The downtown Georgetown Farmers’ Market is a producer-based market. Vendors must grow or produce what they sell themselves. We are proud of the wide range of quality produce, foods, and goods available at our market.
You will find seasonal fruits and vegetables, certified organic produce, local honey, maple syrup, art, baked goods, artisanal foods, health and wellness education and much more.
Our market is a nice blend of seasonal vendors who are at the market every week, occasional vendors who come a few times each season, non-profit groups and the brick and mortar businesses downtown.
There really is something for everyone.
Seasonal vendors include:
Allison’s Farm market – Georgetown ON
RC Haist Farm - Fenwick, ON
Hillsview Greenhouse and Market Produce – Lucknow ON
Ambrozia Fine Foods – Milton ON
Lynn Ellis Pottery – Georgetown, ON
Maple Grove Farm – Mount Forest ON
Missy Li Meats and Sweets – Malton, ON
PV’s Fresh Fruit & Veggies – Niagara Falls ON
Truly Baked Gourmet Granola - Orton, ON Imperfect 10 - Georgetown ON
Strudel Ladies – Burlington ON
Thames River Melons – Innerkip ON
Fairhaven Farms – Hillsburg ON Kettle Corn Boss - Milton, ON Big Village - Georgetown, ON Nofox Given Embroidery - Georgetown, ON Pine and String - Georgetown, ON Banasco Bro's Soup & Co. - Georgetown, ON Dobi Creations - Georgetown, ON
Thiessen Farms – Jordan Station ON
Red Rabbit Gardens – Erin ON
Saha International – Toronto, ON
Solebration Socks – Georgetown, ON
Armstrong and Carter Ironwork – Georgetown, ON
The Pie Guyz – Brampton, ON
Carmen’s Makery – Georgetown, ON
Uniquely Pure – Bellwood, ON
Sun-Ray Orchards – Beamsville, ON
Thomas' Leathers - Georgetown, ON
Tawse Winery – Vineland, ON Rachel's Gourmet Gone Wild - Georgetown, ON PentaCraft Designs - Arthur, ON Cole's Country Market - East Garafraxa, ON Atkinson Farms - Georgetown, ON Broadside Flowers - Terra Cotta, ON My Fit Little Foodie, Georgetown, ON Green Lane Estate Winery - Vineland, ON
Becoming a Vendor
In order to become a vendor at the Downtown Georgetown Farmers Market you must sell fresh first quality (unless specifically labeled) Ontario grown or manufactured products; produce, baked goods and hand-made crafts. Meat, egg, and dairy products will be allowed with appropriate refrigeration, subject to all health regulations. All bakery and prepared food products must be from a health department inspected kitchen or commercial bakery.
Special Vendors are subject to approval by the Market board and allowed to sell only what is listed on their applications. This category is used mostly to allow health/education related businesses access to a market booth who do not directly create a tangible product for sale such as (but not limited to) yoga instructors, chiropractors, massage therapists, nutritionists, etc.
Buskers are welcome. The Market loves the musical and other entertainment that delights our patrons. If interested, please fill out an application form found below. You must be approved and have provided a signed waiver prior to busking at our Market. Space is limited and there are many wonderful musicians. We thank you for your co-operation and understanding.
Please read through the 2019 rules and guidelines fully prior to filling out your application.
2019 Vendor and Busker Applications
Thank you for your interest in becoming a vendor at our market. Please allow 5-10 business days to review your application before contacting us regarding the status of your application.
Please mail or drop off your application to:
Georgetown Farmers' Market
c/o Georgetown Central B.I.A.
66 Mill Street
Georgetown ON L7G 3H7