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Coquitlam’s Poirier Street Farmers Market

Coquitlam Farmers Market

The Poirier Street Farmers Market is a Metro Vancouver market that takes place on Sundays at Coquitlam‘s Dogwood Pavilion from early May until late October.

Coquitlam Farmers Market

Offering a selection of products that are “made, baked, grown or raised in B.C.,” the Poirier Street Farmers Market has been running for over 20 years.

Items for sale at the market include farm-fresh produce, baked goods and everything from handmade jewellery to candles, art, wine and chocolate. A number of food trucks serve a variety of tasty treats for lunch and snacks.

On busy weekends over 60 vendors participate, making it one of Metro Vancouver’s largest farmers markets.

Coquitlam Farmers Market Food Trucks
Food trucks at the market

When and Where

Coquitlam’s Poirier Street Farmers Market happens on Sundays from 9:00 am until 1:00 pm.

In 2018 it went from May 6th until October 28th, so the season is now finished. Check again later to see when they will start their new season in 2019.

Located in central Coquitlam, the market takes place outdoors at the Dogwood Pavilion which is at 624 Poirier Street by the corner of Winslow Avenue and Poirier.

TIP: In case you were interested, Mundy Park is a large urban park that’s just 1 km (or a 15-minute walk) east of the farmers market. The park has an outdoor swimming pool in the summer, forest trails and a small lake in the trees to walk around.

Coquitlam's Poirier Street Farmers Market

Other Information

For further details about the market check out the Poirier Street Farmers Market website.

For information about the area, click City of Coquitlam.

For a list of other markets in the Greater Vancouver region, click Lower Mainland Farmers Markets.

Click Sunday Farmers Markets for information about other summer markets on the same day of the week in Ambleside, Kitsilano, Steveston Village, White Rock and Whistler.