Community Market

The purpose of the Living Temagami Arts and Culture is to promote community interest, engagement, appreciation, and education in the arts, culture, heritage, local history, and other areas.

The Temagami Community Market has been a staple within our community since 2009. Originally founded through the dedicated work of amazing community volunteers, the market has grown and thrived in our region. Living Temagami took up the mantle in 2020, and is thrilled to lead the organization of these market events with the continued support of many invaluable volunteers and supporters!

At the Temagami Community Market, community spirit is in full supply! All are welcome within our family-friendly space and we encourage you to stay and meet with friends and community members as you shop.

At each market you can enjoy live music entertainment while you explore vendor tables that sell:

  • locally grown food
  • hand-made crafts
  • unique art
  • traditional local Indigenous creations
  • wood carvings
  • jewelry
  • delicious baking and snacks
  • regionally inspired gifts
  • …and much, much more!

 

Timing:

The Summer Market generally runs every Saturday in the summer throughout July and August, from 9am – 1pm.

  • Summer Market dates: First Saturday in July – First Saturday in September

 

The Winter Market generally runs on Saturdays in late November or early December, offering great holiday shopping experiences.

  • Winter 2021 Market dates: TBD

 

Location:

The Summer Market is located in the parking lot of the Temagami Train Station, 6715 Ontario Highway 11 North. This space is found beside the railway tracks in downtown Temagami.

The Winter Market is hosted at indoor, wheelchair accessible locations in our community. Often this event occurs at the Temagami Arena. Please check in November each year for more information about the Winter Market.

Living Temagami strives to create inclusive and affordable community programming for all its community members. We specifically cater towards youth, families, and senior citizens with exercise routines, group support, peer support, family events, tours,and interactive exhibits, etc.