Wellington Farmers' Market
2014 Season Sign-up!
Different entertainers perform each Saturday, so expect an amazing mix of old county, jazz, folk, new country, rock n' roll, and everything in between. Visitors have been known to bring their own chairs, some have even broke out dancing!
Whatever your taste in tunes, the live music adds a great sense of life and joy to the market each day.
Advertising & Promotions
You work hard enough making your own product, leave the promotions to us! We have rack cards available throughout the County, posters in prime public locations, signage at the market, advertising within local newspapers, and active social media accounts.
We reach out to a wide variety of media outlets to get the word out, and to share information about our fabulous vendors.
Location, Location, Location!!!
Every seminar in marketing starts with LOCATION! And the location of the Wellington Farmers' Market is superb!
Hosted in the Wellington United Church parking lot, in the heart of Wellington, our market overlooks the shores of lake Ontario. We are located on the main street, across the road from the post office, and next to the picturesque Wellington park. A very high-traffic area.
Customers can make use of public washrooms, playground equipment, and picnic seating at the park, often stopping by the market when they walk their dogs, or take the kids out to play.
Sign-up now for early bird pricing
Sign-up for the season before April 15, and you'll receive early bird pricing of only $15 per week.
- The 2014 season is 22 consecutive Saturdays, and includes 5 high traffic long-weekends.
- A 50% deposit is due at signing, the remainder due by April 15. (Total price $330+HST)
- Cheques can be made out to County Markets.
Contact Louise for details.
Louise & David McFaul
in 2012 I responded to a need within the Community to create a farmers' market in Wellington. The success of the first year ensured that the market would continue to grow and prosper.
With the help of our children, Mallory & Seamus, we will continue to help build the County economy one booth at a time.