The Front Street Farmers’ Market is beautifully nestled along the Trent Severn Waterway at 67 Front St., in downtown Trenton. Visitors can find a wide variety of artisanal and produce vendors with products ranging from fruits, veggies, crafts to baked goods and more. Market hours are 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. every Wednesday and Saturday from May to October.
The Wednesday market begins the end of May.
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Meet the vendors
Aleeda makes and sells handmade signage and decorative pieces.
Anne makes jewellery, and other goods from Canadian sourced and repurposed materials.
Donna sells home-made jams and jellies, as well as fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, corn and asparagus.
Daniell is selling fresh produce and vegetables.
David and Sharon sell plants and fresh produce such as potatoes, zucchini and more.
Crystal sells handmade jewelry such as necklaces, rings, bracelets, earrings, and more.
Diane from Eskerridge Farm sells handmade children’s apparel using upcycled fabric.
Evelyn makes personalized pillows that are embroidered tapestry, or appliquéd as well as gnomes, quilts, and table toppers.
Garlick Goddess is a nutritious oil based dressing, made with crushed Ontario grown garlic, olive oil, and real parmesan cheese, among other real, simple and whole ingredients.
Megan, owner of Gingerbug Brewing Company, makes non-alcoholic Gingerbeer.
Dan and Elmer sell fresh-grown produce, vegetables, and plants
Cindy is selling Grass-fed beef and pastured pork.
Hilltop Farmgate offers locally-grown fresh fruit, vegetables, syrup and flowers.
Kimberley sells fresh cut flowers.
Michael sells homegrown fruits, vegetables, and greens from his garden in Brighton.
Lynn makes handmade shopping bags and charcuterie boards.
Amanda makes baked goods, baklava, makroud, and cookies.
Margaret makes homemade sweaters, mittens, socks, dishcloths and more.
Phil Lawrence is a local wildlife photographer
Retro Candy Co. is female-owned and operated business selling retro candy and handmade merchandise.
Sarah Louise Stitches offers crocheted plushies, hats, blankets, and other home/kitchen crocheted items.
Emmie makes handmade art & craft items (journals, weaving looms, macrame hangings, cards), handmade toys and handmade beeswax products.
Ashley offers a variety of home grown vegetables and herbs.
Desiree creates and sells pottery, small paintings, fresh and dried flowers.
Zack the owner of Wild Card Brewing Company brews, packages and sells delicious craft beer.
Nicole makes and sells bows/bowties, purses, wallets, badge reels, bookmarks, bracelets, earrings,hair clips, hand sanitizer holders, crowns and wands, wristlets, animal ears, beverage sleeves and more.
Sharon is selling handmade wood burnt art pieces.