Annual General Meeting, Monday, March 13 2017: 

It’s a pivotal time for the farmers market, and whether you’re a vendor, customer, or community supporter, we’d love to have your participation and input at our AGM. It’s happening at the Sackville Commons, 64 Main Street, starting at 6:30 PM, and running for about an hour and a half. Links to the AGM documents are available below for your perusal prior to the meeting.

2016 AGM Agenda

Treasurers Report to AGM 

Community benefits survey results

2016 Annual Report from the Chair and Market Manager

The Sackville Farmers Market operates year round, every Saturday. This season, from November to April, we’re inside Ducky’s and the Bridge Street Cafe (4 and 8 Bridge Street) as well as in the parking lot behind the Salvation Army, right in the heart of downtown Sackville.

Our November/December newsletter is here! Inside, you’ll read updates from our farmers & artisans, who are wrapping up harvest, bringing the cows home, and gearing up for holiday markets, plus news on our food security work, the search for a permanent venue, and a guide to where to find your favourite vendors at our winter location. (follow the link to view & download)

The Sackville Farmers Market celebrated 35 years in 2013 making it among the oldest Farmers Markets in New Brunswick. Find everything you need from freshly grown local produce, meats and baked goods to artisan works including pottery, hand-spun fibre, embroidery and more.  Stay and enjoy ready-to-eat ethnic foods including Japanese, Indian and Korean.

The market takes place year round, indoors and outdoors from 9am to noon. From May to the end of October, the market takes place in Bill Johnstone Memorial Park, just next to the Sackville Public Library at 66 Main Street. In the winter months, the market takes place indoors at Ducky’s and the Bridge Street Cafe (4 and 8 Bridge Street) and outdoors in the parking lot behind the Salvation Army.

The Sackville Farmers Market Inc. is a non-profit organization founded in 2012. Our mandate is : to promote and create local food systems and locally produced items in order to build community through the operation of a non-profit, co-operatively managed farmers’ market in Sackville, New Brunswick.

One response to “

  1. Eduardo Ayson Padrones

    I’m selling ready to eat Hot food ,most my menu is BBQ chicken and BBQ pork and Cesar Salad with topping any meat i sell ,sesame chicken ,salt pepper chicken mango chicken, pasta ,udon noddles stir fry, chicken fried rice jambalaya rice, acadian bbq chicken,
    i want to sell my food ,how to make a application being a vendor pls give me a location or space.

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