|For the fourth summer in a row, the Marché Sainte Anne will offer to the public the opportunity to purchase fresh products in an outdoor farmer’s market setting starting June 12th. Visitors will find organic and conventionally grown produce from local farms, as well as “artisanal” products, such as soaps, candles and pots. The market will be held every Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 4.pm., on the boardwalk, opposite the Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue point of service.
This season, the market venue was switched from the public parking lot to the boardwalk in order to accommodate more vendors and to offer a more amicable setting.
The market initiative started in the spring of 2001, when a handful of local residents from Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue decided to spice up the town by offering a place to sell locally grown products. The group’s objective is to provide the community with fresh produce and transformed products stemming from nearby farms. In the past, vendors from Île-Perrot, Senneville, Saint-Lazarre, Rigaud, Saint-Eugène, and Montreal offered a wide range of products such as fruits, vegetables, honey, meat, goat cheese, bread and natural soaps- and many other products.
Business HoursEvery Saturday from 9:00 to 16:00, from June until the end of October