests. Gift Certificates now available!
We’d love to hear from you. If there is a grower or crafter you would like to see in our Market, or if you have a community-based organization that’s looking for a place to do some fundraising, please use the Contact Us link or give us a call at the DGBIA at 905-873-4970. Or check out our facebook page under Georgetown Farmers’ Market!
Our Market Manager, Kim Falls, will be back on the street this summer! She’ll most likely have her little side kick with her too! The Assisstant to the Market Manager, Randy Potter will still be here too, don’t worry.
Remember that parking is free Downtown. Look for the new parking lot at Mill and Edith Street! Come on down to the market for a great morning of fresh tastes and smells, great selection, and most of all, fun. See you at the market in June!
Seasonal Vendors at this year’s market include:
Allison’s Farm market – Georgetown ON
Andrews Scenic Acres – Milton ON
Barbara’s Secret Garden – Caledon ON
Demkomart – Etobicoke ON
Hillsview Greenhouse and Market Produce – Lucknow ON
Jentree Whole Foods – Georgetown ON
Kialynn Designs – Georgetown, ON
Lynn Ellis Pottery – Georgetown, ON
Maple Grove Farm – Mount Forest ON
Mason’s Back Bacon on a Bun – Georgetown, ON
Missy Li Meats and Sweets – Malton, ON
PV’s Fresh Fruit & Veggies – Niagara Falls ON
Round Plains Plantation – Waterford ON
Strudel Ladies – Burlington ON
Studio 2 Yoga – Georgetown, ON
Sylvia’s Bakery – Burlington ON
Teresa’s Garden Center – Milton ON
Thames River Melons – Innerkip ON
The Bee & Me – Dunnville ON
Thiessen Farms – Jordan Station ON
Whole Circle Farms – Acton ON Note: Certified Organic Vendor
More to come as the list grows and changes!
Please note, daily spaces available as of August 17 are:
September 21 until October 19
They go very quickly so fill out an application and put in your dates before you worry about payment or insurance. We can fill those in after we secure dates!
2013 Farmers Market Applications
GFM Application – Charity.pdf
GFM Application – Charity.doc
GFM Application – Craft Vendor.pdf
GFM Application – Craft Vendor.doc
GFM Application – Farmers.pdf
GFM Application – Farmers.doc
GFM Application – Food Vendor.pdf
GFM Application – Food Vendor.doc
GFM Application – Special Vendor.pdf
GFM Application – Special Vendor.doc
For Food Vendors go to: Halton Region Health Department