Sharing Information & Providing Entertainment
There is a community board inside the rinkhouse where notices can be posted, and information about events or issues which market-goers might like to be aware of can be sent to Anne@DufferinGroveMarket.ca for inclusion in our weekly market newsletter (deadline: noon on Wednesdays).
Space permitting, the market reserves one spot per week during the outdoor season for local not-for-profit groups to share information about food and farming, environmental sustainability and/or community issues (one visit per group per year). Anyone interested in using this spot is asked to write ahead so we can coordinate requests. Note that fundraising is not permitted.
Musicians are welcome to email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about dates to play.
Please don’t use the market as a place to distribute flyers or set up without communication in advance. Thanks for your co-operation.
Applying to Vend
We always maintain a balance of over half farms on our vendor list, and anyone who applies to be a vendor must be directly involved in growing, raising or making the products offered for sale. We do not accept applications to sell crafts or nutritional supplements, provide services or represent product lines. Our vendor turnover is low, but we are always interested in learning about local organic food ventures. If you are considering applying to sell at the market, please read our Vendor Guidelines, and then contact market coordinator Anne Freeman via email to Anne@DufferinGroveMarket.ca. Send a detailed description of your products and any additional information that will help us get acquainted with you and your venture.