All market days are from 3pm to 7pm rain or shine. See our full schedule.

Market Notes

Have you seen our new sandwich boards on the streets yet? Queen/Gorevale, Queen/Shaw and up at the market area. Community members Martha and Connor of, donated the plywood, paint and hardware to build these babies, four in total! So, you see there are many ways to contribute/volunteer with the market! Connor @GreeningHomes is an uber talented fella. Big huge thank you! Not to forget, Mike and Norine for helping me paint the background sunny yellow too!

Big thanks to Nadegé and County General for allowing us to store the signs locally when not in use on Tuesdays.

Market is always on TUESDAYS 3-7pm Rain or Shine
AT DUNDAS WEST & SHAW ST. (google 1053 Dundas West)
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VENDOR LINEUP IS FULL FOR 2014. Inquiries will not receive an immediate response. Thank you for your patience.

If anyone noticed, our winter was particularly hard and long this past. In response, produce is coming in a little slower this season. Some farmers are saying a few weeks. Please use our 'In Season' as a guide only, because climate change, is changing things up. Things are still good and there's plenty of food at the tables to bring home to the hearth!
Feast of Fields, our main fruit vendor, is looking to hire market help, different locations, various days. You must email the farmer, Laura Sabourin directly -
Interested in volunteering at market? Volunteering for the Farmers Market gives you the opportunity.....
• To learn where your food comes from
• Get to know some of the producers
• Discover local food and how to eat seasonally
• Join a dedicated group of volunteers who care about what they eat & enjoy some outdoor park time.

SHIFTS: help vendors load in 2pm to 3:30pm / help vendors load out 6:30pm to 7:45pm. The tasks vary, but there are also other ways to help outside of market days and market season. Drop us a line.

You may commit to any time frame that works best for you i.e. 1, 2 or 3 months at any point of season (which is May 6th to Oct. 28th) or the entire season. There is flexibility and we love to have your help. Email us,
Subscribe to our mailing list via the Friends of Trinity Bellwoods website, Aside from market emails, you'll get news about what's up in the park. Friends are also on twitter @FriendsofTriBel and be a friend on Facebook, Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park.

TBFM is an initiative of the Friends of Trinity Bellwoods Park,

In season

Apricots Apricots
Baked Goods Baked Goods
Beans Beans
Beets Beets
With Tops
Blueberries Blueberries
Bread Bread
Broccoli Broccoli
Cabbage Cabbage
Carrots Carrots
With Tops
Cauliflower Cauliflower
Cheese Cheese
Variety - Goat, Sheep
Cherries Cherries
Coffee Coffee
Currants Currants
Garlic Garlic
And 'scapes'
Greens, Salad Greens, Salad
Herbs Herbs
Honey Honey
Lettuce Lettuce
Meats Meats
Grass Fed. Beef, Pork, Lamb.
Mushrooms Mushrooms
Various I.e. Shitake, Oyster
Onions Onions
Peaches Peaches
Peas Peas
Plum Plum
Radicchio Radicchio
Radishes Radishes
Rapini Rapini
Raspberries Raspberries
Rhubarb Rhubarb
Spinach Spinach
Spring Fed Trout Spring Fed Trout
Swiss Chard Swiss Chard
Tomatoes Tomatoes
Variety, Heirloom, Field
Zucchini Zucchini
Yellow, Green, Patty-pans


Fresh Artisan Cheeses: goat, sheep, cow and buffalo; crackers and some Mennonite goodies. .. (More)
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Welcome to the Trinity Bellwoods Farmers Market website.

OUR MANDATE is to support and promote local, organic and sustainable agriculture. To educate the community in the food they eat, the source from which it comes and how it is grown and/or prepared. To increase community access to fresh locally grown produce, meats and dairy. We support slow food - gathering regional food, taking it home to cook, and eating your meal at hearth and home with your loved ones.

TBFM is a food-focused farmers' market proper. It's about supporting our local food farmers and producers. Participation is by invitation season to season. Prior to each season, market management extends invitations to renewing Vendors and potential new Vendors - if space availability permits - there's scant turnover. TBFM is a small community-based market and it is thoughtfully curated to keep it viable for all farmers/vendors. Which is one of the main points. It is a balancing act when it comes to maintaining the ratio between farmers and non-farmers mandated by the City/Board of Health and upholding our mandate.

Vendors cannot participate without prior approval or arrangement by management. Trinity is a food-focused farmers' market and do not consider non-food vendors.