We will be back at Legion Field for the 2019 season - mid-June until Thanksgiving!
Join us for fresh food and a good time.
Events will be posted in the spring
Eganville Farmers' Market is proud to offer fresh, locally produced products and you'll have the choice of selecting organic or not - just ask our vendors. They are happy to explain how things are done on their property. That's the added benefit to a farmers' market - you can meet the actual vendor, ask questions and make sure of what you are eating. This is important if you are concerned about healthy food.
Market Location & Hours
Located at Legion Memorial Field in Eganville across from St. James Catholic Church (on the same grounds as the Eganville Curling Club, ball diamonds, soccer field, spash pad and tennis court).
Hours: 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. every Friday from mid-June to Thanksgiving.
Products for Sale
Products regularly offered for sale include:
- fresh produce - more appears as the season goes on
- herbs and garlic
- jams & jellies; pickles & relishes; sometimes salsa
- maple syrup
- baking - bread, pies, tarts, dessert breads, doughnuts and a variety of other goodies like salmon pie
- all natural skin care products with a wide range of soaps
- arts & crafts
- dried soup mixes
- other products will appear as they are available throughout the season (e.g. berries, apples)
2019 Theme Days
June 7 - Opening Day Extravaganza and Gardening Day.
Welcome to our first market of 2019.
Wwe will be featuring vegetable and flower seedlings, and perennials. Look for summer reading for children and adults in our new Book Nook at bargain prices. Donations of previously enjoyed pocket books and children’s books are appreciated.
June 28 - Canada Day
Free Canada Day treats, flags and pins.
July 5 - Maple Syrup Day
A celebration of maple syrup with many maple based products including syrup.
July 12 - Children's Farm Day CANCELLED
Come and visit some farm animals. There will be a children's play area with live petting animals and toy farm machinery. Wear your favourite country and western outfit.
Demonstrations by the 4H Rabbit Club.
July 26 - Christmas in July
Why wait until December for your favourite Christmas treats? We will have tasty seasonal specialities.
Looking to change-up your Christmas decorations? There will be some gently used items to update your Christmas displays and there will be some Christmas books in the Book Nook.
August 2 - Home Comming
We are hoping the military will come back with their helicopter for a visit.
August 9 - Niagara Peaches Pre-order
Tree-ripened peaches direct from the Niagara region for delivery August 17 pending availability. Proceeds support Golden Lake Camp.
August 9 - Junior Vendors Day
Young vendors, aged 18 and under, will join the regular vendors in offering their homegrown or homemade items for sale. A great experience for our next generation of vendors and now an annual event. (interested Junior Vendors: please see the application and information under the Application tab.)
August 16 -Honey Festival Day
Bee keeping demonstration and information, honey and beeswax products.
August 30 - Garlic & Herb Day
A do-not-miss for lovers of garlic and/or herbs. Available fresh and in many other items.
September 13 - Redneck Chili Cook-off
Bring your appetite and be prepared to vote for your favourite chili. Stay posted for celebrity chefs.
September 20 - Apple Day
Not only will you find fresh apples, but also mouth-watering apple pies, apple jelly and many other delicious apple products.
October 11 - Thanksgiving Harvest Festival
This is the last market day of the 2019 season. Look for favourite fall vegetables for your Thanksgiving table and items to stock your freezer.