About This Market

The Annette Village Farmers’ Market is a vibrant community gathering that champions fresh, local food. Located at 680 Annette Street in Toronto, it operates every Wednesday, from May 24 to October 4, between 3:00 and 7:00 pm, regardless of the weather conditions. Shoppers can explore an array of fresh Ontario-grown fruits and vegetables, fine cheeses, sustainably-raised meats, artisan preserves, fresh bread, baked goods, and delightful VQA wines. Additionally, prepared foods are available to enjoy on-site, along with the unique creations of local artisans.

A hallmark of the market is its lively atmosphere, enhanced by live music that sets the tone for a pleasant shopping experience. Neighbors frequently mingle, savoring delicious offerings while stocking up on produce that epitomizes the peak of freshness.

The market is not only a place to shop but al so serves as a community event that springs to life with various activities throughout the season. Eager visitors are encouraged to check the Events page for upcoming attractions that should not be missed.

The Annette Village Farmers’ Market is passionate about supporting the “good food revolution” and invites members of the community to get involved, whether that’s by volunteering, performing music, or contributing as a local business sponsor. Market Managers Ashley Sweetman and Constance Dykun are the points of contact for those interested in participating in the market’s lively scene.

For updates and news, the market provides a subscription option via email, ensuring that patrons stay informed about all the market has to offer. Dedication to privacy is a priority for the Annette Village Farmers’ Market team, signaling a commitment to a respectful and considerate community connection.

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