124 Grand Market

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Welcome to the Grandest Market in Edmonton, Alberta! Find us for all your local shopping needs starting May 10, 2018! We will be operating the 124 Grand Market on Thursdays at our original location on 108 Avenue and 124 Street and a NEW* Sunday location starting June 3, 2018. Please read below for further details to help plan your trip to the market this season!

124 Grand Market

*Please Note* We will be back in our original location on 108 Avenue between 124 and 123 streets. We are an outdoor, open air market, running every Thursday evening from 4PM to 8PM May 10 to October 4, 2018.

Address: 108 Avenue (EAST SIDE) & 124 Street

Parking: If you are driving to the market FREE parking will be accessible on 123 Street on a short-term basis. Extra pay parking is located in the St. George’s Church Impark (2 Hour time limit) for patrons and shoppers. If you plan on visiting 124 Street restaurants and shops parking will be available within city patrolled stalls on side streets. We strongly encourage walking, biking or public transit. Bike mechanics will be on-site for all your two wheeled wonders and lots of bike parking is available.

ATM’s: An ATM will be provided onsite issuing only “Market Bucks” that can be spent only at the 124 Grand Grand Market locations only and never expire and directly support our Little Beans Program. The closest ATM is inside Daravara Pub.

Washrooms: Portable washrooms will be available on-site on the west end of 108 Avenue. Please refrain from using surrounding businesses facilities.

Dogs: We are a dog-friendly market place #Dogsof124

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***We respectfully acknowledge that we are located on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional gathering place for diverse Indigenous peoples including the Cree, Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway/ Saulteaux/Anishinaabe, Inuit, and many others whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to influence our vibrant community.***