A farmer's market with true farm vibes is coming to the Weyburn area tomorrow, and the plan for the organizer is to host them each month throughout summer!

Market on the Farm organizer Alissa Bjorn said they have a farm just outside of town, just north along Highway 39, and they are inviting vendors to join in on the fun to showcase their wares.

"Especially local handmade hand-grown items. We want to make it a really fun experience where people can come and get your sourdough, you can get your seedlings, and maybe grab a bag of coffee on your way out," she shared.

The homeschooling mother of four said it was her own enterprising children who sparked the idea.

"It actually came out of them starting up little businesses and then that turned into me and my daughter starting a cut flowers farm this summer, and that really started me to thinking, you know, we have this beautiful space. We would love to host people being able to share things that they love and give a place of gathering for community."

Bjorn said they will have live music from Aaron & Family, a barbecue, as well as a variety every time they host this Market on the Farm.

While some of the vendors will be children, she noted it is open to anyone of any age or product line. Tables are $20, and there's still time to sign up for Saturday's event - call Alissa at 250-320-6224 or find her on Facebook HERE

"We really want to make it more of an experience that grows," she noted. "We've got seedlings and we got some trees and fresh baking and cupcakes, but we want to build on this so we know that this is just the first one. We're going to do one a month and so it'll change right with the season. Next month, we might have flowers, the month after that, produce will start flowing in, and people will be able to come to get some of their vegetables. But with the seasons watching it grow one a month through September. My dream is by September 1st, the trees are covered in Christmas lights and the vendors are under that."

Bjorn said they have lots of space. "It's a perfect yard for it. So we can stretch out as big as we need to." 

She said her family has lived in Weyburn for almost two years, and they are hobby farmers for now. "Currently we're just loving having chickens and pigs and dabbling in mushrooms and worms." 

"It's gonna be really good time. Just fun to hang out, enjoy the spring air, have some food, play some lawn games, and do a little shopping," she invited. 

She said they're located just past the two giant grain elevators north on Highway 39, "First corner to your right or turning north and there will be signs it will be very easy to find."

The event will be held rain or shine.