Whistler Farmers Market

Every Sunday from June 15th to October 12th Wednesdays in July and August from 3 to 7 pm

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It is another unbelievable Sunday @whistlermarket. We have the freshest of the fresh fruit, produce and artisan foods and crafts. This week we welcome Whistler Brewing and Kismitt Winery to the market. Come on down and pick up something fresh for dinner and maybe a little vino or a crafty beer as well. Sounds absolutely civilized!

 

On this amazing BC Day long weekend, take a stroll through the market, pick up some fresh produce, a special sauce or two and perhaps a bottle of wine for your Sunday BBQ.

 

July 27th is the Ironman weekend in Whistler and the Whistler Farmers' Market is jam packed with  vendors excited to showcase the best in regional produce, fruits, artisan food and crafters.

Be aware that while there are some road closures, there are still plenty of ways to get to the market. As a bonus, you can cheer on the athletes as they pass right behind the market on Blackcomb Way. 

The best advice is in our Farmers' Market Ironman Survival Guide. 

#1 Park your car

 

#2 Get on your bike: attach baskets, BOB trailer or panniers as    required

 

#3 Get on the valley trail and ride

 

#4 Get your Market On! 

 

Special this Sunday 

See You Later Ranch Winery will be sampling their finest with winemaker Dave Carson on Site

Buy a bottle or a case, we can even have it delivered to your home 

We are jam packed with another amazing selection of regional produce, artisan foods and crafts and local services. Be sure to visit us at the base of Blackcomb Mountain Sunday from 11 am to 4 pm

 

It is time for the "real" official start of Summer.....the June 22nd Whistler Farers Market is going to be another amazing day. Over 90 vendors. Fresh food, local artisans and entertainers. See you there!

 

 

The first round of applications for the 2014 season have closed.

 

 

Located in the beautiful Upper Village Market stroll. Featuring local produce from the Pemberton Valley and beyond. Tasty artisan foods, Local artists, musicians and face painting. Lots of fun and activities for families and children.

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Written by Chris Quinlan — February 24, 2012

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