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Winter Market 2018

Orangeville Winter Farmers’ Market -2018 -2019

Orangeville Town Hall will be buzzing with activity this winter as the Orangeville Farmers’ Market moves indoors. The indoor market will operate every other Saturday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. from November 3 to April 20. Occupying the main floor atrium and upper floor mezzanine, the indoor market features vendors who offer locally-raised meats, […]

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Harvest Celebration - Downtown Orangeville -2018

Harvest Celebration – 2018

Marking the closing of the Farmers’ Market and celebrating all things Autumn. Trick or Treating, crafts, face painting, great shopping and other festive activities. Harvest Celebration – October 20, 2018 Free Face Painting & Petting Zoo: 9 am – 1 pm; Tiny Tots Trick or Treating: 10 am – 12 pm (or until the candy […]

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Orangeville Farmers' Market

Orangeville Farmers’ Market

Nothing beats the taste of biting into a tomato picked fresh from the vine, or breathing in the scent of bread pulled fresh from the oven. Operating Saturday mornings from May to October the Orangeville Farmers’ Market features the best in fresh produce, fruits, locally raised meats, fish, flowers, home baked goods and unique artisan […]

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Orangeville Winter Market – April 21

WINTER | SPRING
Orangeville Town Hall will be buzzing with activity this winter as the Orangeville Farmers’ Market moves indoors. The indoor market will operate every other Saturday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. from November 4 to April 21. Occupying the main floor atrium and upper floor mezzanine, the indoor market features vendors who offer locally-raised meats, baked goods, unique arts and crafts, and local seasonal produce.

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Orangeville Winter Market – March 10

Orangeville Town Hall will be buzzing with activity this winter as the Orangeville Farmers’ Market moves indoors. The indoor market will operate every other Saturday between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. from November 4 to April 21. Occupying the main floor atrium and upper floor mezzanine, the indoor market features vendors who offer locally-raised meats, baked goods, unique arts and crafts, and local seasonal produce.

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