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2018 Market Season has begun!


Wellington Farmers' Market


Agrarian Market teams up with the Wellington Farmers' Market


Agrarian Market is pleased to announce the addition of the Wellington Farmers' Market to our line-up of establishments promoting locally produced goods.   


The dedicated team at Agrarian Market is proud to continue the traditions established by the Wellington Farmers' Market and looks forward to starting the seventh season on Saturday, May 19. With the increased tourism presence and recent growth of the market to include three days per week, Louise McFaul felt it was time to invite new energy into the management of the Wellington Farmers' Market.  By connecting with Agrarian Market, a like-minded family owned business, the Wellington Farmers' Market can continue the community-first vision Mrs. McFaul has established.

Louise McFaul is thrilled with the possibilities that are now available to Agrarian Market and the Wellington Farmers' Market through this partnership.  "The team at Agrarian Market is in a unique position to build and support the Wellington Farmers' Market in a manner that is true to our original spirit – as a venue for entrepreneurs to reach new customers and network with other local business people," shared Louise McFaul.  "The outstanding growth and support the Wellington Farmers' Market has received from the community these past six years has helped create an amazing space in which our vendors can connect with people who use their products, and for customers to meet and learn about the goods that they are purchasing.  I am thrilled that our vendors and our community can continue to enjoy the Wellington Farmers' Market through the involvement of the Agrarian Market."

"We're really happy to have Louise helping us as we slowly take over the reins this summer. She's done such a wonderful job and we want to continue this community tradition that she has created."   Patricia continues, "Wellington is thriving and we're thrilled that Agrarian has the opportunity to be a part of something so exciting!"

The Wellington Farmers’ Market is an eclectic, out-door market on the shore of Lake Ontario giving local vendors and farmers' a place to come together and celebrate good, hard, honest work - the work done by the hands of our neighbors, and shared with friends.


Registration for the 2018 season is now open!  Join us as we embark on our seventh season as the largest farmers' market in Prince Edward County.  There are many ways to participate in the market, as a full-season vendor, an occasional vendor, a musician, or a charitable organization.  Students and new vendors are always encouraged, so now is the time to try your hand at

starting that small business you've always dreamed about.


The market has grown again!  We will be open Tuesdays in conjunction with the Wellington District Lions Club Concerts in the Park events, on our regular Saturdays from May long-weekend until Thanksgiving long-weekend, and the market will also take place on Sundays from May long-weekend until Thanksgiving long-weekend.  Three exciting opportunities to enjoy the energy of Wellington and Prince Edward County!


Any given market day you can find gourmet food, jewelery, home-made treats, metal art, antiques, collectibles or gifts for the hard-to-please. You’re part of the local economy, so you understand how important it is to keep The County vibrant and moving forward. We're doing that, too! One market day at a time.


Each week we invite local musicians to perform from 11am - 1pm.  Visitors can enjoy lively blue-grass, folk, country or jazz music each Saturday.


Patricia McDermott and Bryan Rogers of Agrarian Market invite the Prince Edward County community on Saturday, May 19 to the Wellington Farmers' Market at 243 Main Street, Wellington to join us at 8am for the grand opening of the seventh season.

Come out and find the finest local purveyors and producers of local goods. You'll feel good about being part of something bigger.


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freshness & flavor

Nothing's sweeter than a fresh red apple or crisp cabbage from your own backyard. Our markets are the next best thing. 

You're part of the local economy, so you understand how important it is to keep The County vibrant and moving forward. We're doing that, too!

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