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Milton Farmers’ Market 

We are excited for the upcoming Milton Farmers’ Market Season.  2020 was a challenging year for so many and coordinating the continuation of the Market amidst the onset of the pandemic was no exception. However, with cooperation, flexibility, it was a successful season!

The Milton Farmers’ Market, operated by the Milton Chamber of Commerce, has found a new home in Downtown Milton at the Milton Fairgrounds, 136 Robert Street for the 2021 season, from May 22 – October 9. We are happy to have the Market in is this great spot, still located in Downtown Milton with easy access to parking and Downtown shops. 

Drop by Saturday mornings, starting May 22, to browse over 30 local vendors. The market is operating safely with approval by the Halton Health Department. Find fresh local products like fruit and produce, meats, homemade sauces and baked good, gorgeous flowers, popcorn and much more! Admission to the Milton Farmers’ Market is free of charge.

Our Market has been approved and inspected by the Halton Region Health department.  All guidelines are followed to ensure the safety of our customers and vendors.

Please be sure to bring your mask to ensure your own safety. Vendors also have PPE and follow COVID safety protocols.

For market updates please follow us on:
Twitter: @MarketMilton
Facebook: @FarmersMarketMilton
Instagram:@FarmersMarketMilton


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Farm, Fresh, Fun

Nestled in the foot of the scenic Niagara Escarpment, the Milton Farmers’ Market has been bringing farm-fresh goodness and old-fashioned hospitality since 1972. Our farmers proudly display “picked fresh this morning” produce and the markets comes alive with artisans and flower vendors. The Milton Chamber of Commerce operates the weekly Saturday morning event from May through October.

Come stroll and visit the many farmers, vendors, florists and artisans from the Milton area. Bring your shopping list to choose from…

◦ fresh-picked fruits and vegetables including organically-grown
◦ preserves, jams, honey and apple cider
◦ breads and baked goods
◦ flowers and plants
◦ meats and cheeses
◦ ethnic and specialty foods