The Skeena Valley Farmers Market has been in operation since 1982, with real growth happening in the last decade. The wares of the 70+ vendors aptly reflect the products of the fertile Skeena Valley—Terrace is the furthest point north in BC where fruit trees can be grown. Everything at this market is home-grown, homemade, and home-baked. Coming here on a Saturday morning is the perfect way to kick off the weekend!
Open from May 7 to October 29
Saturdays from 9:00 am–1:00 pm (no early admittance)
George Little Park
Our Farmers Market Products:
- fresh veggies
- ethnic foods from local multicultural residents
- canned foods
- and much more
Regular vendors include organic farmers, greenhouse growers, and other purveyors of locally grown food and plants. The artisans make very distinctive products, and local musicians and buskers provide entertainment. There are often community tables for fundraising or community information, kids' activities, and much more!
The Farmers Market is comfortable and welcoming to seniors, and a few of the vendors are seniors themselves. Interestingly, many market vendors have moved on from here to start their own successful businesses.
Christmas Craft Sale
The Christmas Craft Sale in November is always a big draw, featuring many regular market wares along with lots of Christmassy selections (baking, crafts, etc.). This sale takes place indoors at the Terrace Sportsplex.
Drop in Vendor to the Market?
Please read the links below for Rules and Regulations and Info for Vendors and Drop In Vendors. If you plan on selling foods (low or high risk) at the market, please connect with Northern Health for any food permits that may be required.
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