This is a listing of events for our members and others interested in plant biodiversity, heritage gardening, organic gardening, and seeds. If you know of any other upcoming events, please send the information to

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Do you have leftover seeds from your seed swap or seed library?

We can help circulate them to our representatives who will put them to good use at other community seed swaps. Every week during the winter, we mail books and table-top materials to Seedy Saturdays and Seedy Sundays all across the country, so we can easily include your leftover seeds in our packages. Our volunteers will make sure the seeds get to their local seed swap tables and seed libraries, so you'll know that they won't go to waste.

Mail your leftover seeds to:

Seeds of Diversity Canada
#1-12 Dupont St West
Waterloo ON N2L 2X6

Stratford Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 17, 2019          11 to 2
The Local CFC, 612 Erie St
Stratford, ON

$2 donation for admission and to be entered into door prizes. Borrow/Exchange/Swap seeds plus visit the local seed and nursery vendors, community groups, gardening speakers, lunch cafe, and nature-based kids activities. Something for gardeners of all ages!

Vendor contact: amainland [at]
All other contact: ryan [at]

Film Screening: Modified

Sunday February 17, 2019          2 pm
Vogue Cinema
Sackville, NB

Interested in GMOs? ACORN and the Sackville Film Society present the award-winning documentary Modified - the story of a mother-daughter journey to find out why genetically modified foods (GMOs) aren't adequately labeled in the US and Canada. The screening will be followed a Q & A with the filmmaker and ACORN. Check out ACORN’s events page or Facebook event to find out more!

Save our Seed

Thursday February 21, 2019          1 pm est

Ag Canada has launched consultations on proposals to increase seed royalties either by an End Point Royalty or with Trailing Contracts. The proposed royalty scheme would have farmers who use their own seed pay millions of dollars more to seed companies every year, and make illegal the ancient practice of freely saving and reusing seed by creating new regulations under the Plant Breeders Rights Act.

In this webinar, Terry Boehm, Chair of the National Farmers Union Seed Committee and former NFU President, will explain how the proposed royalty system would harm farmers, citizens, and society in general — and what we can do to stop this from happening. The webinar will also include a Question and Answer session.

This webinar will be held on the Zoom online meeting platform. If this is your first Zoom meeting, please go to and “sign up” at least 10 minutes before the meeting starts. If you are using your smart phone you may need to download the app before you join the meeting.

Join the webinar

By computer or smart phone — click
By telephone — call 1 647 558 0588, meeting ID is 923 097 026.
Please join the webinar by 1:00 PM Eastern Time. If you are outside of Ontario or Quebec, adjust for your own time zone

To stay informed on the #SaveOurSeed campaign and farm saved seed royalty issues, subscribe to the SOS Action Group.

Toronto-North York Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 3
Toronto Botanical Gardens, 777 Lawrence Ave. E
Toronto-North York, ON

TBG’s annual Seedy Saturday and Get the Jump on Spring garden show are happening together again this year – two events in one! There will be many seed vendors, a community seed swap, workshops, talks, horticultural group exhibitors, a floral design competition and show, a café, and a big book sale of used gardening books! Admission is free, donations greatly appreciated.

Vendors please register here.

Contact: Mark: librarian [at]

Tofino Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          9 to 3:30
Tofino Botanical Gardens,1084 Pacific Rim
Tofino, BC

Friday Feb 22 to Sunday Feb 23.

The West Coast Farm & Garden Show is a grassroots, community driven event that brings together farmers, backyard growers, and food enthusiasts of our region. Through workshops and presentations, we will be providing the skills and inspiration needed to tackle the challenges of growing food on the west coast. Eating local is not only delicious, it also reduces our carbon footprint and helps support farmers in our neighbouring communities. With spring planting just around the corner, join us as we come together to celebrate the craftsmanship of local food growing.

Attendees can expect a lineup of workshops with celebrated food growing experts from across Vancouver Island. Feature events include an “Off-the-Grid” dinner with Picnic Charcuterie, a screening of “Living the Change” in partnership with Tofino Film Festival, and a “Farmed-Foraged-Found” fundraiser dinner in collaboration with Heartwood Kitchen. Parents and grandparents are encouraged to bring their children: we will have free childminding provided by Tofino Nature Kids for those attending workshops, hay rides, facepainting and other family friendly activities. Solidarity Snacks will be providing lunch, available for purchase.

Seed Swapping Table w/ Q & A Saturday and Sunday 9 to 3:30
Growers from across Vancouver Island are invited to bring their saved seeds for swapping with their fellow farmers. Organic Master Gardeners will be on site to answer any questions you may have.

More information: To see full workshops and other details

Vancouver Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 4
VanDusen Botanical Garden, 5251 Oak Street
Vancouver, BC

Hosted by Vancouver Master Gardeners.
This is the annual celebration featuring heritage seeds, fruit trees and organic gardening.

Lots of activities for all to enjoy - Meet local growers, seed company staff, bee keepers, exhibitors and local author Lori Weidenhammer and master composter Joyce McMenamon. Try your hand at the bean count by guessing the number of beans in the jar, browse through used books and magazines, buy and swap seeds, grab a bit to eat, learn something new at the VBG education table or enjoy free lectures in the Cedar Room.

Admission by donation ...........Free Parking
Donation proceeds will benefit both Seeds of Diversity & Vancouver MG Programs.

Contact: NTL234 [at]

More information:

Truro Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 2
Douglas Street Recreation Centre, 40 Douglas St.
Truro, NS

This is a free community event with donations accepted gratefully. Consider bringing along a garden tool for sharpening or some seeds for swapping.

The event will feature workshops, seeds for sale or swap, good food, great music and hands on activities engaging for all

This year our offering of workshops cover an exciting range including:
Seed Saving with Silvana Castillo
Tick Talk: Ticks and Lyme disease with Gwen Mowbrary-Cashen
Growing Mushrooms with Claude Caldwell
Low Maintenance Gardening with Marjorie Willison
Healing with Mi’kmaq Medicinal Plants with Cheyenne MacDonald
Raised Bed Gardening with Frank Cochrane
Foraging in the Yard with Cliff Serutine
Home Grown 101: the basics of growing pot at home with Av Singh

Check out the Living Earth Council Facebook page for more details

Living Earth Council
LECTruro [at]
Facebook: Living Earth Council

Kitchener Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          9 to 2:30
Library, 85 Queen St N
Kitchener, ON

The Kitchener Public Library, the Kitchener Horticultural Society, the Kitchener Master Gardeners and the Horticultural Societies of District 19, Waterloo Region are again cooperating to bring you the annual Seedy Saturday.
In addition to being able to swap seeds, attendees can purchase seeds, seedlings/plants and products from the vendors. Seed swaps have become more important for those of us concerned to have heritage seed that hasn’t been altered or modified or patent-ed. So, save your seed and bring it to the event.
There will also be lots of vendors to visit and speakers to hear. We hope the event will be even greater than 2018 and attract more than the estimated 700 people that attended.

