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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

  • Squash from BearHaven, Kakabeka Farmers' Market (photo taken 2018, Wendy O'Connor)
  • Fresh bread from Murillo Bread Maker, Kakabeka Farmers' Market (photo taken 2018, Wendy O'Connor)
  • Handmade cutting boards from Wood Crafts by George, Kakabeka Farmers' Market (photo taken 2019, Wendy O'Connor)
  • Painted rock from The Sandstone Collection, Kakabeka Farmers' Market (photo taken 2019, Wendy O'Connor)

Kakabeka Farmers' Market

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Royal Canadian Legion #225 - Kakabeka

Kakabeka Falls, ON

Directions: Kakabeka Farmers Market takes place in the Kakabeka Legion hall, 3 km southeast of Kakabeka Falls along Highway 11/17.



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible.


Kakabeka Farmers' Market is a weekly Saturday morning farmers' market that runs during the local farming season, from mid-June through Thanksgiving weekend.

As a true Farmers' Market (as defined by Ontario regulations), over 50% of the Market's vendors sell local foods produced on their own farms. This means you will find local meats, sausages, honey, maple syrup, mushrooms, preserves, fresh fruit & vegetables, and more! Kakabeka Farmers' market is a culinary hub for locavores!

Many of the Market's non-food vendors sell hand-made crafts including goat-milk soaps, painted rocks, walking sticks and woodcrafts.

Come for breakfast! A bacon & egg "Market Breakfast Special" is available from the on-site Legion Canteen from 9am to noon for only $6!

Kakabeka Farmers' Market is proud to be a part of the 2019 Thunder Bay Culture Days hub, entitled "Culinary Creativity and Wellbeing." We hope to see you on the morning of Saturday, September 28.



Kakabeka Farmers Market Volunteers

Kakabeka Farmers’ Market is a not-for-profit, volunteer-powered, self-sustaining venture that runs on community support. It is a producer-based market, and features local farm food products and hand-made crafts.


This event is part of a hub:

Thunder Bay's Culinary Creativity and Well-being Hub

City of Thunder Bay Thunder Bay, ON

Food, agriculture and culinary arts are such important parts of cultural activity. The links between good food and well-being couldn't be clearer! That's why to celebrate Culture Days this year, we've decided to initiate this hub of linked...