Le Marché St. Norbert Farmers Market is a non-profit co-operative dedicated to providing market opportunities to those who make, bake or grow their own product. With our commitment to providing this opportunity at a low fee, virtually any small business can afford to participate in the market. We make an excellent testing ground for budding entrepreneurs. With as many as 10,000 people browsing the market wares on a sunny Saturday, vendors have a receptive audience for their new products. A constant stream of budding entrepreneurs makes every weekend a new experience for visitors!
Note: Only those who “make, bake, and/or grow” their own product may sell at our market. We do not allow re-sellers or franchises to sell at our market.
Becoming a Vendor:
Applications for the 2017 fall and winter and 2018 winter are now closed. Please watch our site for spring 2018 applications.
All new vendors are required to start as a vendor at our Wednesday market, which runs from May 25 to September 28, 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. New vendors must:
- Read this New Vendor Information document:
2016 New Vendor Information
- Read and Understand our Information and Rules Document:
Market Rules and Regulations May 2016
- Our “Make it, bake it, grow it” Inspection Guidelines
Inspection Guidelines 2016 to Present
- Understand Provincial Requirements for selling at a Farmers’ Market:
For more information about becoming a vendor, please contact Marie at 204 275 8349 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Electrical Usage Guidelines: Download .pdf
“Meet The Vendor” in our first ever St. Norbert Farmers’ Market cooking video!
Meet Randy and Solange from Seine River Shepherds. Along with their son Mitch, they tend a 200 acre sheep farm located along the Seine River, just east of the village of Ste. Anne. Their flock of ewes is carefully selected to provide both premium quality market lambs and superior, award winning wool.
They sell their lamb, and beautiful felted wool products at the market all year.