Cannery Farmers’ Market Dates

Market Dates 2019-2020:

October 6 & 20
November 3 & 17
December 1, 8, & 15
February 9 & 23
March 8 & 22
April 5 & 19

Join us from October to April, on select Sundays from 10am to 3pm, when Steveston’s indoor winter farmers’ market returns to the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site. Admission to the museum on market days is free,with guided heritage tours available by donation.

Next market: Sunday October 6, 2019  10am to 3pm

Join us for the first market of the season! Enjoy the community feel of Steveston’s Cannery Farmers’ Market, where there is something for everyone. Admission to the museum is free on market Sundays, with guided heritage tours available by donation.

Special workshop by the Richmond Food Security Society: Pickling and Fermentation

Watch this space for more details to follow!

How to get here

The Cannery Farmers’ Market takes place both indoors and outside of the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site in Steveston Village at 12138 Fourth Avenue, Richmond, British Columbia (at the corner of Moncton and 3rd Ave) rain or shine (or snow!).

Parking: Pay parking is available in our parking lot at Chatham St. and Fourth Avenue. Free 3-hour street parking is available throughout Steveston Village.

Public Transit: From Richmond-Brighouse Station, take bus #401, 402, 407, or 410 to Steveston village. Plan your trip with Translink.

About

The Gulf of Georgia Cannery is located in the fishing village of Steveston, the largest commercial fishing port in Canada.  The Cannery was built in 1894 and until 1902, was known as the “Monster Cannery” among more than 15 canneries that occupied cannery row on the Steveston waterfront. It is now a national historic site and home to a museum presenting the history of Canada’s West Coast fishing industry.

Established in 1986, the Gulf of Georgia Cannery Society is an independent non-profit society and registered charity responsible for the operation of the Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site of Canada on behalf of Parks Canada. With over 250 members, the Society is governed by a board comprised of volunteer directors who bring together a wealth of expertise in community building, British Columbia history, heritage preservation, commercial fishing, business practice, education, and fundraising.

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