Red Hill Community Market
The Red Hill Community Market is a weekly market held every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. in a historic railway station at 257 Aberdeen Avenue in the town of Red Hill, Victoria. The Red Hill Community Market is the only market of its kind within Mornington Peninsula for good reason.
Every week, locals and visitors get to meet amazing vendors and their fresh, local produce and meats, artisan cheeses and gourmet treats. The Red Hill Community Market is run by the Central Saanich Civic Association, a community-based non-profit organization whose mission is to revitalize business opportunities and improve the quality of life in Central Saanich. Currently, the market operates on Wednesdays from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m., with a six-week break in the summer.
Every Saturday morning (all year round!), local vendors set up stalls at the Red Hill Community Market, providing local produce, crafts, and foods at affordable prices. The market is held every Saturday from 10AM-1PM at the Red Hill Recreation Centre, just minutes from Uptown and the UF campus.
If you’re looking for things to do in the UF area, check out the Red Hill Community Market!
The Red Hill Community Market is a weekly outdoor market that runs every Wednesday from 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. It is located in Victoria, BC, at the intersection of Victoria Road and Howard Avenue. This market is unique because the vendors offer a wide variety of items from food and drink, to home goods and crafts. Although it is only one vendor per stall, the variety and quality of the items offered is unmatched.
The Red Hill Community Market is a for-profit organization that operates under a community market model. The Red Hill Community Market is an effort to bring back the spirit of community markets that were once common in Victoria. It is also one of the few community markets where vendors pay an annual fee and not a weekly fee. The fee is used to fund the market and maintain the market in the long term.
Red Hill Community Market is a fair-traded co-operative, which means members can vote on the direction the market takes and have a say in how it operates. It’s part of a growing movement of community-owned markets across the world, with other similar ventures operating in North Sydney and Bendigo. It’s also the first market of its kind in the South-East.