The Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market

Join us every Saturday year round, from 9 am to 1 pm at the Vankleek Hill High School (VCI), 5814 Hwy 34, Vankleek Hill, ON
Naturally grown fruit and vegetables, naturally raised meat (including chicken, pork, goat, lamb, beef, turkey, and wild game meat (red deer and wild boar), wood oven baked bread, home style baking, local honey, homemade ice cream, preserves, herbs and spices, prepared foods (Belgian, Jamaican, Thai and Armenian),  garden plants, artisans and much more!!!
This Saturday at the market  –
BBQ lunch by Elishka Farm with goat and lamb burgers served with a side of coleslaw, and always fresh brewed coffee at the market table. Avonmore Farm has fresh picked corn!

Avonmore Farm (fresh picked strawberries, seasonal vegetables including; fresh picked corn, carrots, beans, onions, also fruit pies, cookies and scones)

Cadotte Farm (garden plants, garlic,  rhubarb, naturally grown vegetables)

Elishka Farm (grass fed beef, lamb and goat meat, goat milk soap, prepared foods such as; soups, chili, pasta sauce, bottled tomatoes, wild mushrooms, naturally grown vegetables)

Food Activated (fermented and dehydrated food creations including cookies, breads, crackers, chips, nuts, seeds, kimchi, salsa, dehydrated spices, smoothie powders)

Garden Path Homemade Soap (homemade natural soaps, laundry detergent, natural cosmetics and other products)

Harmony Farm (fresh organic lettuce and other seasonal vegetables)

Jambel Jamaican and Belgian Specialties (Jamaican patties, chicken wings, soup, quiche, Belgian waffles and treats, gluten free – breads and other items)

Lochiel Loaves (Jo Sweet makes very delicious healthy breads and sweet treats to have with your morning coffee, come early before she sells out)

McCaig Honey (local award winning honey, different flavours, bee pollen, bees wax candles)

Perennial Plus Plants (plants for your garden and beautiful fresh cut flowers)

Pleasant Corners Gardens (potatoes, turnips, beets, tomatoes, green and yellow beans)

Produits Petit Brule (smoked sturgeon, smoked sturgeon mousse, caviar)

Rouge River Bakery (artisan breads, cinnamon buns, pizza, dinner rolls, croissants, baklava, all cooked traditionally in a wood fired oven)

Suree’s Amazing Thai Food (Thai prepared meals)

Note: Bernie’s Greens is a garlic festivals for the next 2 weeks. Horizon Hog Farm and Trillium Meadows will be back next week. Boudrias Family Farm, Sweet Pea Aromatherapy, Angela’s Antidote and Warm Embrace Quilts will be back soon!


“Check in” when you are at the market and “Like” us on facebook to see who is coming Saturdays and for gardening tips and recipes. Help us spread the word about our awesome market!”

If you have any great recipes that you would like to share please send to us and they will be posted on our website and fb page. We’re always looking for new recipe ideas to share on facebook and for our recipe column in The Vankleek Hill Review!

On smart phones type in “Who” in the search box to see a list of vendors who will be at the market or scroll right down this page.

Chef Dominique doing the VKH Market BBQJamie, Rouge River Wood Oven BreadsKaity Badger, Avonmore Berry Farm TableChildren with the Elishka Goat Farm goatsTessie from Gottard FarmGilles and Alana from Elishka Goat Farm

6 thoughts on “The Vankleek Hill Farmers’ Market

  1. Would like to come check out the Farmers Market. Where exactly are you located? Is it indoors? Presuming so.

    Thank you

    • Hi Christine, the market is year round at the Vankleek Hill Collegiate Institute (VCI) High School in Vankleek Hill. We are inside the cafeteria of the school during the Winter and outside from May 24th to Thanksgiving weekend, 9 am to 1 pm.

    • Hi Shelagh, Sorry for the late reply, at the time you sent your message we didn’t have anyone selling seedlings. Perennial Plus Plants is back this Saturday with some garden plants and fresh cut flowers. I’m not sure what Victor will be bringing but he usually has some really nice plants at a very good price. Also Elishka Farm will likely have some seedlings.


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