Seedy Saturdays and Events

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

Toronto-North Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 22, 2020          10 to 3
Toronto Botanical Garden, 777 Lawrence Ave. E.
Toronto-North, ON

As usual, our Seedy Saturday is combined with our Annual Get the Jump on Spring event. The dual events typically bring in well over 1000 people each year. In addition to Seedy Saturday vendors, exhibitors and seed exchange, there will be workshops and demonstrations, horticultural groups and vendors, draw prizes, a silent auction, a used gardening book sale, and food options.

Contact: Mark Stewart, librarian [at], 416-397-1375

More information: Here’s our event page on Facebook:

Cook's Creek Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 22, 2020          9 to 3
Cook's Creek community Centre, Zora Rd & PTH 212
Cook's Creek, MB

Seed exchange, displays, 2 seminars 9-1pm
In celebration of Manitoba's 150 th Birthday in 2020.

KEYNOTE SPEAKER - 1PM Dr. Gordon Goldsborough, Historian, Topic - History of Agriculture, Horticulture in Manitoba

Bring your Open Pollinated seeds for exchange!
We also encourage you to bring your own beverage container & bags to keep carbon footprint to minimum!

Contact: treelady [at]

Creston Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 22, 2020          10 to 1
Creston and District Community Complex
Creston, BC

The Dan McMurray Community Seed Bank will have Seedy Saturday at the Creston Farmers' Market again this year. Seeds of over 35 varieties of tomatoes and many other vegetables. Free admission, seeds by donation. Contact dmseedbank [at]

More information:

One Seed, One Community Launch Party

Saturday February 22, 2020          2:30 to 3:30
Idea Exchange Preston 435 King Street East
Cambridge, ON

Celebrate the launch of One Seed, One Community by enjoying musical performances, participating in family fun, and picking up free seeds to plant, harvest, enjoy and give back to the community over the course of the program.

Facebook event:

Contact: ecampbell [at]

Yorkton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 22, 2020          11am - 4pm
Dreambuilders High School, 345 Broadway St.
Yorkton, SK

No cost to attend - donations including non perishable food items accepted. Cash donation sent to Seeds of Diversity and food items donated to the school.

Contact: Stacey Tress 306-641-4239

More information:

Lanaudière Seedy Saturday

Feb 22-23, 2020          
Salle Jean-Antoine Leprohon, 140, rue Émélie Bolduc, Sainte-Émélie-de-l’Énergie
Lanaudière, QC

La Fête des Semences de Lanaudière 2020

Samedi 22 février de 10h00 à 17h00 + soirée en musique
Dimanche 23 février de 10h00 à 16h00

Au programme:
Marché public
Échanges de semences
Buffet du terroir
Ateliers et conférences

Informations :
info [at]

Manitoulin Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 22, 2020          10 am - 2 pm
Tehkummah Triangle Club
Manitoulin, ON

3rd Annual Tehkummah Seed Exchange
This one-day garden extravaganza includes:
- Live music
- Local craft and food artisans (Uncle B's Chiles and Etc., @Our Garden, Heartwood Mushrooms, Heartwood Kombucha, Lobo Loco Alpacas, Feather & Fern Studio Suite)
- Gently used garden books for sale by Tehkummah Township Public Library
- Gardening advice from The Island Gardener
- Video workshops and short documentaries
- Cafe and coffee bar

Guest speaker: Peggy Baillie of Three Forks Farm on Regionally Adapted Seed Varieties - 1 pm

Bring your kids and learn to make seed paper with Flint and Flora at 11 am.
Stomp your feet, dance and enjoy live music by Maranger String Instruments
Stay for lunch and enjoy our pop-up Seedy Cafe offering healthy snacks and a delicious hearty meal.
Free admission and door prizes for the first 15 visitors.
Come on over

Contact: Anastasia (705) 822-3780

Cawston/Similkameen Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 22, 2020          10am – 3pm
Cawston Hall
Cawston/Similkameen, BC

Contact: Okanagan Seed Savers at okanaganseedsavers [at]

Oakville Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 23, 2020          10 to 3
Queen Elizabeth Park Community and Cultural Centre
Oakville, ON

Oakville's 2nd Annual Seedy Sunday!

Join us Sunday February 23, 2020 from 10am to 3pm at Queen Elizabeth Park Cultural Centre for a gardening event inspired by Seeds of Diversity Canada. This event will celebrate gardening focused on sustainable, local practices and products including:

*Huge seed swap all day with Oakville Public Library
*Heirloom and heritage seed producers and vendors
*Speakers, garden tool swap and gardening book swap
*Seedy Cafe
*Kids Activity Centre
*Opportunities for meeting and networking with other gardeners and experts

A wealth of information, lots of like minded folks and good vibes!

A Free event for everyone. Please bring a donations of a non-perishable food item.


Contact: grow [at]

More information:

Kaslo Seedy Sunday

Sunday February 23, 2020          10am-1pm
Kaslo Heritage Hall
Kaslo, BC

Get seeds, bedding plants, soil mix and other local goods. Enjoy lunch and snacks at the Seedy Cafe. Two workshops, 11am, Home Cheesemaking; 12pm, Meadow Making on Kootenay Lake.

Contact: bcseedysaturdays [at]

Kitchener Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          9:00 to 2:30
Kitchener Public Library, Queen St
Kitchener, ON

Seed swap and lots of seed and garden vendors.
Free seminars.
Q&A with Master Gardeners
Hosted by the Kitchener Horticulture Society

Facebook event:

Contact: brucemacneil2001 [at]

More information:

Sault Ste. Marie Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          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 or wildgardener [at]

More information: Facebook event:

Toronto-Parkdale Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          11 to 4
Parkdale Library 1303 Queen St West (west of Dufferin)
Toronto-Parkdale, ON

Seedy Saturday and Green Fair
Organized by Greenest City and Toronto Urban Growers
Your chance to meet other gardening aficionados in your neighbourhood, exchange or buy seeds, see demonstrations and gather ideas.

