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Markham is a community in the city of Markham, Southern Ontario.
Markham Village Community Centre is situated on the southeast corner of Markham Road and Highway 7. It was the old site of the Markham Fair which changed to the current site in 1977. The present building was constructed to mimic the shape of the old Agricultural Hall that once stood at the site.
From early May to early October a farmers market is organized along Robinson Street just west of Main Street. The market indwelled of tables and tents running from 8am to 1pm.
When people put into words of "Old Markham" or "Main Street" this is generally the area beginning at the intersection of Hwy. 7 and Hwy. 48 (also called Main Street) and then travels north to Sixteenth Ave. There are lots of streets enclosing Main Street the area is mostly known for its assemblage of old homes, shops and restaurant. This part of Main Street is coated with original, historical buildings and homes. Everything from freshly baked pies to high-end jewelry and fine clothing boutiques can be found here.