History of the Market

Lynnis Royea, Market Founder

The Rosseau Market was founded back in 1999 by Lynnis Royea, a local artisan. She saw that not only in the Seguin Township, but all over Ontario farmland was being eroded by development.

A strong believer in eating and shopping locally she saw a need for an accessible venue to sustain and encourage local growers and producers. She also believed that artists and artisans should be supported so that they could live and work in their community. With the vision of selecting only the highest quality local vendors, the Rosseau Farmers Market was born.

The market is an independently run co-operative. What started as a little idea has now become a weekly summer market every Friday, featuring over 80 local vendors with new guest vendors weekly, bringing thousands of visitors to the area.

The market also now hosts an annual Thanksgiving Market on the Saturday of the Thanksgiving long weekend at the Community Hall in the village of Rosseau.

The market supports local businesses and charities and works with the Seguin Township to offer the best market experience possible. Please join us in celebrating.

Rosseau Market ~ A Muskoka Lakes Tradition

Canada Day to Labour Day - Fridays 9am - 2pm - Rain or Shine
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Rosseau Farmers Market

Rosseau is located west of Huntsville, north of Bracebridge and south of Parry Sound.

Depending on your starting point, follow either Hwy 11 or Hwy 400 to Hwy 141, then follow the signs to Rosseau. Hwy 141 goes directly through Rosseau.

The Farmers' Market is located at the end of Short Street, at the Beach/Waterfront site on Lake Rosseau, off Hwy 141 in Rosseau (at the bottom of the hill). You will see signs identifying the market.

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Canada Day to Labour Day -
Fridays 9am - 2pm -
Rain or Shine
Come by car. Come by Boat.
Come by Plane. Come by...

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