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
Wednesdays (June 20–October 3)
Saturdays (Year round)
Charlottetown Farmers Market is open Wednesdays (June 20–October 3) and 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
Winsloe United Church Goods and Services Auction
Enjoy an evening with Bobby & Arlene Roberts as Auctioneers at the Goods and Services Auction beginning at 7 pm on April 27 at Winsloe United Church, 121 Winsloe Road, Winsloe. Items to be auctioned include home baking and preserves, gift certificates for local businesses, arts and crafts, lessons, wood work, gift baskets, and more. Drinks and other goodies will be available for sale throughout the evening.
Pinch Penny Fair
Etsy Team PEI Spring Market
April 28 & 29
With over 90 vendors, Etsy Team PEI will hold their Spring Market April 28 from 10 am–5 pm and April 29 from 12 noon–5 pm at the Delta Prince Edward in Charlottetown. Admission fee is $5 in support of Kidsport.
Mikinduri Gigantic Yard Sale
St. Mark’s Yard & Bake Sale
St. Mark’s Presbyterian Church Spring Yard & Bake Sale takes place at 7 Tamarac Ave, Charlottetown, May 5 from 8:00–11:30 am.
The Annual St. Mark’s Compost Sale will be held on May 12 from 8 am–1 pm. Compost will be available in the church parking lot on 7 Tamarac Avenue, Charlottetown either by the bag or in bulk. Proceeds will be used to support the various missions at St. Mark’s Presbyterian.
Wo-He-Lo Spring Clothing Sale
Wo-He-Lo quality used clothing offers high quality, gently used spring and summer clothing for women, men and children as well as hats, ties, purses, jewellery 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 May 16 (12–4 pm), May 17 (8 am–8 pm), and May 18 from (9 am–1 pm) at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, 60 Riverside Drive, Charlottetown.
Montague Spring Book Sale
The annual Spring Book Sale will take place May 19 from 10 am–12 pm at Montague Rotary Library, 53 Wood Islands Rd, Montague. All proceeds go towards local library programming in Eastern PEI. 902-838-2928
Herb Day at Farm Centre
Zion Church Gigantic Sale
June 1 & 2
Zion Presbyterian Church will hold their Annual Gigantic Spring Sale June 1 and 2 from 8 am–1 pm. The church is located at the corner of Prince and Grafton Sts, Charlottetown. The sale has clothing, a bake sale, perennials, books and barbecue items. Proceeds support church projects.
Canoe Cove Perennial Sale
The Canoe Cove Perennial Sale will take place June 2, from 9 am–noon, rain or shine, at Inman Park in Canoe Cove. Perennials, annuals, trees, bushes, manure, compost and more will be for sale. Coffee and muffins will be available at the canteen on site. Proceeds go to maintenance and beautification of the old Canoe Cove School and for community projects.
St. Paul’s Anglican Church in Charlottetown will host a Sustainable Development Fair on June 3 from 1–5 pm at a venue TBA. This no-charge afternoon will include displays and activities provided by multiple organizations which are devoted to sustainable development concerning environment, climate, poverty, education, decent work, clean energy, equality, innovative technology, healthy communities, social justice. There will be give-aways, demon of technology, theme-related children’s activities, refreshments, and fun, family friendly activities. Businesses and non-profit organizations will have demos on how they contribute to making a more sustainable community with innovative engineering, smart construction, clean energy advances, conservation projects, equality and social-action projects, food production and growing things. Info: Carolyn Jenkins, 902-892-1691, www.stpaulschurch.ca