With the support of the community, our volunteer group have established, since 2016, a seasonal gathering space to connect Spryfield and our neighbours to locally grown food and products. The bi-weekly market offers a convenient place to purchase fresh farm produce, meat, eggs, locally baked goods, prepared food and crafted items. This gathering is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy a coffee, be entertained by local musician and shop local. Meet an old friends or make new ones. You will be thrilled to take part in this vibrant community.
Where to find us?
Saint-Paul United Church
173 Old Sambro Rd (Corner Sussex St.)
May 26, June 9-23, July 7-21, Aug 4-18, Sept 1-15-29, Oct 13-27
From 12pm to 3pm
Bus # 14 (Leiblin Park), Free Parking
Market Token Program
“Everyone Deserves to Eat Great Food”
The Spryfield Farmers Market has moved to St. Paul’s United Church, 173 Old Sambro Rd corner Sussex Rd. We are so happy for our new home to take place in this vibrant community and we want to pay it forward. Want to join us in taking a step towards equality? We believe that everyone deserves access to locally grown food. We want you to come along in this innovative journey into making a difference. Our tokens will be easy to buy with debit or credit cards and used as cash in the Market’s space. We want your help to donate these token to the individuals and family from our community who needs it most.
The Family Resources Institute (FRI) is a community outreach program initiated by members of St. Paul's United Church in 1985. FRI offers ongoing programs aimed at helping build healthier communities. The Food Bank at St. Paul's United Church offer anonymous service and welcomes everyone. Their mission is to help these individuals until they are self-sustaining.
Your donation will not pay for administrative or start up costs. Your donation will fund the market tokens that will support people in need. You will receive a charitable donation receipt for your donation. Please help us remove stigma and welcome everyone to the Spryfield Farmers Market.
Shane Gerrits of Odds and Herbs will be providing spray free vegetables and herbs, transplants, as well as worm farms from his property in Canning, NS.
Mount Denson Blueberries offers berries grown on the sunny slopes of the Avon River, near Hantsport and Windsor in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia.
Zettie Williams will bring homemade breads, biscuit, bannock, fudge, and other delicious baked goods to the market.
A mother-daughter team who make yoga bags, meditation cushions art, and good food and reusable food wraps.
Josh Oulton & Patricia Bishop, owners of Taproot Farms, grow crops using Regenerative Agriculture methods. Their motivation to farm organically is caring for the earth. For them, organic farming is the best way to protect our environment while feeding communities. During the season, they will bring to the market a wide selection of seasonal fruits and veggies such as: Apples, beans, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, garlic, greens, potatoes, squashes, tomatoes and much more.
Lauren Chisholm, from Harrietsfield, offers delicious baked goods. Her tasty treats will melt in your mouth.
Stephanie Goudreault, from Blissful CBD, believe that Anxiety, Chronic Pain & Poor Sleep can be relieved in the utmost natural way. Her mission is to help people ease discomfort and thrive in their daily lives without the use of artificial substances by providing a quality, safe and natural products. Come get her bath bomb!
Nomad Gourmet is a food truck which offers health-conscious meals to hungry Haligonians on the go. They serve restaurant quality fusion cuisine at a fast pace and a decent price. Nomad Gourmet utilize environmentally friendly, compostable packaging for all of it's products. Stay tuned as their menu will shift to offer the freshest ingredients available. Their focus is Fresh and Local!
Tracy Thanh’s Flowers are handcrafted, petal by petal, and then assembled into a vibrant, visually appealing finished product. The fabric flowers are made out of wedding veil material giving them a gentle, yet durable texture. These arrangements will last forever and require zero maintenance making them the perfect gift for anyone and any occasion.
Jill Sinclair, from The Fugly Soap Co, create beautiful handmade cold process soaps from high quality oils. They offer shampoo bars, shave bars, and raw-milk soaps. These bars are made from goat's milk sourced from a local producer who hand milks her own goats. They also produce a great coconut milk soap for all of our vegan friends!
Peter and Sarah Eastwood, from Eastwood Pottery, create beautiful pieces of pottery for everyday use. When you hold one of their handmade pieces, you get to slow down and savour the ordinary. All their food safe, dishwasher and microwave safe glazes are custom hand made in their Halifax studio.