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Cambridge Farmers’ Market

Photo courtesy of Cambridge Farmers’ Market

The original Cambridge Farmers’ Market was established in the 1830s and was a prominent fixture in the Township of Galt, now part of the city of Cambridge. The current Farmers’ Market takes place in and outside of two buildings, constructed in 1887 and 1896. Over the years the buildings were restored and in 1984 the market building became a designated heritage structure.

Photo courtesy of Cambridge Farmers’ Market

You can visit this beautiful historic space every Wednesday and Saturday, all year long for the best Cambridge has to offer. Selling fresh meat, produce, cheeses, baked goods, handmade crafts and so much more. Visiting the market allows you to support local businesses and community members while indulging in high-quality goods.

Photo courtesy of Cambridge Farmers’ Market

You can look forward to an array of vendors, including Doug’s Honey, Villa Nova Estate Winery and Grand River Jewelry. There is also fresh produce from local farmers, goods that constantly change with the season. During August you can expect blueberries, peaches, melons, hot peppers, cherries, corn, eggplant and much more.

Also keep your eye out for the market’s monthly specials, featuring some of the community’s favourite vendors. Included in the August lineup are Aunties Grove Preserves, British Baked Goods and Sweet City Bakery.

 

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