Upcoming Events

Wed September 9, 4 pm - 7 pm

Let us help you make your plans this Fall!  The Wolfville Farmers’ Market has partnered with Valley Family Fun to create a Fall Programs night where you can win prizes while exploring opportunities with twelve unique organizations displaying and sharing information.  Learn about a wide variety of after school programs, sporting activities, and events as well as what will be on at the Theatre, and which Festivals to look forward to.   This is a great night to bring the kids as there will be crafts for them and you can bring them for a loop around all the registration tables to meet those offering programs they might be interested in.  This will occur during our regular Wednesday Market, so there will also be over 25 vendors for your mid-week grocery top-up, our $10 Market Suppers and live music from Sam Wilson.   More Details...


Sat September 12, 8:30 am - 1 pm

Kick off the Nova Scotia Fall Wine Festival at the Wolfville Farmers’ Market in celebration of the Annapolis Valley’s burgeoning wine scene. Join us for your one-stop Valley wine experience with various wineries from the Annapolis Valley region sampling wine and offering a wide variety of bottled wine for purchase. Meet the winemakers and enjoy a Valley Vineyards Food Pairing Plate ($5) with delectable Market flavours to  savour with free wine samples. 




Wed September 16, 4:30 pm - 6 pm

Are you a business owner, operator, business student or are desiring to open a business?  Pop in to the Wolfville Farmers’ Market this Wednesday, September 16th between 4:30-6:00pm and join our Monthly Mingle where Annapolis Valley business professionals converse and network!

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Wed September 23, 4 pm - 7 pm

The Town of Wolfville is inviting people to joint staff, Council and consultants at the Market to discuss planning for Wolfville’s
future.  The Town is reviewing its planning documents and wants your
input.  This will be a casual, conversational event that is perfect for
those who don’t wish to participate in workshops or use our on-line
tools.   Provide input to this important process
and support the market vendors at the same time by purchasing your
supper and sitting down with us to talk in a designated area in the Community Room of the Market.   After supper, those who wish
can walk over the Whittle Theatre for a formal workshop on a variety of
planning issues.



Sat September 26, 8:30 am - 1 pm

The Deep Roots Music Fest expands to the Market where meaningful
connections are encouraged between cultures, community groups, artists and audiences. Performances by: Scotty Marsters, Shannon Quinn, Kimberly Matheson, The Chimney Swifts, Sin & Swoon, and The BackYard Devils.