In the Annapolis Valley, on Thursdays, there are two Markets.
One the Greenwood Farmers Market, or formally The Greenwood Mall Farmers Market, is located in the Greenwood Mall. Which allows us to incorporate a trip to the Mall, with a trip to the Market! The two coincide very well, with people who may not normally make a special trip to the Market, stopping by while visiting the Mall Merchants. Likewise, would be Market goers often take time to isit the Mall Merchants. Thus a harmonious blending of the Mall and Market Cultures that benefits both, and helps provide a unique shopping experience for shoppers.
View our Market Info Page for Photos & Further Info
The other Market, held on Thursday in the Annapolis Valley, is located in Berwick. The Berwick Farmers’ Market, which is held outdoor in the Green Space, at the Town Hall, which is also under the very well known Berwick Apple, which signifies Berwicks claim to fame as Nova Scotia’s Apple Capital. At the Market you will find a blend of smiling faces, crafts, collectibles, art, fruit, and vegetables, as well as Special entertainment for children with Kindermusik, and also a time for Moms! So Click Here for more info, and photos, of the Berwick Farmers Market.
See You at the Market!
According to ourvalley.ca the Annapolis Royal Farmers and Traders Market is the largest outdoor market in Nova Scotia.
From Fresh Produce and Locally Roasted Coffee, to Fine Art and Hand Made Crafts, the Annapolis Farmers & Traders Market is the place to be! As if this wasn’t enough the Market is topped off with Musical Entertainment!
After visiting the Market, spend some time in, and around, Annapolis Royal. Local Businesses provide a welcome change of pace from most Towns! Unique Shops, wonderful Cafes and Bistros, and local activities of historic proportions suitable for all sorts of family fun.
For more information on The Annapolis Royal Farmers & Traders Market be sure to see the Info and Photos on our Market Info Page
“See you at the Market!”
Ok, so three Markets to day! Two in Digby, and one in Bear River!
In Digby there’s the Digby Farmers’ Market and the Digby And Area Lions Club Market and they both offer a unique experience.
Today, in Bear River, is the Bear River Farmers & Artists Market and I believe that’s in the Park behind the Legion. Alternatively, it may be in the Green Lantern Building on the Digby side of Bear River. Either way, you’ll be able to see by the number of people gathered there!
Personally, I’m heading to Bear River, so…
“See You at the Market!”
No problem keeping busy and having fun today! Five Nova Scotia Markets and the 119th Bear River Cherry Carnival To Explore Today!
The Bear River Cherry Carnival is an all day event complete with Parade, Games, Activities, Vendors, and Food of all sorts! All located in beautiful Bear River, Nova Scotia.
Also in Bear River today is the Mill Yard Market located down by the River at Mill Yard Recreation.
Near by, The Annapolis Royal Farmers’ and Traders’ Market is taking place and may be the best place to begin our day,
Then, stop by the Digby and Area Lions Club Maret and the Digby Farmers Market and by the you’ll probably be faced with a decision!
Do you make the 30 minute drive and take in the Beliveau’s Cove Farmers Market or simply head to Bear River.
Of course, if Your coming from the Clare or Yarmouth regions, then it’ll make more sense for you to begin in Belliveau’s Cove!
Either way, it all makes for a great day out! A great supper in Bear River, and I hope to …
“See You at The Market”
Two Nova Scotia Markets To Explore Today!
One is over the Mountain, as they say, held at the Community Hall in Hampton, Nova Scotia on the beautiful Mina’s Basin. For more information Visit Nova Scotia Market Tours Market Info Page for the Hampton Community Hall Market
The other is the Middleton Farmers Market, which is held in the beautiful green space across from Town Hall in Middleton. For more information visit our Market Info Page for the Middleton Farmers Market
My suggestion,or what I like to do is plan to be in Hampton by about 11am and that gives me time to explore the Hampton Market and the Hampton area, including the Hampton Lighthouse and then still have time to head over to the Middleton Farmers Market.
“See you at the Market”