Contact: rhonda [at]

More information:

Gillies Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          12:30 - 4
Gillies Community Centre
Gillies, ON

1-1:45 Monarch Butterflies
2-2:45 Permaculture Gardens
3-3:45 Bees in the Garden

Various garden, community, ecological booths.
Door prizes $2 admission
Seed Swap and Sales all day
Savoury & Sweet treats for sale
Garden Book & Magazine Swap

All proceeds support Gillies Community Centre!

Contact: alegriafarmandgarden [at]

More information: Facebook event:

Beaverton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          9:30 to 2:30
Beacan Church 413 Simcoe St
Beaverton, ON

The event is co-presented by 3 horticultural societies
Cannington Horticultural Society
Beaverton Horticultural Society
Georgina-Brock Garden Club

More information: or facebook

Penticton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 am - 2 pm
Okanagan College (Jimmy Pattison Centre), 585 Duncan Avenue West
Penticton, BC

15th Annual Penticton Seedy Saturday 2020
Supporting Incredible Edible Penticton Society

(Admission by donation)

• Free workshops
• Bedding plants & perennials
• Organic & heritage seeds
• Local agricultural products
• Inspiring speakers
• Door prizes
• Free parking and more

Speakers Schedule:
10:15 - Candace Moon (Stellar Ground)
Planting and harvesting by the Moon phases

11:15 - Ella Braden (Incredible Edible Penticton)
Fruit tree pruning, training and espalier

12:15 - Chris Mathieson (Grist Mill and Gardens Historic Site)

1:15 - Eva Durance (First Things First Okanagan)
Basic principles of Xeriscaping

Contact: ediblepenticton [at]

More information:

Robson Valley/Dunster Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 to 3
Dunster Schoolhouse "Downtown Dunster"
Robson Valley/Dunster, BC

Sponsored by
Open Gate Community Garden

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 seed saving, 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 Amyoony for more information at:
250-968-4334 or peteam [at]

Sooke Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 to 3
Sooke Community Hall 2037 Shields Road, opposite the Legion on Eustace Rd
Sooke, BC

Gear up for Gardening at Sooke’s 11th annual Seedy Saturday!

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,educational displays and a Kids Zone for a great family-friendly event.

Interested in Volunteering? Watch for more info or send an email to info [at]

More information:

Truro Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 to 2
Douglas Street Recreation Centre at 40 Douglas St.
Truro, NS

It is wheelchair accessible. It is hosted by Living Earth Council. There will be workshops tba.

Picton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 to 3
Prince Edward Collegiate Institute (gymnasium) 46 Barker St,
Picton, ON

Contact: seedysaturdaypicton [at]

Vancouver Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10am - 4pm
Van Dusen Botanical Gardens, 5251 Oak St.
Vancouver, BC

It’s time to start dreaming about seeds for your garden. The place to get seeds from BC growers is our own Seedy Saturday.

Our vendors are organic growers from BC so you know the seeds are grown in conditions similar to your garden. So plan to come to Seedy Saturday in the Floral Hall, enjoy a few lectures, buy some seeds & plants from local vendors, talk to the growers.

Hosted by Vancouver Master Gardeners

Admission by Donation – Free Parking
Donation proceeds will benefit both Seeds of Diversity and Vancouver MG Education Programs.

More information:

Brampton Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 am - 3 pm
Century Gardens Recreation Centre, 340 Vodden St E
Brampton, ON

The Brampton Horticultural Society and the City of Brampton presents their eighth Annual Seedy Saturday & Garden Show

 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: 30 am to 3pm approx.
 Invasive plant and wildlife information
 Enjoy our Seedy café
 Collect seed catalogues and used books
 Free Admission
 First 100 visitors receive a free plant

Seminar Schedule:
 10:30 am -11:15 am "Why Waste Matters"  Nancy Lotecki-Neely, Zero Waste Caledon

 11:30 am -12:15 pm "Gardening with Emma" Emma Biggs, horticultural writer and broadcaster

 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm "Trees, Bees & Other Things" Brian Millward, Stewardship Coordinator, LEAF

  1:30 pm - 2:15 pm "Edibles in Urban Landscapes" Steven Biggs, horticultural writer and broadcaster

Well visited in 2019 - over 800 participants
Supported by Seeds of Diversity

Contact: bramhort [at]

More information:

Sorrento Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          10 am until 3 pm
Sorrento Memorial Hall, 1150 Passchendaele Rd
Sorrento, BC

Seed Swap

Almaquin Highlands/Burk's Falls Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          9am - 1pm
Burk’s Falls Food Bank (205 Yonge St., lower entrance)
Almaquin Highlands/Burk's Falls, ON


Have you been shocked by the continuing higher costs of food? Try growing your own! Once again we are holding the Almaguin Highlands Seedy Saturday.

February 29 will be the sixth year for the Almaguin Highlands Seedy Saturday from 9 am to 1 pm, this year at the Burk’s Falls Food Bank (205 Yonge St., lower
entrance). Our theme this year is “Leap into Food Security". We will continue to have different varieties of non GMO/hybrid seeds of various plants, flowers, vegetables and herbs for sale or to exchange with your seeds (plus free seeds). There will be a free draw of garden items and books. Plus get free fact sheets to help create your garden. Some free garden books will also be available.
Last year’s theme was “Feeling Pinched, Grow Your Own”.

And, again later in the year we will be holding smaller pop-ups through the area, at Food Banks, Churches, Agriculture Societies and Horticulture Societies.

More information: Including seed info viability, SS history, etc.

Saint Andrews Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          2 to 4 pm
Anglican church hall, 75 King Street
Saint Andrews, NB

The 17th annual Saint Andrews Seed Exchange will take place this year on Saturday, February 29th, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Anglican Parish Hall, 75 King St. in Saint Andrews.

Join your fellow plant and garden lovers at this year's Seedy Saturday. There is no admission charge and no charge for the seeds. (Donations will be gratefully received to help cover the cost of renting the parish hall.)

Susan McDonough will be on hand to demonstrate how to grow roses from seed, and indoor winter greens.

