The 2019 market season begins June 1 and runs every Saturday morning, 8am - 12:30 pm, through to October 19th. Please see the contact page for full details including a map and parking details.
What to Expect
Just imagine the fresh, juicy red strawberries or field-ripened tomatoes picked that morning and being served on your dinner table tonight! Along with the incredible selection of farm-fresh, never-refrigerated, warm-from-the-fields Ontario produce, remember all the delicious extras the Farmers’ Market has to offer.
Some of the items you can expect to find are local seasonal fruit and vegetables, local honey, syrup and jams, deli meat items, hand-made botanical soaps and lotions, artisans, flowers and plants. Every week we also feature talented crafters and local community groups that appeal to a wide variety of interests.
Please note, friendly family pets are welcome, but must be leashed and kept back from the food and vendors in order to address any health and safety issues. We also ask that you remember, you love your dog, but everyone may not feel the same way about pets. Some people are afraid of them or nervous with them around their children so please be considerate of this. Thank you for your understanding!
Established in 1993, the Downtown Georgetown BIA is a proud host of the Georgetown Farmers' Market.
The Georgetown Farmers’ Market was established when the Business Improvement Area (BIA) of Downtown Georgetown provided a 3 year start up grant for the establishment of a Seasonal Market on the Main Street of Georgetown in 1993. Showcasing only Ontario produce and locally crafted goods as a producer based market 70% of produce from each vendor must be from their own establishment.
Vendor Fees enabled the Georgetown Farmers’ Market to become self sustaining in 1997. The market has always been run by a volunteer board comprising of local farmers, the market manager and citizens.
In 2004, the Market came back under the jurisdiction of the Georgetown BIA as a sub-committee of the Board of Management administered by the BIA.