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Shelmerdine Farmers Market (July 17)

July 17 at 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Come join us at this family friendly outdoor market, now in our 9th year! Offering fresh and local vegetables, baking, jams and jellies, meat, crafts, jewelry and other food and artisan items. All homemade and home grown!

Things will look a little different when you visit us this year. Safety is our top priority so our market will be a little smaller and we will be following guidelines provided by Manitoba Health.

RAIN DATE: Sunday, July 18


Border Hills Honey creamed & liquid honey, flavoured honey, beeswax candles, beeswax, beeswax lip balms
Prairie City Soap soap, bath bombs, shampoo bars, conditioner bars, sugar scrubs, bath salts
Sew-Fine Fabric Crafts placemats, microwave mitts, trivets, potholders, casserole totes, baby quilts, blankets
Riplees Ranch Winnipeg  Canadian made pet food, treats and accessories
Amanda Lynn gluten-free specialty foods
Loveable Handmade gemstone bracelets, anklets, leather earrings
Bursting with Books fiction books written by Manitoba authors
Craftscape wood signs, DIY craft kits for adults and kids
BB Arm Candy handmade purses, tote bags, children’s bags
Anita’s Garden Art upcycled glass bird baths, sun catchers, garden art
Forever Prairie 200+ flavours of jams, jellies, relishes and preserves
Sand Stone Style handmade concrete décor, small plant pots, jewelry holders, décor trays
Daisytree Aromatherapy & Jewelry essential oils, bath & body oils, bath salts, diffusers, jewelry
KanDee’s Dessert Hummus dessert hummus
Magpie Chiq leather goods, all hand stitched
Graze Meat Co grass fed beef, grass fed lamb, pastured pork
My Valhalla Soaps solid bar soap, shampoo bars, lotions, solid laundry/dish soap
Little Brown Jug beer brewed in the exchange district in Winnipeg
PetToba pet treats and chews for dogs and cats
1882 Fruit Based Hot Sauce assortment of all natural, locally made hot sauces
Bones & Marrow Broth Company slow simmer broth, broth made from scratch
Pop Cart ice pops are made with care, quality and creativity
A Deadly Thaw novel written by local author
Hot Cups loose leaf tea, matcha, Spanish saffron
Bee Boyzz Honey & Meadery mead and honey varieties, been pollen, beeswax products
Yazidis Farmers fresh vegetables
Patent 5 Distillery vodka gin cocktails to go, ready to serve cocktails
Baltic Bros Inc craft infusions & alcohol
Sweet, Eh! dehydrated dried fruits
Delectable Bites by Jen baking, brownies, tarts and loaves
Sulat-Kamay handmade, handwoven straw bags from the Philippines
Loewen Homestead garden produce
The Little Eggplant paninis, gelatos, Italian sodas, cannoli’s
PVG Street Eats fries, burgers, cheese melts, sliders, poutine
Trendy Treats adult ice cream, lemonade, iced coffee, popcorn
Perk Coffee Bar coffee, hot chocolate, tea (hot and iced)


Here are some measures that we and our artisans will be taking to create a safe market experience:

  • We will have one entrance and one exit for the market to limit the number of customers within the outdoor market at any given time.
  • Extra spacing will be provided between vendor booths to ensure that our artisans and customers can maintain a safe distance from one another while browsing and moving through the market.
  • Signage will be posted reminding visitors to socially distance while shopping with us.
  • Food sampling will not take place (as per Manitoba Health).
  • We are communicating with our staff and market vendors regularly to reinforce health and safety precautions. We are advising our vendors and staff to stay home if they feel sick.
  • We are providing hand sanitizing stations for market shoppers, visitors, and vendors.
  • Physical distancing between vendors and guests will be monitored


  • Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly, and avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth. We will be offering portable washrooms within the market site, and hand sanitizing stations throughout the market space.
  • If you are not able to wash your hands, use an alcohol-based sanitizer.
  • Do not handle any items you do not intend to buy. Wash your produce thoroughly.
  • If you are sick or vulnerable, please stay home and take care of yourself.
  • Maintain a safe, social distance of 2 metres from others at all times.
  • Wear a mask. While masks are not mandatory, we encourage and appreciate you taking this precautionary measure.

We thank you for supporting local and for doing your part in ensuring that our upcoming farmers market is a safe, healthy space.

Questions? Contact Yvonne at 204-895-7203 ext 212 or email [email protected].


July 17
9:00 am to 2:00 pm
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Thursday, December 23 / 10am-5pm

Shelmerdine Garden Centre Ltd.

7800 Roblin Boulevard
Headingley, MB R4H 1B6

Phone: 204.895.7203
Toll Free: 1.888.895.0032
Fax: 204.895.4372
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