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10 Farmers’ markets to visit in Manitoba this summer!

The Farmers’ Market is a must-visit for any Manitoban summer! Visiting your local farmers’ market is a great way to support local producers, artisans, and farmers.

The Farmers’ Market is a must-visit for any Manitoban summer! Visiting your local farmers’ market is a great way to support local producers, artisans, and farmers. In addition to supporting local producers, shopping at the farmers’ market comes with a number of other benefits. For instance, getting your groceries at the farmers’ market instead of a large supermarket can help you reduce your carbon footprint. Supporting your local farmers’ market allows you to support the local economy and protect the environment! Don’t know where to start? Here’s a guide of our favourite farmers’ markets in Manitoba.

1. St. Norbert Farmers’ Market

Without a doubt, the St. Norbert Farmers’ Market is one of the most widely known farmers’ markets in the province. Located in the bilingual community of St. Norbert at the south-east tip of Winnipeg, the St. Norbert Farmers’ Market features more than 1800 products from some 70 artisans and producers. Among the latter you can find many excellent Francophone and bilingual artisans! We recommend in particular Ker Breizh’s stand, which serves delicious crêpes inspired by the owners’ homeland of Brittany in France, as well as that of Coco Kisses, which offers unique and warm home décor.

Opening Hours: Saturdays from 8 AM to 2 PM; and Wednesdays from 3PM to 7PM

Website : https://stnorbertfarmersmarket.ca/

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2. St. Léon Gardens

Summer in St. Boniface would not be complete without visiting St. Léon Gardens at least once! From their locally-grown strawberries to their delicious fresh bread, St. Léon Gardens has all you need to keep the pantry stocked in summertime. St. Léon Gardens is particularly well-renowned for supporting local businesses and for its commitment to protecting the environment. Getting your groceries at St. Léon Gardens is a great way to satisfy your appetite while doing your part to help the environment!

Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday from 9 AM to 9 PM; Sundays and Holidays from 9AM to 6PM

Website : https://www.stleongardens.com/

3. Richer Summer Market

Discover the historical riches of southern Manitoba at the Richer Summer Market! This farmers’ market takes place on the grounds of the Dawson Trail Museum, an old church converted into a heritage site in 2015. In addition to its historical setting, the Richer Summer Market hosts a number of incredible vendors and food trucks. Whatever your tastes, you will be sure to find some special treasures here!

Opening Hours: from July to September, every Saturday from 10AM to 2PM

Website : https://www.facebook.com/steannesummermarket

4. St. Malo Farmers’ Market

Nestled in the heart of the quaint community of St. Malo, otherwise known for its stunning provincial park, the St. Malo & District Farmers’ Market is truly a hub for all kinds of artisans and producers from southern Manitoba. Every weekend, the market is full of buzz and activity. For instance, the market often hosts talented live entertainers and the Biz Camp kiosk, which is an organization that aims to instill children from the region with an interest in entrepreneurship. So come on down to the St. Malo & District market, every Saturday until early September!

Opening Hours: from June to September, every Saturday from 10 AM to 1:00 PM

Website: https://www.facebook.com/Le-March%C3%A9-St-Malo-District-Farmers-Market-346261105417198/

5.  St. Adolphe Market

With some fifty vendors, two food trucks and even a coffee truck, St. Adolphe Market offers a wide range of local products. From artisanal jams and marmalades to handmade soaps to bison raised and prepared here in Manitoba, St. Adolphe Market has something for everyone! Not to mention the fact that the Market is tremendously committed to the importance of shopping local by supporting the region’s producers. Do your part to support local by visiting the St. Adolphe Market!

Opening hours: July 14, August 11, September 15 from 10 AM to 3 PM.

Website : https://www.facebook.com/stadolphemarket

6. La Broquerie Farm and Community Market

Don’t miss La Broquerie Farm and Community Market! Pottery, handicrafts, farm products and other local vendors await you.

Opening hours: every Saturday from mid-June to end of September from 9 AM to 1 PM


7. Ste. Anne Summer Market

The Ste. Anne Summer Market has more than 25 different vendors each week. Live music, burgers, hotdogs, fresh fish and many other local products are offered. Contribute to buying local and visit the Ste. Anne market on Wednesdays this summer!

Opening hours and days: Wednesday 12 and 26 June, 10 July, 21 August, 4 and 18 September from 3 pm to 7 pm


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8.  Somerset Farmer’s Market

The Somerset Farmer’s Market takes place at the main crossroad of town, 3rd Street and Carlton Avenue., each Wednesday evening from July through September. The Market features bountiful produce, cut flowers and handicrafts.


9. St. Boniface Summer Market

The St. Boniface Summer Market takes place every Thursday evening from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., from June 6 to August 29 at Joseph Royal Park (665 Taché Avenue). Come and discover all kinds of fresh and local products while enjoying the friendly atmosphere, the music and the breathtaking view of the Red River.

Opening dates: from June 6 to August 29, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m
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10. Landmark Market

Visit Landmark’s third annual market! More than 30 vendors will be there, it’s an opportunity to support local producers near you.

Opening date and hours: August 24 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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