Saturdays & Sundays
Nov. 26th through Dec. 18th
10am to 5pm
Free Market Admission!
Food bank donations welcome
Granary Road’s Christmas Market is an enchanting celebration of the holidays
that starts in our stunning Market
with 40-foot vaulted ceilings,
exposed trusses, and lighting reminiscent
of days gone by.
Continue from the market to the Granary Road greenhouse where you will be sure to find that special & unique gift from the large collective of Artisan vendors and makers.
Christmas carols playing throughout the Market, beautifully decorated trees,
strings upon strings of Christmas lights and other festive décor make Granary Road a destination for Christmas shoppers,
foodies and families alike.
Breakfast with Santa
Come join Santa himself and a few of his elves for Breakfast at Granary Road. Enjoy the magic of the Foothills dining in the Granary Road Loft! Families will have a chance to mingle and jingle with Santa. Children will have the opportunity to tell Santa what they are dreaming of this Christmas. Enjoy breakfast by Primal Eats, get a selfie with Santa and make magic reindeer food with one of the elves. Breakfast includes Scrambled eggs with cheese, Sausage, Breakfast potatoes, Belgian waffles with your choice of whipped cream, berries, sprinkles etc! Coffee, Tea and juice is provided.
Time and space is limited to 45 min per family.
No substitutions available. $24.95 Adult (11 & older). Child (10 & under) $14.95 No Refunds.
Enjoy a cozy wagon ride through the Granary Road Active Learning Park Trails to the Granary Road Greenhouse with a Candy Cane Hot Chocolate to help keep you warm
The ever famous Alpaca Photos are back!
Please arrive at the photo shoot area on the patio 5 minutes before your scheduled time for your private photo shoot!
At Granary Road we prefer Marshmallows roasting on the fire instead of chestnuts! Includes all the yummy fun it takes to make this classic chocolate treat. Melt your own marshmallow and squish it into a chocolate & graham cracker sandwich! Fire pits will be accessible from 11am - 2pm for this event. $6 Per S'more Kit.
Santa Claus will be here welcoming children of all ages to tell their wish list to him and get a memorable photo with our professional photographer
Mrs. Claus needs help making magic reindeer food for Santa & his crew. Participants will enjoy milk & cookies with Mrs. Claus and make Christmas crafts. Parents can enjoy shopping the market while the children are minded by Santa's elves.
Visit our heated greenhouse to discover even more vendors! This Christmas Market we are partnering with the Artisan Collective to bring you a bigger and better market. Take a short walk down candy cane lane to discover all the magic Granary Road has to offer!
For more information about the Artisan Collective, click here
This year we have teamed up with the Mustard Seed to help support some of the most vulnerable in our community.
The Mustard Seed is a supportive haven, where we work to meet the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of those we serve. We offer a hand-up, rather than a hand-out, and journey with our guests towards a life of wellness and independence. We operate in 5 cities in Western Canada – Calgary, Edmonton, Red Deer, Medicine Hat, and Kamloops.
In Calgary specifically, we have now opened 5 community centers where we work with the community to determine their needs, and cater our programs in a way that would best support them. We offer community events, language learning classes, employment coaching, and children’s programs. Further, we are expecting the completion of our family housing unit build by spring 2023 – we are so excited to launch Hub:29 in Ogden, a permanent supportive housing unit with wrap around supports. These supportive programs will emulate those in our Wellness Centre, located at our downtown Calgary campus.
The end of the pandemic and the recent economic state has presented challenges for The Seed and many others, but we are continuing to do our best to provide all programs and services to support our vulnerable neighbors experiencing homelessness and poverty. Thus, we are mainly looking for monetary support from the community, but we are always grateful to find volunteers and donations as well.