Farmer’s Markets

By: Rebeka Frazer-Chiasson, La Ferme Terre Partagee

Farmers markets are the best way to get a real taste, smell and feel of a community. Immerse yourself in the food culture of our region by joining us for breakfast, lunch, or to gather the goods for your camping trip, family reunion, or bbq at home.

As a visitor to the region, your greatest impact on the community is how and where you buy and you can be sure that when you spend your money at the market, farmers, cooks and crafters as well as their families and communities will directly benefit.

Water Street Farmers Market

Join us on Saturday morning for breakfast, fresh food, homemade treats, meals and crafts. Open year round and especially active during the summer where vendors spill out of the building, farmers, cooks and crafters will welcome you and happily talk about their products and where and how it was made.

You can find us just under the Centennial Bridge at the Chatham Seniors Centre. The market is also open on Wednesday evening where a smaller but mighty group awaits you to help out with your evening meal and entertainment.

Open Saturday 9am-1pm, Wednesday 4pm-7pm at the corner of Ellis & Water Street in Chatham. Tel: Reginald Flynn 506.773.9868 or find us on Facebook.

Newcastle Farmers Market

On Fridays, we’ll help you will find what you need for your weekend supply of vegetables, treats, gifts and more. Plus you can grab a hot lunch from a large selection of choices, including healthy choices and decadent desserts. A large seating area is provides the perfect setting for socializing.

The market is open all year and during the summer you will find many outdoor vendors ranging from fresh vegetables to your barbecued lunch.

Open Fridays 10am-2pm at the Lindon Recreation Centre, 487 King George Hwy in Newcastle. Tel: 506.622.1260. Find them on Facebook.

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