Local producers will once again set up their tents and pile their tables high with delicious and nutritious products, every Wednesday this summer.
During the pandemic, it’s become very clear just how important it is to reinforce our community ties – and eating fresh, local food is is an added bonus! Supporting local farmers is essential for our food security, particularly so in rural areas where almost every dollar spent goes back into the community.
Every Wednesday from May 19th to October 20th, Dalhousie st. in Huntingdon’s Prince-Parc will be lined with brightly-coloured kiosks full of local food and artisanal goods, from 3pm to 6pm. Social distancing and sanitary measures will be in place for everyone’s safety.
Interested producers should sign-up immediately at the link below to take advantage of a 20% season rebate before May 10th.
Producers and artisans, sign-up now for the one of the biggest Christmas markets outside of Montreal. Back for a 12th year at the Ormstown Rec Center, this authentic event happening December 1st, 2019 is a definite must on the pre-Christmas calendar. Sign-up early to reserve your space.
The Huntingdon County Farmers’ Market is proud to announce a new series of 5 Winter Markets!
Winter markets are few and far between across Quebec, and interest has been building for several years, so we’re happy to take on a more important role to respond to the demand. This year the new Howick market (March 31st) will allow residents of Ste-Martine, Mercier and even Châteauguay to shop directly from local farmers and artisans just a few minutes from home, in the middle of winter no less!
All markets will be from 10a.m. to 4 p.m. – free entry and on-location food service!
February 10th, Valentines Day: Saint-Chrysostome, at the salle communautaire, 400 rang st-Antoine
March 10th, Saint-Patrick’s Day: Huntingdon, at Saint-Joseph’s Parish Hall, 13 York st.
March 31st, Spring celebration: Howick / Très-Saint-Sacrement Town Hall, 1180 rte. 203
April 14th, Easter: Ormstown Rec Center, 87 Roy st.
May 5th, Mothers Day: Huntingdon, at the Centre d’hébergement, 123, Châteauguay st.
To sign up as a producer or artisan, please download the form Here
Producers and artisans of the Haut-Saint-Laurent and beyond: It’s time to register for the annual Christmas Market!
A tradition for locals and considerable draw for visitors from the Montreal area, the Ormstown Christmas market brings together close to 40 of the best exhibitors around, offering just about everything you need for a unique Christmas experience.
To register please download the form below and mail with your payment before October 15th to reserve your space.
Savour fresh local products direct from the producers while sipping a glass of wine or a craft beer, all while listening to the music of chansonnier Pierre Lachance under the big trees in Prince Arthur Parc.
Come to the summer-season launch of the Huntingdon County Farmers’ market, fill up your grocery bag with local flare and a few free trees fro the CRRC to top it all off!
Don’t miss it, 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. every Wednesday until October 24th.
There will be even more to taste, see and do at the market this summer, starting May 23rd and every Wednesday thereafter until October 24th.
Come taste the quality, diversity and freshness of the Chateauguay Valley and shop directly from the producers themselves!
New producers this year include a winery (Vignoble Montpetit), mushrooms (Les jardins de Marie), local coffee and sweet spreads (La Maison Piol), lamb (Les petits cailloux), and kid’s clothing that grows with your child.
And don’t miss our monthly festive Cinq à septs du Marché featuring local and artisanal wines, ciders and beers. The May 23rd launch will feature the first Cinq a sept as well as Pierre Lachance on the guitar and the CRRC’s annual tree giveaway!
Don’t miss the market every Wednesday starting May 23rd!
The Winter Markets are back, and we’re adding a bonus market for good measure! Four markets to satisfy your appetite for locally-made, farm and artisanal goods: Saint-Chrysostome February 11th for Valentines Day ; Huntingdon March 11th for Sugaring Off ; Ormstown April 8th for Spring Fling at the Rec Centre ; and all new this year, a 2nd Ormstown market May 6th for Mother’s Day at the Centre d’hébergement behind the Barry Memorial hospital.
Your favourite farmers and artisans will be on hand – come savour the quality and diversity of the Valley and surrounding regions.
The Huntingdon County Farmers’ Market producers will set up shop at the Ormstown Fairgrounds Saturday June 10th from noon to 6pm!
Discussions about a partnership began in 2016, when the market participated in the parade and several producers donated produce and meat for the Taste of the Valley café. It was clear however that the region’s premier agricultural fair and it’s one and only farmers’ market should join forces to offer a unique experience to festival goers.
Therefore this year, visitors to the fair will be able to get their hands on some of the freshest and best quality food and artisanal goods from the Chateauguay Valley, while meeting the producers in person.
Producers will, of course, continue the tradition of donating their products to the Taste of the Valley Café.
With this strengthened partnership, Expo Ormstown and the Huntigndon County Farmers’ Market are helping improve agricultural awareness, as well as improve access to local, high quality agricultural products.