Contact: admin [at]

More information:

Blind Bay Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          
Blind Bay Hall
Blind Bay, BC

Contact info Rebekah Smith 250 253 1414
Vendors, kids corner, free seed table and much more

Fernie Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 3
Fernie Family Centre, 521 4th Avenue
Fernie, BC

Admission by donation

Community Seed Swap and Sale

Info tables: Our Cold Climate Seed Library, Fernie Family Garden, Seeds of Diversity, Keeping Food Real (gardening workshops), Fernie Heritage Library, Valley Vitals Composting, Fernie Fresh Food Share

Features: Seedy Café, fresh popcorn from Wildsight, Kid's activities, seedy short doc film screenings

Vendors: Wildrose Heritage Seeds, A'Bunadh Seeds, Earthly Matters Vermicomposting, Naturaleza Ag microgreens, local authors

Hosted by Fernie Community EcoGarden and Fernie Family Garden

Gilles Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          12-4
Gilles Community Centre
Gilles, ON

Tyndall Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          
Tyndall Village Community Centre, 69 Pierson Drive
Tyndall, MB

9AM - 12:30 PM Seed exchange tables, displays, children`s seed planting table, Seed saving etc videos

Fairtrade bevs for sale-pls bring your own container-less of a footprint! We are looking to save any local grown veggies seeds from retiring gardners

Admission $5.00 pp Seed trade protocal - bring one packet ,take a packet, bring an amt, take same amt

For more info pls contact Jane - treelady at 204-268-3563 - Volunteers are always WELCOMED!

Hosted by EastMan Seed Savers

Yorkton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          11am to 4:30pm
SIGN on Broadway (345 Broadway Street West)
Yorkton, SK

Local seed vendors, local crafters/homesteading/canning, kids activity area, local initiatives and info booths, seed swap table and hopefully some presentations too!

Contact: Garden Therapy Yorkton - GT Bliss 306-641-4239

Fête des semences de Sherbrooke

Samedi et dimanche le 23 et 24 février 2019          
Serres St-Elie
Sherbrooke, QC

Détails à venir

Sooke Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 3
Sooke Community Hall, 2037 Shields Road
Sooke, BC

It’s time to gear up for gardening!

Sooke Food CHI presents the Seedy Saturday, Sooke’s one-day seed and local food growing event. The day will showcase a range of seed and plant vendors, a seed exchange table, plus educational displays featuring information on everything from composting, to keeping bees, workshops, and a Kids Zone for a great family-friendly event.

Admission by donation, with a suggested amount of $5.

Contact: seedysaturday [at]

Penticton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 2
Okanagan College 583 Duncan Ave. West
Penticton, BC

Lots of lovely seedy vendors, workshops, Master Gardeners onsite to answer your questions!

Proceeds from this year's Seedy Saturday will go to Seeds of Diversity and Incredible Edible Penticton.

Contact: ediblepenticton [at]

More information:

Robson Valley Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 23
Dunster Schoolhouse
Robson Valley, BC

Lunch provided - by donation
Childcare provided -by donation
Admission - by donation

Get those green thumbs itching and drive away the winter blues,
with lots of exhibits, talks throughout the day, displays of seeds and garden supplies, etc.
Featuring our Local Seed Library
Great free advice, hands-on demos, tables of free garden books and magazines, garden supply displays, and other displays.
Bring along your own seeds to share. Swap for seeds that others bring. Buy Locally Grown Seeds!
Speakers from 10am to 3pm on all subjects about gardening and growing healthy food.
A day in the middle of winter to dream and talk about this year's gardens with fellow local gardeners and seed-savers.
All Welcome!
Contact Pete for more information at:
250-968-4334 or peteam [at]

Picton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 3
PrinceEdward Collegiate Institute Gym
Picton, ON

Free admission! Enjoy refreshments while browsing the giant seed swapping table and thirty local vendors. Visit the children’s area for a craft, room to sort your seeds, and enjoy presentations throughout the day.

Email: seedysaturdaypicton@

Fête des semences de Lanaudière

23 et 24 février 2019          10h00-17h00
Salle communautaire J-Antoine Leprohon 140, rue Émélie Bolduc
Sainte-Émélie-de-L’Énergie, QC

Samedi 23 février de 10h à 17h
dimanche 24 février de 10h à 16h

Semenciers du Québec, produits du terroir, conférences, buffet du
terroir régional, activités pour petits et grands et plus encore!
Entrée gratuite.


More information:

Beaverton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 3
St. Paul's Anglican Church
Beaverton, ON

Bring and share your open pollinated seeds. Free. Guest speaker, kid's table, seed vendors and more!

Sudbury Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 23, 2019          10 to 2
Main Public Library, 74 Mackenzie Street
Sudbury, ON

10 am: What to plant, when and where with Leah Longworth
11 am: Agroecology with Fionna Tough
12 pm: Recycling Nutrients with Rachelle Rocha

$5 voluntary admission donated to help preserve heirloom and endangered seeds

Prince Albert Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 24, 2019          9 to 5
John M Cuelenaire Library, 125 12 Street East
Prince Albert, SK

Musquodoboit Harbour Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 24, 2019          9 to 1
Farmers' Market
Musquodoboit Harbour, NS

Contact Cathy Jackson
Market Manager
Farmers' Market

Oakville Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 24, 2019          10:30 to 4
Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre
Oakville, ON

Oakville Public Library is pleased to present its first ever Seedy Sunday! Come and celebrate the launch of the OPL Seed library, exchange seeds and visit with a variety of organizations all related to seeds, plants and gardening!

Cost: Free/Drop-in
Age: 18Y+

For more details on the seed library, please visit our website at starting September 24.

More information:

Kaslo Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 24, 2019          
Kaslo, BC

Lanigan Seedy Thursday

Thursday February 28, 2019          5:30 to 8:30
Lanigan Branch Library: 40 Downing Drive
Lanigan, SK

There will be a small garden talk with a question and answer session at 6:30pm. Come join us for this wonderful evening of shared gardening passion and knowledge!

Conference Calls for Seed Growers

Thursday February 28, 2019          4 to 5

This winter, the Bauta Seed Initiative is organizing monthly conference calls to foster collaboration between seed growers, farmers and organizers.

•February 28th (4-5pm): Work with others to trial, adapt and breed crops

•March 8th (4-5pm): Promote local seed with growers, farmers and chefs.

•April 11th (3-5pm): Reflecting on the 2019 Seedy Saturday season

Please RSVP with Hugo Martorell hmartorell [at] to receive the information ahead of the meeting and join via 1-888 396 8039 and the code 1593829

London Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 am to 3 pm
Carling Heights Optimist Community Centre
London, ON

Garden, Learn & Shop…

Seedy Saturday is well-known for its reputation of inspiring a passion for gardening each spring! This annual event offers the best value in town for seeds, supplies, and how-to advice for home gardeners.

Over 50 Booths – Gardening advice, educational displays, garden catalogs, supplies and services for home gardeners.

