Supporting Local Business

The Importance of Supporting Local Business Did you know that when you choose to shop at a local business, more of your money stays in your local economy? Supporting local business affects the livelihoods of those living in your community and the best part is you know, or can easily find out, where your products

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Vendor Profile – Wilmar Farms

Wilmar Farms (hemphollow.com) have been a vendor at the Callingwood Farmers’ Market for 6 years. They sell hemp products including food, skin and body care and their hemp is very healthy, natural and locally grown. They are located on a three generational farm with a ¼ acre of land near Beaumont and were in need

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Vendor Profile – Gwen Kadylo of Us Two Crafts & Creations

Meet Gwen Kadylo, the creator behind Us Two Crafts & Creations. Gwen has been a vendor at Callingwood Farmers’ Market for 6 years and loves it! She loves sewing but got tired of dressmaking so started to create handcrafted kitchen linens, quilted wall hangings, treasure bags, pillow cases and sports aprons. She is proud of

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Bike Week at the Market – June 8 & 11

Bicycling is environmentally friendly while supporting physical fitness and a healthy lifestyle. The Callingwood Farmers’ Market is an advocate of these values and recognizes the importance of assisting our community in making cycling easy and fun. On June 8 and 11 we hosted our Annual Bike Days, inviting cyclists of all ages to bring their

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Happy 30th Birthday To Us!

It was a cold and wet season opening this year on Sunday, May 4, but that didn’t keep Edmonton’s die hard market go-ers away! We still had plenty of patrons to help us celebrate our 30th birthday. Most of our activities such as the petting zoo, bouncy castle and dancers had to be cancelled, but

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Vendor Profile – Carol Cooper

What a beautiful season for fruit, especially rescued fruit. In 2010, Carol and her team at Fruits of Sherbrooke noticed that their neighbours were throwing out some apples that were perfectly healthy but just not pretty enough to sell. This inspired Carol to start her fruit rescue program. Rescued fruit is fruit that has been

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FEATURED EVENT

May 5, 2019: Callingwood Farmers’ Market Season Opens

The 35th season of the Callingwood Farmers’ Market opens on Sunday, May 5, 2019, 10am to 3pm. We are Edmonton’s original and largest Sunday farmers’ market. Our Sunday farmers’ markets feature over 100 tables with vendors offering the finest of locally grown fresh food, top quality plants, unique arts and crafts, exclusive handmade products and much

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