Want to be a Vendor?
If you are someone who lives in within 50km of Carleton Place and who makes, bakes or grows their own local product then you would meet the criteria for selling at the Carleton Place Farmers’ Market. To find out more, visit our Become a Vendor page.
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Want to Volunteer?
Volunteers are the heart of our market and represent the face of the market to the community. The y are responsible for setting up and tearing down the market each week and provide general assistance to our vendors and visitors. Volunteers also help collect valuable market research, answers inquiries from the public and help with demos and special events.
Carleton Place Farmer’s Market requires volunteers to work 5-hour shifts on market days and we request a minimum commitment of 2 shifts per season.
Save a Horse and Ride a Tractor — Artisan’s Day!
Come get to know our farmer’s each week beginning May 14th who will remember what you enjoy, and are always happy to recommend something new.
Sorry ladies, the ‘eyecandy’ that is featured in my photo above is not at our Carleton Place Farmer’s market. BUT, he was at a Lanark County Plowing Match, and to me he represents the image of farming the land of Lanark County and the youth which must carry on the traditions.
The Carleton Place Farmer’s Market is giving you MORE reasons to shop locally.
Artisan’s Day will be on the first of every month. What the heck is an artisan? That would be someone that makes things by hand. Artisans are impelled to make things. They get restless if they do not create something tangible. It is their nature to produce physical objects. They generate an idea, and from within themselves they spew it out into material reality. They take the raw material in their hands and fashion it into things of beauty or function.
So if you make interesting and beautiful things– come sell at the Carleton Place Farmer’s Market and share with the rest of Lanark County. We would love to have you!