An integral part of the community fabric.
Tucked between the Purcell and Rocky Mountains, the pretty little town of Kimberley hosts one of the province’s most popular farmers’ markets.
Every Thursday evening in the summer, live music permeates the tree-lined, pedestrian-only downtown street as locals, visitors, food producers, and artisans gather for the Kimberley Farmers’ Market. A saunter through the crowd reveals local bakers, farmers, visual artists and ready to eat food. Now an integral part of the Kimberley community fabric, the market has become a perfect place to stock up on the way in or out of town for the weekend.
We are grateful to be able to live and play here, and would like to acknowledge that Kimberley (k̓ukamaʔnam) and our surrounding lands are located on the unceded traditional territory of the Ktunaxa (? amak?is) Nation.
This market is selling BC vendor products through an online farmers’ market store. Shop Online Now
This market participates in the BC Farmers' Market Nutrition Coupon Program.
William Tell Family Estate
William Tell Family Estate is a mixed orchard growing a variety of apples, pears, peaches, plums, and apricots, and three types of Pinot Noir grapes. The sloping hills on the property make it one of the warmest parts of the Creston Valley. Young farmer Dave Mutch and his family sell their fresh fruit directly to local communities, and use some of their apples and pears to produce Mad Trapper Old Fashioned Apple Cider and William Tell, Sparkling Old Fashioned Apple and Pear Cider.
Find William Tell Family Estate at the following farmers’ markets: Cranbrook Farmers’ Market, Creston Valley Farmers’ Market, Kimberly Farmers’ MarketWebsite