Swap Seeds – Bring your own seeds and swap for seeds that other home gardeners bring to share.

Speaker Presentations – Improve your knowledge of environmental issues and growing practices.

Stay All Day…Visit St. Anne’s onsite open kitchen! You can buy and take home Heavenly Pies.

Admission $5. Kids under 12yrs. FREE

Contact: lonmidmastergardeners [at]

More information:

Newmarket Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10-2
Newmarket Community Centre, 200 Doug Duncan Dr
Newmarket, ON

York Region Food Network will be hosting our annual Seedy Saturday event.

There will be a Seed Swap, a Seed Library, Resource area, market place, kidz korner, food, an interactive area and more this year!

Vendors are welcome to apply with Marissaw [at] , (905) 841-3101 x 205

Utopia Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          
Utopia, ON

Vendors, farmers, gardeners and more. Join us to swap seeds/roots collected during the fall Harvest. Event is supported by the Utopia Hall, Happy Hens, Grow-A-Row Plant-A-Row and Friends of the Utopia Gristmill and Park. Regular participants include Aware Essa, Marric Gardens, Moondance Organic Farm, and Bradford Greenhouse. At the end of the day you take away knowledge and seeds to start your spring/summer garden!

Richmond Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 12
Thompson Community Centre, 5151 Granville Avenue.
Richmond, BC

The Seedy Saturday will be a celebration of all things seeds and gardening. We will have local plant retailers, workshops, presenters and music. More information will be to come as we get closer to the date. We hope you can join us for our 10th annual Seedy Saturday event.

Contact: coordinator [at]

Kamloops Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 2
OLPH Parish Center 635 Tranquille Rd
Kamloops, BC


Local, Heritage and Heirloom Seeds available.

Organic Gardening Supplies, Soil Amendments, Tools, Resources.

Community Groups and Workshops


Local Guest Chef

Childrens Activities


Admission $2 per person. Seniors, Students or Transit Pass holders No Charge

Contact: info [at]

Regina Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          
St. Paul’s Cathedral, 1861 McIntyre Street
Regina, SK

The theme of this year’s event is Building Community Through Gardening. Our communications sponsor is Benchmark Public Relations. We offer a Seed exchange, garden design assistance, kids’ area, presentations, and seed vendors.

Ottawa Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 3
Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre, Britannia Park, 102 Greenview ave.
Ottawa, ON

Take the bus # 16, stops at the door

Calling All Gardeners!
Eager to get back in your garden?
This annual seed exchange and sale will feature an organic mini-market, garden talks and workshops, a swap table and organic snacks.

While your gardens sleep under their blanket of snow, why not come out for a visit?

Workshop seating is limited, so come early!

Free admission – free workshops

10:30 All about Cucurbits: Everything you need to know to grow (and seed save) squash, cucumbers, pumpkins and zucchini! Jim- Notre petite ferme - Our Little Farm

11:30 Spring planting of garlic. Updated from my previous presentation.
Paul Pospisil- Garlic News

12:30 10 meter diet Tom Marcantonio

13:30 Bees in the city. Marianne- Gees Bees

Contact: Greta Kryger at greta [at]

Ladner Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 3
All Saints Anglican Church, 4755 Arthur Drive
Ladner, BC

Seed Swap, Various Garden Themed Vendors plus two very
informative Speakers
Admission by donation

Speakers: Amanda Jarret ( subject topic not available yet)
Kristin Crouch " " "

Contact: Sharon Hagel, 604-946-8308 (please leave a message) or sharonhagel [at]

Comox Valley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 3
Florence Filberg Centre, Courtenay
Comox Valley, BC

Admission $5

Sointula Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          
Finnish Organizational Hall
Sointula, BC

Fête des semences de Québec

samedi et dimanche 2 et 3 mars 2019          
Université Laval, Québec
Québec, QC

Détails à venir


Brockville Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 2
Brockville Memorial Centre, 100 Magedoma Blvd
Brockville, ON

Brockville will be celebrating our 5th annual Seedy Saturday this year!
Free seed exchange and kids' activities. Local garden clubs and market vendors.

Brandy Smith
Community Engagement Coordinator
Brockville Public Library

Contact: brandy [at]

Prince George Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 2
Knox United Church 5th and Brunswick
Prince George, BC

Hosted by Prince George Master Gardeners

Admission by Donation

Speakers presenting on Increasing Tomato Production, Growing Garlic, Winemaking 101, Garden Soil.
Seed and Book Swap and Sales, Trade Show, Lunch Concession.
Visit ‘PG Master Gardeners’ FB page for updates.

Sault Ste. Marie Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 3
Sault College-Essar Hall - M Wing,
Sault Ste. Marie, ON


Come swap or purchase seeds from local gardeners. Visit environmental, food security and gardening displays and vendors and listen to speakers throughout the day. Drop off labelled seed envelopes for sorting between 10 am – 11 am. Seed exchange will be held from 11:15-12:15 pm. Don’t miss our tasty refreshments, fun children's activities or the chance to win one of our numerous door prizes! Admission by donation. Free parking. Contact Suzanne Hanna at (705) 943-2207 wildgardener [at]

Golden Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 3
Lion's Den, Golden Library basement
Golden, BC

By donation entry and workshops.

Montague Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          1 to 3
Montague Rotary Library
Montague, PE

Seed Saving Workshop/Exchange

Similkameen Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 2, 2019          10 to 3
Cawston Community hall 2119 Main St. Cawston
Similkameen, BC

Everyone Welcome to this non profit Community Event. Admission and Lunch by donation.Speakers from 11am-2pm on gardening/seed saving, master gardeners and local nursery will answer your gardening questions.
Local organic/sustainable vendors/farmers, local seeds for sale as well as swap/trade/free.Sponsored by the Gristmill and Gardens at Keremeos.

Ottawa Valley: Pembroke Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 3, 2019          10 to 3
Rankin Culture and Recreation Centre, Rankin Rink Road
Ottawa Valley: Pembroke, ON

Contact: darleytricia [at]

Lillooet Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 3, 2019          11 to 4
Lillooet & District REC Centre
Lillooet, BC

"Bringing People Together"
Seed swap and sales, Seed Library, winnower, local organic/sustainable vendors, display tables, Rainshadow Cafe, Raffle, Admission by donation, children free.

For more information please contact Candice 778-870-7154
or lillooetfoodmatters [at]

Moose Jaw Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 3, 2019          10 to 2
Moose Jaw Public Library 461 Langdon Cres
Moose Jaw, SK

Nanaimo Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 3, 2019          10 to 3
Nanaimo District Secondary School 355 Wakesiah Avenue Nanaimo (corner of Wakesiah and 3rd) Take exit #18 off the Parkway
Nanaimo, BC

$3.00 (under 12 free)

Inquire at jelda1 [at]

The purpose of Seedy Sunday Nanaimo is to educate and engage the community in the preservation of heritage seeds through an annual seed exchange event. The Seedy Sunday event is a vital element in the cultivation and co-creation of sustainable communities. This event includes a seed exchange, educational workshops and displays that foster home gardening, local agriculture and sustainable practices which do not rely on the use of toxic chemicals.
Everybody is welcome to attend this popular annual event. Trade or purchase organic and non-hybrid seeds, native plants, bee houses, rain barrels and other tools for self-reliance. There will also be an activity centre for kids! Bring your own seeds to the seed exchange table.

