Calgary Farmer’s Market
510 77 Avenue SE, Calgary
Our market location specializes in recycled and upcycled gifts made by Canadians. We source products that make lives more sustainable everyday by offering local, unique and handmade while diverting waste from landfills. With a selection of great gifts, jewelry, bags and home decor, we also focus on maintaining affordable pricing.
Our retail kiosk is located near the North East entrance of the market. The market is open every Thursday thru Sunday 9 am to 5 pm, 50 weeks a year. Just off Heritage Drive and Blackfoot Trail you’ll find lots of convenient parking as well as bicycle racks.
Victoria Park Location
1325 1st Street, SE Calgary
Explore our new gift shop located in Victoria Park, Calgary. We’re offering all the same recycled and upcycle products as our market location plus an expanded selection of local and sustainable products and services. The focus is on Canadian makers with an extensive selection of handmade, one-of-a-kind, gifts ranging from glassware, decor, handbags and jewelry to body care, pre-packagesd chocolates and accent furniture. While you’re exploring the shop take advantage of our coffee bar and try a cup of local roasted coffee or locally blended teas.
In addition to our gift shop, you may also rent a bicycle and go on an urban adventure cycling throughout Calgary’s extensive pathway system. We are one of the few location in Calgary that offers year round rentals. Take advantage of those warm winter chinook winds and purchase one of our bicycle rental passes. During the summer months take one of our guided tours and learn even more about local art, parks, landmarks and businesses. All of our rental bicycles include helmets, locks and baskets. Call our shop at 403-263-4366 to find out more.
Our shop is conveniently located on 1 Street SE (also known as MacLeod Trail southbound). There is free customer parking for up to 90 minutes right in front of our store. The cycle track is just a block north and the Stampede CTrain station is a couple of blocks to the southeast.