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    Every Seattle Area Farmers Market Currently Open

    Farmers markets are springing up all around the greater Seattle area. It took a little extra time this year for the markets to open to make sure people could shop safely. Most markets have walk-through markets and pre-ordering available. Please check the provided for each market’s Covid-19 guidlines.




    RentonMarket at the Piazza

    June-September 3:00pm-7:00pm

    The Renton Farmers Market is held at the Renton Piazza in downtown Renton. Entrance is at  S 3rd St and Logan Avenue S.

    This year, the Renton Farmers Market will change from being the community-gathering place it has been for 19 years, to a quick in-and-out destination for essential food shopping.   While you will not see local artisans, crafters, ready-to-eat foods,  be assured that your favorite farmers will be ready with their Washington-grown fresh produce, flowers, and other staples that you have come to enjoy




    Tuesday 12-6pm June 4-Sep 24

    The farmer’s market is held in the east parking lot of the crossroads shopping center.
    15600 NE 8th Street Bellevue, WA 98008

    You can find more than just super fresh lettuce at this farmer’s market. The Crossroads market has live music every Tuesday along with plenty of local artisans. With consistent dairy vendors, smith brothers, and farmer’s with fresh berries and produce you can do almost all your weekly grocery shopping at Crossroads.

    Ages 60+ and high-risk customers: 11:30am – 12:00pm
    Hours for General Public: 12:00 – 6:00pm


    Snoqualmie- Snoqualmie Farmers Market

    Tuesday 4-7pm July 24- August 28

    Closed for 2020

    A small Farmer’s market in the Snoqualmie Ridge neighborhood with some fresh produce, local artisans and crafters.

    *Note: this is not the Snoqualmie Valley Farmers Market which is in Carnation

    Center Blvd SE Snoqualmie







    KirklandKirkland Market

    Wednesday 2-7pm June 5- September 25

    Enjoy a day at the beach while shopping local produce and artisan goods.

    Marina Park 25 Lakeshore Plaza, Kirkland WA 98033







    TukwillaTukwilla Village Farmer’s Market

    June 24- October 4:00pm-7:00pm

    Located at Tukwila Village Plaza, 14350 Tukwila International Blvd, Tukwila.

    We offer fresh produce grown locally by refugees and immigrants, and we accept SNAP benefits and double them with SNAP Market Match.  The Tukwila Village Farmers Market is hosted by Food Innovation Network.






    SammamishSammamish Farmers Market

    Wednesday 4-8pm May -Sept 2

    Come for the produce stay for the food trucks. The Sammamish Farmer’s Market has an amazing variety of international food vendors. Highlights include: Simply Desi, vegetarian Indian Street Food, Panda Dim Sum, buns dumplings and noodles, as well as Taqueria Los Chilangos.

    New Location! For the 2020 season, the market will be hosted at The Red Barn Farm at the intersection of 202 and Sahalee Way. The farmers market also asks that you leave your dogs at home.




    Columbia CityColumbia City Farmer’s Market


    37th Ave S & S Edmunds St, just off Rainier Ave S., in South Seattle, 98118

    ENTER AT : S Edmunds St and 35th Ave S. The line will continue S on 35th

    LINE UP AT : Edmunds St and 35th Ave S. and continue S on 35th

    The Columbia City Farmers Market is in the center of the most diverse zip-code in the country with offerings as varied as its regulars. Find rare Asian greens in the same space as incredible Ethiopian fare.





    BellevueBellevue Farmers Market

    June 3- Oct 8 3:00pm-7:00pm

    BFM operates a seasonal Thursday farmers market, held every week rain or shine from May – October. Each market day is composed of its own unique mix of vendors offering seasonal fruits & vegetables, cut flowers, fresh meats, one-of-a-kind artisan goods, and tasty cuisine. All BFM vendors grow and make the products they sell, and we are proud to say everything sold at our market comes from within the great state of Washington.

