Seasonal fruits and veggies, artisanal crafts, and live music? Find some of the best fare Edmonton’s producers can offer at one of these farmers’ markets.
124 Grand Market
May–Oct: Thu 4 pm–8 pm @ 108 Ave. & 124 St.
Jun–Sep: Sun 11 am–3 pm @ 102 Ave. & 124 St.
Visit the abundant vegan vendors, enjoy the local music, and munch on some tasty eats from the city’s hottest food trucks. You’ll appreciate the quiet atmosphere as you peruse the eclectic local goods.
Bountiful Farmers’ Market
Year-round, Fri & Sun 10 am–4 pm, Sat 9 am–5 pm
This is Southside Edmonton’s one-stop shopping market with 100+ local businesses to support, including seven chef-led restaurants. Every weekend, you will find fresh fruits and local vegetables at the peak of seasonal ripeness; locally raised, free-range meat and eggs; craft beer, wine, mead, and spirits; and artisan makers and bakers providing handmade goods. || 3696-97 St., 780-818-3878.
Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Jun–Oct: Sun 10 am–3 pm
Jun–Sep: Wed 12 pm–5 pm
For over 30 years, this outdoor market has offered everything from locally grown produce and meat to hand-crafted clothing and woodwork. || 69 Ave. & 178 St. (The Marketplace at Callingwood)
Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market
Year-round, Sat 9 am–3 pm & Sun 11 am–3 pm
The new indoor location of this long-standing market includes everything to love about local markets, including gourmet food, clothing, beauty products, and artwork. An outdoor portion of the market is available in the summer months. Free parking available. || 10305-97 St.
Old Strathcona Farmers’ Market
Year-round, Sat 8 am–3 pm
Though this market is very popular, you never have to wait to buy your fresh vegetables or handmade crafts. You’ll discover food from a broad range of cultures, including treats such as cheesy Ukrainian perogies, spicy Korean kimchi, fresh Greek tzatziki, and yummy Chinese dumplings. || 10310-83 Ave., 780-439-1844.
Salisbury Farmers’ Market
Year-round, Thu 4 pm–7:30 pm
This year-round market is located outdoors in the parking lot of Salisbury Greenhouse from mid-April to mid-September, and inside Salisbury Greenhouse for the remainder of the year. || Salisbury Greenhouse, 52337 Rge. Rd. 232, Sherwood Park
Sherwood Park Farmers’ Market
Year-round, Wed 4–8 pm
Browse a plethora of fresh local produce, meats, and baking among artisan-made crafts at this weekly farmers’ market, indoors in winter (3000 Emerald Dr.) and outdoors in summer (401 Festival Lane).
South Common Farmers’ Market
May–Oct: Sat & Sun 10 am–4 pm.
This two-day outdoor market includes 500 vendors and 1500 free parking stalls, making it easy to get your farm-fresh meat, veggies, fruit, and more. || 1903 Parsons Rd., 780-686-5882.
St. Albert Outdoor Farmers’ Market
Jun–Oct: Sat 10 am–3 pm
At Western Canada’s largest outdoor farmers’ market, you’ll find fresh produce, homemade baking, preserves, woodwork, fruit, pottery, food trucks, live music, and much more! || Servus Credit Union Place, 400 Campbell Rd., St. Albert, 780-458-2833.
St. Albert Farmer’s Market’s Indoor Christmas Market
Nov 28-Dec 19: 10 am-3 pm
The largest outdoor farmer’s market in Western Canada returns this year for an exciting indoor edition! Adhering to provincial guidelines, guests can experience over 100 vendors each Saturday, from Crafty Cooks to Poppy Jewelry. Support local while you check off your Christmas List! || 101 Riel Dr.,
St. Albert, 780-419-6800.
Campio Winter Markets
Come support some incredible local vendors at the Campio Winter Markets, featuring some of the best in the Edmonton brewery scene on every second Sunday. And there’s nothing better than a mid-day siesta alongside a good brew. Pair the classic Edmontonian beers with Campio’s delicious brunch menu available until 2 pm on each event day. || 10257 105 St., 587-635-1953.
Geeky Gift Holiday Market
Nov 28: 11 am-7 pm
If you’ve got a geeky loved one, or if you’re a little geeky yourself, visit the Geeky Gift Holiday Market for product ideas for whatever your fandom may be. From Star Wars to Zelda, this market features an array of amazing local gifts catered to fit anyone’s nerdy needs. || Alberta Aviation Museum, 11410 Kingsway, 780-451-1175.
The Afrodisiac Market
This local market features local businesses, with a particular focus on providing a platform on which Edmonton BIPOC entrepreneurs can build community, make connections, and bring their various products to potential customers. Afrodisiac isn’t just an event: it’s an initiative, which you are warmly invited to experience. || Alberta Aviation Museum, 11410 Kingsway, 780-451-1175.
Edmonton Christmas Market
Nov 27-Dec 20
This staple of the city returns this year with a mixture of both in-person and online programming to accommodate your needs, regardless of what situation you or your loved ones find yourself in. The in-person artisan market runs every Friday to Saturday in the historic Army and Navy building featuring pre-booked shopping appointments to visit the 60+ vendors. For online chocolate-making, cocktail-making, online mini concerts, and more, stay tuned! || see the listing for address and phone number
A Very Indigenous Holiday Market
I.A.M Collective brings us Edmonton’s largest all-Indigenous holiday market, featuring everything from live entertainment to door prizes. In this season of love and inclusivity, experience this wholesome market filled to the brim with dazzling culture and amazing products. || Alberta Aviation Museum, 11410 Kingsway, 780-451-1175.
Wholly Handmade Market
From December 12-13, Sherwood Park is hosting an event bringing us some of the greatest in over 130 local, handmade vendors. Lend a unique touch to your gifts this year and invest in a durable, sustainable, and lovingly-made alternative to mass-produced presents. || Sherwood Park, 401 Festival Lane.