Downtown Brampton Farmers MarketDowntown Brampton Four Corners Brampton, Ontario
Multi/Interdisciplinary, Culinary Arts — Excursion
The Downtown Farmers’ Market is a one-stop shop for fresh local produce, meats, specialty items and prepared meals. Add some baked goods, unique spices and preserves to your shopping basket, then visit the great artisans and makers in Garden Square.
The Farmers’ market draws over 75,000 visitors over the season. This thriving vendor marketplace is the place to be on Saturday mornings. 2018 marks the 32nd year of the Downtown Brampton Farmers’ Market being operated by the City.
Vendors set up tents to sell a variety of local produce, crafts, baked goods, prepared foods and hand-made products creating a festive marketplace atmosphere of curated sights, sounds, and flavours unique to the Brampton community.
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Fri 28 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 29 Sep||7:00 AM to 1:00 PM|
In case of rain:
This event runs rain or shine. However, the market will not operate in the event of severe weather
Downtown Brampton Four Corners - Main Street North and Main Street South
Main Street will be closed every Saturday from Theatre Lane/Nelson Street to Wellington Street from 5:45 am to 2 pm. Free public parking is available at the five municipal parking garages in the downtown core: City Hall, West Tower, John Street, Nelson Square and Market Square
City of Brampton
The Brampton Markets run from June to October each season and offer vendors that are as unique as the community that they are coming from. The Markets provide residents and visitors with an open-air market experience where they can purchase a diverse array of fresh produce, baked goods, prepared foods, and artisan made goods straight from the producer. Whether you visit the Downtown Brampton Farmers’ Market or the Mount Pleasant Village Market – you’ll be sure to have a genuine market experience.
This event is in English.
This event is wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Walking, Outdoors, Family Friendly, All Ages, Agriculture & Farm-related, corridor-downtownbrampton