Bridgewater Farmers' Market
2023 Market Season: May 13 - October 28 - Saturdays, 9 AM – 12 PM
2023 Holiday Markets: Nov 26, Dec 3, 10 & 17 - Sundays, 10 AM - 2 PM
Bonus Evening Holiday Market: Friday, Dec 15 5 PM - 8 PM
123 Empire Street (corner of Empire & Churchill St.) Bridgewater, NS


We're Hiring

We have several positions to fill: Market manager, assistant market manager, market assistant.

*Updated Hours* for December 19th - Open 12pm-4pm

We are open today with lots of food and artisan vendors for some last minute, local shopping!

Ordering Open for Market Meal/Pig Roast Fundraiser!

Order now for pick-up on Saturday November 13th from noon - 5pm.

2021 Market Meal Fundraiser

Ordering will open soon for our 2021 fundraiser. Help support the market and enjoy a fresh, deliciously local meal at the same time!

2021 Market Season Update

Information on our upcoming 2021 market season. OPENING DAY: Saturday, May 29, 9 am - 12 pm; Monthly craft market starting June 26.

2020 Holiday Markets

Our modified holiday markets will be on the five Sundays before Christmas: November 22 & 29, Dec 6, 13 & 20. Hours: 10 am - 3 pm. Our vendors will be set up inside and outside at the old arena at 123 Empire Street. COVID-19 precautions and restrictions will be in place.

Vendor Feature: Stable to Table Farms

Emily and Curtis have been raising goats for a little over a year. They started off with two baby goats on their hobby farm and now have a total of nine goats.

Vendor Feature: Glow Getter Creations

Amanda makes one-of-a-kind, handmade beaded bracelets using semi-precious gemstones and glass beads. No two bracelets are exactly alike, ensuring that whichever pieces you purchase are totally unique.

Vendor Feature: T&D's Pickelicious

Tim and Donna Zwicker have been attending the Bridgewater Farmers’ Market for around 6 years to sell their homemade preserves.

Vendor Feature: Indian Garden Farms

Indian Garden Farms in Hebbville, NS began back in 1856, when Abraham Hebb started the family farming tradition. He then passed the farm on to his son, William, who added a cranberry bog, which now exists as Canada’s oldest working cranberry operation.