This popular event, which is put on by the Nanaimo Foodshare Society and the Nanaimo Community Garden Society, traditionally takes place on the first Sunday of every March, just in time for gardeners to pick up a great variety of seeds, seedlings, and other gardening material and supplies. The focus is on, but not limited to, organic, heritage and heirloom seed varieties. Attendees should be sure to bring their own well marked seeds to trade at the seed exchange table.

10:30- Dave Bodaly
Indigenous Lands and Food

12:00- Jen Cody
Seed Saving

1:30- Joyce McMenamon
Backyard Composting

10:45- Marcus Lobb
Seedling Starting -How to raise healthy seedlings on a budget!

12:15- Mathilde Gordon
Reducing Plastics in your garden

1:45- Rose McCulley
Mason Bees – How to care for these wonderful pollinators

11:00- Sunshine Goldsberry
Grow, Dry and Use Herbs
12:30- - Michael Geselbracht
Food Foresting- a Tale of Beaufort Park

2:00- Chris Brown
Year around Garden Development and restoration

Naramata Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 3, 2019          11 to 3
Columbia Hall, 455 Ellis St
Naramata, BC

Free workshops, information tables, kid's activities,

Contact: 250-490-5761

More information: Naramata Slow Facebook

Perth Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 3, 2019          10 to 3
Perth Civitan, 6787 County Rd 43
Perth, ON

Free gardening workshops, lunch available

Conference Calls Between Seed Growers

Friday March 8, 2019          4 to 5

This spring, the Bauta Seed Initiative is organizing monthly conference calls to foster collaboration between seed growers, farmers and organizers.

•March 8th (4-5pm): Promote local seed with growers, farmers and chefs.

•April 11th (3-5pm): Reflecting on the 2019 Seedy Saturday season

Please RSVP with Hugo Martorell hmartorell [at] to receive the information ahead of the meeting and join via 1-888 396 8039 and the code 1593829

Saskatoon Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 3
Station 20 West – 1120 20th Street W
Saskatoon, SK

Break your winter dormancy and usher in
spring! Join CHEP Good Food Inc. for our
21st Annual Seedy Saturday Seed Exchange
and Eco-fair featuring:
• seed swap
• over 25 vendors of natural and local goods
• live music
• children’s activities
• gardening workshops
…and much more!
Admission $2, Children free. Cash only event.

Cambridge Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 12
rare ECO Centre, 768 Blair Rd, Cambridge
Cambridge, ON

Our Seedy Saturday will be a fun, free event where you can swap and exchange seeds! You’ll find exciting seed varieties that other seed savers are sharing and meet fellow gardeners. We encourage attendance whether you are a first-time gardener or a seasoned expert.

Please bring small, well-marked packets of vegetable, herb, and native seeds. If you don’t have any seeds to contribute to the exchange, come anyway! Some people will simply share their seeds and the interesting stories that come with them.

Enjoy light refreshments.

For more information, contact rare’s Gardens Coordinator at taryn.jarvis [at] or (519) 650-9336 ext 115.

This event is FREE

Kingston Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 3
LCVI high school, 153 Van Order Dr
Kingston, ON

Come celebrate local seeds! Learn how to save your own seeds, swap seeds with others and visit our local seed vendors-activities for the whole family!

Suggested donation of $2 at the door.

kingstonseedysaturday [at]

Langley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 2
KPU Langley, 20901 Langley Bypass
Langley, BC

In tandem with the Langley Community Farmers' Market!

Free garden and seed workshops
The KPU seed library
Seed vendors
Gardening resources
Family activities
Contact: agriculture [at] or 604-546-0337

New vendors welcome!

Enderby Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 4
Splatsin Centre
Enderby, BC

25th Annual Shuswap Seed Swap and Natural Living Fair

We are excited to celebrate 25 years of seed saving. There will be a seed swap room where people can donate and sign out seeds. Several local seed companies will have seeds for sale and there will be a selection of vendors with sustainable and natural living products. We will be offering free workshops during the day. We will have displays showing the history of Shuswap Seed Savers and honouring one of our founding members, June Griswold. More information is available on our website:

More information:

Hillsborough Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          11 to 4
Hillsborough Farmers Market, 2807 Main St. Hillsborough
Hillsborough, NB

Join us for our 2nd annual Seedy Saturday and Garden Expo hosted by Foods of the Fundy Valley!

This free event will include seed sellers, garden related local businesses and organizations and a seed swap table along with workshops throughout the day.

5$ will get you a bowl of delicious soup from the famous Foods of the Fundy Valley Soup Bar!

More information:

Fëte des semences de Verdun

Samedi, 9 mars 2019          10h00-15h00
Verdun, QC

Prenez de l'avance sur l'été et venez rencontrer des semenciers et fournisseurs de produits de jardinage biologique à l'occasion de la Fête des semences de Verdun ! /// Get the jump on the season and come see local seed vendors and organic gardening suppliers during the Verdun Seedy Saturday!

Échange de semences / Seed Exchange
Plusieurs semenciers / Many Seed Companies
Entreprises écologique de la région / Local Ecological Companies
Conférences de jardinage et semences / Gardening workshops

Plus de détails à venir / More information to come!

Contact: tereska [at]

Cobble Hill Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 2
Cobble HIll Hall, 3550 Watson Av
Cobble Hill, BC

More information: facebbook: /cobblehillseedysaturday

Brampton Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 3
Century Gardens Rec Centre, 340 Vodden St
Brampton, ON

The Brampton Horticultural Society partnering with the City of Brampton will be hosting the seventh “Seedy Saturday” and Gardening Show.

Activities and Events to Enjoy:

• Seed exchange and Swap If you have seeds to share, or would like seeds (vegetables, flowers, trees or herbs) from fellow gardeners.
• Visit more than 30 vendors to include seed vendors, artisans, educational displays, environmental & historic exhibits
• Kid’s Zone for children accompanied by an adult
• Get expert advice from Horticultural Societies and Master Gardeners
• Attend one or more of our free workshops: 10:15am to 3pm approx.
• Enjoy our Seedy café
• Collect seed catalogues and used books
• Free Admission
• First 100 visitors receive a free plant

Speaker Presentations – A great opportunity to improve your knowledge of environmental issues and growing practices.

