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March 29th, 2013
March 29th, 2013

Sechelt Farmers Market - Opening March 30, 2013

Juried farmers & artisans from all over the Sechelt Peninsula sell the finest merchandise the Sunshine Coast has to offer.  With over 50 members and many vendors on-hand to fill extra space, the Sechelt Farmers' & Artisans' Market is the largest outdoor market on the Sunshine Coast. Operating rain or shine from April through the end of September, artists and produce growers from everywhere on the Sechelt Peninsula call this market "home" on Saturdays from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm.

Garden-fresh produce, unique art objects, First Nations art items, jewelry, fresh seafood, hand-blown glass, clothing, photography, stained glass, pottery, baked goods, plants, toys, herbals, self-published authors, knitting, crochet goods, sewing, leather goods, carving, handcrafted soap, a feng shui specialist, on-site massage and buskers are only some of the things you can find when you browse the Sechelt Farmers' & Artisans' Market.

Many of the artisans make things you won't find anywhere else, and you're bound to find the perfect gift for everybody on your list. The farmers and bakers rise extra-early on market day to bring you the freshest food items. The fishermen come home for the weekend, and the buskers tune up their instruments to make the time you spend at our market an enjoyable one.

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