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Whistler Farmer's Market | Summer 2015

Whistler Farmers Market

Whistler Farmers MarketTwice a week the Whistler Farmer's Market takes place in Whistler's Upper Village Stroll. You can catch the Whistler Farmer's Market every Wednesday from 3 PM to 7 PM and every Sunday from 11 AM to 4 PM. For those unfamiliar with the Upper Village Stroll, the market is located at the base of Blackcomb Mountain.

During the Farmer's Market patrons can find one-of-a-kind items including locally made artwork, handcrafted jewellery, naturally made cosmetics and soaps and lots more. Of course, the Farmer's Market is also a great place to pick up freshly picked produce from the Pemberton Meadows and Whistler Valley.

The Market is a great way to embrace the Whistler vibe! Get away from the hustle and bustle of the main village and connect directly with local farmers, artisans and vendors. Each market attracts around 80+ local vendors, with a little less on Wednesdays and a little more on Sundays. The market offers a wide range of products for sale and is a great place to pick up a one-of-a-kind gift or Whistler memento.

Kid-Friendly

Blackcomb Adventure Zone thumbThe Whistler Farmer's Market isn't just for adults, it's also a great place to bring the whole family. Kid’s entertainers are part of each market, with different musicians, theatre productions and artists performing at each event. Along with the FREE children's entertainers, the Farmer's Market is conveniently located beside the Whistler Adventure Zone.

The Adventure Zone is a kid’s friendly play area with a number of activities including; mini golf, go-karts, bouncy castles, kids luge, pony rides and much more. The Adventure Zone always runs in conjunction with the Farmer's Market allowing the kids and mom & dad to play all day.

Photo Credit: Mike Crane (market) Chad Chomlack (dad & boy)

Posted by on Tuesday, June 30, 2015