Upcoming Community Events

Thank you for helping us raise $15,750 towards Canuck Place Childrens Hospice this year!

Dunbar Holiday Craft Fair

Saturday, November 23rd from 10am-5pm
Dunbar Community Centre

Celebrating more than three decades of amazing locally handcrafted artisan goods, the Dunbar Community Centre invites you to join them for the 2019 Dunbar Holiday Craft Fair!

Find a wide range of gifts from handcrafted chocolates, to the latest in leather accessories, to luscious lavender lotions.  It’s the perfect place to check off those on your Christmas shopping list.

Stong’s Market is pleased to once again sponsor this wonderful community event.  Be sure to stop by our table to pick up your complimentary coffee, tea and pastry so you are fuelled for your festive shopping!

For tickets and more information click below.


Stong’s believes in being a good neighbour. Our support of local communities and charities dates back to the first store opened by Carson Stong in 1931.

Mr. Stong’s generosity and leadership have served as the foundation of Stong’s commitment to the community. That involvement has earned us a reputation of being more than just the local grocer. Stong’s proudly supports our local community focusing on our Children’s Schools, Educational & Sports Programs as well as our local Community Organizations & Festivals, through the donation of products and services for fundraising events.

Online School Rebate Program

For all parents/faculty that spend money online at express.stongs.com, Stong’s can donate 4% of the orders back to the PAC. The more parents that participate, the higher the revenue will be generated for the school. I.e. For every $1000 spent, $40 will be donated to the PAC. Just choose your school during the checkout process and we will take care of the rest!

Stong’s Market is providing an exciting opportunity for parents to raise money for their children’s school through their weekly grocery purchases. We at Stong’s feel confident that this is an excellent opportunity to raise much needed funds for the school and ultimately our children.