Thank you, everyone for a wonderful season this year!
The farmers aren’t quite done yet though! Locke Street Farmers’ Market is still your place for fresh, local produce in November and December!

* Backyard Harvest (until November 12th or later depending on weather)

* Drummond Farms/Belvedere Orchards (until December 17th)

* Jerry’s Berries (November 26th until December 17th)

* Manorun Organic Farm (until November 19th)


Here are some great photos of our farmers and food vendors at Locke St Fest last weekend! Thanks to everyone for braving the weather and supporting the Locke Street Farmers’ Market at the festival! We had a fantastic time!

Russ of Backyard Harvest

Rosie of Beasley Pet Co.img_8539

Hugh of Drummond Farms

Laurel of Foundry Ice Cream

Jerry of Jerry’s Berries

Keshia of ManoRun Organic

Daniel of The MindFull Kitchenimg_8548

Sharon & Kenton of Richardson’s Farm & Marketimg_8559

Please welcome our newest member to the market this week Beasley Pet Co.!

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Vendor Profile:

Beasley Pet Co. is a new breed of treat that spoils pets rotten without any nasties.

Beasley Pet Co. make everything themselves, so they know exactly what ingredients are used. All of their treats are made with 100% human-grade meat, without any preservatives or additives,
made locally in Hamilton, Ontario.

Their treats are dehydrated for a long shelf life. Popular with dogs and cats, these vitamin-packed snacks make ideal training aids and nutritious treats for furry friends.

Follow Beasley Pet Co. on Facebook, instagram and twitter!


Beef Lung w treats

All three


We’re thrilled to have Locke Street Native Plants at market, starting with our grand opening last Saturday, June 11th.

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Specializing in Pollinator Plants for the Hamilton Area

Locke Street Native Plants is dedicated to greening the Head of the Lake one pot at a time to help local bees, birds and butterflies.
Locke Street Native Plants specializes in native pollinator plants (wildflowers, sedges, grasses and shrubs) that are custom grown from local seed sources.

Their catalogue includes over 50 species from popular native perennials like wild geranium, solomon’s seal, black-eyed susan, virginia mountain mint and butterfly milkweed to uncommon species like purple joe-pye weed, early goldenrod, spikenard, woodland sunflower and hoary vervain.

Locke Street Native Plants is owned and operated by Paul O’Hara. Paul is a local field botanist, landscape designer and native plant gardening expert who has operated Blue Oak Native Landscapes (www.blueoak.ca) in Hamilton since 2004.

They are also available by appointment at 113 Locke Street North near Victoria Park, from May to October.

Email blueoak@sympatico.ca or call (905) 540-9963 to book an appointment.

Locke Street Native Plants


Father’s Day is right around the corner!
We have all the ingredients for Dad’s special day.


Saturday June 18th
260 Locke Street
9AM to 2PM

It’s only 5 more sleeps until our grand opening on Saturday!
We’re kicking off the season with a Strawberry Social!

There’ll be local seasonal produce, fresh flowers, native plants, baked goods, vegan treats, ice cream and wine from our vendors, plus drinks and food from Bread Bar! And of course strawberries!
And the market runs until 2PM!

Locke Street Farmers’ Market Grand Opening
Saturday June 11th
9AM to 2PM
260 Locke Street South






We’re delighted to welcome back Luisa of Il Convento this season to the Locke Street Farmers’ Market!


Luisa Di Marcantonio the founder of the “Il Convento” brand was born in Canada to Italian immigrants from the region of Abruzzo in Italy. Proud of her Italian heritage, Luisa learned to bake and cook from her mama Annunziata and a convent she visited in Italy. Her mama was an inspiration; she cooked everything from scratch including bread, cookies, pastas… Amaretti are a family favourite and a specialty of her mama.

The name “Il Convento” was selected because it embodies real and simple food that was made by the convent and Luisa’s mama. This inspirational “Villa Serena” convent is located in Signa, Italy in the Tuscany region. It was run by Luisa’s great aunt, a nun affectionately known as “Zia Suora”. The meals at the convent were simple, yet spectacular.

Amaretti – almond, chocolate almond, orange, hazelnut, hazelnut chocolate, coffee flavours
Brutti Ma Buoni – crunchy chewy hazelnut cookie and an almond version
Nocciolini – hazelnut shortbread
Biscotti – Hazelnut chocolate
Biscotti – Hazelnut cinnamon
Hazelnut Brittle
Almond Brittle

– Torta di Mele or Apple Cake – will use local apples and other fruit in season ie pears, peaches, plums…
– Crostata or a window pane cake topped with various jams
– Torta di Gianduia flourless chocolate hazelnut cake

Truffles (possibly)
Torrone (possibly)

Passione Il Convento Torta di Mele

Choco Hazelnut in pan