2023 Summer Market at Kingston Farmers Market

Celebrate the season with us! Enjoy fresh produce, delightful workshops, and lively music throughout the summer.

Join us every Thursday from June 1st to October 12th for a unique summer experience.

Music & Workshops

Get ready to groove and learn! Our summer market features a fantastic lineup of live music and engaging workshops.

  • Live Music: Each Thursday, enjoy live performances from talented local musicians, showcasing a variety of genres.
  • Workshops: Participate in our interactive workshops, ranging from cooking demonstrations to gardening tips, and more. 

2023 Summer Vendors

Browse our vendor list below and start planning your visit to the Kingston Farmers Market. We can't wait to see you there!
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Sam & Paisley Treat Company, inspired by the nutritional needs of their pets, offers locally-sourced, one-ingredient dog treats that pet owners can trust. After discovering their dog Paisley’s food allergies, the owners embarked on a journey to create wholesome, allergy-friendly treats from quality Nova Scotian produce. Each product, free of confusing ingredients and packed with nutrition, mirrors the love and care you’d serve your own family, offering other pet parents a taste of Nova Scotia’s bounty in each bite.
Mushroom cultivation specialist, Sean Feeney, is bringing his Umami packed, locally grown, gourmet and medicinal mushrooms to market. “Real food for real people”
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Dancing Bun Farm, run by Ben and Ginette, offers a delightful array of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and baked treats crafted with love and care. Committed to natural farming practices and local sourcing, their no-dig/no-spray approach ensures high-quality, nutrient-dense produce for the community to enjoy.
Savor traditional Tunisian dishes with a contemporary twist from Easy Peasy Tunisian Foods, created by Hela who shares her culture and passion for cooking with Nova Scotia. Enjoy elegantly crafted hors d’oeuvres and catering services for private parties and local organizations, while celebrating her family’s integration into Canadian life.
Soft Suds Soapery offers a variety of handmade vegan soaps, crafted with simple ingredients. Each product embodies the creative passion of its owner, all wrapped with care to deliver a touch of luxury to your daily routine.
Discover Annapolis Valley Woodworks by Glenn Reid: Expertly crafted home items using local hardwoods. Find cutting boards, cheese boards, and more at the Kingston Farmers Market.
Twisted Whisk, owned by passionate home baker Danielle, brings a diverse range of meticulously crafted baked goods to the Kingston Farmer’s Market. From slow fermented sourdough breads to whimsical meringue lollipops and artistically decorated cakes, every item is a testament to Danielle’s unwavering commitment to quality and creativity. With every bake, Twisted Whisk delivers a unique culinary experience bound to captivate your taste buds.
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Mama Pita Food Trailer is a family-run venture offering the best of homemade Middle Eastern cuisine on the South Shore. Once restaurant owners, the husband and wife team shifted to a mobile food trailer, trading long indoor hours for the beauty of the outdoors. Renowned for their Shawarma and Falafel, Mama Pita takes pride in their from-scratch sauces and hand-cut fries, which pair perfectly with their array of pitas, salads, and newly introduced rice bowls. Each meal is a labor of love, bringing smiles through healthy, fresh food.
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At Noël & Co., twin sisters and best friends have come together to craft unique, handmade, small-batch gifts with a focus on sustainability. Specializing in hand-poured, wooden wick candles, they prioritize using only ethically sourced, sustainably harvested ingredients in their creations. With a range that is entirely vegan, cruelty-free, and free from phthalates and parabens, they offer classic, timeless products that are as kind to the planet as they are stylish. But their mission goes beyond providing high-quality, eco-friendly candles. With every purchase, Noël & Co. donates 2% to the Kidney Foundation, sharing their commitment to social responsibility with their customers.
Cards by Lesley is an expression of the creative spirit of Lesley Ashton, a designer and maker based in Annapolis County. She draws inspiration from her surroundings, animals, and everyday moments, transferring these into beautifully designed greeting cards and handcrafted jewelry. Her pieces are meticulously handcrafted, keeping the tradition of her 20-year long artistry alive. From whimsical watercolor and ink greeting cards to one-of-a-kind precious metal jewelry, Lesley’s creations are a celebration of the artist’s craftsmanship. Custom requests are always welcome, ensuring a personalized touch for her clientele.
Annapolis Valley unsprayed apples & 1 ingredient sweet apple cider!
Explore 2 Beans or not 2 Beans, a small-scale community farm in the Gaspereau Valley, offering nutrient-dense produce grown sustainably on unceded Mi’k Maq First Nation territory.
Mitch’s Mighty Microgreens, owned by Mitch Nieuwenstein, is a local microgreens farm dedicated to cultivating premium microgreens. It stands out for its commitment to promoting a healthy lifestyle, coupling its superior products with valuable health information.
hi, love. greetings offers a range of handmade gifts, including greeting cards, art prints, bookmarks, and more, designed by Melanie Sampson. An Indigenous artist with a knack for typography and digital graphics, Melanie creates products that celebrate real-life moments and emotions. All items are made in small batches using eco-friendly materials, reflecting Melanie’s commitment to sustainability and quality.
Embracing slow living and sustainability, Kellyn creates artisan sourdough loaves, vibrant plant-dyed natural fibres, and promotes local wool supply for textile artists. Discover where art and agriculture unite at Old School Fibre Farm.
Discover Verv Skin, a small business crafting natural, cruelty-free skincare products with fresh, high-quality ingredients. Infused with the power of plants and a playful botanical palette, their handcrafted products provide a gentle, nourishing experience for sensitive skin.