You don’t have to bring seeds, but you are encouraged to bring extra seeds of some of your favourite varieties. Lots of flower, vegetable, herb and tree seeds are usually available, but please do bring seeds if you have some to share--the more the merrier. Seeds should be viable and no more than a few years old. Mark them with the name of the crop and the specific variety. Also note the year they were collected or purchased if you know that. Bring samples of your favourite seed catalogs too, to help you inform other gardeners about promising varieties that have done well in your garden.

And, please, do spread the word about Seedy Saturday to all your fellow gardeners!

For more information, call Mike at 506-529-3629 or Sue at 506-713-6382.

Kemptville Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          11-3
Kemptville Greenhouse, 75 Campus Drive
Kemptville, ON

- Seed Swap
- Vendors
- Kids Area
- Gardening Info & More!

Contact: Kemptville Gardeners kemptvillegardeners [at]

More information: Facebook

Cortes Island Seedy Saturday

Saturday February 29, 2020          1pm – 4pm
1255 Seaford Rd, Mansons Landing
Cortes Island, BC

Get ready for the growing season with an afternoon of seed swapping, garden talk and community.

Contact: bcseedysaturdays [at]

Sudbury Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 1, 2020          9:30 - 2:30
Tom Davies Square, 200 Brady St
Sudbury, ON


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

Guest speakers
10:00am: “Unusual, Strange, Bizarre and Unconventional” with Hugh Kruzel
11:00- 12:30am: “Saving Seeds in an Urban Environment” with Jill Bishop, from Urban Tomato, Peterborough ON

Brought to you by Sudbury Shared Harvest and Seeds of Diversity

Nanaimo Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 1, 2020          10am – 3pm
Nanaimo District Secondary School, 355 Wakesiah Ave
Nanaimo, BC

Contact: bcseedysaturdays [at]

West Coast Farm and Garden Show

Friday to Sunday March 6-8          
Tofino Botanical Gardens
Tofino, BC

The Tofino Community Food Initiative will be hosting our seedy event.

West Coast Farm and Garden Show
March 6-8

Contact: leah [at]

More information:

Cambridge Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to noon
rare ECO Centre, 768 Blair Rd
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.

Contact: taryn.jarvis [at]

Prince George Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          
Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church 3590 Dufferin Ave at Ospika Blvd.
Prince George, BC

Ottawa Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 3
Ron Kolbus Lakeside Centre, Britannia Beach, 102 Greenview ave.
Ottawa, ON

Contact: grethesgardens [at]

North Shore Vancouver Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 2
North Shore Neighbourhood House, 225 East 2nd St
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! Located at the North Shore Neighbourhood House.

- entrance by donation!
- free seeds!
- workshops!
- community booths!
- locally made bread and baked goods from Bad Dog Bread!
- kid's activities!

Workshop from Hives for Humanity! It's only $5 and you can register here: or on our website

Contact: admin [at]

Regina Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          
St. Paul’s Cathedral, 1861 McIntyre Street
Regina, SK

The them of the event in 2020 will be Sustainability in the Home and Garden.
Seed exchange, gardening and kitchen tool exchange, heirloom seeds, and gardening advice will all be available.

Sharon Pratchler (306) 539-5892

Contact: sharonandtom [at]

London Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10am-3pm
Carling Heights Optimist Community Centre, 656 Elizabeth St.,
London, ON

SHOP local vendor marketplace for seeds, supplies and garden décor. LEARN from regional gardening experts at the all-day speaker’s series including Sean James at 10:30 a.m. 'What We Used To Kill', Julie Dorssers at 12:00 p.m. "For The Love Of Trees", and Brenda Gallagher at 1:30 p.m. "Invasive Species Problems". Meet London’s garden community enthusiasts! Practical advice and how-to GROW gardening techniques. Annual SEED Exchange! Enjoy St. Anne’s pies at the café and so much more.

Admission $5.

Children under 12 FREE

More information:

Port Credit Seed Library Re-Opening and 5th Anniversary Celebration

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 am - 2 pm
Port Credit Library, 20 Lakeshore Road East
Mississauga, ON

Seed Library Grand Re-Opening
Launch your 2020 gardening adventures with us! Borrow seeds, meet community partners, and grow your gardening skills in our drop-in workshops.
Port Credit Sat Mar 7 | 10 am-2 pm

Starting From Seed
Jumpstart your food garden by learning simple and cost-saving techniques for growing successful seedlings to produce all summer long! Presented by Ecosource. 45 min.
Port Credit Sat Mar 7 | 11 am

The Buzz on Wild Bees
Endangered wild bees are vital pollinators for food crops and native plants. How can we save them? Dr. Sheila Colla shares how to spot misleading “bee-washing” and take real conservation action. Presented by the Native Pollinator Research Lab, York University. 45 min.
Port Credit Sat Mar 7 | 12 pm

Contact: maria.pakulnicka [at]

Shuswap/Enderby Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 4
SPLATSIN COMMUNITY CENTRE 5767 Old Vernon Road, Enderby
Shuswap/Enderby, BC

Featuring over 100 vendors. Food court, live entertainment and many activities for the whole family. Presentations and workshops on Seeds, Food Security Issues, Sustainable living and more. Free seed swap and access to the Shuswap Seed Library. Vendor applications available on website.

Contact: shuswapseedsavers [at]

More information:

Ladner Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 3
All Saints Anglican Church, 4755 Arthur Drive
Ladner, BC

Seed Swap, Various Garden Themed Vendors plus 2 very informative speakers.
Admission by Donation

Our Speakers will be: Julia Common - representing "Hives for Humanity" and Brian Campbell - Master BeeKeeper

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

Langley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 2
Derek Doubleday Arboretum, 21559 Fraser Highway
Langley, BC

Join us for seed purchases, a seed swap, gift basket draws, guest speakers, live music and more. Conveniently located on Fraser Highway, there is lots of free parking and a local food truck for lunch onsite.

Gardening questions? We will have all the experts on site. Make sure you don’t miss out.

