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Charlottetown Farmers’ Market

The Charlottetown Farmers’ Market is open weekly on Saturdays from 9 am–2 pm. Local farmers, crafters, artisans and hot food vendors sell local, organic produce, fish, meats, baked goods, preserves, roasted coffee, specialty teas and more. Online ordering is also available through the CFM2GO online marketplace at cfm2go.localfoodmarketplace.com. 100 Belvedere Ave, Charlottetown. charlottetownfarmersmarket.com

Downtown Farmers Market

The Downtown Farmers Market on lower Queen Street in Charlottetown is open weekly on Sundays from 11 am–4 pm until September 26. More than 70 local vendors sell products such as fresh local produce, preserves, ethnic and Canadian food service, baked goods, handmade soap and body products, wood work, knitting, hooked rugs, jewelry, artwork, gift ideas, pottery and more. Queen Street is closed between Grafton and Dorchester Streets during market hours.

Murray Harbour Farmers Market

The Murray Harbour Farmers Market is open weekly on Saturdays, 9 am–12 noon, from July 3–October 9 at the Murray Harbour Community Centre. The small market features a variety of products ranging from baked goods to professional paintings—all locally created, made and grown. Interact with the local artisans and residents. As an added bonus, each week visitors are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities that showcase the area’s history, culinary delights, culture, people and industries—the best they have to offer. Follow on Facebook for weekly activities and offerings. Main St, Murray Harbour.

Summerside Farmers Market

Find local produce, baked goods, meat, fish, prepared food, cheese, artisans and more at the Summerside Farmers Market. Open weekly on Saturdays from 9 am–1 pm at 250 Water St, Summerside.

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Charlottetown Flea Market

The Charlottetown Flea Market is open weekly on Sundays from 9 am–2 pm at the Charlottetown Seaport. Why choose to thrift? Giving a used item new life rescues it from the landfill by keeping it in circulation. Then, donate it again for someone else to find and love. Find baked goods, vintage finds, antiques, plants, collectibles, Avon products, knitting, furniture, clothing, vinyl records, jewelry, Indigenous crafts and collectibles, wood working, fresh pretzels and more. Take a stroll through the Flea Market and enjoy the the Charlottetown waterfront. Follow on Facebook for updates. 1 Weymouth Street, Charlottetown.

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