10:10 - 10:50 am Seed Basic 101 Julia Dimakos
11:00 - 11:45 am Homesteading, not just Hippies with cell phones Sentimental Farms
12:00 - 12:45 pm Vegetable Gardening from the ground up James Graham
1:00 - 1:45 pm Gardening for Birds and Butterflies & Beyond TRCA
2:00 - 2:45 pm Coyotes and Wildlife in Brampton Animal Service Brampton

Contact: spraggett.c [at]

North Shore Vancouver Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 2
North Shore Neighbourhood House
North Shore Vancouver, BC

The annual North Shore Seedy Saturday is back! This is the place for gardeners, farmers and growers to swap seeds, chat with your neighbours and learn about growing on the North Shore!
-Free event
-free seeds and seed-swap table (If you would like to bring seeds to swap, please make sure they are packaged and labelled before the event. You are not required to bring seeds to attend the event.)
-community booths
-speakers and workshops
-kid-friendly activities
-coffee, tea and refreshments available for purchase

Contact: admin [at]

Central Algoma Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10-3
Central Algoma Secondary School in Desbarats
Central Algoma, ON

Admission by donation
Seed Swap, seed sales, 3 major presentations, oodles of vendors and environmental agencies, nutritious lunch available, school greenhouse tour and soil lab. Sales include plants, honey, beekeeper supplies, maple syrup, Farmers' Market and Mennonite produce.

For more info, contact seedysat [at] (705 782-0732) or visit our Facebook page @ CentralAlgomaSeedySaturday

St Andrews Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          2 to 4
All Saints Anglican Church Hall at 75 King Street
St Andrews, NB

Call 506-529-4982 or 529-3629.

Maynooth Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          11 to 2
Old Community Centre downtown
Maynooth, ON

Sherwood Park Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          11 to 4
Glory Lutheran Church 22577 HWY 16
Sherwood Park, AB

Join us for a day of gardening, learning and fun.
- Free information talks
- Wide variety of vendors and information booths
- Swap table: seeds, plants, garden books, garden magazines, cook books, pots/containers, also welcome any other gardening related items that are clean and in good repair such as tomato cages, stakes, row labels, and garden tools. Let's keep usable items out of the landfill!
-Draws for door prizes.
-Concession - Stay for lunch! All proceeds go to the church youth group to pay for their youth group activities.

***New For This Year***
Recipe wall! Bring a copy of your favorite recipe to put on the recipe wall. Everyone can use their phones to take a picture of the recipes that interest them and print off at home. Just one more great way our community can share and take care of one another.

FaceBook event Page

Chilliwack Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          10 to 2
The Local Harvest Market, 7697 Lickman Road
Chilliwack, BC

Valley Permaculture Guild's Fourth Annual Seed Swap in Chilliwack!!

Come learn about gardening, Valley Permaculture Guild's initiatives, and The Local Harvest Market.

We'll have local experts on hand to answer your growing needs.

Bring your kids and go for a tour of the farm, visit the pigs and the chickens, and check out local handmade goodies!

Check out our facebook event's page:

Email for more information: hello [at]

Charlottetown Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          1 to 3
Confederation Centre Library
Charlottetown, PE

Seed Saving Workshop/Exchange

Robert's Creek Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          11 to 4
Masonic Lodge
Robert's Creek, BC

Seed exchange, food, kid's activities, speakers, booths.

9 am to 9:45 am: Speaker Mojave Kaplan " How to plant seeds in the community to plant seeds "
10 am to 10:45 am: Rupert Adams will talk about " growing herbs and medicine in the garden "

Kimberley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          12 to 4
Kimberley Library, 115 Spokane St
Kimberley, BC

The Kimberley Seed Library, stocking many local plant favourites, will be available for browsing, lending and contributions. Local gardening experts will be on hand, sharing information about flower, fruit and veggie varietals that grow well in our mountain climate. This event is a friendly drop in gathering open to gardeners of all ages: children are welcome!

LEARN about cold-climate varietals

BORROW from the Kimberley Seed Library

CONTRIBUTE your seeds

Contact: Andrea Chapman 250.427.2535

Deep River Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 9, 2019          11 to 2
Deep River Library Program Room 55 Ridge Road
Deep River, ON

The Deep River & District Horticultural Society will be hosting a seed exchange: A great opportunity to trade some seeds. Bring what you’ve saved and go home with some new seeds!
Local, organic and native seeds; cuttings, bulbs and more; gardening book and magazine exchange; kids' activities; guest speakers.

Admission fee: donations to the food bank gratefully accepted.
For more information, please contact Susan Miller: ianmuir [at]

Kelowna Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 10, 2019          10 am to 3 pm
Parkinson Recreation Centre
Kelowna, BC

Fee: Adults $2, Children under 12 Free
Parking: Free
All your favourite Vendors, Free Master Gardener Workshops and children’s activities.

Contact: kelownaseedysunday [at]

More information:

Peterborough Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 10, 2019          12 to 5
Emmanuel East United Church
Peterborough, ON

Join us for our 14th annual Seedy Sunday! A wide range of locally grown seeds and information from locally community groups will be available to help you say good-bye to winter and welcome in spring!

Facebook event

Web link:

Contact: urbantomato [at]

Indian Head Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 10, 2019          1-4
Heritage Club 505 Otterloo Street
Indian Head, SK

Fête des semences du Saguenay

10 mars 2019          
Saguenay Lac-St-Jean, QC

Infos à venir

Squamish Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 10, 2019          10 to 2
Brennan Park Recreation Centre, 1009 Centennial Way, Squamish,
Squamish, BC

Entry $3 (free for kids, students, seniors, and those with bus passes)

Hosted by the Squamish Climate Action Network. We have seed and plant vendors from all over BC, our mobile seed library, kids activities, garden experts on hand, and a free seed swap. 400+ participants.

We are looking for vendors! Please email Michalina at michalinahunter [at]

More info at

Alberni Valley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 2
Char's Landing 4815 Argyle Street, Port Alberni
Alberni Valley, BC

Our theme is Grow Your Own.
Co-sponsored by Women's Food and Water Initiative and Alberni Valley Transition Towns Society.

Wear your GREEN for St Patrick's Day!

Contact: Jen Fisher-Bradley wfwi [at]

Calgary Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 3
Hillhurst Sunnyside Community Association
Calgary, AB

Mark this on your calendar and don't miss out on the most fun day of the year, for everything to do with gardening, healthy yards and seed saving! Please invite your friends!

The event will have displays by:
• Local seed savers, prairie seed companies, native plant collectors, conservation groups, community gardeners, organic growers, permaculture groups

• Seed exchange table, refreshments, presenters, kids corner

Calgary Seedy Saturday is part of the worldwide Seedy Saturday/Sunday events that celebrate open-pollinated seeds. Calgary Seedy Saturday is keeping the skill of growing from seed to seed alive in Calgary. As large commercial seed companies consolidate and only offer more hybrids and patented varieties, we are increasingly losing the regionally adapted collections that have developed in our unique prairie climate.

Contact: calgaryseedysaturday [at]

Bradford Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          9:30 to 3:00
Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library 425 Holland St. W.
Bradford, ON

The BWG Seed Library in partnership with the Bradford West Gwillimbury Public Library will be presenting its inaugural Seedy Saturday! Free admission.