Contact: agriculture [at]

Brockville Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 1
Brockville Memorial Civic Centre 100 Magedoma Blvd,
Brockville, ON

Seed sharing, kids activities, talk to our resident expert Master Gardener; meet local gardeners and garden clubs; shop seed and farmer's market vendors, garden supply shops, and more!

Organized by Brockville Public Library and Transition Brockville.

Comox Valley/Courtenay Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 3
Florence Filberg Centre
Comox Valley/Courtenay, BC

Gardening Trade Fair and Seed Exchange
Admission is $5 and free after 2:00
10:30 Speaker - Fiona Chambers - A plethora of perfect potatoes. Learn about breeding new varieties of potatoes.
12:30 Speaker - Arzeena Hamir - How to keep fresh green veggies on your table year round.
Vegetarian lunch and home made baked goods at the Seedy Café.

Contact: cvseedsavers [at] or jennyg33 [at]

More information:

Erin Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 3
Erin United Church, 115 Main Street
Erin, ON

Expect vendors of seeds and gardening needs, kids crafts, gardening advice, used gardening book exchange, a seed exchange table and the Erin Seed Library.
Free Admission
Contact jenedwardss [at]

Upper Tantallon Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          12 to 4
St. Luke's United Church, 5374 St. Margaret's Bay Rd
Upper Tantallon, NS

Leap into Growing!
Details tba.

Contact: SMBGardeningClub [at]

More information:

Newmarket Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10 to 2
Newmarket Community Centre, 200 Doug Duncan Dr
Newmarket, ON

Seed Stories: Building Communities

York Region Food Network will be hosting our annual Newmarket Seedy Saturday event! Bring your packets of seeds, a seed story to share or friends to check everything out with!

- Seed Exchange
- Speakers & Workshops
- Seed, Garden and Craft Vendors
- Resource Table
- Delicious Food, Coffee, Tea, Hot Chocolate & Water
- Kids Corner – Children’s Activities
- Launch of the ‘Seed Stories: Building Communities’ Zine

Check back soon for our full event schedule and list of vendors

Contact: jessicat [at], (905) 841-3101 ext. 208

Visit our website and follow us on social media to stay up to date:

Fête des semences de Québec

7 et 8 mars 2020          
Québec, QC

Hillsborough Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          
Hillsborough Farmers Market, 2807 Main St.
Hillsborough, NB

Free Admission
Seed Swap Table
Local Seed Companies
Garden Related Vendors

Lisa Brown, Farmer Browns Greenhouse: Preparing Your Garden
Bob Osborne, Cornhill Nursery: Flowers
Frank Cochrane, Cochrane Family Farm: Top 5 easiest seeds to save
Maurice Leger, Pumpkin Hill Farm: Hand Tools for the Market Garden

Contact: Angela MacDougall angela.macdougall [at]

Charlottetown Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          1-3pm
Confederation Centre Public Library
Charlottetown, PE

Workshop at 1 pm
Seed exchange at 2 pm
Carina Phillips will be leading the seed saving workshops.

More information:

Cocagne Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          10:00AM - 12:00PM
Center 50, 10 Villa Street
Cocagne, NB

The Pays de Cocagne Sustainable Development Group in collaboration with the `In Giardino`garden club invites you to a seed swap.
Introduction to seed saving
If you do not bring seeds to exchange, but you want to take seeds, admission is $ 5
Please bring your seeds to exchange, clearly identified.

More information:

Amherst Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          1 - 4pm
150 Church St
Amherst, NS

Utopia Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 7, 2020          9am - 2pm
Utopia Hall, 8396 6th Line
Utopia, ON

Join the gardening crowd as we get ready for the growing season ahead.
Admission is free.
9 am - Toast & Coffee/Tea
10 - 11am - Seed Swap! Bring some seeds to trade
9am - 2pm - Exhibits, Presentations, Children's Activities and Refreshments
-Seed and garden supply vendors selling quality seeds
-Free garden workshops and educational demonstrations throughout the day
-Opportunities for meeting and networking with other gardeners and local gardening businesses

Contact: Steph McCann slmhm68 [at]

More information: or call 1-877-571-GROW (4769) or 705-737-9821

Kelowna Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 8, 2020          10 to 3
Parkinson Recreation Centre, 1800 Parkinson Way
Kelowna, BC

The Okanagan Master Gardeners invite you to attend their 7th Annual Seedy Sunday.
Visit organic seed vendors, Master Gardener Seed Swap Table, participate in Free Children’s and Adult workshops. Food trucks on site, plus a whole lot more.

Admission: Adults $2.00, children free
Free Parking
Cash Only

Rachael Fleming 🐝
OMG MGABC Rep/Past President
Email: coronation [at]
Phone: 250-762-2975

More information:

Ottawa Valley Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 8, 2020          10 to 3
Rankin Culture and Recreation Centre, 20 Rankin Rink Road
Pembroke, ON

The 13th Annual Ottawa Valley Seedy Sunday.

Lillooet Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 8, 2020          10 am to 2 pm
REC Centre Gym
Lillooet, BC

Admission: free. Donations welcome!

Seed sales and Swap. Lillooet Seed Library.
Market vendors and Display tables.
Rainshadow cafe catered by Paisley. Organic coffee roasted locally by Vast Mountain.
Kid friendly art and activity area. Raffle and fantastic prizes!!
Bring seeds for winnowing. Hope to see you there!

Contact: Eleanor at lillooetfoodmatters [at] 778-770-1649

Moose Jaw Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 8, 2020          10 - 2 drop in
Moose Jaw Public Library, Reading Room
Moose Jaw, SK

Come down for lots of fun activities for the whole family, including seed and garden-related vendors, children`s crafts, a seed library and so much more.

Perth Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 8, 2020          10am-3pm
Perth Civitan Club 6787, Lanark County Rd 43
Perth, ON

Free Admisision with many local seed sellers as well as food, gardening supplies and more.
Free talks and workshops on gardening!
Seed swap table to leave seeds and take seeds!

