Ready for June?

June is just around the corner, which means we are getting closer and closer to summer! The Market has tons of exciting activities and events lined up for the month, so mark you calendars and we can't wait to see you here!
Cooking Class:
  • Join us every Saturday in the Market kitchen from 11am-12pm. No registration required, it's first come, first served.
Farmers Market:
  • Every Saturday on the Rotary Square from 8am-1pm.
Soca Fitness:
  • June 1st & June 8th in the Lounge Upstairs from 11am-12pm.
The Mom Market:
  • June 1st on the Rotary Square from 3pm-7pm.
Bonsai Show:
  • June 8th in the Mezzanine from 8am-6pm.
  • June 9th in the Mezzanine from 11am-4pm.
Multicultural Festival: 
  • June 9th on the Rotary Square from 11am-7pm.
Super Saturday Music Festival:
  • June 15th on the Rotary Square from 2pm-11pm.
Yoga Day Festival:
  • June 21st on the Rotary Square from 6:30pm-7:30pm.
Naturopathy for All: 
  • June 22nd pm the Rotary Square from 12pm-5pm.
Sokoni Market:
  • June 29th on the Rotary Square from 3pm-9pm.
Canada Day Night Market: 
  • June 30th from 6pm-11pm

Pick-Me-Up Bouquets

You don’t need a special occasion for flowers 💐Treat yourself to a pick-me-up bouquet from Bloomers at the Market. Lavonne meticulously arranges these beautiful bundles with love and care, ensuring each bouquet will bring a smile to your face. Stop by the Market and pick up some fresh blooms to brighten up your day and your home! 😊🌷


Mona's Spanakopita

The spanakopita from Mona’s Shawarma can satisfy any craving, big or small! 😋 Whether you’re searching for a small snack, or a light meal, this crispy, flaky pie filled with spinach and feta is simply pure perfection! While you’re there make sure to try Mona’s famous pasta salad, amongst many other delicious items such as their shawarma plates, sausage on a bun, baklava and more!🥙🌭

Happy Wear: World of Wonder!

The Market is full of history, with many of our vendors having been here for generations. To start highlighting their longstanding presence, let’s take a closer look at Happy Wear:

Back in the 90s, finding little colour in children’s clothing options, Anna began making her own clothes, for her two boys. And in 1999, Anna officially joined the Market, bringing all the colour and positivity with her🌈🎈 At Happy Wear, you will find quality, handmade garments and toys for young ones in fun and vibrant prints – from safari to ladybugs, dinosaurs and more! Come discover a world of wonder at Happy Wear! 🧸

The Smith Family Legacy

The Market is full of history, with many of our vendors having been here for generations. To start highlighting their longstanding presence, let’s take a closer look at Smith Cheese:

The Smith Cheese family legacy dates back to the Market in the 50s. Smith Cheese is now run by 4th and 5th generation, mother-daughter duo, Glenda & Danielle 🧀 On top of the 350 varieties of cheeses you can find at Smith Cheese, they also have a diverse assortment of dips, spreads, olives, fresh pasta, and more!🍝


Here’s the list folks! Below is everyone you can find at the Farmers’ Market this Saturday, June 1st 8am to 1pm. Click on their names for more information! Live music from Peter Tindall 8:30am to 10:30am and Ryan Naismith 11am to 1pm!

Attending Farmers Market Vendors

Pop Up Vendors

  • The Pie Boss
  • Generations Cider Co
  • Snakeblud Apparel
  • Beautiful by Romana
  • Fire Within Jewelry
  • Matico Arte Manual
  • Royal Canadian Legion
  • CARP Charter


We are happy to announce that @joycefarmmarket will be back at the farmers market starting this Saturday with fresh strawberries, heirloom tomatoes and greens for sale!


Join us in the market kitchen for our cooking class hosted by Kimi Abdullah. Kimi will be demonstrating how to make Classic Indonesian Satay w/ Peanut Sauce.


  • Saturday, June 1 | Kimi Abdullah – Classic Indonesian Satay w/ Peanut Sauce
  • Saturday, June 8 | NO COOKING CLASS
  • Saturday, June 15 | Jaime Pena – 3 Pork & Bean Casserole
  • Saturday, June 22 | Nancy Salamanca – Pavlovas
  • Saturday, June 29 |Polina Shadman – Macarons

Doors open at 10:40am, class starts at 11am. No registration is required. First come, first served.


Lester B. Pearson School for the Arts presents its two extracurricular instrumental music groups: Vivace (Strings) and Stage Band (Winds). Pearson is a Grades 4-8 TVDSB elementary school for which students can apply. More information about the school, as well as application information, can be found at their school website:

The two groups performing June 2 at 1:00PM consist of students in grades 6,7 and 8. Different music from various genres will be featured, from classical to rock, latin to jazz, and everything in between.


Boy, oh boy, are we excited about this! Of The Earth Co is teaming up @thebonsaiguychris to bring London’s first ever bonsai show right here to the Covent Garden Market on Saturday June 8 and Sunday, June 9!

With 100 trees on display, vendors, and prizes for participants, this is going to be a show for anyone who’s interested in the art of bonsai!


Join us for the 2024 London Multicultural Festival, held outdoors on the Rotary Square, Talbot Street and Jubilee Square on Sunday, June 9th 11am to 7pm. Take in live performances from global artists, explore treasures and traditions, and savour ethnic cuisine at its best! This festival is a *free* family-friendly event where all generations can enjoy an afternoon of culture, learning and fun. Everyone is welcome!

The London Multicultural Festival is a grass-root, not-for-profit community-based event. It is the largest community-based multicultural event in town. This free and family-friendly Festival showcases the culture and heritage of the different ethnic groups in London, builds bridges amongst the communities and provides a face-to-face opportunity to people from all groups to get together, share stories and learn from each other. The Festival provides an opportunity to local talents, entrepreneurs and small business owners to get exposure and advance their careers or businesses.


Polina of Nostalgic Treats, who is a vendors at the Covent Garden Farmers market and one of the market chefs has a background in event planning. This past spring she organized and held her first ever Persian Spring Market and it was so successful that now there is one for this coming July. Last one was around the Iranian New Year and this time the mid- summer market will coincide with Tirgan festivities across regions.

This is a great opportunity to get front and centre of the Iranian community London Ontario as well as have a presence in the Downtown core.

For more information, text 519-614-0273