Buy from people you know
Buy from self-employed
Remember the Big Box Stores don’t do a
Little “Jig” when they make a sale
Make someone “Jig” this holiday season.
Ottewell offers 2 distinct Markets:
Farmer’s Market – open every Thursday
OCL Annual Holiday Market Nov. 27
10am – 3 pm
Our hall location: 5920 – 93A Ave
Current Health and Safety Measures
Although this is not the way we may like to shop at the market, we do appreciate you recognizing the importance of the following Safety Measures in place.
Restriction Exemption Program
Due to recent announcements, we must apply the Restrictions Exemption Program, people ages 12 and older can provide proof of vaccination.
Valid photo identification that matches the vaccine record.
Valid paper or digital vaccine record that shows name, vaccine type and date of administration.
We will be operating at at 1/3 capacity – One-way traffic through the venue and monitoring the number of visitors. Please be prepared to possibly stand outside in a physically distanced line-up Do not visit the Market if you are sick or have recently travelled We have limits for our indoor market, please do not come with a group of family & friends. Choose a healthy designated shopper for each household, and reach out to elderly family and neighbours to include their shopping lists To reduce cross-contamination, please do not touch products you do not intend to buy do not intend to buy As you shop in the Market, please observe physical distancing to keep one another safe.
Seating outdoors is available on our community patio.
Masks are mandatory in our Market. We are following all health regulations as outlined by the province of Alberta, and the City of Edmonton mask bylaw. Hand sanitizer is available throughout the building, and at entrances and exits.
Additional Cleaning Measures
You will see “Physical Distancing” reminders posted around the Market In addition to our standard cleaning schedule, we have included extra measures to increase the sanitation of the Market. Our cleaning staff is focusing on high-frequency touch points using hospital-grade disinfectants and sanitizers.