Shelburne Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 8, 2020          1pm-4pm
Shelburne Public Library
Shelburne, ON

We are hosting a Seedy Sunday on Sunday, March 8th from 1pm-4pm. Admission is free and will feature local seeds from the Erin Seed Lending Library, locally harvested seeds, as well as an expert on native plants and other local gardening experts to answer any questions.


Contact: jwyse [at]


Seed Saving with Bob Wildfong from Seeds of Diversity

Wednesday March 11, 2020          6:30 to 7:30
Idea Exchange Preston, 435 King Street East
Cambridge, ON

Learn how to save your own flower, vegetable, and herb seeds. Bob Wildfong, Horticultural Specialist at the Region of Waterloo Museums and Executive Director of Seeds of Diversity Canada, will lead you through all the steps of harvesting, drying, and storing seeds for successful home seed saving

Contact: ecampbell [at]

Beeton Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          10 to 3
D.A. Jones Branch Library, 42 Main Street West
Beeton, ON

The Beeton Seed Library in partnership with the Beeton Horticultural Society and D.A. Jones Branch Library presents the third 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]

Kamloops Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          10 to 2
OLPH Parish Hall
Kamloops, BC

Annual Community Event celebrating heirloom seeds and gardening, featuring seed swap, agricultural vendors, community workshops.
Admission $2, seniors students free.

Contact: Daniela Basile ~ office.250-573-2937 ~ info [at]

Richmond Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          12 to 4
Britannia Shipyards in Steveston
Richmond, BC

We’ll have many seed, gardening and plant vendors including the Richmond Garden Club, Edible Oasis, David Suzuki, SPEC and Spectrum Gardening. Folks from the Richmond Garden Club will give a workshop and we’ll have many other activities so bring the whole family down. Get local seeds, learn something new and make new friends.

Contact: Sarina Clay-Smith, coordinator [at]

Cobble Hill Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          
Cobble Hill Hall 3550 Watson Avenue
Cobble Hill, BC

Our 2020 Seedy Saturday will again feature two halls of vendors and fully covered outdoor spaces. We had more than 2500 people attend our free event last year with ample free parking, eager buyers and friendly folks.

Delicious food is available in the Main Hall and the Stu Armour Hall, just a three-minute easy walk from the main hall.

Contact: cobblehillseeds [at]

More information:

Saskatoon Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          10 to 3
Station 20 West, 1120 20th Street West
Saskatoon, SK

Featuring seed savers, vendors and exhibitors, environmentally-conscious organizations and farms, musicians, children’s activities,

informational workshops and much more! Café service available. Cash only admission of $5 per adult / $2 per child or by donation.

Contact: urbanag [at]

Powell River Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          
Recreation Complex
Powell River, BC

Kingston Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          10 to 3
LCVI, 153 Van Order Dr.
Kingston, ON

The Kingston Seedy Saturday Committee is excited to host the 13th annual Kingston Seed Saturday!!!

Come out to LCVI with the whole family and celebrate local seeds. Come early for the always popular Kids and Seeds workshop and to meet our local seed growers. Bring your seeds to share at the Seed Swap Table, the heart of the event. Can't wait to see you this March!

The event is accessible and open to every with a suggested $2 donation at the door. All donations benefit local seed security initiatives.

Contact: kingstonseedysaturday [at]

Fête des Semences de Verdun

14 mars 2020          10h00-15h00
Grand Potager 7000 boul. LaSalle, Verdun (Montréal) H4H 1R2
Verdun (Montréal), QC

Prenez de l'avance sur l'été et venez rencontrer des semenciers et fournisseurs de produits de jardinage biologiques à l'occasion de la Fête des semences de Verdun !

Échange de semences
Plusieurs semenciers
Entreprises écologiques locales
Conférences de jardinage et semences

Contact: (514) 248-4901

More information:

Robert's Creek Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          11am - 3pm
Roberts Creek Community School 1088 Roberts Creek Rd
Robert's Creek, BC

25th Annual Seedy Saturday Sunshine Coast
run by One Straw Society

To volunteer, sell, trade, or attend, please contact: events [at]

More information:

Central Algoma Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          10-3
Central Algoma Secondary School, Desbarats
Central Algoma, ON

*Seed swap *Seed sales *Presentations *Greenhouse tour *Kids' activities *Farmers market and gardening vendors *Environmental exhibitors *Food *Prizes

Bring the whole family; stay for the day. Admission by donation.

Bringing together gardeners, farmers and seed savers passionate about gardening, food security and the environment.

Find us on Facebook

Contact: seedysat [at] or call (705) 782-0732

Essex Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          11 am to 2 pm
Essex Retirees Center, 32 Russell St.
Essex, ON

There will be vendors and raffles as well as a couple of Master Gardeners to offer advice.

Contact: Essex County Gardening Group

More information:

Summerside Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          1-3pm
Rotary Library
Summerside, PE

Workshop at 1 pm
Seed Exchange at 2 pm
Carina Phillips will be leading the seed saving workshops.

More information:

Cobourg Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          10 am to 2pm
Villa St. Joseph, 445 Monk Street
Cobourg, ON

Golden Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          Noon to 5:30ish
At the Lion's Den, Golden Library Basement
Golden, BC

The 3rd Annual Golden Seed Swap
*Everyone Welcome
*Children's Activities
*Seed Sharing
*Presentations and Q and As

Workshops will run throughout the afternoon and will range from how to start your seeds to how to store your harvest.
In addition and new this year, people with early seeds or seedlings like tomatoes, leeks and other tropicals can meet us at our table at the Farmers Market at the Rec Plex on Saturday, February 29th and then again for sharing extra seedlings at the same place in late April.

Check us out on facebook under Local Food Matters for details.

Contact: 250-344-6741, email lfmgolden [at]

More information:, Golden Seed Swap 2020 on Facebook

Fort St. James Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 14, 2020          12 to 2
The Library
Fort St. James, BC

Contact: Kyla at 250-996-8445

Peterborough Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 15, 2020          
Peterborough, ON

Location and time to be confirmed

Contact: urbantomato [at]

Squamish Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 15, 2020          10 to 2
Brennan Park, 1009 Centennial Way
Squamish, BC

Buy local seeds direct from the producer, reserve your local heirloom tomato plants, meet local environmental organizations, learn about medicinal plants, mushroom plugs and tinctures, ethical meat sourcing and more.