BWG Seedy Saturday will include local vendors, community groups, workshops, and children's activities.

Contact: seeds [at]

Powell River Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          9:30 to 2:30
Powell River Rec Complex
Powell River, BC

Contact: Ellen gmofreeseed [at]

Vernon Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 3
Vernon Recreation Centre 3310 37th Ave
Vernon, BC

SENS (Sustainable Environment Network Society) invites you to join us to celebrate seeds, gardening, bees, local food and community.

-Locally grown heirloom seeds, starts, plants and garden products
-Locally produced food, honey and more.
-Free community seed exchange
-Educational displays
-Children's activities
-Inspiring speakers

Admission is by donation ($2 suggestion)

Creston Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 1
Farmers Market, CDCC
Creston, BC

The Dan McMurray Community Seed Bank will be having a Seedy Saturday Lots of locally grown vegetable seeds available by donation. Contact dmseedbank [at]

Fête des semences de St-Vallier

Samedi le 16 mars 2019          
St-Vallier, QC

Infos à venir

Durham Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 2
Durham Town Hall 185 George Street West
Durham, ON

Please join the Durham & District Horticultural Society and the West Grey Library for our 3rd Annual Seedy Saturday.

At 11 AM Guest Speakers Hunter Dickson and Alison Stewart will be giving a presentation on collecting, saving, starting and growing your own plants from seed.

Our event will feature a seed swap, vendors offering plants, heritage seeds & garden accents & gardening advice. Bring along the kids for a free planting station, crafts and story time with the library. Members will be hosting a bake table. Take home a delicious treat to enjoy while you dream about your gardening season!

For more information please contact Sue Papineau at 519-369-9975 or Email: susan.papineau [at]

Centre Wellington Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 2
Aboyne Hall at the Wellington County Museum
Centre Wellington, ON

Centre Wellington is excited to be hosting a community Seedy Saturday again this year with your support.

There will be seed and garden related vendors, and a childrens activity area.

Contact: 519-843-4337 or SeedsCW [at]

More information:

Cobourg Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 2
Villa St Joseph Ecology and Spirituality Centre 445 Monk Street
Cobourg, ON

Our speaker this year is from the Kenhteke Seed Sanctuary at Tyendinaga in Prince Edward County.

As agricultural people, the Mohawk have had a tradition of seed saving as part of their way of life. Our speaker will talk about the spirituality and worldview that encompasses their seed saving as well as the Seed Sanctuary and Learning Centre that they are setting up.

Once again there will also be vendors at our event.

Contact: David at wintertime23 [at]

Toronto-Downtown Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10 to 2
Scadding Court, 707 Dundas St W
Toronto-Downtown, ON

Seedy vendors, urban agriculture community organizations, workshops and tours of our aquaponics system

For more information, contact Katie McLeod at katie [at] or 416-591-7384 ext. 402

Cornwall Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          10:30 to 2:30
Cornwall Benson Centre, located at 800 Seventh St W
Cornwall, ON

Transition Cornwall+ and All Things Food are hosting the 5th Annual Cornwall Seedy Saturday.

Free for Attendees! Donations welcome.

Workshops and Children's Activities Included.

To register for a vendor or exhibitor booth, please visit the online registration form below or email kathleen.rendek [at] Registration ends March 6th.

More information:

Breadalbane Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 16, 2019          3 t0 5:30
Breadalbane, PE

Ask a Beekeeper: Pollinator Plants

Saturday March 16, 2019          2 to 3:30
Nith Valley Apiaries 1041 Christner Road
New Hamburg, ON

Cost: $10

This talk will be an interactive discussion of plants that are beneficial to pollinators and how to incorporate them into your home gardens and container gardens. Bring your questions and get answers directly from a beekeeper! Round-table style discussion will provide opportunities to network with the other local gardeners in attendance, while guidance from your beekeeper host will keep discussion flowing. Your host will also be ready to share about their favourite pollinator plants and recommendations based on their experience in their own pollinator patch.


Edmonton Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 17, 2019          11 to 4
Central Lions Seniors' Recreation Centre 11113 113 St
Edmonton, AB

We'll be in the same large gym on the north side of the building, with extra rooms for talks, demos and eating. Meat Street Pies will again bring their food truck and this year we'll have coffee, tea and baked goods for sale.

You can visit for info. on who's coming and speakers, etc... We'll update this as things are finalized.

If you need more information, don't hesitate to call me at 780-439-8954 (cell during the event 780-885-9854)

Contact: edmontonseedysunday [at]

Toronto-Central Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 17, 2019          
Evergreen Brickworks, 550 Bayview Av
Toronto-Central, ON

We will be having 3 great workshops 1) Micros greens from BUFCO from 11 -12, just in time for legal cannabis growing..Author/Cannabis growing specialist Matt Mernagh will be doing a workshop on in home cannabis growing from 12:30-1;45...closing the workshops is Author Lara Lucretia who will be discussing balcony gardening and signing her new book from 2-3. All workshop leads will also have tables during the event.

We will have children's programs lead by Ojibiikens which is a first nations non profit organization based and Up4Challenge which is more engineer based crafting for children. We will have River Rising Ambassadors onsite as well.
This year our seedy event at Evergreen Brick Works will also be showcasing our food waste reduction programs. We have 2 programs that focus on reducing our food waste. Our fist program that has been going on for over 5 yrs is our Worm Wrangler program. This program has 26 bins of worms working their magic on our food scraps. There will be tours of our Worm wranglers room. The worms make between 5 to 10 kgs of Woop per week We call the finish product WOOP.
Our other program is called Compost Crew and have revamped our children court compost area and our Indigenous garden compost area. All of our compost is pesticide free and organic as we use it in our gardens onsite as well .By donation the public can purchase the finish product.

Both groups use the food waste from Staff at EBW,Cafe Belong, Events, Visiting school programs and the public.
We take our food waste serious and are doing our best to make a difference.

Contact: icrosby [at]

Duncan Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 17, 2019          10 to 2
tentative: Si'em Lelum Gymnasium 5574 River Road
Duncan, BC

$2 admission.

Lumby Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 17, 2019          10 t0 4
Whitevalley Community Center (next to Rink & Library)
Lumby, BC

Lumby Natural Living & Seed Swap

Door admission $2.00
Donations accepted for the Lumby Foodbank.

Please contact Natalie Fleming @ 250-306-7838 for vendor information & booking your table.

Quadra Island Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 17, 2019          12 to 2
Community Centre
Quadra Island, BC

Beeton Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 to 3
D.A. Jones Branch Library, 42 Main Street West
Beeton, ON

Beeton Seed Library in partnership with the Beeton Horticultural Society and the D.A. Jones Branch Library presents the second annual Beeton Seedy Saturday!

Join us in beautiful Beeton as we celebrate seeds, gardening, healthy eating and community! Beeton Seedy Saturday will include a community seed exchange, local vendors, expert talks, as well as children’s crafts. Free admission.