    You can find the market at 1717 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 Located in the parking lot of Bellevue Presbyterian Church



    Queen Anne- Queen Ann Farmer’s Market

    May 28- October 8 3:00pm-7:30pm

    Queen Anne Avenue North & West Crockett Street Seattle, WA 98109

    We’re often asked how our nonprofit, independent market came about. Queen Anne Farmers Market grew from a wonderful community brainstorming meeting that we held after a group of neighbors worked hard to save our local grocer, Metropolitan Market’s, place on the hill.  Of all the great ideas that day, a farmers market resonated the most with all of us, and a small group formed during that summer of 2006





    MadronaMadrona Farmer’s Market


    We offer a range of seasonal produce from Washington farmers, fishers and ranchers. You’ll also find an extraordinary variety of artisan foods made from locally grown ingredients sourced directly from Washington family farms.

    The  Market is located in the parking lot of the Madrona Grocery Outlet, at the corner of Martin Luther King, Jr. Way and E. Union Street.






    Issaquah- Issaquah Farmers Market

    June 6- Sept 26 9:00am-2:00pm

    It’s a family affair at Issaquah’s farmer’s market. On any given Saturday, besides great fresh and local produce, you can find fun activities for kids and live music. If you are trying to grow your own produce this summer master gardeners are on site every Saturday to answer questions and help you get the most out of your garden, whatever you are growing.

    Pickering Barn

    1730 10th Ave. N.W.

    Issaquah, WA 98027


    Redmond- Redmond Farmers Market

    July 4 – October 31st 10:00 am – 2:00 pm.

    The Redmond Saturday Market has been described as the Cadillac or farmers markets. This market has basics, fresh organic produce, artisans and food. However for the year 2020 there will be no special events.

    New Location! This year the market will be in Parking Lot D of Overlake Christian Church:
    9900 Willows Road
    Redmond, WA 98052




    University District- University District Farmer’s Market

    Year Round 9:00 am -2:00pm

    University Way NE (the “Ave”) between 50th & 52nd, 98105

    ENTER AT : University Way NE & 52nd Street

    LINE UP AT : 52nd Street heading west then south on Brooklyn.

    Recognized as one of the best farmers markets in the U.S., the University District Farmers Market is Seattle’s largest food-only market and has been operating since 1993



    Maple Valley- Maple Valley Farmer’s Market

    June 11- September  26 9:00am-2:00pm

    25719 Maple Valley Black Diamond Road SE, Maple Valley, WA 98038.

    Due to safety considerations, this season the Market’s primary objective will be distribution of fresh food and essential products only. The Market will operate with a modified layout, and enforced social distancing, sanitation and safety measures.




    Mercer Island- Mercer Island Farmer’s Market

    June 2- September 27 10:00am-2:00pm

    7700 SE 32nd Street, Mercer Island, WA 98040

    The Mercer Island Farmers Market connects growers, consumers, and the Island business community to create a valuable, sustainable community asset






    Ballard- Ballard Farmer’s Market

      Year Round 10:00am–2:00pm

    Located at 22nd Avenue NW and NW Market Street.

    Open since 2000, Ballard Farmers Market is Seattle’s first year-round neighborhood farmers market selling produce exclusively from Washington state farmers.






    Capitol Hill- Capitol Hill Farmer’s Market

    Year Round 11:00am- 3:00pm

    Broadway Ave E and E Pine Street, 98112

    ENTER AT : West side of Broadway Ave E & East Howell Street

    LINE UP AT : E Howell Street heading west then south on Harvard Ave





    West Seattle- West Seattle Farmer’s Market

    Year Round 10:00 am- 2:00 pm

    California Ave SW & SW Alaska, in the heart of the West Seattle Junction, 98116

    ENTER AT : California Ave SW & SW Alaska

    LINE UP AT : NE side of SW Alaska street then head north on 42nd Ave

    The West Seattle Farmers Market is a beloved Sunday ritual and weekend destination for families across South Seattle. Our fastest growing market, the WSFM has featured up to 70 vendors during peak season! Its popularity with both the neighbors and Junction businesses is growing for a reason, the community atmosphere can’t be beat.



    For some other great local spots check out our blogs on Boehm’s Candies and Vino Bella.


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