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Arnprior Market

Last Market/Taste of the Valley September 30th 9 am – 2 pm on John Street North

Make sure to check out these other great activities taking place on Sundays:

  • The Arnprior & District Museum is open from 9 am – 4 pm, admission is by donation
  • The Arnprior & District Museum Sunday Kids program. Drop off your kids for some fun activities at the museum from 9 am – 11 am, cost is $7/per child.

If you are interested in becoming a vendor for Taste of the Valley Sept 30th please click here.

2018’s Seasonal Vendors

Arnprior Braeside McNab Seniors at Home

23 Programs provided for Seniors age 55 and over and for those with special needs, no matter the age. Programs designed so they can remain in their own homes for as long as possible. Selling preserves, 50/50 tickets, miscellaneous items and an annual bake sale.

 

Artprior

Local ladies brought together by the joy of making. Selling items such as Crochet knits, macrame, soap, jewelry and more!

 

Basswood Growers

seedlings, seasonal vegetables and garlic.

 

Bee Savvy Honey

Bee Savvy Honey is a young company from the town of Arnprior, nestled alongside the Ottawa river in Eastern Ontario. We are beekeepers and makers of all our products and pride ourselves on being involved in every step of the creative process from working with our bees while harvesting our honey and beeswax, to hand pouring each body balm and lotion bar.

In an effort to make a difference in the local food-to-table agricultural community, we promote the belief of collaboration before competition. We do everything in our power to help fellow growers, creators and entrepreneurs succeed through exposure, promotion and – most importantly – by sourcing many of our materials and ingredients from them.

Click here to visit their website.

 

Blair’s Maple Products

Beautiful 2018 maple syrup made with care in compliance with government regulations.

 

Black Walnut Worxx

Amulets and canvas featuring photography au natural from the beautiful Ottawa Valley, produced on canvas and canvas board. Black walnut amulets, rings and bracelets from local walnut trees, coconut amulets and much much more.

 

Blooms by Janice & Bear Butt Bath and Body 

Visit Blooms by Janice’s website here

Visit Bear Butt Bath and Body’s Facebook Page Here

 

Capital Valley Vinyl

Selling canvas prints, table clothes, signs, cups, decals and custom prints.

Click here to visit their website. 

 

Chridomar Gardens and Tasty Treats

A large variety of jams/jellies/pickled items/relishes/salsas along with some fresh vegetables and fruit.

 

Chrissy’s Creations

Knitting and felting

 

Corad Farms

Homegrown beef. Providing top quality steaks, roasts and ground beef.

Click here to visit their website. 

 

doTerra Essential Oils

Essential Oils

 

Farmhouse Soaporium

Homemade soap

 

Grandma Garrett’s Kitchen

Large assortment of pies, cakes, cookies, squares, tarts, biscuits and buns.

 

Hill Top Gardens

Janice and Claude are the owners of Hill Top Gardens, a certified organic market garden, nestled in the hills of the West Pontiac in Chichester, Quebec. We are committed to growing the best-tasting, healthiest organic produce possible. All the vegetables we sell are grown on our farm, following strict organic standards set by our certification association, Ecocert. We grow over 70 varieties of vegetables, including old-time favourites and specialities such as rainbow carrots, golden beets and fennel. We sell at the Pembroke and Arnprior markets, and offer delivered weekly baskets over the season.

Click here to visit their website.

 

Jean-Guy Clairoux – Producer

Freshly produced vegetables

 

JFJ

JFJ Canada is a manufacturer of Custom Specialized Gifts and Specialized Awards.

Click here to visit their website

 

Kings Creek Garlic Farm

Everything Garlic! Fresh garlic in season, jellys, powders, regular and black pickles, hot and regular garlic chips, and garlic scapes.

 

Kneebone Kids 

Children’s toys and glitter tattoos

Visit them on Facebook by clicking here

 

Limestone Acres Farm

A small hobby farm in Kinburn Ontario offering unpasteurized honey, seasonal produce, and a small array of farm crafts. Fresh chicken and duck eggs are also available for farmgate pickup.

Visit them on Facebook by clicking here. 

 

Lone Wolf Designs

Natural bath and beauty products, home and garden decor and candles

 

Long Lane Farm

We are a family owned, family run farm specializing in fresh, naturally raised produce, beef cattle, meat goats, meat poultry and laying hens.

Click here to visit their website

 

Lytle’s Organic Vegetables

Three generations of growing without the use of pesticides, fertilizers or chemicals. Natural goodness!

Visit them on Facebook by clicking here

 

Negi Indian Cuisine

Famous Indian street food and snacks like samosa, pakora,  and butter chicken.

 

Pampered Chef

Cooking/baking supplies.

 

Pickling Dixie

Homemade Preserves

 

Portshell Crafts

Birdhouses, microwave bowls & plate cozies, wooden products and knitted bears.

 

Sue’s Stitchery

Home-based sewing business selling hand smocked nightgowns, raggedy Anne Dolls, crocheted blankets, Knitted/Beaded vintage style purses, dog leash bag holders and other types of bags.

 

The Confectionist

 Homemade fudge

Click here to visit them on Facebook

 

Urban Valley Farm

At Urban Valley Farm we grow, harvest and deliver Microgreens right to you*. What are Microgreens? They are the young shoots (edible leaves) of vegetables and herbs such as pea, radish, basil, cabbage, broccoli, kale, cilantro sunflower and more! They are harvested a few weeks after germination and packed full of nutrients like vitamin C, E, K and beta carotenes. Excite your palette with their full flavour while adding nutritional value to your everyday meals.

Here at Urban Valley Farm, we also make farmers market creations such as pickles, jams, jellies & banana bread. We grow seasonal vegetables and have a small naturally grown apple orchard that we hope will produce some delicious apple inspired products in 2018!

Click here to visit them on Facebook

 

Wheat my grass

We supply the Arnprior and Braeside area with organically sourced wheatgrass products
which are available in convenient single-serving pots, full-sized 18-serving trays and pre-juiced frozen cubes.
All our products are a convenient and easy way to incorporate the wheatgrass “superfood” into your daily routine.
Our fresh pots are sometimes referred to as “cat grass” – something your cat and virtually any other pet may love just as much as you!

Click here to visit their website

 

Become a Market Vendor or Busker 

Vendors

Click Here for the Arnprior Taste of the Valley Vendor application form.  Please save the form to your computer and then open the saved file prior to filling the form out.

Market Season: Sunday, May 20th – Sunday, September 30th. 9 am – 2 pm
Costs:  $15 with your own Business Insurance, $40 with the extention of the Town’s Insurance

Any vendor selling consumable items must receive health unit approval prior to participating in the market. The Renfrew County Health Unity Special Event Food Vendor Application can be found here.

For a full list of Market Vendor License criteria and specification please see schedule VI in the Town’s Licensing By-Law

*All vendors must provide proof of General Liability Insurance, and name the Town as an additional insured. If a vendor does not currently have insurance they can purchase Facility User Insurance through the Town at a cost of $25/day.

For more information please contact the Market Coordinator Lindsay Wilson at lwilson@arnprior.ca

Buskers

Please e-mail lwilson@arnprior.ca by 9 am on the Friday prior to the market you wish to attend at the latest with information on what you do and what Sunday’s you would like to attend.