The Farmers' Market features local produce, baked goods and hand-crafted items and has operated in Downtown Whitby since 1997 by the Durham Region Farmers' Market Association.
Visiting the Market During COVID-19
Visitors can shop outdoors for fresh fruits and vegetables, baked goods, unique handmade products and more. Visitors should always follow COVID-19 guidelines to help keep everyone safe, like maintaining physical distancing, wearing a mask if unable to practice physical distancing, using hand sanitizer and staying home if unwell.
Dates: every Wednesday until October 14
Time: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Location: Celebration Square, Whitby Public Library, 405 Dundas Street West.
Frequently Asked Questions
| Are there washroom facilities?
| Currently there are no washrooms available on site as the Whitby Public Library remains closed to the public.
| Is there parking near by?
| Yes, there is a municipal parking lot to the east of the Library. Parking is free on weekends and after 6:00 p.m. on weekdays.
| Can I bring my dog?
| Dogs are permitted in Celebration Square and must be on a leash. Please note Celebration Square does not have grass.
| Can I become a vendor?
| Market vendors are coordinated by the Durham Region Farmers' Market Association. Contact Meredith Bruni for more details.
| Is there a rain date?
| The market is open rain or shine.
Chairperson, Durham Region Farmers' Market Association
Town of Whitby