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The Bulkley Valley Farmers’ Market now has over 50 vendors! Established in 1996, we have been growing steadily and now offer a very wide range of products — all of which are locally produced by the vendors themselves.
Our stalls include: fresh vegetables, local meat, organic & naturally-grown certified farms, cut & fresh flowers, and many, many artists & craftspeople. We also offer hot food and live music (on the brand new stage – courtesy of local radio station CICK).
We believe that fresh food tastes better and lasts longer; that local products keep money in our community, support sustainability, and make a smaller environmental footprint; and, when you meet the farmer or the artist, you can ask for exactly what you want. (Want that sweater in blue? You got it! Want to know how your chicken was raised? (Just ask!)
Every Saturday from May 9th until September 26, 2015 – NEW HOURS: 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the corner of Main Street and Hwy 16, Smithers. We will move indoors again in October (please check our website for dates and location) www.bvfm.ca e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Admin. Assistant, Lyn: 250-847-3938
Creston Saturday Market – A dynamic blend of vendors offering fresh quality produce, organic fruits and vegetables and tasty home-baked goods. Also an exciting array of arts and crafts and unique locally made products. In season fresh cut flowers and delicious grapes and berries. Enjoy tasty treats and local entertainment, all from the beautiful Creston Valley.
Dawson Creek Farmers Market – Dawson Creek Co-Op Mall Parking Lot Dawson Creek, British Columbia V1G 4H9 S Come visit the Dawson Creek Farmers Market in Northern British Columbia. Meet the vendors who make, bake or grow your products. We have a wide variety of fresh fruits & vegetables & much more!
Dunster Farmers Market – Dunster Community Hall Dunster, British Columbia V0J 1J0 For more information, contact Karen Shaw at 968 4331..
Farmers Market – Revelstoke Community Centre Revelstoke, British Columbia V0E 2S0 Revelstoke’s market is the place to be on Saturday mornings! Downtown’s Grizzly Plaza, surrounded by heritage buildings interspersed with views of snow covered peaks, comes alive with colourful awnings, crowds of people & a vibrant market atmosphere. Takes place May to October & December too.
Fort St. James Farmers Market – Fort St. James, British Columbia V0J 1P0 Our increasingly popular market is enjoying its 12th season. With beautiful Stuart Lake as the backdrop, you will find farm products, baking, preserves, plants & handcrafted items such as benches, chairs & more.
Fort St. John Farmers’ Market – North Peace Arena Fort St. John, British Columbia
V1J 4J1 May through December – Visit the Fort St. John Farmers’ Market to sample a wide variety of locally grown, fresh & wholesome foods direct from the grower.
Golddiggers Flea Market 4444 Lakelse Ave., Terrace, BC (250) 638-7943 We carry a assortment of products from used goods such as antique furniture, kitchen and household goods, Army issued surplus, used books, Elvis, Betty Boop, john Deere collectibles. G-unit, Shady, body jewellery, knives and swords, DVD’s $5., VHS movies $1
Hall Street Local Market – Baker & Hall Streets Nelson, British Columbia V1L 4H6 Wed The Hall Street Local Market is held Wednesdays, June to September, 9:30 am-3:00 pm.
Hazelton Farmers’ Market – Hwy 62 Hazelton, British Columbia V0J 1Y0 Sat May through October – Come check out our home made & home grown goodies.
Invermere Farmers Market – Downtown Invermere, British Columbia V0A 1K0 June through September – Invermere Farmers’ Market is a colourful downtown Market on 2 closed streets. Something for everyone. All items handcrafted or grown. Musicians most market days. Go to the market in the morning & to the beach in the afternoon.McBride Farmers Market – Village Park McBride, British Columbia V0J 2E0 Fri June 04, 2010 – Fri September 24, 2010 – Visit the McBride Farmers Market this summer on Fridays, 12pm – 3pm.
The Kamloops Alano Club – hosts flea markets every Sunday, road weather permitting, until Sept. 30 in the Big O Tire parking lot on the North Shore (Tranquille and Leigh Street). Call 250-371-4620 and ask for Roger. $4 a stall and no charge to buyers. All sellers welcome (except for tires & rims, naturally). Come see Clara the Bannock lady, Joe The Egg Man and Roger and his wife. Local farmers always welcome!
Nakusp Farmers Market – Downtown Nakusp, British Columbia V0G 1R0 – Every Saturday from May to Oct, downtown on 5th Ave.
New Denver Friday Market – Corner Of 6th St & Kildare St New Denver, British Columbia V0G 1S0 – In the heart of New Denver, this gem of a market spreads out on the grass amongst fruit trees & flower gardens, beneath shady maples. We feature locally grown vegetables, flowers, fruit, herbs & perennials. The market features artisans from all over the Kootenays.
Prince George Farmers’ Market – Corner Of 3rd Ave And George St Prince George, British Columbia V2N 4T6 – This open-air market is surrounded by rose bushes, trees & gardens as a backdrop, with stairs & benches for sitting. All goods for sale are grown or crafted locally, it is a true source of local produce & merchandise.
Rossland Mountain Market – Queen St & Columbia Ave Rossland, British Columbia V0G 1Y0 – Come check out the goodies at the Rossland Mountain Market!
Skeena Valley Farmers’ Market – 4600 Block Davis Terrace, British Columbia V8G 3Z9 – Everything at the Skeena Valley Farmers’ Market is home-grown, homemade & home-baked. Coming here on a Saturday morning is the social thing to do. Think of it as a community living room.
South Enderby Flea Market – We open April 1st of every year and close by Oct 15th. Open seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to whenever the vendors want to close. Right now our sign says 5:00 p.m. There is a wide variety of items being sold. Antiques, clothing, (new and used) books,(new and used) pellet guns, Rada knives, Avon. One food vendor selling bannock. Still to come fruit and vegetables. Of course there is way more than I could possibly list. Contact Rosanna Stamberg email@example.com
The Fleas Knees – The market takes place usually the first weekend of the month in 100 Mile House – the next ones are June 3 and July 8. The June 3 market will be at the 100 Mile Agriplex, on Airport Road. Admission is free, and tables are $20 each. We welcome home-based businesses, vendors of new and used goods, crafts and artisan work.
We aim to hold the markets outside in the summer and inside through the winter months.
We will accept food vendors only if they have their own liability insurance and follow the provincial rules regarding food sales. The organizers can be reached at 250-395-3006. Our website is: www.facebook.com/TheFleasKnees
Third Avenue Market – 3rd Ave Prince Rupert, British Columbia V8J 1K2 – Come check out the goodies at the Third Avenue Market in Prince Rupert!
Vanderhoof Farmers’ Market – Riverside Park Vanderhoof, British Columbia V0J 3A1 – Come check out the home baked, grown & made goodies at the Vanderhoof Farmers’ Market.
Winlaw Farmers’ Market – Hwy 6, Spicer Centre Winlaw, British Columbia V1N 2N8