Contact: Graeme Peters at gpeters [at]

Quinte West Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 to 2
Prince Charles Public School, Trenton
Quinte West, ON

Campbell River Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 to 1
Campbell River Community Centre
Campbell River, BC

Seeds, plants, gardening expo and information. Lil’ Sprouts corner for children and much more. If you are interested in participating as a vendor or helping us with a demo, please contact Karen Chappell (250) 286-5306 or karen.chappell [at]

Cost: Vendors
Community Groups – Free
Commercial Business - $25 for 10X10 Space (table provided if needed)

Registration available online at, by telephone (250) 286-1161 or (250) 923-7911 or in person at the Community Centre or Sportsplex.

FREE Entry for Shoppers

Upper Stweiacke Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 am to 2 pm
Upper Stewiacke Fire Hall 5336 Hwy 289
Upper Stweiacke, NS

Stewiacke Valley’s 2nd Annual Seedy Saturday & Healthy Living Event
Presented by Cochrane Family Farm
Free Admission
Larger space, Seed Swap**Workshops ** Vendors ** Information Booths, light lunch and baked goodies available for purchase

More information can be found on Cochrane Family Farm Facebook page or to register as a vendor contact us at 902-671-2378 cochranefamilyfarm [at]

Red Deer Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 to 5
Red Deer College (Cenovus Learning Common)
Red Deer, AB

as part of the annual EcoLiving Fair + Workshops presented by Peavey Mart

more details TBA

Contact: info [at]

Fête des semences de Val-David

samedi le 30 mars 2019          10h00 - 16h00
l’église de Val-David, 2490 rue de l’église
Val-David, QC

En ce début de printemps, l’esprit des jardiniers se réveille en nous tous!

Venez à la Fête des Semences de Val-David et découvrez les semenciers biologiques du Québec! De plus, des entrepreneurs laurentiens offriront des conférences permaculturelles. Apportez vos semences, car un échange aura lieu. Ambiance champêtre avec musique traditionnelle, ateliers parents-enfants, goûtés, breuvages et produits locaux seront au rendez-vous.

Commencez à temps vos semis et démarrez en beauté votre jardin!

Entrée gratuite.

Site internet:

Toronto - Parkdale Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          11 to 4
Toronto - Parkdale, ON

Greenest City presents Parkdale Seedy Saturday

Niagara North Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 to 3
St. George’s Anglican Church, 83 Church St, St. Catharines
Niagara North, ON

The Master Gardeners of Niagara present:
Niagara North Seedy Saturday

Free Parking in the rear

Admission is FREE! Non-perishable food items will be accepted and appreciated.

Seedy Saturday Activities:
Main Hall:
There will be a host of speakers and presentations on: seed starting, vermicomposting, growing veggies, native plants, and more!

The Master Gardeners will be available in an advice clinic, so bring your garden questions!

There will be a raffle for Garden goodies, sponsored by Stokes Seeds.

Swan Room:
SEED SWAP! Please bring your non-GMO open-pollinated seeds in envelopes, clearly marked.

Children’s activities: we’ll be making birdhouses, painting rocks & pots, and planting!

Organic snacks & beverages will available for purchase.

Contact: NiagaraNorthSeedySaturday [at]

Erin Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          11 to 3 pm
Erin United Church, 115 Main St.
Erin, ON





North Battleford Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          12 to 4
Don Ross Centre Craft Room: 891 - 99th Street
North Battleford, SK

Contact: director.mwfr [at]

Summerland Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 23, 2019          10 to 3
Summerland Ornamental Gardens
Summerland, BC

Meadow Lake Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 24, 2019          12 to 4:30
Meadow Lake Senior's Activity Centre, 406 - 5th Ave W
Meadow Lake, SK

Meadow Lake’s 2nd Annual

Swapping seeds is an efficient way to garden, bring any extra seeds you have and exchange for ones you need! Remember to date and label seeds!

This is a come and go event that is open to all. Come shop, swap and learn! Displays, vendors, speakers, with snacks & refreshments available, free admission!

Presentations start at 1pm and will run throughout the afternoon with time to browse, shop and swap seeds in between.
Special Guest speakers will include Heritage Seed Expert Rachelle Ternier with Prairie Garden Seeds, sharing her experience.
Composting Made Easy – Methods and Benefits
Gardening – Benefits, Health and Welfare of Individuals and the Community!

This event is sponsored by:
Meadow Lake Home Hardware Building Centre, and the Community Initiatives Fund.

For More Information, or if you are interested in having a table at this event, contact Pat Morley Willow Creek Community Garden Coordinator at 306-236-3462 or email kpmrly [at]

Innisfil Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          10 to 3
Innisfil ideaLAB & Library, Lakeshore Branch, 967 Innisfil Beach Road
Innisfil, ON

Innisfil Seed Library in partnership with the Innisfil ideaLAB & Library and the Innisfil Garden Club presents the 3rd annual Innisfil Seedy Saturday! Free admission but donations always appreciated. Also accepting non-perishable food donations for the Innisfil Food Bank.

Innisfil Seedy Saturday includes seed vendors, community groups and businesses, a community seed swap, expert talks and demos, kids' crafts, and onsite lunch for purchase. The Innisfil Seed Library also reopens for its 4th season.

Follow us on social media:

Contact: Contact: Bridget Indelicato at info [at]

Toronto East-Scarborough Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          11 to 4
Blessed Cardinal Newman High School, 100 Brimley Rd South (south of Kingston Road)
Toronto East-Scarborough, ON


East Toronto's own event with an annual seed exchange, heirloom seed vendors, gardening booths and advice, environmental organizations, Nature and Park groups ,green living ideas and great workshops on growing and living sustainably. Over 50 exhibitors and many workshops.

For more info contact scarboroseedysaturday [at] or view (and please LIKE US at )

Fête des semences de la Montérégie

Samedi et dimanche 30 et 31 mars 2019          10h00 à 16h00
Cégep Édouard-Monpetit, 945, chemin Chambly,
Longueuil J4H 3M6, QC

Détails à venir
Pour plus d'informations:

Contact: onoel [at]

Haldimand County Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          9 to 2
Mckinnon Park Secondary, 91 Haddington St. Caledonia
Haldimand County, ON

This year the Caledonia Horticultural Society would like to invite one and all to our 3rd annual Seedy Saturday. We have a big event planned with a new, larger location, more vendors, and new this year, Franky Flowers will hosting one of his fabulous workshops. Come out and get all your gardening seeds, bulbs, soil amendments and more. There will be workshops through out the day, interactive garden stations, a cafe, and student tours of the school greenhouse. For more information please email hanna [at]

Owen Sound Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          10 to 1
Owen Sound & North Grey Union Public Library, 824 1st Avenue West
Owen Sound, ON

Join us at the Library for our 3nd Annual Seedy Saturday!

