Annual General Meeting – Feb 24th, 12:15 pm

The Annual General Meeting of the Sackville Farmers Market will be taking place on Saturday, February 24th directly after market – starting at 12:15 at The Sackville Commons, the same location as the winter Market (64 Main Street). This is an opportunity to hear about the year that was 2017, see our financial situation, 2018 budget and to see the new policies that are in place. All are welcome to the meeting, though members must have their 2018 membership paid for by the AGM in order to vote.

If you are not able to attend, but would like to send a proxy to vote in your place, you must fill out the form linked below and have the representative bring it with them to the AGM.

Below you will find links for the Agenda, minutes from the special meeting in July and the new 2018 Membership Forms. Please look at all documents – there are several small fee adjustments to weekly fees that will be coming into effect at the start of the outdoor market season.

SFM Bylaws including Proxy Voting

AGM Agenda for Feb. 24, 2018

Policy Committee Report

Proxy Form – AGM

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, Kurdish and more!

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 The Sackville Commons, located on the other side of the Sackville Public Library – 64 Main Street!

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.


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