Wednesday Market in St. George's Square

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The Downtown Guelph Business Association (DGBA) is pleased to announce the return of the Wednesday Market to St Georges Square. Now in it’s 5th year, the Wednesday Market will run every week from May 24th to August 30th. Market hours are 11.30am – 5.30pm, rain or shine.  

We are seeking merchants to sell local and organic produce, fresh baked goods, gluten free items, as well as handmade crafts and clothing.  The cost is $16 per week for seasonal vendors, and $250 for the entire 15 weeks for full term vendors (payable in full before May 24th).

With 10,000 FB and 11,000 Twitter followers, the DGBA will run an extensive social media campaign leading up to and throughout the market season.  The Wednesday Market aims to attract workers on their lunch breaks to try new tastes and browse unique goods, as well as customers needing to stock up mid-week on fresh goods.

Interested ?  Please read through the rules and regulations relevant to your product (seasonal or full term) and complete the application by Friday April 21st.  Successful applicants will be notified by Wednesday April 26th.

Seasonal Vendor
(a seasonal vendor is a market vendor who cannot commit to the full 15 weeks of the Wednesday Market due to product or produce availability)

1. Seasonal Vendor Rules & Regulations
2. Seasonal Vendor Application

Full Term Vendor
(a full term vendor is a market vendor whose product is available for the full 15 weeks of the Wednesday Market).

1. Full Term Vendor Rules & Regulations
2. Full Term Vendor Application

(Successful applicants will be required to complete a DGBA Vendor Contract, provide a valid insurance certificate, and a Public Health Farmer’s Market Application). 

Please email me at [email protected] if you have any questions.

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