Farmers Markets


April 22, 2024

1. Langley Community Farmers Market – Derek Doubleday
Every Wednesday from June 5 – September 18 (3 – 7PM)

Langley Community Farmer’s Market Logo

The Langley Community Farmer’s Market began its journey as a modest gathering in 2009. Their mission is to offer local farmers a platform to showcase fresh produce, meat, dairy, and artisanal goods to our community.

Formerly situated at the KPU Campus in Langley, they have undergone a rebranding and relocated to the Derek Doubleday Arboretum in 2021, providing a more accessible venue.

Operating every Wednesday during the summer months, the market showcases the finest food and artisanal creations from the picturesque Fraser Valley.

2. Fort Langley Village Farmers Market – 9025 Glover Road
Saturdays April 6 – December 7 (9AM – 3PM)

The Fort Langley Village Farmers’ Market embodies the essence of a genuine B.C. farmers’ market, highlighting organic and pesticide-free farms alongside Certified Safe BC Prepared Food Vendors. Here, you’ll find an array of locally sourced delights, including fresh produce, field greens, vegetables, fruits, artisanal baked goods, cookies, honey, craft beers, BC wines, spirits, flavorful sauces, salad dressings, fruit jams, and pickles. All crafted with care, using produce from our cherished local farms spanning Fort Langley, Langley Township, Fraser Valley, Similkameen, Okanagan, and Creston Valley.

3. Fort Langley Night Market – Pop Up Park
Every Friday from June 28 – September 27 (5 – 10PM)

Fort Langley Night Market is a vibrant, free community event that takes place every Friday night from 5 – 10pm. Located in the historic heart of Fort Langley, the market features over 70 diverse vendors offering a variety of local crafts, artisanal goods, and delicious food options. Families will find plenty to do in the dedicated kid zone, which includes fun activities and games to keep children entertained. The market also showcases two live entertainment acts on its main stage each week, providing a lively backdrop of music and performances for visitors to enjoy.

4. iMade Local Market – Fort Langley Community Hall
September 28 & 29 (11AM – 4PM)

iMADE hosts curated events where independent local small brands, whether they’re new ventures or emerging enterprises, converge to exchange experiences, ideas, and provide mutual support. Their main goal in each community they visit is to shine a spotlight on these small businesses and show how important they are to the local area. When people buy stuff from these businesses, it not only helps them but also shows the value of supporting local shops.

At iMADE events, it’s all about having a good time and discovering new things. They also want to show how being part of a community, shopping local, and supporting small businesses all go hand in hand. By bringing these ideas together, they make sure their events are a success.