We respectfully acknowledge that the land we gather on is on the Unceded traditional territory of the K’ómoks First Nation, the traditional keepers of this land.
Starting OCTOBER 16, 2021, we will be moving indoors to the Native Sons Hall (360 Cliffe Avenue) in downtown Courtenay. Our hours will remain the same (9 AM -1 PM).
Phase 3 BC’s Restart Plan and Farmers’ Market
Now that we have entered Stage 3 of BC’s Restart Plan we wanted to take a moment to let you know what changes will be coming to all of our markets starting Saturday July 3, 2021. The transition back to where we were before the pandemic will not happen overnight. Change will happen gradually over the next month or two. We will be working with Vancouver Island Health, City of Courtenay, CVRD and other stake holders to ensure that we are operating in the safest possible manner. Thank you in advance for your patience as we work our way through this process.
Click here to find out more details.
Welcome to our new Online Farmers’ Market.
This online platform is meant to compliment our “on the ground” farmers market, not replace it.
During COVID-19 our online market is especially important to keep the residents of the Comox Valley and beyond supplied with fresh, local and nutritionally dense food. Although our store is operational, we are still working with vendors to make sure all your favorite products are available.
Please be patient as we bring our vendors and their products on board and work out some kinks such as delivery locations and dates. As we make changes, we will keep you updated. If the product you are looking for is not available in the Online Store contact the vendor directly to make other arrangements. Vendor contact information is located HERE. Happy Shopping!
We have a variety of markets throughout the year in different locations in Courtenay and Cumberland including a year-round Saturday market and seasonal summer markets. Each of these markets offers customers an unique experience.
Looking for a vendor? Want to donate to our New Farmer Bursary Fund? Need a bag? Need Market Tokens? Lost something? Have a suggestion? Please let us know. The Market staff and volunteers can help you; they are located at the market tent which is located near the musician stage.
Vendor Location Maps
Want to know where your favourite vendor is located? Check out our location maps below. You can click on the vendor location dot and find out more information about that specific vendor. Note that these maps are linked to another program that is used to create the vendor location information and is automatically updated to the website at various times though the process and as a result you may not be viewing the map the represents the vendors that will actually be at the market. The final map will be active by 5 pm the night before the market so you will have time to plan out your market day. Happy Shopping!
This is our biggest and longest running market. In the peak of the summer season we can have seventy plus vendors. View the vendor location map before you come to the market to find out which vendors will be there.
Wednesday Market (Courtenay)
DONE FOR THE SEASON! SEE YOU IN 2022
3 PM-6 PM June 16, 2021 to September 1, 2021
England Avenue (5th Street at England Avenue)
Our mid-week market was started in 1997 to give farmers another venue to sell their crops that needed to be harvested during the week. This market has changed location and hours several times since it started but is currently located in Downtown Courtenay. This year we are partnering with the Comox Valley Arts Council and the Downtown Courtenay Business Improvement Association to run the Downtown Courtenay Summer Street Market. View the vendor location map before you come to the market to find out which vendors will be there.
Sunday Market (Cumberland)
10 AM–1 PM June 19, 2021 to September 12, 2021
Village Square Cumberland
DONE FOR THE SEASON! SEE YOU IN 2022
Our newest market started in 2016 in a green space right on the main street in a green space between the Cumberland Village Bakery and the Wandering Moose Café on Dunsmuir Avenue. There are approximately eleven to fifteen weekly vendors with great variety of veggies and fruit, meat, pies, hemp snacks and hempscream, healthy body products, mushrooms, wine and so much more. View the vendor location map before you come to the market to find out which vendors will be there.