Fun for the whole family on the program!
The Turmeric trailer and 1914 Coffee Co. will be on site selling their deliciousness. (Bring your mug!)
Entry by donation.
Free to kids, students, seniors and bus pass holder.

Contact: If you wish to join us as a vendor or volunteer, please contact marie.eve.trigg [at]

Indian Head Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 15, 2020          1-4 pm
CE Centre, St. Andrew’s United Church, 801 Buxton Street
Indian Head, SK

NEW LOCATION; presentations TBA

Contact: veggiementor [at]

Naramata Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 15, 2020          
Naramata Centre
Naramata, BC

Contact: Okanagan Seed Savers at okanaganseedsavers [at]

Fergus/Centre Wellington Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10-1
Wellington County Museum, Aboyne Hall
Fergus/Centre Wellington, ON

The Fergus and Elora-Salem Horticultural Societies will be hosting Seedy Saturday.

Come share your seeds and gather some new ones! A community event around sharing and protecting our local seeds! Local seed and other Vendors, information tables and a kids activity corner, something for everyone!

Contact: Karen Eddie kareneddie22 [at]

More information: 519-856-9881 or 519-843-4337 or cw.seedy.saturday [at]

Bradford West Gwillimbury Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          9:30 to 3 pm
Bradford West Gwillmbury Public Library 425 Holland St. W.
Bradford West Gwillimbury, ON

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

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

Contact: seeds [at]

Orillia Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          8 am to 1 pm
Banquet Hall at ODAS Park
Orillia, ON

Contact: manageroffm [at]

More information:

Campbell River Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10 to 1
Community Centre – 401-11th Avenue
Campbell River, BC

Seed swap, vendors, demos, plant sales. L’il Sprouts corner and much more. Limited space available for vendors. If you are interested in participating, contact Karen Chappell (250-286-5306) or karen.chappell [at]

COST: FREE entry for shoppers

Alberni Valley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10 to 2
Char's Landing, 4815 Argyle Street (5th and Argyle)
Alberni Valley, BC

Vendors from across the Island. Consult with master gardeners. Attend workshops. Swap seeds. Celebrate spring.
Sponsored by Women's Food and Water Initiative, Uptown Urban Farming Collective and Alberni Valley Transition Town Society with financial support from the City of Port Alberni.
Spring Equinox meets Climate Food Emergency
Get the seeds you need to survive and thrive.
Workshops on survival themes
Door prizes
Kids' activity area Shoots with Roots
Seed swap
5 non-profit tables, sponsored
$25. for vendors, e-transfers accepted to wfwi [at]
Contact Jen or Stephen Fisher-Bradley for more info at wfwi [at]
Vendors and visitors please post and discuss on our FB page Alberni Valley Seedy Saturday

St. Thomas Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10 to 3
St. Thomas Public Library, 153 Curtis Street
St. Thomas, ON

Contact: emoniz [at]

Haldimand Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          9am - 2pm
Riverside Exhibition Centre, Caledonia
Haldimand, ON

New location and a bigger show for 2020! This year, the Haldimand Horticulture Society is pleased to welcome everyone to our 4th Seedy Saturday event. This year we have lots to offer:
- Four amazing seminars ranging from seed starting to indoor tropical plants.
- Hands on workshops! Learn how to build a Bug Hotel, or make your own floral centre piece!
- Seed Swap! Bring your own seed to offer at our seed swap, get some new seed for your gardens.
- 50+ farms, businesses, community groups all focused on gardening, conservation, and community.

For more information contact hanna [at]
Or visit our FB page

Calgary Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10 to 3
Hillhurst-Sunnyside Community Association (1320 5th Ave SW)
Calgary, AB

Contact: calgaryseedysaturday [at]

More information:

Vernon Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          9am-2pm
Vernon Recreation Centre, 3310 37th Ave
Vernon, BC

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)

More information:

Toronto-Central Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10 to 2
Scadding Court, 707 Dundas St W
Toronto-Central, ON

Open to Everyone, Pay what you can, suggested $2.
*Buy Sell and Trade open pollinated seeds
*Learn More about sustainable gardening practices
*Seed Vendors
*Local Community Organizations
*Aquaponics Tours

Contact: katie [at]

More information:

Stewiacke Valley Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10 to 2
5336 Hwy 289, Upper Stewiacke Fire Hall
Stewiacke Valley, NS

Stewiacke Valley Seedy Saturday & Healthy Living Event

Seed Swap, Seed Vendors, Workshops, Information Booths – Free Admission

For more information email cochranefamilyfarm [at] 902-671-2378

Fête des semences de Val-David

21 mars 2020          10h-15h30
2580 rue de l'église à l'école St-Jean-Baptiste
Val-David, QC

Lien internet:

Niagara North/St. Catharines Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10:00am - 3:00pm
St. George's Anglican Church, 83 Church St., St. Catharines
Niagara North/St. Catharines, ON

presented by Master Gardeners of Niagara

Non-perishable food items appreciated
Bring non-GMO, open-pollinated seeds to exchange

• A host of topical speakers am & pm
• Raffle sponsored by Stokes Seeds
• Master Gardeners’ advice clinic
• Children’s hands-on activities
• Organic snacks & beverage for purchase
• Free parking in the rear


Contact: e-mail: niagara [at]

More information:

Montague Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          1-3pm
Rotary Library
Montague, PE

Workshop at 1pm
Seed exchange at 2pm
Carina Phillips will be leading the seed-saving workshops

More information:

Cornwall Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          10:30am - 2:30pm
Benson Centre, 800 Seventh Street West
Cornwall, ON

Cornwall’s 6th Annual Seedy Saturday, taking place on the first day of spring to help new and existing gardeners find the seeds, tools, and tricks they need to succeed at home. This event hosts a dozen on-going children's activities, six scheduled workshops, and our famous "ask-a-gardener table”.

