Nestled next to the Civic Complex, the Pickering City Centre Farmers' Market continues the tradition of a unique outdoor community market.  

Early shut down at 1:00 pm on October 1 due to inclement weather forecast

Every Tuesday from June 4, 2019 - extended to October 8, 2019 - between the hours of 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, come out and experience local fresh produce, food, music and family activities in the heart of our City Centre. Watch our video on YouTube for a taste of what's to come.

Sponsorship is available for one or many dates. Which theme works best with your corporate focus, goals or target audience?

2019 Market Vendors

Farm Vendors

Albion Hills Farm - Cured/Smoked Meats

Albion Hills Farm is a family based business that offers quality cured and smoked meats made with natural ingredients. Customers love their turkey pepperettes and turkey kielbasa.

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Forsythe Family Farm - Fresh Eggs, Fruits, Vegetables and Cider

Forsythe Family Farm - is a family run farm that believes it’s important to stay connected to where your food comes from. Your food makes a journey from the farm to your fork.  We invite you to be a part of that journey and try out their fruits and vegetables fresh from the field to our farmers' market for your convenience. Fresh eggs will also be available to purchase.

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Hy Hope Farm - Fruits, Vegetables, Jams & Jellies, Florals

Hy-Hope Farm is a family run farm in Ashburn, Ontario, operating since 1976.They believe in quality and fresh produce, and feature their farm grown produce in their preserves. Hy-Hope's raspberries and blueberries are their bestsellers.

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One Life Farm (Certified Organic Farm)

One Life Farm is a 25 acre Certified Organic Farm that will be selling fresh organic fruit & vegetables.

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Snowden Farms - Meat

Snowden Farms is known for its naturally raised, grass-fed, free range beef but also offers non-GMO fed free range chicken with no growth hormones or antibiotics. Snowden Farms takes pride in making their products the way Mother Nature intended ... naturally!

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Willowtree Farms Inc. - Fruits, Vegetables and Cider

Willowtree Farm is a family-owned farm operating from Port Perry, Ontario since 1969. They have a passion for sustainable farming and fresh food, not only at the Market, but also at their on-site farm store, open seven days a week. Their Market bestsellers are corn, broccoli, and strawberries.

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Food Vendors

Ben's Kettle Corn (August 20, 27, September 3, 10, 17, 24, October 1)

Ben's Kettle Corn provides delicious sweet & salty, caramel and maple kettle corn that is freshly made using a custom made cast iron kettle with Ontario grown corn!

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British Baked Goods 

British Baked Goods has been in business since 1989 with fresh, authentic, British-style baked goods and gluten free products. Their bestsellers are meat pies and empire cookies.

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NEW Cathy's Kombucha (July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13, 20 & 27)

Cathy's Kombucha is lovingly handcrafted using the same SCOBY culture, recipe and method used in a Monastery in the Quebec region. Our premium Artisan blends are fermented in small glass jars to bring you the cleanest, most refreshing, naturally effervescent taste we are known for.

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Crown Valley Bakery 
Crown Valley Bakery has all the baked goods you can think of! From breads, to cakes to cinnamon rolls, everything is freshly baked to perfection. Customers can't resist their apple cake. 

EastEnd Vegan (June 4, 18, July 2, 16, 30, August 13, 27, September 10 & 24)

EastEnd Vegan started as an idea to simply provide a few delicious vegan comfort foods to people who were sensitive to dairy, particularly catering to those who lived in the Eastside of the GTA where there were few options already. From there it has grown to selling its staple ingredient Spreadable Almond Cheese which comes in two flavours along with delicious Veggie Patties. The Almond cheese is truly special as it is made of very simple ingredients yet so delightfully cheesy that it surprises many and its so versatile it can be used in place of cream cheese, cottage cheese and even ricotta! 

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NEW Fresh Pops (June 11, 18, 25, July 2 & 9)

We are a mother, daughter team with a passion for making delicious, all natural popsicles! Chill out at the Farmers' Market in our interactive popsicle lounge.

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 NEW Happy to Bake (July 9, 16, 23, 30, August 6, September 10, 17, 24 & October 1)

Happy to Bake was thirty years in the making!  Eloise was a banker turned baker behind the creation of Happy to Bake.  She has recently worked in a catering company, received her Food Handler's Certificate, and earned a certificate in Culinary Arts from George Brown College. Now she is excited to share her expertise and baked goods with you!  Her specialty is home baked treats!  Only the best ingredients, made from scratch.  Cookies, loaves, scones, shortbread, with pies to order.  The niche of her business is catering dessert platters to business' and family functions.  However the Pickering City Centre Farmers' Market has shown her the fun of individual sales as well.  Come say hi and try a sample! 

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Kiss My Bees Honey
JoAnn is a local beekeeper currently living in the little hamlet of Mitchell Corners. She and her companion Chuck have been honoured custodians of bees for over eight years now. They enjoy sharing this passion with others and believe that honey bees are our teachers. It is their wish to pass on that wisdom to others. Please stop by and chat, they would enjoy meeting you and talking about bees.  They sell raw unpasteurized liquid honey, creamed honey, comb honey, beeswax candles, lip balms and soaps. All products are produced by their bees.

