Squamish Farmers Market


May 1 - Oct 1


Location – 37996 Cleveland Avenue ( we will only be using Cleveland, no access via Loggers lane)

Time – 10am – 3pm – Saturday May 9th – October 31st

Who will be there – We will be operating as a ‘food only’ market to start. The vendors we will have: Farm – fruit, veggies, meat, eggs. Bakery – bread, pastries, sweet treats, prepaid foods and alcohol producers.

What is being sold – Fresh food (veggies, baked goods, meat, fruit, vegan cheese) pantry staples, pre-made meals, healthy snack, we will also have 2 food trucks at the market each week. We will also have a mix of different alcohol vendors, wine, spirits, cider & mead.



What We Are Doing for Your Safety

  • Social distancing – 6ft. (2 m) of space is to be maintained between market attendees at all times.
  • Stall spaces are reconfigured to ensure shoppers have plenty of space to select and purchase products.
  • Smaller collection of vendors will be operating.
  • We will be putting a capacity of 40 customers in at any one time.
  • Shoppers waiting in line at market entrance points, or at vendors stalls are asked to stand at 6ft. intervals.
  • Signage will be in place to direct shoppers to a single entrance and exit point.
  • Markets will be food only.
  • Some Vendors may only accept debit/credit cards only.
  • Increased number of hand washing/sanitizing stations will be in place throughout themarkets.
  • No product sampling of any kind.
  • No dogs or other animals are permitted in the market.

Do Your Part to Keep Farmers Markets Safe and Open

  • Stay home if you are feeling sick.
  • Observe social distancing – maintain 6ft. (2 m) of space from others at all times.
  • Limit market attendance to one person per household in order to reduce wait times for all shoppers.
  • Shop, don’t stop. Come prepared with a list of the items you need and limit your time in the market to essential food shopping only.
  • Wash hands frequently and thoroughly. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • Cough or sneeze into a tissue or into the crease of your elbow.
  • Avoid handling produce and food items you do not intend to buy. Wash your produce thoroughly.
  • Regularly wash your reusable produce and tote bags.



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