Our 2021 season is over. See you all May 2022!
Here are the faces of our 2021 volunteers who gave their time to market operations. Big love to them. Special shout out to the spectacular volunteer coordinator/wrangler Tory Healy who had her work cut out for her.
We are now officially in hibernation mode. Inquiries must be via this website contact page, it is the best first mode of contact. Please use the appropriate form.
Massive thank you our dedicated & hard core vendors. They held the fort & towed the crazy line during the past 2 years to bring the community honest food each and every week – rain or shine. Connect directly with our 2021 vendors to inquire about any off-season support sales link here Market Purveyors
Gratitude to our fantastic patrons – you know who you all are xo – for your continued support and making the market the success that it is. Upside of COVID operations and controlled entrance/exit, we got a head counts: 25, 188 people entered and 24,976 were counted out. Doing the math and there’s 212 lost souls remaining at the location, lol. Maybe they’re going to over winter at the location and miraculously show up next year? Actually, the number have to be taken with a grain of salt. Small inaccuracies and we couldn’t catch the people that breeched the soft barrier, in and out!
Please support year found farmers’ markets. Connect with them directly for details: links below!
Our mandate is to support and increase access to fresh, local, sustainable, naturally grown and certified organic agriculture during the Ontario growing season. To educate the community in the food they eat, the source from which it comes and how it is grown and/or prepared. Trinity is farmer focused, favours slow food, not fast food and eating at hearth and home. The market is operated by community volunteers. Human food only, no craft or services.
Operates during the Ontario growing season, May to October, every Tuesday (rain or shine) from 3pm- 7pm – no earlier/no later. Dundas & Shaw at the northwest end of Trinity Bellwoods Park.
The line up has been curated for variety based on our mandate. The market is pleased to offer the neighbourhood the freshest, local and seasonal ingredients to cook at home and hearth. There are also artisan prepared foods for those days you are not able to be so ‘slow-food’ and a rotating choice VQA wineries/cider for take home. Enjoy and thank you for your patronage.