Summerside Farmer’s Market
The Summerside Farmers Market is the place to be if you are looking for farm fresh veggies, fruit, eggs, meats and cheese. Also find hand crafted home decor items, authentic Island made gifts. Enjoy some family fun in the playroom. Come by for a bite to eat and meet the locals on Saturdays from 9 am–1 pm all year round. Historic Holman building lower level, 250 Water Street, Summerside.
Charlottetown Farmers Market
Charlottetown Farmers Market is open Saturdays year round from 9 am–2 pm. Local vendors offer fresh produce, fresh Certified Organic produce, meat, fish, cheese, eggs, spices, maple syrup, baked goods, preserves, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, apple cider, ethnic foods and other prepared foods and beverages, wool products, arts and crafts, fresh cut flowers. 100 Belvedere Ave, Charlottetown. 902-626-3373
Montague Make, Bake or Grow
Murray Harbour Farmers Market
The Murray Harbour Farmers Market will operate on Saturdays from 9 am to 12 noon until October 28 at the Murray Harbour Community Centre, 1382 Main Street. The Market features local produce, art and handicrafts. Local talent and organizations will be showcased on select Saturdays. For a complete listing of the scheduled events visit their Facebook page each week.
Pop Up Farmer's Market at the PEI Farm Centre
Church Mouse Thrift Shop
Fridays & Saturdays
The Church Mouse Thrift Shop is both an outreach ministry and fundraiser for St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, Crapaud. Open Friday and Saturday mornings from 9 am–12 pm. Features twice blessed and new clothing, books, housewares, bedding and linens, books and more. Located at St. John the Evangelist Anglican Church, 391 Nelson Street, TCH, Crapaud. 902-658-3162, 902-658-2333
October 7 and 14
There will be a craft sale at Charlottetown Farmers Market on Saturdays, October 7 and 14. Masks from Africa and the South Pacific will be available for purchase and, with a little research, each has a story to tell. Proceeds go to a Cuso International project in Guyana. 902-368-7337
Jewellery and Scarf Sale
The annual Grandmothers to Grandmothers Jewellery and Scarf Sale takes place October 14 from 1–3 pm at Spring Park United Church Hall, Charlottetown. The grandmothers are gathering jewellery which is then cleaned and prepared for the sale, a big job. The scarves are easy. The group would be delighted to inherit the unwanted contents of all the jewellery boxes and scarf drawers needing a downsize. Donations of jewellery and scarves are welcomed at any time by calling 902-892-8298 or 902-566-3536 to arrange for pickup. G’Ma Circle of Charlottetown supports the Stephen Lewis Foundation.
Harvest Yard & Bake Sale
Harvest Yard & Bake Sale takes place at St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church, Roper Hall, 7 Tamarac Ave, Charlottetown, October 14, at 8:00–11:30 am. Find great deals on dishes, bedding, furniture, jewellery, lamps, decorative items, books, clothing, sports equipment, toys, garden produce, and tasty baked goods.
Wo–He–Lo Clothing Sale
October 18, 19 & 20
The Wo-He-Lo Clothing sale offers high quality, gently used fall and winter clothing for women, men and children as well as hats, ties, purses, jewelry and books. The Wo-He-Lo Club’s only goal is to raise funds for much needed medical equipment to care for PEI’s smallest patients in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at the QEH. Sale hours are: October 18 from 12 pm–4 pm; October 19 from 8 am–8 pm; and October 20 from 8 am–1 pm. Located in QEH Classroom A & B, Third Floor, 60 Riverside Drive.
Ten Thousand Villages sale
October 20 and 21
Ten Thousand Villages International Fair Trade Gift sales have crafts from over 30 countries. Sales take place at Park Royal United Church, 11 Christie Dr, Charlottetown, on September 22 from 11 am–8 pm and September 23 from 10 am–4 pm; Gordon Memorial United Church Hall, 396 Church St, Alberton, October 20 from 10 am–8 pm and October 21 from 9 am–3 pm; and St. Mary’s Parish Hall, 66 Main St, Souris, October 20 from 2–8 pm and October 21 from 10 am–4 pm. Admission is free. www.tenthousandvillages.ca
Zion Used Clothing Sale
October 27 & 28
Used clothing, accessories, baked goods and Christmas decorations will be for sale from 9 am–2 pm on October 27 and 28 at Zion Presbyterian Church, corner of Grafton and Prince Streets, Charlottetown.
Deep dish apple pie/apple sale
Until October 28
Kirk Ceilidh Fair and Luncheon
St. James Presbyterian Church’s annual fall fair and luncheon, known as the Kirk Ceilidh, takes place 10 am–1 pm on October 28, at the church, located on the corner of Fitzroy and Pownal Sts, Charlottetown. Upstairs, admission to the sale is free and includes a bake table, deli table, handcrafted items, a treasures/re-gifting table, used books, plants and dried flowers, jewelry and more. Downstairs, enjoy an eat-in luncheon, which includes fish or clam chowder, a biscuit, tea or coffee and dessert. Diners may also choose a gluten-free vegetarian soup. For advance tickets to the luncheon or info, contact the church office at 892-2839. Funds raised go to upkeep at historical St. James Presbyterian Church and its community programs.
Lovely Witches Gothic Market
The Lovely Witches Club first Gothic Market is happening October 28 in Memorial Hall at Confederation Centre of the Arts, Charlottetown. The Market takes place 11 am to 5 pm for all ages. Come check out the booths of witchy wares and treats created by local artisans. You’ll find loads of unique gifts for the lovely witches in your life. Patti Larsen, co-head witch, will be signing books and Lovely Witches Club merchandise will be available. There will be entertainment and creative demons for people of all ages. Becca Griffin of Cat’s Pajamas Productions will tell spooky stories to kids in the morning. There will be fortune tellers on hand. www.lovelywitchesclub.com
53 Annual PEI Crafts Council’s Christmas Fair
3rd Annual Hunter River Community Craft Show