Welcome to the Pemberton Farmers’ Market Association!
We are looking forward to the 2018 Season with great anticipation. It is always a joy to see all our vendors, customers and friends returning and new people joining us in the beautiful Downtown Barn on Fridays. We have a few new ideas in the works for the coming season and will share them with you soon!
The 2018 Season runs June 1st to October 26th every Friday from 3:00 to 6:30 in the Barn.
The PFM Board is also pleased to be hosting the Pemberton Seedy Saturday again this year so mark your calendars for March 24th! Stay tuned here or on our facebook page (Pemberton Farmers Market) or on Instagram (@pembyfarmersmarket) for further details on Seedy Saturday.
Updated applications for the 2018 season will be ready by early March; vendor application due date is May 1, 2018.
See you soon!
For information about vending for our 2018 season, check out our vendors information & programs below.
Please contact our Market Manager to apply for the following programs:
PioneerProgram: Are you new to the Pemberton Farmers’ Market and wondering if our market is a good fit for you and your products? Try our new Pioneer Program, which offers one market date for free for first time vendors.
CommunityTable: The Pemberton Farmers’ Market believes in helping create a vibrant, strong, and inclusive community fabric. Community groups looking to further their outreach qualify for one free table per season at the market. In exchange we ask that you provide a craft or activity for the kids of the community to do (can be as simple as colouring pages!)
Local Artists: Similar to the Pioneer Program, if you are contemplating coming to the market to sell your artwork or connect to potential clients to further your art-based programs including visual and performing arts, you qualify for one free table per season. We encourage all vendors in this area to engage in live, interactive displays. For example, whittling while you sell your carvings, painting on site, etc. This is what you can bring to us while helping promote arts and culture in our communities.