Weekly outdoor market runs Saturdays May thru September

Behind Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Centre


Weekly market continues indoors Saturdays October thru December 19th

Morris Greenhouse Garden Centre

Bi-Monthly indoor market runs January thur April

Location & dates TBD


Locally Made, Baked, and Grown right here in the Creston Valley
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August Long Weekend Market

Join us at the Creston Valley Farmers’ Market for our August Long weekend market. It’s going to be a beautiful sunny day, which means local produce is in abundance! Cherry season is winding down, so stock up before it’s too late. We’re already seeing peaches ready (and they are so sweet and juicy!), and might […]

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July 25th Market Layout

See you at the market tomorrow! Lots of produce is coming on – come find peaches, apricots, cherries, blueberries, carrots, potatoes, garlic, cukes….. so much!!

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July 18th Farmers’ Market Layout

Join us every Saturday for the Creston Valley Farmers’ Market. The best place to spend your Saturday mornings! Come early to get fresh local tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes, cherries, apricots, blueberries…. and so much more! The Great Canadian Cooking School will be doing food demos and samples at the market! Swing by booth #7 to learn […]

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The Creston Valley Farmers’ Market is a

Creston Valley Food Action Coalition project.

The CVFAC supports the development of a sustainable food system; one where local food may be produced and harvested in a manner that maintains and enhances the quality of land, air and water for future generations, and in which people are able to earn a living wage in a safe and healthy working environment  growing, producing, and harvesting food.


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