News and Events
Wednesday Market: June 21st - Oct 4th
🌮LUNCH + ART🎨 every Wednesday, starting June 21st!
Come enjoy a mid-week treat at the market, support local, and discover gorgeous works by local artisans!
The Wednesday market will operate each week from 9am to 2pm, June 21st to October 4th!
Perogies for peace: Island woman raises money for Ukraine with potato dish
Grandma Jaworski’s Foods gave out 5,000 perogies, raised $5K in donations to help Ukraine. A P.E.I. woman has raised thousands of dollars to support Ukraine by giving away perogies. Grandma Jaworski’s Foods was busy Saturday as hundreds of customers flocked to the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market to show support. Read more
Farmers' market vendors hit hard by winter storms
Stormy weather over the past month has caused the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market to close most Saturdays. Bad weather cancelled the first few weekends in January for sellers. The number of vendors has been reduced on days the market has been able to open. Read more
P.E.I., federal governments helping fund renovations at Charlottetown Farmers Market
Renovations include updating the air system and electrical service for vendors, upgrading the washroom facilities and improving pedestrian and vehicle flow. The federal and provincial governments are helping out with the bill. Read more
'We're still in business': How innovation has kept the Charlottetown Farmers' Market open
Closed, open, outside, inside, online — 2020 was a busy year of change for the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market, with more on the way in 2021. “We’re not at the numbers that we were pre-COVID, but we’re still in business,” manager Bernie Plourde told Island Morning host Mitch Cormier. Read more
A look back at more than 200 years of the Charlottetown Farmers' Market
The Charlottetown Farmers’ Market had been a community gathering spot long before its current home on Belvedere Avenue across from UPEI was built in 1985. Did you know the market has a history that dates back more than 200 years? And that for most of that time, the market was in the centre of downtown? Read more