A community cornerstone in Guelph since 1827. Open Saturdays from 7 a.m. to noon.
One of Guelph’s oldest and well-loved community spaces offers fresh local food, artisanal products and a friendly, welcoming atmosphere year round. Guelph Farmers’ Market continues a tradition of pride and community building supporting the local economy, sustainability and entrepreneurship.
There are so many reasons to engage with your community cornerstone, the Guelph Farmers’ Market:
- Support local farmers and vendors
- Pick up farm-fresh fruits and veggies
- Take home artisanal goods and specialty foods
- Shop sustainably and reduce your carbon footprint
- Sample VQA wines, local ciders, and brews
- Experience the best that Guelph-Wellington (Canada’s first food smart community) has to offer
The market is located at 2 Gordon Street in the heart of downtown Guelph at the corner of Wilson and Gordon Streets.
Parking is available within a short walking distance of the market.
The Guelph Farmers’ Market is owned and operated by the City of Guelph. It is governed by By-Law Number (2009) – 18874.
The Guelph Farmers’ Market is an active member of:
Students in high school, adults and seniors are invited to volunteer year round as a Market Ambassador at the Guelph Farmers’ Market. Join the market family and help build a more sustainable food system. Responsibilities include assisting vendors and customers and special events.
To apply, complete the application.
Once your application is received it will be reviewed and you will be contacted within 2 weeks. If you are successful you will be required to attend a short orientation and training before your first shift.
Thank you for your support of the Guelph Farmers’ Market!