Welcome to Main Street—the HEART of Newmarket!

Built along ancient First Nations trade routes, the town of Newmarket was founded in 1801 as a Quaker settlement. Originally a fur trading post, “New” Market was the largest farmer’s market in the area, and quickly became a centre for agriculture, commerce and small industry.

Newmarket was also the heart of the Upper Canada Rebellion in 1837 and many local area residents marched on Toronto. The Town of Newmarket is rich in history, evident in the bustling historical downtown area, home to locally and independently owned shops, businesses and restaurants.

We acknowledge and honour that we are situated on the traditional territories of the Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishanaabe peoples, whose presence continues today. 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Our website is currently being revamped, but you can reach us via Facebook or Instagram.

About Main Street Newmarket

The Main Street Newmarket Canada Day festival is back! This is our biggest event of the year, with vendors, patios, music and more!

Join us as a vendor—complete the application form and submit before May 31st.

Please enter your name and email below to access the application form:

Canada Day Vendor Application Form

Good things come to those who wait...

Our brand NEW Newmarket BIA website will be unveiled THIS SUMMER.
Stay tuned for updates!

Contact Us

For information about Main street, events, volunteering, job or leasing opportunities, or just to say hello, please fill out the form and we will get in touch with you asap!

Thank you for your inquiry!