It starts tomorrow morning at eight.
The market will feature locally grown vegetables, fruit, and even arts and crafts.
Organizers say the popularity continues to increase through the summer-- especially when sweet corn goes on sale in mid July.
The Metro Centre Property Manger Jason Fuller says he's thrilled to continue hosting a market that supports the local economy.
"If you like to east fresh local produce, please come out and visit us. As the season progresses more produce will be available," said Fuller. "Right now there are many flowers, many seedling plants to start your own gardens."
The market will be open Monday through Saturday beginning at eight am.
It runs through Halloween.