Port Rowan Farmers' Market
Now OPEN!

Every Friday 3 to 6 pm

at the Port Rowan Harbour

Online ordering & Curbside pickup also available

Port Rowan Farmers' Market
Join Us!

Every Friday 3 to 6 pm

at the Port Rowan Harbour

June thru Thanksgiving

Enjoy the scenery of the Port Rowan Harbour while you shop for best products from our local farms and artisans!

The Port Rowan Farmers’ Market is NOW OPEN, with COVID restrictions in place, for in-person shopping on Fridays at the Harbour.   These restrictions include: limited entry at a time, one-way traffic, social distancing at all times, one-customer per vendor at a time, and no-touching of products before purchase.  We ask that your respect these rules for the safety of yourself and others and to ensure the market remains open. Please do not come if you feel ill, have recently traveled or been in contact with someone with Covid.  If possible, please have only one person shop per household, consider coming later in the afternoon to avoid crowds, and keep your visit brief.  

For those who prefer to order online and pick-up you can still shop online Mon – Wed. for curbside pick-up Friday.  Please note the pick-up time will be 4 – 5:30 pm on Fridays. 

Market customers can pre-order and pre-pay for their favourite market products at

https://openfoodnetwork.ca/port-rowan-farmers-market/shop

For pasture chicken, eggs and local cheese from Orange Door Acres please go directly to their site at

https://orangedooracres.ca/shop/

Follow the link below to find out more about this year’s Vendors!  THANK YOU for supporting local!

Located at the Lions Pavilion in the Port Rowan Harbour

Top reasons to shop at the Farmers' Market

Flavour

Local food is the freshest you can get!  Fresh foods usually taste better and are more nutritious.  Local foods also offer more variety and unique flavours.  

Community

Great way to know where your food comes from and support farmers and producers directly. Dollars spent stay circulating in the local economy and have a greater impact.

Environment

Small-scale farms are more diverse and require less synthetic inputs, which is good for the soil and biodiversity.  Also, less food miles means less fossil fuels.  

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