The Horton Farmers' Market
is a vibrant gathering place to buy fresh, local produce, socialize and experience community, the Horton Farmers' Market has been an integral piece of our local culture since 1878. Continuing the tradition started over 140 years ago, the Market will again this year offer the best fruits and vegetables, fish, meat, plants, herbs, flowers, soaps and lotions, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, artisanal foods and unique hand-crafted items our region has to offer. We strive to have only local produce and craftspeople represented, giving you a taste and experience unique to St. Thomas.
Be a part of the Market's history - meet us at the Market Saturday mornings
Mothers' Day weekend through October.
Manitoba Street, 1/2 block north of Talbot Street
St. Thomas, Ontario
Saturdays 8:00am - Noon
Horton Market circa 1965.
Photo courtesy of Elgin County Archives.
Our Mission Statement
Horton Farmers’ Market is a best-in-class market destination that promotes civic pride, shapes local culture and supports the regional economy by providing access to high quality food producers, craftspeople and artisans.