Howdy neighbour! Thanks for finding us online. Welcome to our fourth delicious season in the hood! This year’s market runs from May 25 to October 26, every Sunday from 9am-2pm in Jonathan Ashbridge Park. Please browse our site for more info. We should have (almost) everything you need here.[br]
It’s the last market Sunday of the season, but you’ll still find a variety of fresh, locally grown produce: garlic, basil, parsley, kale, arugula, spinach, bok choi, eggplant, daikon, sprouts, cabbage, tomatillos, salad greens, carrots, mushrooms, beets, potatoes, onions, Swiss chard, zucchini, hot peppers, plums, apples, corn, pumpkin, butternut squash, and acorn squash.
We’re always looking for more passionate peeps to join us on & off site! We’re in our fourth season and we’ve built quite the family of volunteers and friends. So get in touch if this tickles your fancy, and get to know those who keep the market ticking.
Are you in a band? We’re looking for reggae, soul, motown, folk, rock or any kind of music that can get people tapping their toes and shaking their hips! If you think can spread some good vibes through our market then shoot us a message!
By fostering engagement and relationship among market goers and local environmentally responsible food producers, The Leslieville Farmers’ Market increases access to and awareness of local and seasonal food.
We want to help our neighbours buy their food directly from its source (and get to know them by name)! To learn something you never knew, from people you’ve never met. We want your taste buds to dance when you try a tomato that is so jam-packed with flavour, you’ll wonder what you were eating before. To savour amazing treats filled with ingredients even your toddler can pronounce. To take comfort in the fact that your organic salad greens did not come from California, 3513 km away, but 35 minutes North West of the 427. But most importantly we want to help grow a strong community around great health, people, environmental stewardship and food. A community which values the hard working men and women who provide us with some of the most delectable (and sustainably produced!) pleasures of life.