2022 East Lynn Farmers’ Market

We are back in East Lynn Park on Thursdays, June-October, 3-7pm.

New this summer: The Kidpreneur Program!

The Kidpreneur Program gives kids the opportunity to gain experience being a vendor and selling their own goods at the East Lynn Farmers’ Market in East Lynn Park. The Kidpreneur Program is led by volunteer Clifton Corbin, an author and local financial literacy advocate. Clifton supervises on-site and assists the Kidpreneurs during their participation at the market.

 Program participants have their own vendor booth to sell their products on select Thursday afternoons in July and August at the East Lynn Farmers’ Market.

We are asking participants to donate a portion of their profits to a charity of their choice. Many businesses do this to support their local community and issues they care about.

Live Music

Every week we have a different musician busking at the market, representing a wide cross-section of musical genres. Musicians receive a small stipend courtesy of the Danforth Mosaic BIA. Questions about musician booking can be directed to yuri.mymarket@gmail.com

Urban Growers’ Tent

The urban growers’ tent is a place for city farmers to sell their harvests without committing to a whole market season. We look forward to welcoming a lot of new faces to the market through this opportunity. Know a grower looking for an opportunity like this? Direct them to this link: Signup for Urban Growers’ Tent

Kids’ Activities

We’re excited to have our kids’ tent back up this year! Watch for 4pm events from local businesses/organizations like Pegasus and the Toronto Public Library. Kids will also get to do weekly market crafts with our volunteers. Interested in hosting a kids activity/know someone who is? Here is our signup: Market Kids’ Activities Signup


We are always looking for volunteers to help with the setup, running, and take-down of the market. Here’s the signup: Volunteer Signup You can also email Rebecca at green@deca.to if you have any questions!


Here is our vendor line-up for the season:

Franglish Gourmet Foods will have a lovely variety of cheeses
Son-in-Law Produce Formerly Godelie Farms, Son-in-Law produce will have their delicious veggies -their corn has been a market highlight since the beginning!
Cedar Hedge Farm Chris is a market favourite for his organic veggies and plants grown on a small farm that works in harmony with nature
Warner’s Farm We are excited to welcome our new orchard vendor Warner’s Farm, who will bring cider and stone fruits every week
The Back 40 : Everybody loves Gus’s cut flowers, such as peonies, gladiolas, dahlias and sunflowers. This year he will be bringing a selection of his produce as well.
Fisher’s Field garlic: Fisher’s Field specializes in garlic using only small scale natural farming methods.
Mad Mexican Food Welcome back to Mad Mexican and their unforgettable guacamole, salsas, tortillas and artisan nacho chips.
Oys Joys Always a treat to have Olivia and her cookies, donuts, danishes at the market!
Greener Grazing Our new meat vendor promises nutrient-dense, grass finished beef raised in sync with nature
Hooked New this year: fresh fish at the market!
Stock-in-Trade Welcome back (it’s been a minute) to Stock-in-Trade and their picnic-ready sandwiches!
Nepali Momo This is the first year for Nepali Momo. Be sure to give them -and their hand crafted dumplings filled with local ingredients- a very warm welcome!
Jiggy Popz healthy homemade popsicles will be available at the market every other week.
Left Field Brewery Left Field Brewery is a small, community-minded, family-run brewery that brews a series of baseball-inspired full-flavoured beers. Alternating weeks.
Muddy York Brewing Co. An award-winning small batch brewery in the East York area of Toronto that makes fresh, local craft beer. Alternating weeks.
Red Tape Brewery. An Indigenous owned and family operated micro-brewery focusing on small batch, high quality and innovative beer. Their selection changes often so you will see different beers available on each market day. Alternating weeks.

Watch the DECA instagram for weekly updates!