Kimberley Farmers' Market


The Farmers’ Market Is Coming!


Fresh food from local farmers and food producers, crafts from local artisans, live music and delicious food are all served up in downtown Kimberley every week during the summer season!

Wildsight supports a sustainable community that is economically, socially and environmentally healthy and resilient. The Kimberley Farmers’ Market began in 2014 as part of Wildsight Kimberley/Cranbrook’s food sustainability initiative in response to the community’s desire to have direct access to local and sustainably harvested food. The market provides a local marketing alternative for small scale agricultural and specialty products while nourishing community through a vibrant and inclusive market place.

We are looking forward to another great market season this year!

When – Thursdays, 5-7:30 pm, June 22nd – September 7, 2017

Where – Downtown Kimberley, on Howard Street 



2016 Full Season Vendors were

3 Crows – Microgreens, garden greens and vegetables

Backcountry Meats and Sausages – Ready to eat sausage, pepperoni garlic, hunter stix, pepperoni, jerky elk sausage pepperoni, jerky

Baillie-Grohman Winery – 100% VQA wine from grapes grown in the Creston Valley

Blueberry Patch Farms- Berries, vegetables and flowers

Bootleg Mountain Soap – Soap, Chainmaille Jewelry, Wooden Utensils

Cominco Gardens –  Potted perennials, houseplants, flower baskets, vegetables

Cutter Ranch – Frozen pork and lamb

Cycles Market Garden- vegetables

Dirt Light Shadow – Porcelain jewelry, silver jewelry, silkscreened t-shirts, pottery, wood chopping boards.

EarthWear Face & Body 100% natural, handmade face and body products- sun screen, bug spray, tooth polish

Faramon Farm- Fruit and vegetables

JRD Farms / William Tell – fruit spreads, hard apple cider, cider vinegars, drinking vinegars, fresh fruit

Irie Body Bliss Essential Oil Products + Prints of Original Artwork

Ishtadev Niwas Farm – Artisan Wood Fired Breads (Sourdough loaves and ciabatta) farm fresh eggs and garden vegetables

Kara Clarke Designs Stellalissa – silver, antique brass, copper, gemstones, Tumbled Earth – Kootenay River Stones

Kootenai Fungi- gourmet mushrooms

Lemon Shakers/Kettle Corn-  Lemonade and Kettle Corn

Mama’s Dumplings- Handmade Chinese dumplings

Mountain View Farm- Fresh baked fruit pies, eggs

Pridham Studio- Hand made and painted functional pottery

Sugar High Mini Donuts – Mini donuts, lemonade

Sunpower Farm – Garden produce, bread, baked goods

The Mountain Range – Curries, soups, hummus, quinoa salads and baked goods

WaterMELon Designs- Weighted blankets, chew necklaces, dog collars, leashes and coats, paracord bracelets

Winderberry/Edibles Farm + Cafe + Catering Certified Organic with KOGs 2015 – Vegetables,garlic, herbs, flower bouquets

YUM- Soap and body products, jewelry


For more information contact Market Manager –   Linda McVetty
Email: or phone: 250.427.2535

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