Charlottetown Farmers Market
Wednesdays & Saturdays
Charlottetown Farmers Market is open Wednesdays until October 9 and Saturdays year–round from 9 am–2 pm. Local vendors offer fresh produce, fresh Certified Organic produce, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, spices, maple syrup, baked goods, preserves, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, apple cider, ethnic foods and other prepared foods and beverages, wool products, arts and crafts, fresh cut flowers. charlottetownfarmersmarket.com 100 Belvedere Ave, Charlottetown. 902-626-3373
Pop-up Farmers’ Market
Cardigan Farmers Market
Saturdays to October 6
Open Saturdays to October 6 from 9 am–1 pm. Corner of Station and Shore Roads (behind the post office and across the road from Cardigan Feed Mill). easternpei.com/cardigan-farmers-market
Murray Harbour Farmers Market
The Murray Harbour Farmers Market is open each Saturday to the end of October from 9 am to 12 noon at the Murray Harbour Community Centre. The Market offers a wide variety products and produce, as well as showcase the community, its history, culture and people. Follow on FB for details.
Summerside Farmers Market
The Summerside Farmers Market is the place to be if you are looking for farm fresh veggies, fruit, eggs, meats and cheese. Also find hand crafted home decor items, authentic Island made gifts. Enjoy some family fun in the playroom. Come by for a bite to eat and meet the locals on Saturdays from 9 am–1 pm all year round. summersidefarmersmarket.com Historic Holman building lower level, 250 Water Street, Summerside. 902-598-8082
Downtown Farmer's Market
The Downtown Charlottetown Farmer's market is open 11 am–4 pm on Sundays to September 23. Located on Lower Queen Street in Charlottetown, the market offers local produce, preserves, ethnic and Canadian food, baked goods, beef jerky, succulents and flowers, handmade items, artwork and more. More details here.
Sunday Afternoons at the Log Cabin
September 22 & 23
70-mile Coastal Yard Sale
September 22 & 23
The 21st Annual 70 Mile Coastal Yard Sale takes place September 22 and 23 in south eastern PEI with over 350 sites along the coastal and back roads in private homes, community halls, church yards, and small businesses. A site information booklet is available in the Eastern Graphic; at local businesses; on Northumberland Ferries; and online.
Etsy Made in Canada
On September 29, there will be pop up markets organized by local Etsy sellers taking place in dozens of cities across the nation for Etsy Made In Canada Day. 2018 marks the 5th year for this event, which the Etsy Artisans of PEI have participated in since year one. Team Captain and event organizer Suzanne Scott was approached by Etsy Canada in 2013 to attend a summit in Toronto to start planning this one-day, nation-wide event. Fast forward five years, Etsy Team PEI now has 3 markets a year: Made In Canada day in September, a two day Holiday Market at the end of November and a large Spring event at the Delta at the end of April which brings in Etsy sellers from the maritime provinces in addition to the PEI artisans. The events have grown in popularity over the years and there are always new vendors participating. The next market takes place September 29 from 10 am–5 pm at Murphy's Community Centre. There will be a selection of PEI artisans selling their wares along with a dozen Maritime Makers, live music, door prizes and food trucks. Admission is $5 in support of the PEI Humane Society. Follow @EtsyTeamPEI on Instagram or like "Etsy Artisans of PEI" on Facebook for more info.
Farm Day in the City
Farm Day in the City, takes place September 30 from 11 am–5 pm on Queen St, Grafton to Water, Charlottetown. Find fresh produce, artisans, kids zone, petting zoo, entertainment, more. www.FarmDayintheCity.com
Wo-He-Lo Fall Clothing Sale
The Wo-He-Lo Annual Fall Clothing Sale will take place October 17 (12–4 pm), October 18 (8 am–8 pm), and October 19 (9 am–1 pm) at Queen Elizabeth Hospital in classrooms A and B on the 3rd floor. The sale offers high quality, gently used fall and winter clothing for women, men and children as well as hats, ties, purses, jewellery and books. The Wo-He-Lo Club’s only goal is to raise funds for much needed medical equipment to care for PEI’s smallest patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the QEH.