Discover A Beautiful Wild Flower Farm, where Sarah and Devan cultivate stunning cut flowers, mixed bouquets, wedding flowers, and dried flowers on their sustainable 3-acre plot. Experience the joy and beauty of their carefully crafted arrangements, perfect for any occasion.
Cinderella’s Caribbean Pot, owned by Richard Gardner, offers authentic Jamaican cuisine in the Annapolis Valley. With fresh, hand-prepared meals, Richard brings the vibrant flavors of his culture to the local community since 2020.
Beck Farms stands for sustainable, hormone-free, and antibiotic-free farming. With over four decades in operation, this family-run hog farm in North Kingston, Nova Scotia, produces high-quality pork products and supports other local farms by offering chicken, beef, and lamb products.
Gather Here Charcuterie by Kelli offers hand-crafted charcuterie boards, grazing tables, and appetizers for any occasion. Sourcing locally produced items, Kelli supports local businesses while creating visually stunning and delicious food-art.
Fullstrong Coffee, born from an athlete’s love for quality coffee, is a Nova Scotia-based roastery offering unique, hand-roasted beans. The journey began with a popcorn maker in Calgary, inspired by local roasters Rosso and Phil & Sebastian. Following an injury, the owner channeled his determination into Fullstrong Coffee. Now, every brew is a testament to resilience, passion, and the joy of new beginnings.
KH Pottery, operated by Kim, offers unique, one-of-a-kind tableware and accessories. Each piece, locally made in Nova Scotia, reflects Kim’s lifelong passion for pottery and her commitment to quality, functionality, and beauty. Expect to find not just basic kitchen tableware, but also occasional special pieces like candle holders or soap dishes, all crafted with meticulous care and attention to detail.
At Hen of the Woods Artisan Acres, Emily Rogers handcrafts artisan soaps, hydrosols, and herbal body products using locally-sourced, organic, and traditional ingredients. Many ingredients are grown and processed on-site, in her own lavender field and herb gardens. Experience sustainable, healthy body products, lovingly crafted on this 30-acre family homestead.
Second Nature Body Co was born from Alanna’s personal wellness journey. A startling conversation with a friend in 2012 about the harmful ingredients in her face wash led her to seriously rethink what she put on and in her body. A year later, she created her own natural deodorant that not only felt good on her skin but gave her peace of mind. Now, Alanna is here to share it with the world! Her deodorant cream is vegan, free of parabens, phthalates, and aluminum, and comes in reusable packaging. With baking soda-free options, five scents, one unscented variety, and four different size options, all scents were inspired by healing times spent in nature.
As a family-owned and operated farm, Spurr Brothers Farms take great pride in cultivating a wide variety of fruits and vegetables, while also crafting exceptional cider that reflects our modern approach to sustainable farming. With a deep-rooted commitment to quality and environmental stewardship, we strive to bring the freshest and most flavorful produce to your table, straight from our bountiful fields and orchards.
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Herbalist Angie Oriana Jenkins brings 25 years of expertise, offering natural self-care products crafted from locally foraged plants and exotic botanicals. Explore her diverse range of offerings, including consultations, belly dance classes, and yoga instruction.
Experience local ingredients and explosive taste with Fiona Genevieve Lewis’s globally inspired dishes, crafted with Nova Scotian farmers and sustainability in mind.
Discover the stunning craftsmanship of One Spruce Twig Beadwork by Matilda Jararuse, a Labradorimuit artist who uses her talent to connect with her culture and traditions. Her creations feature beads, leather, sealskin, furs, bone, and antler, reflecting the beauty of Indigenous-made art.
Wild Wines & Spirits, situated in the Annapolis Valley, handcrafts unique ciders from locally handpicked apples. Founded by Bryan Lee, the cidery is known for its traditional, hands-on approach to cider-making, resulting in dry ciders that encapsulate the complex flavors of the valley. With plans for expansion, Wild Wines & Spirits is poised to share the taste of Annapolis Valley with a broader audience.
Farm to Truck Take-out is an exciting fusion of sustainable farming and gourmet food curated by culinarian Kevin Brown. Offering fresh and innovative dishes, this mobile eatery invites you to explore and appreciate the journey of food from farm to plate.
Baking with C.L.A.S.S., named after the proprietor Colleen and her daughters Leah, Sarah, and Stephanie, is a beloved vendor at local farmers’ markets. Baking has been a lifelong passion for Colleen, and she has been sharing her delicious homemade cinnamon rolls, muffins, and other treats with the community since 2017. Always made with love, these goodies are sure to bring warmth and joy to your table.
Wild Thyme Farm is a small scale integrated farming initiative operated by Taylor and Zack. They are in the process of turning a neglected 47-acre property that was once a thriving organic operation back into a functioning sustainable farm. They are committed to sustainable agriculture, producing naturally grown nutrient-rich food for their community, and promoting a resilient ecosystem.
Happily Ever Forever Permanent Jewelry offers unique, everlasting adornments that are literally ‘attached’ to you. Specializing in necklaces, anklets, and especially bracelets, these pieces are welded together, symbolizing a bond that’s intended to last. This wearable art is perfect for meaningful moments, making them the adult version of friendship bracelets. Located just outside Middleton, they also cater to special events like parties or bridal showers, providing mobile services for an unforgettable experience.
In.form, helmed by Caleigh Mugwood, embodies a whimsical blend of creativity and practicality. Caleigh’s love for mending, playing, and repurposing found fabrics is reflected in her one-of-a-kind creations, inspired by flora, fauna, and the charm of imperfection. For over 15 years, In.form has woven together family life with the art of crafting unique, utilitarian garments sourced from local materials. Each piece is more than just a wearable – it’s a tale of family, art, play, and a testament to the joy of creating strange yet necessary additions to the wardrobe.