Have you Been to the Kelowna Farmer's & Crafters' Market Yet?

Posted by Justin Havre on Thursday, May 28th, 2015 at 11:44am.

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The Kelowna Farmer's & Crafters' Market is now in its 20th year. This outdoor market opened for the season on April 1, 2015 and will remain open until November 14th, 2015. It is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 8am to 1pm.

This particular farmer's market is a huge part of the Kelowna culture and is considered to be one of the largest in all of BC. Here you will find close to 200 vendors showcasing what the Okanagan Valley has to offer. You will find everything from meats, fruits, and vegetables grown locally, to homemade goods , jewellery and so much more.

What will you Find at the Market?

If you are looking for a great place to stock up on all your favourite fruits and vegetables, head on down to the outdoor market. It is located right on the corner of Dilworth and Springfield.

Besides fresh produce, you will also find a host of events and activities that take place at the outdoor market. During the summer months you can enjoy the Father's Day festival, the 20th birthday celebration, Canada Day festival, Cherry festival, Kids' festival, Corn festival, Farmers' appreciation week, Harvest festival, Oktoberfest, Pumpkin festival, Apple Daze, and the Halloween market.

There is a good time to be had by all who visit the Kelowna Farmer's & Crafters' Market. Please know no animals of any kind are allowed at the market. There is also an ATM on site for those who forget to bring cash. It is located at the red market information booth.

As you can imagine, hundreds of people flock to the outdoor market every week. If you can, get there early. You can find parking at the Orchard Park Mall or the SPCA which is right off of Springfield.

If you would like to learn more about the Kelowna Farmer's & Crafters' Market please visit their website at http://www.kelownafarmersandcraftersmarket.com.

Justin Havre

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