- Amina's Syria Kitchen
Amina & Rayad Alouch | ChesterThe Alouch family makes middle eastern foods like falafel, hummus, pastries, fatayer, soup, and more.Find them at our outdoor market every week.
- Bear River FarmsSaskia & Thilo Kolass | Bear River, NS
The grain used to make their sourdough rye bread is grown on their certified Biodynamic Farm. The rye is freshly milled each week; the dough is kneaded by hand and baked using a family recipe that is over 120 years old. This delicious bread contains NO wheat, NO yeast, NO dairy, NO sugar and NO eggs. It is very easy to digest and it is vegan! You can toast it and freeze it and it goes well with everything. You can find their bread for sale at our market at the Airstream Cafe.
Find their products bi-weekly at our outdoor market.
- Boulangerie La VendéenneDavid Unterweger | Blockhouse, NS
'Our mission is to offer our customers authentic French breads and viennoiseries using traditional artisanal baking methods. Our commitment to delivering fresh certified organic breads is matched with our desire to support the environment from beginning to end, offering healthy food, using high quality ingredients, following organic standards and procedures, and supporting local farmers.'
Find their products weekly at our outdoor market at The Airstream Café.
- Brenda's Baked GoodsBrenda Verreault | Barrs Corner, NS
Delicious homemade baked goods made with quality ingredients. You can choose from various delicacies such as:
- Pies, scones, cookies, squares, muffins and more
- decorated cakes, biscuits, cinnamon buns, and cupcakes
- gluten-free products available upon request.
Find her products weekly at our outdoor market.
- Century Homestead Farm & FloralConnie Jefferson & Paul Mailman | Hebbville, NS
Connie produces no-spray, naturally grown garlic, tomatoes, peppers, ground cherries, greens (season extension!), leeks, onions, herbs, asparagus, small fruit, potatoes, sweet potatoes, carrots and more. If you were at the market last season you will have noticed her beautiful fresh and dried flowers as well.
Find their products weekly at our outdoor market.
- Corkums Island PotteryDavid Morison | Corkums Island, NS
David produces hand-made, mostly wheel-thrown, functional pottery for your home. From staple mugs to one-of-a-kind vases in warm, natural colours.
Find his products online every week or in person periodically.
- Corkums Island WeavingAnne Morison | Corkums Island, NS
Anne makes hand woven items, including tea towels, scarves, lap blankets.
You'll find Anne at our market every week.
- DD Dog TreatsKathy Lowe | Western Shore, NS
Katy makes homemade all natural dog and cat treats. She is also venturing into dog accessories such as leashes, collars, tags, and bandanas.
Available at our outdoor market most weeks.
- Elizabeth’s HandwovensElizabeth Aulenback | Auburndale, NS
‘One-of-a kind handwoven items woven with care on my floor looms. A variety of Kamp Kloths (use as towels, double placemats, table mats, baby change cloths, use your imagination!), Shawls, Scarves, Cowls, Tableware, Blankets and more. Custom orders as time permits.'
Find her products periodically at our outdoor market. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out when.
- Indian Garden FarmsMatthew Hebb & Family | Hebbville, NS
Established in 1856, Indian Garden Farms is well known for their seasonal fruit and vegetables.
Throughout the season they bring a variety of hanging planters, jams, strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, lettuce, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, beans, peas, carrots, beets, potatoes, cranberries, apples, pears and their famous corn.
Available weekly at our outdoor market.
- Monthly Artisan Vendorsvarious | Nova Scotia
We are inviting local artisans to join us on the last Saturday of the month for our Artisan Market. Subscribe to our newsletter to find out who will be there.
Our 2022 dates are: June 25, July 30, Aug 27, Sep 24 & Oct 29.
Our holiday market dates are Nov 20 & 27, Dec 4, 11 & 18.
If you would like to become a vendor, please read the Become a Vendor section of our website and apply.
- R&R Corkum FarmsRalph Jr. and Reuben Corkum | New Cumberland, NS
Raising top quality grass-fed beef, the farm has been in operation for 5 generations. Their cattle are raised free of chemicals and growth hormones. In addition to their beef products they sell free range eggs, seasonal vegetables, berries, pickles and baked goods. They welcome visitors to their farm. Just call ahead and go for a visit.
Find their products weekly iat our outdoor market.
- Rumtopf FarmTomas Wolter | Conquerall Mills, NS
The Wolter Family has been market gardening since 1985, growing a variety of fruits and vegetables using sustainable methods. Some of what they grow: salad greens, garlic, filet beans, beets, carrots, potatoes, celeriac, squash, and a variety of herbs. They also grow willow and make and sell willow baskets. Everyone in the family of 7 is involved in growing what they bring to the market and put on the table.
Find their products weekly at out outdoor market.
- Stable to Table FarmEmily Fancey | Newcombville, NS
Stable to Table Farms makes goat milk body care porducts and candles.
Available at the outdoor market every week.
- T & D's PickleiciousTim & Donna Zwicker | Bridgewater, NS
During the summer and fall, Tim and Donna make and sell homemade pickles and jams. When it gets cooler, they add home made mitts, socks, etc. to their offerings.
Available weekly at our outdoor market.
- The Airstream CaféRita Landgraf & Ross Bunnell | Bridgewater, NS
Serving breakfast, Mexican fare, and espresso drinks. They use organic fair-trade coffee, tea and sugar from JustUs! Coffee Roasters. Their baked goods are made with real butter, free-range eggs and organic flours. They tend to mix it up, not all menu items will be available on any given day.
Find them weekly at our outdoor market.
Become a Vendor
Are you interested in selling your wares or produce at the Bridgewater Farmers' Market? Learn about becoming a vendor.