City Market Downtown on 104 winds down summer and heads into fall at City Hall

14368295636_c50218e7f8_zAs summer winds down and fall begins, the City Market Downtown gets ready to ends its 10th summer season on 104 St and prepares to move back to City Hall for the winter.

On Oct. 18, hundreds of your favourite vendors will decamp to City Hall, where there will be activities, entertainment and all your favourite products, every Saturday of the winter months (except for Dec. 27, when vendors take a holiday break and the market is closed for that one Saturday).

Some of the exciting aspects of being in City Hall this winter include an addition to our weekly Kids’ Korner, when staff from the Art Gallery of Alberta attend to help our youngest guests showcase their creativity! This partnership is something the City Market Downtown is particularly proud of, and we look forward to the monthly visits from the Art Gallery of Alberta – your AGA!

We’ve also made some changes to our website to make the customers’ experience easier. We’ve added information on becoming a busker, as well a comprehensive list of our buskers, and additional pages on how to be a part of the market, including as a community table.  We have also added an Events page, which will be updated on a weekly basis to provide you with all the latest happenings. And, as always, our weekly vendor maps are online on our homepage. They are posted every Friday and are as up-to-date as possible.

The City Market Downtown maintains great relationships with our customers via social media  – via Twitter and Facebook, we are available to answer your questions and provide support to our vendors. And our Flickr site is a great visual representation of the market.

Join us on 104 St until Oct 11, and plan on being a part of downtown Edmonton’s winter adventures at City Hall. We are on the LRT line; there is ample indoor parking, and we are open every Saturday from 9 am to 3 pm!

See you on Saturday!

One comment

  • Merina

    The article about winding down for summer and moving back to city hall, states “every Saturday of the winter months (except for Dec. 28, when vendors take a holiday break and the market is closed for that one Saturday).” December 28 is the Sunday, so I think you mean December 27. Cheers.

    September 12, 2014

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