The Abbotsford Farm and Country Market is a fairly large farmers market that features local produce and artisan products on Saturdays in Abbotsford.
NEW MARKET VENUE
As of July 27th, 2019, the market’s new location is at Jubilee Park which is located at 2552 McCallum Road just off South Fraser Way.
Abbotsford Farm and Country Market
The summertime Abbotsford Farm and Country Market runs from early May until the fall. Being in the heart of the Fraser Valley – the Lower Mainland’s main farming region – the produce at the Abbotsford market tends to be extra fresh and very local.
Their winter market starts in November. It is a little smaller, but interesting just the same. In 2019, the summer market starts on May 4th and continues until October 26th.
When and Where is the Market
Up until July 20th, 2019, the Abbotsford Farm and Country Market takes place on Saturdays from 9 am to 1 pm at the intersection of Montrose Avenue and George Ferguson Way in downtown Abbotsford. Starting on July 27th, the market happens at the same time but at Jubilee Park.
In the summer months, weekly markets run from early May to late October. In 2019 the first market of the season is on Saturday, May 4th, while the last one is on October 26th. The market usually continues in the winter inside a church. 2019 details are to be confirmed.
What to Expect at the Market
In the winter there tends to be only about two dozen or so vendors at each market, which makes it a mid-sized market for the winter season. In the summer, however, on a peak day there can be close to four dozen vendors, which makes it one of the Lower Mainland’s larger farmers markets.
Like many farmers markets, at the Abbotsford Farm and Country Market you can expect a wide variety of things for sale, including fresh fruits and vegetables from local farmers, homemade preserves, baked goods, crafts and even a bit of live music entertainment. Of special note is the fact that the majority of vendors are growers and food producers from the immediate Abbotsford area.
For more information, see the Abbotsford Farm and Country Market website.
For a list of other similar markets, see Lower Mainland Farmers Markets.