Calgary Produce Marketing Association
Update: Onion Sales
Please note that all onions sold at the Harvest Sale were sourced from Washington State. They are not affected by the recently issued Public Health Notice, which concerns onions produced by Thomson International Inc. of Bakersfield, California.
September 12 & 13, 2020
The Calgary Produce Marketing Association and Heritage Park Historical Village are excited to announce the return of the annual charity Fall Harvest Sale! As always, this year's Harvest Sale will feature truckloads of fruits and veggies at historically low prices.
Guests will be required to pre-purchase admission tickets online for a specific time slot.
Important: Please arrive at the Park no more than 15 minutes before your ticketed admission time.
Tickets include access into the Fall Harvest Sale, as well as a full day’s admission into Heritage Park Historical Village where visitors can enjoy steam train rides, street theatre and explore select historical exhibits. Please note the S.S. Moyie will not be running.
Purchase tickets for Saturday, September 12th >>
Purchase tickets for Sunday, September 13th >>
Annual pass holders: If the system does not accept your annual pass number, please call (403) 268-8500.
The 9 a.m. time slot is the ideal time for seniors and other high risk individuals to attend the sale, as the rest of Heritage Park remains closed until 10 a.m.
- Mask-wearing is highly recommended at the Fall Harvest Sale, and one way traffic flow will be implemented. As per the City of Calgary bylaw, masks/face coverings are required if you would like to visit any indoor locations, including Gasoline Alley Museum.
- All purchases will be processed at a checkout table; debit or credit strongly preferred.
- Annual Pass holders receive complimentary admission; however, they must still go online to reserve a ticket for a specific time slot.
- Canoo Card and Fair Entry holders may proceed to the park gate for admission. Please note that if the Park has reached capacity for the hour, a wait will be required.
- A carry out service is available for a small fee, which is donated to a local charity group.
We look forward to seeing you at this year's Harvest Sale!
The Calgary Produce Marketing Association is a voluntary group of industry professionals, who come together as one in support of their charitable partners. These volunteers donate countless hours to secure product, additional volunteers, transportation and warehousing for this annual sale.
Hundreds of volunteers in the produce industry donate their time and produce to help raise money for the Alberta Children's Hospital Foundation, the Calgary Community Kitchen Program and the Heritage Park Society. This year, the community is turning to these local charities more than ever.
Visitors attending the Fall Harvest Sale, now in its 46th year, can feel good knowing that through their purchases of this donated produce, they are helping meet the community’s needs.