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Farmers Markets of Toronto and GTA

Evergreen’s Winter Village

Celebrate the season in Evergreen’s Winter Village. This historic place offers various outdoor activities, such as Street Curling, Fat Biking, campfires, Evergreen Garden market and more. Everything, so you can enjoy a unique and active way to experience winter in the city.

As stated on the website, through their award-winning suite of programs, they have actively engaged Canadians in creating and sustaining healthy urban environments in schools, public spaces, in housing and transit systems, and communities themselves.

550 Bayview Ave, Toronto, ON M4W 3X8 (View Map)

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Kensington Market

If you are looking for vintage stores, authentic hole-in-the-wall food spots, street art, visit Kensington Market. Here a diverse community of people offer unique wares, tasty treats, festivals and fairs.

As stated on the website, formed in 2009 and represents over 240 businesses. Kensington Market is one of the many BIA’s throughout Toronto and is the voice of our diverse business community.

Kensington Ave, Toronto, ON M5T 2K2 (View Map)

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St. Lawrence Market

There’s so much to see, taste and experience at St. Lawrence Market in Toronto. There are South Market, North Market and St. Lawrence Hall for you to observe. Here you’ll find 120 specialty vendors with fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, grains, baked goods and dairy products, as well as for the uniqueness of the non-food items for sale, flea markets, displays, large social gatherings, meetings and exhibitions and more.

According to the website, it’s one of the world’s great markets – each merchant a square on a lively and authentic patch quilt. The mothers, sons, fathers and daughters whose hard work and passion for food and their craft make up the collective story of the Market.

93 Front St E, Toronto, ON M5E 1C3 (View Map)

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York Farmers Market

York Farmers Market is located on a 10 acre parcel of land in the heart of the historic village of Thornhill. It is a true farmers market from your dreams. It boasts 19 full time vendors, some of them have been at the Market for over 40 years.

As stated on their website, the Market provided a central location for local farmers to sell their produce, grown on farms all around the Market, and to showcase homemade baked goods, preserves, crafts and a wonderful assortment of fresh, natural delights.

7509 Yonge St, Thornhill, ON L3T 2B4 (View Map)

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Davisville Farmers Market

Davisville Farmers Market is located closest to Davisville, with a playground and a park near it. It offers more than 20 vendors, with everything you would expect: fruits, veggies, meats, jams, cheese, snacks and more.

As stated on their website, Market is committed to promoting the fresh food movement in a fast-paced city. With farmers’ markets and community and corporate events, their goal is to put the neighbour back in the neighbourhood.

216-220 Davisville Ave, Toronto, ON (View Map)

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