Bulkley Valley Farmers' Market
Smithers, British Columbia
Welcome to one of the largest Farmers’ Markets in Northern British Columbia!
We have over 50 vendors offering a wide variety of products - all grown, baked or made locally.
Indoor Market New Location: Smithers Curling Club, 4216 Third Ave
Hours: 9:00 - Noon
October - every Sat
November - every Sat
December - 7th, 14th, 21st
IN 2014 MARKETS ARE EVERY 1st & 3rd SAT
January - 4th* & 18th (*the 4th may be changed, please watch for updates)
February - 1st & 15th
March - 1st & 15th
April - 5th & 19th
Visitors to the Market can enjoy a fresh baked treat, sip on a coffee or a yogurt Smoothie, and listen to local musicians while shopping for all sorts of fresh food and crafts.
We have farms which are certified organic and certified naturally grown. We have artists and craftspeople who have been creating beautiful things for over 25 years. All of our vendors are happy to answer questions about their farms and their products.
For those who come to the Market hungry, our vendors have fired up their barbeques to offer:
» an organic egg & ham/sausage on a locally baked bun
» a grass-fed-beef hamburger on a locally baked bun
» hand-made calzones, quiches, and samosas
» BBQ pork skewers
Our Farm Produce Includes:
» fresh vegetables (cabbage, carrots, garlic, kohlrabi, lettuces, onions, peppers, potatoes, radishes, rhubarb, tomatoes, turnip…)
» locally raised meat (beef, chicken, goat, lamb, pork, quail, and turkey)
» grains & flour
» food that’s ready to eat (granola bars, jerky, meat pies, sausages…)
» plants (bedding & vegetables starts in Spring, cut flowers later)
We have at least five bakers at each Market and they offer an incredible range of products; from sweet to savory, and with so many types of bread it’s a joy to behold! Two of our bakers are using certified organic ingredients.
Our Artists and Crafters Create:
» beeswax candles
» body care (balms, powders, salves, soaps)
» fibre arts (childrens’ toys, hats, gloves, scarves, socks…)
» fine arts (oils, pastels, pen & ink)
» pet beds made with local fleece
» stained glass
» wood work (childrens’ toys, furniture, mirror & picture frames…)