For more information, visit:
Or at our website:

Looking to register as a vendor or exhibitor? Visit our registration page to book your spot:

We hope to see you there!

Eastman/Beausejour Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 21, 2020          
Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre
Eastman/Beausejour, MB

Seeds and Stories
EastMan Seed Savers and Sandy Saulteaux Healing Centre, Beausejour, Manitoba
invite you to attend their program which includes: Am - Grp story telling of why seeds are saved, importance of certain seeds to community, family; the relationship of today`s seeds with Indigenous peoples; Blessing of Seeds Followed by Stew & Bannock- lunch; PM seed exchange & demos

Suggested donation: $15.00

more info at 204-268 -3913 Erica; 204-268-3563 Jane

Duncan Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 22, 2020          10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Siem Le'lum Gymnasium 5574 River Road
Duncan, BC

Join us this Spring for Duncan’s local Seedy Sunday! Including seeds, plant starts, bee homes, and more.

Admission will be $2. CGC members & children (12 & under) enter free.

Contact: kat [at]

More information:

Fête des semences Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean

22 mars 2020          
Salle Multifonctionnelle, Hôtel de ville 610, rue Lévesque, Larouche, G0W 1Z0
Larouche, QC

La Fête des semences, c'est le début officiel de la saison de jardinage : conférences, semenciers et kiosques viennent nous alimenter sur les thèmes du jardinage et de l'agriculture urbaine. Débutants ou passionnés de longue date, venez nous rencontrer!

Contact: almaentransition [at] marlene.hudon [at]

More information:

Edmonton Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 22, 2020          11am - 4pm
Central Lions Seniors' Recreation Centre, 11113-113 Street NW, please use the SOUTH ENTRANCE on 111 Avenue
Edmonton, AB

Although everyone is welcome to attend for free, we do ask for donations at the door to cover the costs of the event.

Free presentations and demonstrations about gardening, seed vendors, children's crafts and much, much more. Meat Street Pies food truck will be out front!

Contact: edmontonseedysunday [at]

More information:

Toronto/Scarborough Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          11 AM to 4 PM
ST JOHN HENRY NEWMAN CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL ( formerly Blessed Cardinal Newman HS), 100 Brimley Rd S ( south of Kingston Road )
Toronto/Scarborough, ON


Come out and learn more about gardening, buy organic/heirloom seeds or visit our Seed Exchange! Then stop by one of our local garden clubs, gardening vendors tables and ask an expert! Toronto Master Gardeners will be there to answer your questions. And there will be workshops throughout the day.

And please take time to visit our many Environmental booths - learn how to live more sustainably and what you can do to help this planet.

This day is fun for everyone. Over 60 tables will include heirloom seed vendors, green exhibits, bee products, worm composting, backyard gardening, garden associations and regional organizations such as Park People. Be a steward and bring in your used electronics and batteries for recycling! And there will be kids events too.

For info on the event including vendors and workshops–

or email us at scarboroseedysaturday [at]

Summerland Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          10 to 2
Summerland Alliance Church, 14820 Victoria Rd. N.
Summerland, BC

6th Annual Summerland Seedy Saturday

Browse Local Vendors and Artisans
Free Workshops & Demos
Seed Exchange Table

Door Prizes & Master Gardeners available at this Free Community Event

Bees & Beekeeping in the Okanagan @ 1pm

Composting & Mulch in Your Garden @ 11am

Contact: Friends of the Ornamental Gardens (FOG) for any questions or enquiries. seedysaturday.summerlandgardens [at]

Innisfil Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          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 4th annual Innisfil Seedy Saturday! Free admission.

Innisfil Seedy Saturday includes seed sellers, garden-related and environmental groups and businesses, a community seed swap, expert talks and demos, "Ask a Master Gardener," kids' crafts, and onsite fresh lunch for purchase. The Innisfil Seed Library also reopens for its 5th season.

Visit our website and follow us on social media for up-to-date information:

Contact: Bridget Indelicato at info [at]

Stony Plain Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          10 to 3
Multicultural Heritage Centre (PERC gym) 5413-51 Street
Stony Plain, AB

Speakers, seed and garden vendors, non-profits, concession and door prizes!

Contact Jennifer at jennifer [at] to participate or for more information.

Guelph Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          
Guelph, ON

Seedy Saturday is part of our week long Resillience Festival.

Fête des semences de la Montérégie

28 et 29 mars 2020          10h00-17h00
Salle Eulalie Durocher, 857 Riverside, porte 19, St-Lambert
St-Lambert, QC

l'horaire du samedi est 10h00-17h00
le dimanche est 10h00-16h00

Contact: onoel [at]

More information:

Milton Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          9-3pm
Sherwood Community Centre, 6355 Main St W
Milton, ON

Admission is $5 and kids are free

Speaker line-up:

9:30 to 10 :30am— Katherine Granger
Seeds of Embolc
“Growing Good Food"

11:00 to noon - Emma Biggs
Author of ‘Gardening with Emma’
‘A Kid to Kid Guide to Gardening’

12:30 to 1:30 —Sean James
Sean James Consulting & Design
‘What to do with a Downpour’

2:00 to 3:00—Julie Speck
The Flower Shed
‘Planters that look good all year’

Garden market place filled with Vendors and exhibitors.
There will also be a kids area, hourly draws, Penny auction, refreshments and more.

