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Every Saturday of the summer from 9 to 12 p.m., the community gathers to enjoy breakfast, coffee, smoothies, baking, fresh vegetables, meat and crafts.
A Saturday morning year-round tradition for the past 60 years, the Fredericton market features a cornucopia of meats, vegetables, baking, ethnic foods, arts and crafts.
Saturday mornings, year-round. Regional community market with locally produced, environmentally friendly food and crafts. Banquet and event space available on site.
Open year round, Monday to Saturday. Vegetables, herbs, fruit, flowers, plants, eggs, home baking and crafts. Barbecue and coffee on Fridays.
Weekly Saturday morning market fostering the development of regional and environmentally friendly agriculture and crafts. A great place to meet local farmers and artisans and enjoy free activities.
Saturday mornings, May to October at the Bill Johnstone Memorial Park, and during cold months inside businesses on Bridge Street. Baked goods, coffee, ethnic foods, crafts and produce.
From end of June to beginning of September. The vibrant agricultural heritage of the Florenceville-Bristol region makes this outdoor market a popular summer spot.
Saturday mornings from mid-June to mid-September. Local products, produce, meats, poultry, baked goods, crafts, a canteen and live music on site.
Open air market in the south end of the beautiful Port City, a place where local farmers, food vendors and artists can showcase their offerings.
Monday to Saturday, open year round. Since 1876, country vendors, greengrocers, butchers, fish stalls, cafés, craftspeople sell their goods in this historical building.
Every Thursday, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., end of May thru September, Market Square. Local produce, ethnic foods, home baking & handcrafted items.
Saturday mornings, open year-round. Baked goods, farm produce, crafts, meat and eggs.
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