Annual General Meeting

February 20, 2021 on Zoom - 1:00 PM

Hey market members, we’ll be having our Annual General Meeting on Zoom this year. 

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After registering, you will receive a confirmation email about joining the meeting. Please keep the confirmation email.


Market Manager Wanted

We have an opening for our Market Manager position. Application deadline is March 1o, 2021

Click here for details

We'll be back in May 8 to October 9, 2021

Mother's Day Weekend to Thanksgiving

Saturday Mornings, 8 am to 12 Noon
Sorrento Shoppers Plaza, 1240 Trans-Canada Highway
Ample Parking available – Leashed pets welcome

Angel Acres
Barista Bros Coffee
White Lake Organics
Russ Newby
Michelle's Dawg Waggin
Gerry Levesque
Beannie's Creations
Notch Hill Ogranics
ABR Krafts

Because of the extra efforts of customers and vendors we were able to have a successful summer bringing you the best in local food and craft in 2020. We are looking forward to another great market season in 2021.

Our community of local family farms, food producers, artisans and crafters will be back May 8 on the Mother’s Day Weekend!

The Mural Project

In 2019 we transformed our storage box into a mural for everyone to enjoy year round. Artist Brian MacIsaac did the design and was helped by a group of volunteer painters. The crew included: Quinne Kobayashi, Jerre Paquette, Darlene Duxbury, Brian MacIsaac, Erik Rozek, Rebecca Kneen and Melanie Geyer.

SVFM Mural Project

Sorrento Village Farmers' Market Mural.

SVFM Mural Project

Gord Schumi from Schumi's Shack attaching the "Sorrento Farmer's Market" signs onto the storage box one sweltering August afternoon.

SVFM Mural Project

Daytime painting: Quinne Kobayashi (co-market manager), Darlene Duxbury, Jerre Paquette, Melanie Geyer.

SVFM Mural Project

Quinne Kobayashi, Jerre Paquette, Darlene Duxbury, Brian MacIsaac and Melanie Geyer.

SVFM Mural Project

Volunteer Darlene Duxbury painting the first coat of the ram.

SVFM Mural Project

Brian MacIsaac and Melanie Geyer as it begins to rain.

SVFM Mural Project

Brian McIsaac

SVFM Mural Project

A few days before it rained shortly after painting and the carrots ran.

SVFM Mural Project

Brian MacIsaac, Erik Rozek, Quinne Kobayashi (on the ground) and Rebecca Kneen.

SVFM Mural Project

Nighttime mural outlining with a projector. Erik Rozek, Quinne Kobayashi and Rebecca Kneen.

SVFM Mural Project

The punk rebel look. Darlene Duxburry, Brian MacIssac (mural artist), Quinne Kobayashi, Erik Rozek and Rebecca Kneen.






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