The Summer Market runs from the first Saturday in May until Thanksgiving weekend from 9 am to 2 pm.
At Lalonde Park, by the waterfront, at the corner of Ste-Anne and St-Pierre Streets in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue
From Hwy 40 exit Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue. Head towards waterfront.
From Hwy 20 (from the west) Exit at Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, at bottom of the off ramp, turn right after the lights and head to the lakeshore.
From Hwy 20 (from the east) Exit at Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, at bottom of the off ramp, turn left at the lights onto St-Pierre and head to the lakeshore.
Take the 211 bus west to the final stop at Macdonald Campus. Walk west along the path toward the village. 8 minutes.
By Free Shuttle Bus:
From John Abbott College North Parking lots. Get dropped off in front of the market (20 minute scenic route)
From the Ste-Anne Train Station. Walk south towards the lakeshore. 5 minutes.
The Winter Market runs from late October until the end of April, from 10 am to 1 p m.
St-Georges Church, 23 Perrault, at the corner of St-Georges, off Maple.
From Highway 20 or 40:
Head South towards the waterfront and turn Left at Ste-Anne Street.
At Lamarche (1 block down), turn Left.
At St George turn Right. The church is 2 blocks down on the right side.
By Car or Bus: /
From Lakeshore Blvd:
Heading West after the campus Turn Right onto Maple.
At St-Georges St turn Left (at the gates).
St-Georges is there on the Left.
In 2006 the Winter Market opened in St-Georges Church Hall on St Georges street, operating from November until end of April each year. Basically, the market only closes for 3 or 4 weeks of holidays after Christmas each year.
Our mission of supporting the region's appetite for high quality local and certified organic produce has stayed front and centre, and our vendor application process is stringent. Vendor kiosks at the market are in demand and we often have no spaces available.
While the market is an important source of commerce in the town, it is also
- a gateway to our charming town,
- a place where charities and community groups can raise awareness,
- a place where arts and culture become a part of the shopping day, and
- a place of free educational workshops and cooking demos, especially during several big theme days over the season.
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