Fresh air, fresh produce, and fresh ideas… you can find them all at the Edmonton region’s many outdoor farmers’ markets. With summer just around the corner, outdoor markets are open once again and ready to bring you the best in local food, crafts, and more. Be sure to check out all these amazing farmers’ markets!
1) Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market
While the indoor market runs year-round, the outdoor market has returned for the summer season. Every Saturday this summer from 9 am–3 pm, the section of 103 Avenue between 96 Street and 97 Street becomes an open air market bursting with vendors and food trucks. Plans for live music are also on the horizon! || 10305-97 St.
2) Callingwood Farmers’ Market
Edmonton’s oldest outdoor Sunday Market, the Callingwood Farmers’ Market includes over 120 vendors selling everything from farm-fresh produce to handcrafted home decor and beauty products. The Sunday market runs from 10 am–3 pm, while the Wednesday Mini Market runs from 12 pm–3 pm. || 6655-178 St.
3) 124 Grand Market
The 124 Grand Market offers two outdoor markets throughout the summer: the Thursday Market, operating from May 13th to October 7th, runs from 4 pm–8 pm at the corner of 124 Street and 108 Avenue, while the Sunday Market operates from June 6th to September 26th, running from 11 am–3 pm at the corner of 124 Street and 102 Avenue. Enjoy a selection fresh and prepared foods, apparel, stationery, and even specialty services like bicycle repair. || 108 Ave. & 124 St. (Thursdays), 102 Ave. & 124 St. (Sundays)
4) South Common Farmers’ Market
This market runs on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am–4 pm in the Alberta Research Park behind the South Edmonton Common. Enjoy farm-fresh fruits, veggies, and meat from a variety of friendly local vendors. Lots of free parking spaces means that you won’t have to walk far to take your tasty finds back to your vehicle. || 1903 Parsons Rd.
5) Southwest Edmonton Farmers’ Market
Every Wednesday from 4 pm–7:30 pm, May through October, head to Terwillegar to enjoy baking, produce, artisan goods, and more. You can also purchase handmade goods from talented Alberta youth through the Young Vendors table. Food trucks onsite offer hot dogs, ice cream, and more. || Terwillegar Community Recreation Centre, 2051 Leger Rd.
6) Beverly Farmers’ Market
The Beverly Farmers’ Market has been a hub for northwest Edmonton for nearly 25 years. The market runs at the Riverview Crossing Mall every Tuesday from 3:30 pm–7:30pm, from May through October. Browse a selection of Alberta and BC produce, prepared foods, and homemade gifts. || 3210-118 Ave NW
7) St. Albert Farmers’ Market
It’s Western Canada’s largest outdoor farmers’ market, with over 250 vendors selling nearly everything under the sun. Handmade art pieces, wine and spirits, gifts for pets, and farm-fresh meat and veggies are just some of the goods you’ll find here. Beginning June 12th, the market is open every Saturday, rain or shine, 10 am–3 pm. || || Servus Credit Union Place, 400 Campbell Rd., St. Albert
8) Salisbury Farmers’ Market
Located in the south end of Sherwood Park at the Salisbury Greenhouse, the Salisbury Farmers’ Market has moved outdoors for the summer. Stop by every Thursday from 4 pm–7:30 pm to browse a variety of fresh and prepared foods, as well as home decor. || Salisbury Greenhouse, 52337 Rge. Rd. 232, Sherwood Park
9) Leduc Farmers’ Market
For over 40 years, the Leduc Farmers’ Market has been providing the city of Leduc with access to an ever-changing, ever-growing list of local artisans and farmers. The market is back in the Leduc Recreation Centre parking lot this year, running every Thursday and Saturday from 10am–1:30 pm. || 4330 Black Gold Dr., Leduc