TIME: Tuesdays 3pm to 7pm - Rain or Shine!
SEASON: May 9th to Oct. 31, 2017
LOCATION: NW end of Trinity Bellwoods Park, Dundas W. & Shaw/Crawford. Search address 1053 Dundas W
ACCESS: foot, bike, wheelchair, TTC.
IMPORTANT: If you are coming by vehicle, do not park where the pylons are - east curb of Shaw north of the Church to Dundas west & south curb of Dundas west from Shaw to east of Crawford - this area is critically required for participating vendor vehicles and we have a city permit. Thank you for your cooperation!
- Please bring your reusable shopping bags.
- Please make efforts to arrive by foot, bike or TTC.
- No smoking/vaping in designated market area.
- Pets must be on leash.
- Cyclists, please walk your bike in market area.
"The Trinity Bellwoods Farmers' Market mandate is to support and increase access to fresh, local, sustainable and organic agriculture. To educate the community in the food they eat, the source from which it comes and how it is grown and/or prepared. We like slow food, not fast food and eating at hearth and home with your loved ones”.
All vendors participating in the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market have gone through the application and approval process adherent to our Mandate. Vendors are not permitted to participate without prior approval or arrangement by the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market management.
Vendor line up is complete for 2017. We do not keep a waiting list. Vendor inquiries should be sent via our dedicated website Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market contact form. Read the information under 'purveyors' prior. In the event, only vendors of interest will be contacted. The market is part time, volunteer and seasonal work for management. Thank you in advance for your patience.
To futher our commitment to the environment we have a 'leave a bag/take a bag' program. Bring in your clean re-useable shopping bags for others to use, take a bag if you forget yours. You can keep the bag or return it. No worries. We will be encouraging our vendors to reduce the offer of plastic bags. The aim is to be a plastic-bagless farmers' market!
Reduce / Reuse / Recycle, in that order folks.