Starting into its 6th season, Centro Market is Burlington Downtown’s food focused farmer’s market, established with the goal of fostering community while connecting people with fresh healthy food and to the wonderful folks that grow and produce it in our area.
EVERY SUNDAY 9AM TO 12PM — MAY 14th ’TIL MID OCTOBER
UPDATE: The market opens Mother’s Day May 14th!. Can’t wait to see all everyone for our 6th season.
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The Centro Farmer’s Market is located in Burlington Downtown behind Centro Garden. MAP
Read our vendor’s profiles from our home page: http://market.centrogarden.com
Wandering Locavore — Farm Made preserves, Local region Cheeses & charcuterie — i/ @Wanderlocavore
Vandenbroek Farms — Local Farm Vegetables & Fruit — @Vandenbroekfrms
Thimbleberry Farm — Blackberry Bob — Local Farm Fruit & Preserves & Burlington’s Deerfield Farm maple Syrup
Tamp Coffee Co. — Seriously well considered coffee — i/ @TampCoffeeCo
Southpaw Meats — Local Ontario Meats
Gibbs Honey — Dundas Honey — i/ @gibbshoney
Remi’s Lemonade Parkade — Serving his Tea Fox Bev. Co. all natural home steeped tea fruit and botanical lemonade’s
Dez’ Flower Stand of Justice — hyper local fresh cut flowers
Mindful Kitchen — Plant-Based ready prepared snacks — f/ mindfullkitchen
Eastern Woodlands Trading — Burlington Farm growing Micro Greens and Salad Mixes and dressings — @EasternWoodlandsTrading
Check the vendor’s schedule, social feeds or notices to see when our casual visiting vendors will be at the market.
On a Branch Soaps — TBD
Allin Mikuna Organic Soups — All natural organic dried soups. — web/ http://allinmikuna.com
Lavender Liam — TBD
437 Brant Street, Burlington Downtown
In Centro Garden Parking, off John Street.
We’re always looking for healthy local food focused vendors that understand the goals of community markets and the importance of connecting people with their food and the great people who produce it.
Send us an email if you are interested in becoming a full time or casual vendor. Please make it easy for us and include a complete description of the who, what, why, where and when of your food or product and include weblinks, social links and even images please.
Centro Farm Market — Overview
Starting it’s 6th season, Burlington Downtown’s farmers market was started by downtown residents Leslie Akse and Barry Imber along with their friend Jason Pepetone, owner of Centro Garden.
The goal was to make a space for the community to share in a love for farm to market food and the people who produce it as well as to fulfil the need for a place for people of all ages and economics to relax in a friendly community first atmosphere.
The market was truly created by community people to fill the void of a missing community market and gathering place; a desire we all had to enjoy our downtown more.
This market is not a commercial marketing endeavour or business venture, rather the Centro Market is run by generous volunteers and is graciously supported by donations from Centro Garden, Barry and Leslie and friends as well as the Burlington Downtown Business Association. So this is truly Burlington’s community market.
This well intentioned ethos has lead to it’s success in becoming a part of our community’s heart for which we are proud and grateful of your participation and support of our vendors.
We look forward to seeing you here.
Centro Farmer’s Market in Burlington Downtown focuses on bringing locally grown and produced food and their producers to an easy going environment in the downtown core.
We look for food producers that share in our vision of real, simple, honest food as a critical piece to a healthy lifestyle. Vendors at the Centro Market bring goods that are therefore either organic, sustainably grown, unprocessed or basic in processing and sustainably packaged where possible.
Non food vendors bring locally made goods that have a connection to farming by ingredients such as soaps made from local botanicals and oils or flowers grown in farm country or in area gardens.
Currently there are roughly 14 full time vendors and 6 casual visiting vendors that dot the calendar through the summer.
The market also hosts chefs, mobile kitchens and children’s workshops through the season to further generate interest and excitement around local food. These participants are carefully chosen for their shared interests and philosophies on building community and supporting local food production.