Perth-Andover Farm Market
44 Legion Street Perth-Andover, NB E7H 2S8
Join the Perth-Andover Farmers Market at the Legion Curling Club, Saturday morning for: Home Cooking; Flowers; Fresh Farm Produce; Meat and Eggs; Crafts and Other Assorted Booths. Let us be a part of your Saturday morning experience and share the riches of the Upper Saint John and Tobique River Valleys.
Saturday 9 am-1 pm June-September
Take in the sights and delicious aromas at the Outdoor Summer Market…from farm-fresh produce, local meats, grains to homemade goods and so much more. Learn from some of the market’s most creative artisans as they showcase their craft with watch & learn demonstrations. Enjoy live entertainment and a variety of great food vendors.
Thursday 10 am-2 pm June-September
The market is located in Downtown Woodstock where the Meduxnekeag River meets the St. John River. Local vendors offers vegetables (in season), meats, cheese, eggs, dry beans, home baking, ready to eat foods, and a large selection of crafts.
Mon-Sat 10 am-4 pm & Fri 8 am-4 pm Open Year Around
Grafton Bridge Market
37 Clark Street Grafton, NB
Outdoor summer market located in front of O’Toole Gallery. Handmade crafts, baked goods, food vendors and produce.
Saturday 9:30 am-1 pm June-September
Blackies Farm Market
8814 Main Street Florenceville-Bristol, NB
What started as a backyard pastime has now become Blackies Veggies, a 12 acre farm producing top quality vegetables. ‘We grow everything we sell’, Every vegetable at the stand is grown on this farm and hand picked on a daily basis by the farmers themselves, ensuring freshness and best quality. The Blackies also raise sheep on their farm and have a Yarn Shop. In the fall, choose that special pumpkin from a huge display of hundreds of pumpkins, coming strait from their pumpkin patch.
Strawberry Hill Farm
7 Strawberry Hill Road, E7N 1S7
Strawberry Hill Farm products are raised organically with most products being certified organic. They believe that the fewer the chemicals used to grow our food the better from the point of view of our health, the health of our workers, the environment, and from the point of view of our many customers who enjoy the vegetables, berries, and other farm products.
Hilltop Market has fresh fruit and vegetables in season as well as Christmas trees and wreaths in November and greenhouse products in the spring. They grow the majority of vegetables sold at the market. There are two farms that come together to form the Hilltop Market and also buy many other local products from various local vendors to sell.