Guest Speaker Vicky Thompson of the Grey County Master Gardeners at 11 am
“Best Practices for a Healthy Garden”


●Seed Swap ●Vendors ●Refreshments ●Plants ●Seed Lending Library ●Gardening Expertise ●Local Growers ●Door Prizes ●Kids planting station

●Fun for the whole family!

For more information please contact Carolin Brooks at cbrooks [at] or 519-376-6623 ext. 214

Stony Plain Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          10 to 3
gym at the PERC building
Stony Plain, AB

Our event will include various speakers, local agri-businesses, seed sellers, related non-profits, and a small concession. We will have door prize raffles and a kids’ activity as well. It’s a great event for the whole family
Jennifer Burns-Robinson
Organic Master Gardener Administrator
Multicultural Heritage Centre
Box 2188, 5411-51 Street
Stony Plain, AB T7Z 1X7
780-963-2777 (Tuesdays only)
jennifer [at]

Orillia Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          
Fairgrounds Farmers' Market, 4500 Fairgrounds rd
Orillia, ON

Ph/Text: 249-385-5549

Guelph Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          10 to 4
Dublin Church, 68 Suffolk St
Guelph, ON

There will be a full day of workshops and presentations on the theme of Resilience. Vendors and interest group booths.

More information:

Lethbridge Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          1 to 4
Lethbridge Senior Citizen's Organization Gym 500-11 St S
Lethbridge, AB

We will have exhibits, workshops, activities and a seed swap table. Admission is Free.

Pemberton Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 30, 2019          11 to 3
Pemberton Downtown Barn
Pemberton, BC

Free Admission

Come on down to the Pemberton Seedy Saturday hosted by the Pemberton Farmers' Market.
Vendors, workshops, children's activities, live music and of course the Seed Swap table where you can take your excess saved seeds and swap with our stock and that of other community members. We look forward to seeing you!

Market Manager - Pemberton Farmers' Market
Cell: 604-966-4422

Mississauga Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          9 to 3:30
Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga, 84 South Service Road, Mississauga
Mississauga, ON

Seed exchanges, vendors, exhibits and free workshops for adults and youth at our 15th Annual Seedy Saturday. All are welcome. Visit our Cozy Café for nutritious and tasty treats.

Contact: or the church at 905-278-5622

Clearwater Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          10 to 2
Clearwater Ski Hill Lodge
Clearwater, BC

Contact: schoolcreekfarm [at]

Surrey Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          11 to 3
Stewart Farm, 13723 Crescent Road
Surrey, BC


604 592-6956

Vendors interested in participating should contact us at stewartfarm [at]

Clare County Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          10 to 2
Rendez-vous de la Baie. At the University Sainte Anne
Clare County, NS

Rooted in Clare Garden Club in partnership with Festival de Clare-te is hosting this year’s Seedy Saturday. There’s going to be seed vendors, plant and veggie vendors plus guest speakers for a fun filled day. Free admission.

Guest speakers will be in the morning and presented in English. Carol Goodwin Dalhousie Master Gardener professor and Marilyn Gray who is a Natural Health Practitioner. She is an expert in wildcrafting.

Then a live recording of Jardinons en Sante and that will be in French.

The Lisa T. Cafe will be open.

Contact: springpeeperfarm [at]

Fête des semences (et horticole)

Samedi et dimanche 6 et 7 avril 2019          10h00 - 16h00
125 Morgan, .
Coaticook, QC

Expo horticole (depuis 22 ans) jumelée à la Fête des semences (8 ans) à visiter.

Ce sont les étudiants de Production horticole, horticulture-jardinerie- fleuristerie et d’aménagement paysager qui montrent les réalisations qu’ils ont effectués dans le cadre scolaire de leur formation.

La visite est gratuite.

Seront proposés aux visiteurs des semences de légumes, de fleurs et des produits cosmétiques réalisés à partir de plantes.

Bienvenue à tous

More information: Crifa de Coaticook

Wiarton Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          10 to 3
Wiarton Arena and Community Centre
Wiarton, ON

The Wiarton and District Agricultural Society is excited to host their first Seedy Saturday!

Theme: Permaculture

Seed exchange with local growers, vendors, and artists. Kid friendly event.

Contact: Caleb Hull crrhull [at]

Peachland Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          10 to 2
Peachland Community Centre
Peachland, BC

Bathurst Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 6, 2019          2 to 4
North Tetagouche Rec Centre
Bathurst, NB

There will be:
- information about the Bathurst Seed Library
- opportunity to swap seeds
- presentations by local farmers
- booths from different farms and local businesses about gardening/plants

Contact: steadyspadefarm [at]

Cherryville Seedy Sunday

Sunday April 7, 2019          10 to 4
Cherryville Community Hall, 157 Northfork Road
Cherryville, BC

Cherryville Natural Living & Seed Swap

Door admission $2.00
Donations accepted for the Cherryville Foodbank.

Please contact Natalie Fleming @ 250-306-7838 for vendor information & booking your table

Reflecting on the 2019 Seedy Saturday Season

Thursday April 11, 2019          3 to 5

This spring, the Bauta Seed Initiative is organizing monthly conference calls to foster collaboration between seed growers, farmers and organizers of Seedy Saturdays.

Please RSVP with Hugo Martorell hmartorell [at] to receive the information ahead of the meeting and join via 1-888 396 8039 and the code 1593829

Wolfville Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 13, 2019          8:30 to 1
Wolfville Farmers' Market, 24 Elm Ave
Wolfville, NS

Celebrate the Seed at the Wolfville Farmers Market

Join us for a fun-filled Market day full of seeds, plants, art, and information on seed diversity and the value of seed saving. Kids of all ages are invited to an interactive seed game. Be sure to bring your seeds to swap at the Community Seed Exchange Table. Everything starts with a seed!

Contact: communications [at]

Westport Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          10 to 2
Knox Presbyterian Church
Westport, ON

Contact: heritage

Toronto-Central East Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          1 to 4
Marc Garneau Collegiate Institute, 135 Overlea Blvd. (In the Cafetorium)
Toronto-Central East, ON

Huntsville Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          
Huntsville, ON

Caledon Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 27, 2019          12 to 3
Caledon Public Library, Albion Bolton Branch, 150 Queen Street S., Bolton
Caledon, ON

Join us to celebrate our inaugural Seedy Saturday. There will be a seed library, seed swap, horticultural groups, local community environmental groups and businesses and activities for the whole family. A hands-on demonstration at 2 pm by The Gardening Girl, Julia Dimakos who will show you how to plant and transplant seeds. Bring the whole family to pick up tips to start your own garden. Event is in partnership with Caledon Public Library, Albion Hills Community Farm and Bolton & District Horticultural Society. Seed donations to our Caledon Seed Library are welcome! Free admission.

For more information please contact: Laura Nolloth at lnolloth [at]

Toronto-West Seedy Saturday

Saturday May 11, 2019          9 to 1
The Assembly Hall 1 Colonel Samuel Smith Park Drive
Toronto-West, ON

Annual Plant, Seed & Tool Exchange ECO Community Event

Contact: Info [at]