FILE — Vendors were selling a variety of foods and wares, and there was great live music at the Rossland Mountain Market. (Chelsea Novak/Rossland News)

RMMS AGM and beginning of indoor winter market season

The Rossland Mountain Market Society is celebrating the end of a successful summer series

The Rossland Mountain Market Society is celebrating the end of a successful summer series and the beginning of another winter market series.

The Rossland Mountain Market is run and supported by an incredible group of volunteers and community members. We will be holding our Annual General Meeting at the end of November to mark the beginning of another year of serving the Rossland and surrounding community.

Oct. 5 marked the end of our weekly summer market series held Thursday afternoons on Queen Street in downtown Rossland.

We take pride in providing the community with access to a wide variety of locally sourced, farm fresh food year round as well as supporting local food producers and artisans.

Our winter market series begins Saturday, Nov. 25 and will occur once per month on Saturdays throughout the winter season at the newly renovated Miners Hall downtown Rossland.

The Rossland Mountain Market society is a non-profit organization.

We would like to thank those who have taken the time to help us this past year, we could not do it without you. It can be a big job putting something like this together and your continued support is greatly appreciated.

We would like to invite new volunteers to join us for the upcoming season we can always use more helping hands and volunteering is a great way to meet new people in the community and have some fun while supporting a valuable cause.

We will be holding our Annual General Meeting Thursday, Nov. 30 at 6:30 p.m. in the Rossland Library Conference room. At this time we will be reporting on this past season as well as taking comments and answering any questions from the community. We hope that you can join us for this evening.

We are seeking new members for our board of directors if interested you can contact We are always welcoming new volunteers, please contact us through to get involved. For more information on the Rossland Mountain Market and what we do you can visit our website at or visit us on Facebook for market dates and upcoming events.

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