Yes we are still running, but with COVID-19, we have new measures in place. See them here.
Take advantage of our convenient and quick online market that allows customers to pick up orders at the market, avoiding vendor line ups. Our online market can be found at localline.ca/moss-street-market.
2020 is Moss Street Farmers Market’s 29th season of providing local and organic farm-fresh produce, local foods, handmade crafts, artisan clothing, inspiring services and community education to folks from the entire Victoria & area region!
Moss Street Market continues year-round!
Regular Season Markets: May through October, every Saturday, 10am to 2pm , rain or shine.
Winter Markets: November through April, rain or shine, every Saturday, 10am to 1pm. Vendors will be both outdoors, on Porter Park and the Thurlow boulevard and indoors in the Garry Oak Room (1335 Thurlow St).
Moss Street Farmers Market is a proud member of the BC Association of Farmers Markets.
Check out our market vendor list.
Plan your grocery list with the Fresh Food Calendar.
View our regular Moss Street Market Grounds Map.
Getting to the Market
We are now found spread out across the Sir James Douglas school grounds, Thurlow boulevard (East of Moss Street), and Port Park (East of Sir James Douglas school). Click here for a map.
Walk, Ride or Bus to the Market!
Parking around the market is limited. Consider walking, biking, or taking the bus to the market. The #7 bus comes right to the market, while the #11, #14, #3 will take you within a 10 minute walk of the market. Check out the BC Transit website for details.
Additional Visitor Details
Accessibility at the Market
The Moss Street Farmers Market site and washroom facilities are wheelchair and stroller accessible.
Cash at the Market
Most vendors accept credit card or debit, but not all. At this time, there is no longer an ATM at the market.
Dogs at the Market
We are pleased to allow dogs throughout the market. We ask that their people companions keep them on leash.
Waste at the Market
In the spirit of sustainability and eco-mindedness, many of our vendors do not offer plastic bags to customers (and many more are moving to no disposables at their booth at all). At the end of each market day, our market staff sort through the bins to separate the compostables, recyclables and disposable waste. It’s a big job that has a significant impact. Market visitors can help by putting waste into the proper containers, and by taking recyclables and disposables home – or avoiding them in the first place.
Please remember to bring your own reusable bags or baskets on market day.
Regular Season: Washrooms are located in the Fairfield Gonzales Community Association building.
Winter Market: In the Garry Oak Room entrance and Sir James Douglas school hallway.
Questions while at the Market?
Market staff and volunteers take care of the market Info Tent – a great place to ask questions, find vendors, offer feedback and affirmations, pick up flyers and information on coming community events, donate to the market, receive a friendly hello, or just get directions to the washrooms.