The Aruma Artisan & Farmers' Market is excited for our 2019 season!
Another season filled with laughter, music, food, and more, along the banks of the Clyde River. Enjoy a coffee, fresh baked goods, artisan creations, and local vegetables in an environment that fosters and promotes connection and community.
Our 2019 season begins on Sunday, June 2 and runs until Sunday, September 29. Market hours are 9am - 2pm. See you there!
Kids Market is July 28th - where talented local kids are the farmers & artisans
Our 2019 Vendor Line Up
Eco-conscious goods and garden produce. Recycled, repurposed, reworked, revamped and eco-friendly home goods (paper, fabric, jewelry, body care). Paper and fabric pennants, beeswax wraps, t-shirt grocery bags, produce bags, wooden aromatherapy bracelets, face scrubbers, body scrubs, seasonal garden produce and local Packenham honey.
Home baked cinnamon and berry pinwheels, scones, tarts, pies, cakes, cupcakes, fritters, squares, sugar and scoop cookies, and other assorted baked goods.
Quality handmade and hand painted lures. Sold with a hope to raise awareness of the therapeutic benefits of kayak fishing and to raise money for the “Soldier On” program which helps active, retired, medically released military personnel who have been injured or wounded through service.
Herbal remedies including salves, liniments, and tinctures. Plus summer care including bug repellents, first aid kits, tick removal kits and organic skin care.
Ladies fashions designed and made by Nicola. Ladies underwear made from upcycled t-shirts, machine embroidered cards and patches, odds and ends of vintage haberdashery, hair ‘turbans’ and bath mitts from upcycled towels. Pop-up change room so all clothing can be tried on.
Maple syrup, maple sugar candy, maple butter, maple jelly, male sugar, maple butter tarts, maple baking, gift baskets, onesies, t-shirts, mugs, glasses, and wooden signs.
Jams, jellies, preserves, fresh produce, salad dressing, potted herbs, and seasonal home décor including napkin rings, fabric banners, and cornstalks.
Bedding plants (heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers), houseplants, perennials, fresh produce (vegetables, herbs, melons, some berries), prepared fresh take-away salads, and the occasional granola, dried herbs and vegetables, and photo-cards.
Handmade craft items – a selection of quilted, sewn, and painted items. Zippered pouches, tissue pouches, bowl cozies, triangle pouches, box presents, small paintings, soaps, bracelets, bookmarks, and key chains.
Sticky buns – classic maple, orange maple, and lemon ginger – baked with organic flour, organic, fair-trade sugar and cinnamon. Diary products used in baking are 100% Canadian sourced.
Fused glass pendant lights, home décor, garden stakes, and jewellery. Beaded message bracelets, necklaces and charms. “Mildly adequate motivational cards” – a new line of cards. Funky hydrangeas dried with cool paint effects. And in June, fresh Haskap berries with 5x the antioxidants of blueberries tasting like a cross between blueberries and raspberries from Stone Table Haskaps, a small local berry farm.
Arts and crafts, baked goods, preserves, plants/produce, body products, beverages, animal treats, and performance art.
Quilted placemats, pot holders, table toppers, tea cozies, reusable fabric lunch bags and shopping bags, aprons, baby bibs, beeswax food wraps, baby quilts, soft stuffed baby balls.
Intuitive tarot and oracle card readings by Kelly Young.
A cooperative, mobile, café dedicated to coffee, specialty drinks, and baked goods. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, sweet and savoury baked goods.
Rotating community vendors' booth
Herbal salves, creams, sunscreen, lip balm, body butter, scrubs, herbal teas, coffee substitutes, hot chocolate, herbal infusions, syrups, vinegars, tinctures, rollers, styptic powder, bath teas and salts, and herbal pillows and sachets.
Maple syrup, fresh produce, seedlings, small woodworking and value added minimally processed foods.
Sweet and savoury crepes, pesto, bread, quiche, lemonade, meal-in-a-jar, card holders.
Framed and unframed photos, coasters, magnets, cards, postcards, custom orders and more.
Various baked goods made with love by Nancy MacDonald
A micro-farm that approaches wellness and vibrant living through fresh, home-grown foods and hand-made self-care products. Microgreens, edible flowers, wheatgrass, culinary herbs, potted herbs, herbal products (tea blends, spice blends etc.), fruit leathers, heirlooms garlic, and handmade natural self-care products including gardener hand salves, bug-bite salves, herbal bath soaks, soaps, body scrubs, and shampoo bars
Hand-made plaster magnet characters (with paint centre for kids to paint at market), original acrylic paintings and prints, hand painted/ wood burned / carved naturally aged barn board signs, painted bird houses and feeders, painted rocks of inspiration.
Soaps, moisturizers, body wash, shampoo, conditioner, salts, lip balm, mists, and bug juice (all natural insect repellent)
Original watercolour paintings, prints on bags, pillows, cards, mugs, and tea towels.
On the path back to better tasting agriculture. Specializing in organic vegetables, herbs, spices, microgreens, eggs, jams, jellies, preserves, hot sauces, woodworking and seedlings including tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and squash.
Reiki by Suzanne Croteau-McLaren
Hand sewn items including pillowcases, throw cushions, essential oil pouches, reusable straw pouches, key chains, lanyards. Naturally raised frozen ground beef, stew meat, steaks and roasts. Naturally raised frozen chicken. Sweet corn.
Veggie dogs, hot dogs, sausages, chips, pop, water, Gatorade, juice
Seasonally produced jams, jellies, soups, sauces, pickles, mustards, selection of farm grown vegetables, and more.
Vintage clothing and fabulous finds.
Pottery/clay ware, linen goods, and birthday boxes including wooden box and contents.
Want to become a market vendor? Contact us!
CALL: 613-259-3000 | EMAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome new vendors and musical friends!
Have bounty to share? We are always accepting vendor applications.
- Full season - $255 *17 market days
- Half season - $180 *9 market days
- Per Sunday - $25 *4 Sunday commitment required
with Hydro hook up:
- Full season - $340 *17 market days
- Half season - $225 *9 market days
- Per Sunday - $30 *4 Sunday commitment required
*please note the market will not occur on August 18, due to the annual Roots on the Clyde Music Festival hosted by Aruma.
Contact us to receive your application today OR download the application HERE