New Day! Fridays from 3-6:30 pm, May 27th - October 7th
Our Farmers Market
Welcome to the Pemberton Farmers’ Market Association!
The Pemberton Farmers Market is extending its Season with a New Start Date!
Season will now run May 27th – October 7th 2016.
2016 Applications are now available and due May 1st. Late applicants will be reviewed at a first come first serve basis as the barn fills up, and may be subjected to drop-in rates.
We are hiring!
The Pemberton Farmer’s Market Association invites applications for the position of Market Manager. The Association is a vibrant organization that plans, organizes and maintains the Pemberton Farmer’s Market. The Pemberton Farmer’s Market embraces the concept of ‘locally made baked and grown’ and is a community builder in the region.
The Manager supervises the daily operation of a seasonal Friday market as well as managing financials, operations, and serving as the Market’s principal public representative while working with a board of directors. Applicants are requested to submit a cover letter expressing interest in this position/experience with Farmer’s Markets and resume to email@example.com
Please contact our Market Manager to apply for the following programs:
PioneerProgram: Are you new to the Pemberton Farmers’ Market and wondering if our market is a good fit for you and your products? Try our new Pioneer Program, which offers one market date for free for first time vendors.
CommunityTable: The Pemberton Farmers’ Market believes in helping create a vibrant, strong, and inclusive community fabric. Community groups looking to further their outreach qualify for one free table per season at the market. In exchange we ask that you provide a craft or activity for the kids of the community to do (can be as simple as colouring pages!)
Local Artists: Similar to the Pioneer Program, if you are contemplating coming to the market to sell your artwork or connect to potential clients to further your art-based programs including visual and performing arts, you qualify for one free table per season. We encourage all vendors in this area to engage in live, interactive displays. For example, whittling while you sell your carvings, painting on site, etc. This is what you can bring to us while helping promote arts and culture in our communities.