Located at the bustling commuter intersection at Main and Terminal, Main Street Station market returns for it's 7th season this year. Access by bus and Skytrain is exceptional at this very central location, just a stone's throw away from the Olympic Athlete's Village in False Creek. The market vendors will line up on the east side of Thornton Park on the sidewalk along Station Street. There is ample room for pedestrians to walk along the sidewalk or detour into the park if they wish.
You can expect to find a great selection of vendors at this market - everything from produce to meat, seafood and cheese, baking and more! Make plans to have dinner at the market too as we'll be offering hot food on-site. Don't be surprised if you run into a local chef doing a mid-week restock for some of the city's best restaurants!
Features: Food Trucks, Master Gardeners, Chef Loading Zone
Annual Special Events: Berry Festival (July), PNE Preserves Competition Judging (August)
Market tokens available.
ATM within a five minute walk
Parking:If you can't make it by Skytrain or bus and live too far to walk or ride, there are options in the area of the Main Street Station Farmers Market for those coming by car. Here's the scoop:
2HR PARKING ON STATION STREET
There are some 2HR parking spaces along the north end of Station St. (north of National Ave.)
FREE PARKING ON NATIONAL AVE.
The Langley Community Farmers' Market Society is a non-profit organization geared towards providing Langley and surrounding areas with locally grown foods, farm products, and other locally made products in a direct producer-to-consumer marketing venue that will serve diverse populations, preserve and promote local agriculture, enhance local community and improve the overall quality of life.
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The BCAFM is here to serve the needs of our member farmers’ markets. We are committed to developing and strengthening the capacity of farmers' markets in all regions of British Columbia, so you, our members can continue to support local farmers and artisans and provide British Columbians with fresh healthy local food. Learn more.