Feb – Dec; Saturday 9am-1pm
President: Carole Downey
The Tatamagouche Farmers’ Market provides a vibrant facility to support local farm products, crafts, baked goods, artisans and more. We welcomed over 25,000 visitors last year. Our new waterfront canopy will impress all visitors with a spectacular view of the Waugh River.
The market boasts 24 member businesses as well as another 25-30 vendors who display their products during the busy summer season or at special events throughout the year. Vendors offer a full array of products: seasonal vegetables, fruit, berries, baked goods, meats, prepared foods, breakfast dishes, fruit trees, soaps, jewellery, art and crafts, flowers, herbs, seedlings, eggs, honey, beeswax candles, handmade maple chocolates and maple syrup products.
The market also organizes special activities to highlight and display traditional crafts, hosts festivals such as the provincial blueberry festival and Canada Day, and provides workshops where children and adults can learn and practice candle making, soap making, spinning and preserving food.
One of the most important contributions the market makes to community life is a gathering place for residents and visitors alike. It’s ability to attract many guests compliments the features of the Heritage Centre and other local resources such as the Trans Canada Trial, which runs through the Creamery Square property.
41 Creamery Rd