Held at Poynter Primary School in Duncraig, the market will include extra stalls and children’s activities to mark the occasion.
Market manager Cheryl Hamel-Smith said profits were returned to the school and local non-profit groups were given free access to stalls for fundraising.
“The market has forged a strong connection to community,” she said.
“It has proven that it is an important part of the community calendar and that the relationships between all involved – the customers, the school and stallholders – are something quite remarkable and should be celebrated.”
Shoppers can share in a birthday cake and there will be a raffle featuring prizes donated by stallholders.
The market will run from 9am to noon this Saturday.