Monthly indoor market runs

Sundays January 10, February 7, March 6, April 3.

1pm -4pm.

Creston & District Community Complex

(Upstairs in the Creston Room)

Locally Made, Baked, and Grown right here in the Creston Valley

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2015.01.10-FB Promo

January 10th Farmers’ Market Layout

Join us for our first 2016 Creston Valley Farmers’ Market! Find us on Sunday afternoon, at the Creston and District Community Complex, from 1pm – 4pm in the Creston Room (upstairs). Hosting a Sunday market is all new for the Creston Valley. Thank you so much to the Community Complex for having us! We’ll be […]

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2015.12.21_SeasonFMreport_FAC

2015 Year End Report

The 2015 Farmers’ Market was another HUGE success with even more vendors than the amazing 2014 year! The images below are from the presentation given at the Food Action Coalition (our parent non-profit) AGM on December 21st. They show some of the highlights from the past year with regards to market operations. Vendor attendance at […]

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2015.12.19 FB

Last 2015 market

It’s always bittersweet to hit the end of a Farmers’ Market season. On one hand, not having an alarm going off shortly after 6am every Saturday is nice, especially when the sun isn’t over the mountains until almost 8am. On the other, having a weekly dose of our amazing vendors and customers does wonders for […]

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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.