Contact: Lianne Krane lkrane [at]

More information:

Breadalbane Seedy Saturday

Saturday March 28, 2020          3-5pm
Breadalbane Hall
Breadalbane, PE

Workshop at 3pm
Seed exchange at 4pm
Carina Phillips will be leading the seed-saving workshops

More information:

Sherwood Park Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 29, 2020          9:30am - 4:30pm
Agora room, Strathcona County Community Centre, 401 Festival Lane
Sherwood Park, AB

Join us for a fun filled day of learning, sharing and getting ready for the 2020 gardening season. We have upgraded our venue this year and will be hosting a much larger list of vendors. We have 67 tables available.
Swap table will have seeds, books, magazines, plants, pots, garden tools, recipes and accessories.
Talks in council chambers and meeting rooms are hosted by the Strathcona county library.
Please contact the library to register.
9:30-10:30am Carbon Farming by Mark Stumpf-Allen
9:30-10:30am Design and Build Your Garden- Dora Berry
11:00- 12:00pm Virtual Wild Herb Walk - Lisa Cleland
11:00- 12:00pm Compost and Soil Building – Michael Victoria Moore
12:30-1:30pm Beginner Water Bath Canning – Jennifer Semeniuk
12:30-1:30pm Companion Plants & Pollinator Gardens –Dora Berry
1:30-2:30pm Vermicomposting - Mike Dorion
2:00 -3:10 pm Making a Healing Salve – Lisa Cleland
2:00 -3:10 pm Rainwater Harvesting and Flood Mitigation –Michael Victoria Moore
3:45-5:15pm Weave Willow Trellis - Maryann Borch
3:45pm – 4:45pm Starting a Community Garden – Melisa Zapisocky

Additional talks TBD in the Agora room.

Contact: Email brandieharrop [at] to become a vendor

More information:

Meadow Lake Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 29, 2020          12 noon till 4pm
Seniors Activity Centre, 406 5th Ave W.
Meadow Lake, SK

Activities Include:
Speakers Corner - starting at 1pm, guest speakers will be discussing all aspects of our theme, "Grow Your Own". Information will be shared on seed saving, starting your own plants, growing herbs, garden mapping and the importance of crop rotation and much more!
Children's Activities Corner - we are happy to announce that Agriculture in the Class Room has donated materials and items for this event!
Vendors - a variety of vendors will be at the event providing a broad range of items to be purchased, from garden seeds to baking!
Seed Exchange tables - a variety of garden seeds will be available to trade, buy or give away! Bring your extra seeds to trade, sell or give away! Remember all seeds should be clearly labeled.
Lunch will be available, $5 will provide you with a bowl of chili or soup, bun, dessert and beverage (tea, coffee, water or punch)

Contact: Pat Morley, Willow Creek Community Garden Coordinator at 306-236-3462 or email kpmrly [at]

Toronto-Evergreen Seedy Sunday

Sunday March 29, 2020          10:00am - 3:00pm
Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave
Toronto-Evergreen, ON

Contact: Isaac Crosby at icrosby [at]

Mississauga Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          9:30 - 3:30
Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga, 84 South Service Road (Hurontario/QEW)
Mississauga, ON

Free admission and parking
Workshops from 10 - 3, with great “hands-on” focus
Environmental exhibits and presentations
Seed and related vendors
"Ask an Expert" from Mississauga Master Gardeners
Seed Exchanges
Growing Gardeners - children’s activity centre - Ecosource
Cozy Café with great food all day
Come learn and enjoy!

Contact: Email: seedysaturdaymississauga [at]

More information: or facebook

Westport Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          9 to 2
Knox Presbyterian Church
Westport, ON

Presentations include Vermicomposting 10 am
How to save vegetable seed 11 am

Contact: heritage [at]

Wiarton Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          10 to 2
Wiarton Arena & Community Centre
Wiarton, ON

Free seed/book exchange featuring educational talks and engaging garden-related vendors. All-ages. Entry by donation.

More information available at:

Contact: Caleb Hull crrhull [at] or The Wiarton & District Agricultural Society wiartonfallfair [at]

Peachland Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          10 to 3
Peachland Community Center 4450- 6th Street
Peachland, BC

Hosted by Peachland Wellness Center Community Gardens.
Vendors, seed exchange, and presentations
Entry by donation

Contact Volunteer Facilitator Community Gardens and Okanagan Master Gardener Darlene Romanko darleneromanko [at]
Phone 778 363 0713

Hope Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          10 to 2
Hope Community Garden corner Coquihalla Street and Seventh Ave.
Hope, BC

Vendors and seed borrowing/swapping opportunities

Fun children's activities and numerous door prizes! Admission by donation.

Lunch: Hot dogs for sale
Contact: Esther Brysch 604 206 1775.text or call

Clearwater Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          10-2
Clearwater, BC

Halifax Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          8 AM - 1 PM
Halifax Brewery Market, 1496 Lower Water St
Halifax, NS

Alison Lynes
Market Manager & Program Coordinator
Halifax Brewery Farmers' Market
(902) 329 3276

More information:

Digby/Church Point/Clare County Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 4, 2020          10am to 2pm (vendors)
Lisa T café, University Ste. Anne
Digby/Church Point/Clare County, NS

As usual many seed and other vendors. Our local garden club Rooted in Clare will have a seedling table.

Speakers and times:

10:30 Wastecheck with Anne Leblanc
Composting and vermicomposting

11:30 Nik Knutson
Citizen Science and the iNaturalist app

1:00 Ouest-ville Perennials Alice d'Entremont
Beginner gardening

2:30 Plant Based eating with Stephanie Gagnon (this one requires registration)

Contact: springpeeperfarm [at]

Fernie Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 18, 2020          9 to 3
Fernie Family Centre on 4th Avenue
Fernie, BC

Co-sponsored by Fernie Community EcoGarden and Fernie Family Garden
featuring Our Cold Climate Seed Library, local seed swap, kids' activities, seed vendors, bake sale and more!

Wolfville Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 18, 2020          
Wolfville Farmers Market, 24 Elm Ave.
Wolfville, NS

Celebrate the Seed (April 18th)

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: Brianna MacCara Communications Coordinator Wolfville Farmers' Market (902) 697 3344

More information:

Annapolis Royal Seedy Saturday

Saturday April 25, 2020          9 to 12
Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens, 441 St. George Street
Annapolis Royal, NS

Join us for Seedy Saturday, rain or shine during the Winter Farmers Market at the Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens.
Free admission. Seed and seedling vendors, community seed swap table, seed saving information, kids' activities, door prize.

Contact: admin [at]