OUR COVID-19 PLAN
We are following guidance of the federal, provincial, and local authorities for our operation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Saskatoon Farmers' Market re-opened on May 23rd and is operating again as an traditional-format farmers' market on Saturdays and Sundays at Koyl Avenue.
Our Koyl Avenue market is indoors and outdoors (weather permitting). We limit the number of customers, control access and flow, have extra space and poly partitions between vendors, maintain a rigorous cleaning schedule, and effective October 1st, we require that vendors and staff wear masks (indoors) during market.
We ask that you as a customer be diligent in pre-screening before you attend market, and when you are here that you maintain proper social distancing, make use of the hand sanitizer through out the building, not consume food or drink on site, and follow the directional signage. Effective November 1st our customers will be asked to wear masks indoors as well.
For those who are curious, here is our latest procedure for operations during the pandemic: SFM Procedures – COVID-19 Pandemic Response - 29 September 2020 Version 3.0
Please follow our social media @stoonfarmersmkt for updates or email if you have specific questions. Note that the staff are working from home on many days and the office phone may not be answered.
Stay safe out there!
The Saskatoon Farmers' Market is a member-owned, non-profit cooperative that has been running since 1975. Our year-round market connects Saskatoon residents and visitors with the producers of high quality & local agricultural products, baking, prepared foods, crafts, and diverse goods.
Saturday 8am-2pm | Sunday 10am-3pm
2600 Koyl Avenue, Saskatoon SK, S7L 5X9
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Our vendor list changes seasonally and is updated frequently to provide you with the most current information for your shopping needs.
Since 1975, Saskatoon Farmers’ Market vendors Make It, Bake It, Gather It, or Grow It for everything they sell.
"I’ve been coming to the Farmers Market since I was a little kid. It’s still the best place to pick up local food and produce. I have so many treasures around my house from there"