The Mabou Farmers Market is a source of locally produced foods, arts and crafts. Our vendors come from local farms, market gardens, fishing boats, studios, and workshops. We’re always interested in new vendors and welcome local producers and artisans. Below you’ll find an application to join us as a vendor. Before applying you may want to review our vendor rules & regulations.

You can also view and print a pdf of our registration form by clicking here.

All fields marked with an asterisk ( * ) must be completed before sending your form.

Name & Address

Contact Information

Do you allow this information and any product photographs to be used on the Mabou Farmers Market website and social media pages?



How often do you plan to attend the Market?

If planning on attending casually, what dates to you wish to attend.

June 3June 10June 17June 24July 1July 8July 15July 22July 29August 5August 12August 19August 26Sept. 2Sept. 09Sept. 16Sept. 23Sept.30Oct. 7

How many 8x10' booth spaces will you need? (Tables are not provided)

Electricity & Other Requirements

Will you need electricity at $5 per week?

If electricity is needed, please describe the appliances below:

Do you have any special needs or requirements?


Please check the boxes for the products you plan to sell

Please provide a detailed description of the products you wish to sell:

Food Products

If you are selling food, list any Schedule A foods:

A reminder that Schedule A Food Vendors must apply for a permit through

Note that vendors of non-hazardous Schedule B foods (baking, james, candy, etc) are no longer required to obtain a permit.

For vendors of Schedule A foods. All vendors of food products must familiarize themselves and comply with the Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture's Guidelines for Public Markets.

All food vendors, whether or not you require permits, must comply with requirements detailed in the Canadian Food Inspection Agency's Guide to Food Labelling and Advertising

List any Schedule A foods and Schedule B foods:

Do you have the required permit(s)?

Permits must be displayed at each market. It is the vendor’s responsibility to be familiar with, and to comply with all necessary government permits.

Cosmetic Products

If selling soaps, salves, bath, body care and other cosmetic products:

I Agree to the above:

Craft Vendors

This section is REQUIRED for craft vendors: Please list ALL of your products in detail:

Did you make/ design your product?

If not, then who did?

Describe the steps you take to create your product.

How many of these elements are not of your own making?

Artists/ Photographers/ Authors

Are you selling your own work?

We require that you email images of your products to for review. Please send along 3 photos, no bigger than 10Mb in total size.

Please note: Even after your application is approved we would need notification of any additional product that you intend to sell throughout the season.

Website Listing

On this website,, we feature each vendor with a 100-250 word description and a photo. Please submit the description for your business, which should include: a clear description of what you sell, and contact information, so customers can reach you.


I have read and complied with all necessary government permits and regulations. I have also read the Mabou Farmers’ Market Rules and Regulations (see below), and agree to comply with them. I agree that I am solely liable for products I sell.

I understand that non- compliance with the bylaws could result in the forfeiture of my right to participate in the Mabou Farmers’ Market.

I have grown or produced all products I am selling.

I Agree *

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