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Maple Is Our Business 
Maple Is Our Business has been producing maple syrup products in Pontypool since 1931. Owners, Clancey and Gale Lavender, declare maple butter as their top seller. 
NEW Novus Fine Dining (July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30)

Novus provides you with a unique and sensational culinary experience while you sit back and relax and enjoy the comfort of your own home - all you have to do is choose the menu tailored to your needs. Let our chefs provide you with the VIP experience for the whole evening - they do all the cooking, serving and cleaning. Novus supports Ontario and Canadian farmers, and use locally grown and produced products, while respecting and extenuating the natural flavours to tantalize your taste buds.  Located in Pickering, Novus provides a memorable dining experience to clients in the Durham Region and Greater Toronto area, although we are willing to travel. 

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Old Spoon (July 9, 16, 23, 30, August 6, 13, 20, 27, September 3)
For her entire life Jacqueline has lived among cultures rich in cooking and flavours. Drawing her inspiration from her native country Nicaragua. She believes that her different techniques of cooking can feed your stomach and allow you to discover cultures and traditions from all over the world. Come try her three milk cake, empanadas and so much more.

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Rob's Good Food 

Rob's Good Food is based in Toronto, and produces small batch artisan baked goods. Customers love the cheddar bacon and cranberry-lemon scones.

NEW Steepers Coffees & Teas (June 4, 18, July 9, 23, August 6, 13, 20 & 27) 

Steepers Coffees & Teas is a family business since 1989.  You can travel the world without a passport when you relax with a cup of Steepers Coffees & Teas. Fair Trade and Organic. Single Origin Beans from many countries. We are unique by creating our own Signature Blends, Two Bean Blends, Can’t Make Up My Mind! (Half-Caf Blends .. half regular and half decaffeinated coffees). We have a yummy selection of Flavoured Coffees including Decaf Flavoured (no chemicals), plus regular Decafs (no chemicals).

Our Loose Teas are Fair Trade, Organic and Ethical Tea Partnership where ever possible, and always good quality.  Black and Flavoured Black Teas, Decafs (no chemicals), Herb & Fruit Teas, Herb Teas, Green, Rooibos, Oolong and White Teas.

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The Joy of Harvest 

The Joy of Harvest is a family-owned business featuring homemade quality condiments and jams. Their most popular item is the red pepper jelly.

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NEW - Top That! (June 18, 25, July 2, 9 & 16)

Top That! is a local small business dedicated to creating unique single-serve nut, seed, and dried fruit toppings packaged in biodegradable containers. Hand prepared in small batches, Top That! toppings are perfect for yogurts, oatmeals, soups, and salads. Without any added sugars or oils, they make healthy eating quick, easy, and guilt-free! Not always on the go? Top That! also offers larger stand-up pouches, making it just as simple to top your bowls when you’re at home.

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Artisan Vendors


NEW Art Arrows (July 23 & August 20)

Leanne is the owner & creator of Art Arrows. She makes a combination of gemstone jewellery and accessories. Only at our market for two dates!  Stop by and check out her one of a kind jewellery.

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Betty Lou's Country Crafts

Betty Lou's Country Crafts is focused on providing high-quality service and customer satisfaction. Specializing in Handmade products. Microwave Oven Mitts, and Bowl Cozies. Unique Kitchen Towels, Dish Cloths Tea Cozies and Tote Bags.

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NEW Curiosa Designs

Curiosa Designs by Jennifer Gamba features unique and one of a kind pieces that explore the texture, colour, and shapes found in the world around us. 

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NEW Diggin Up Bones - Natural Dog Care

Diggin Up Bones is interested in a more natural and holistic approach to the health and diet of our four legged friends. They will be selling homemade treats, cookies, smoked bones, toys and first aid care products weekly at the market.  Bring your furry friends by for a visit!

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Momtaz Soap

Momtaz Soap is the merge of science with traditional soap within a family of soapmakers. Featured by “Daytime” as the Best Traditional Oriental Soap in Canada. Momtaz Soap carries an exclusive line of laurel berry oil soap, bamboo charcoal soap & neem oil soap bars. 100% natural and neutral products with no additives or colorants. This year, they grew bigger, make sure to check their variety of products.

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Lago of All 
Lago-Of-All sells hand crafted, African-style cotton clothes and fabrics. Their most popular item is the dashiki.
NEW Raesham - One of a Kind (July 9 & 16)

Founded by the artist Raesham that features all handmade, crafted gifts including coasters, decor, and original artwork. Each product is a work of art and also serves a unique purpose. The one of a kind products add a little modern character to any room and are perfect for gifting! Currently, you can shop the store through Instagram and also place custom orders.

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NEW Tatiana Kozlov Design (June 11, 25 & July 2, August 20)

Tatiana loves to sew! Ever since she was a little girl, you could always find her working with fabric. About six years ago, it developed into a small business.  She is very happy sewing up a storm and selling her work at our farmers' market.

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The Sewing Place
Vivene is excited to be joining us at the market this year.  She is very proud of her handmade cushion covers, table runners, totebags, knitted hats & scarfs.

The Whitby Soap Company

Cathi makes handmade soaps, bath bombs and other skincare products using ingredients safe for you & your family. All handmade natural soaps and bath products to pamper your skin. Featuring nourishing ingredients such as goats milk, olive oil & pure essential oils.

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VQA Ontario Vendors

OCALA Winery (August 13, 20, 27, September 3 & 10)

OCALA winery is housed within a turn of the century board and beam dairy barn. The orchards and vineyards overlook a sprawling valley which leads to the town of Port Perry on the shores of Lake Scugog. The license under which Ocala Winery operates dictates that at least 50% of the orchard fruit and grapes used for its wines must be grown on-site. Any fruit that is purchased to support wine production must be Ontario, Canada fruit only. Ocala’s orchards and vineyards currently produce 90% of the fruit used in on-site wine production.

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