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St. Jacobs Farmers' Market and Flea Market


St. Jacobs Farmers' Market and Flea Market

878 Weber St. N., Waterloo, ON  N2J 4A9
1-800-265-3353

Welcome to St. Jacobs Farmers' Market, a perfect place to stay calm enjoying your leisure time eating, shopping and playing in Ontario, Canada. Rural, yet with all facilities of modern life. Over 600 vendors indoors and out. Fresh meats, cheeses, produce, baking, local crafts. Kiddie rides, animals, picnic areas and farm tours. Thur. & Sat., year round; Jun.-Aug., Tue., 8am-3:30pm. Coming soon: Sun. outdoor market.

Located in Waterloo Region, west of Toronto and within an hour and a half of Niagara Falls, this area is renowned for Canada’s largest year round Farmers Market and the charming Village of St Jacobs.

Every week, hundreds of vendors bring you Ontario's farm-fresh foods, ready-to-eat foods, crafts and imported goods.

Email:  markets@stjacobs.com
Website:  www.stjacobs.com

 

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