Over 20+ vendors, many certified organic or on their way to it, sell their produce at the market. Depending on the week, you may find the expected: tomatoes, peppers, herbs, plums, peaches, cherries, apples; the unexpected: lavender and other flowers; and the unusual: gooseberries, currants and wool. One of the many special aspects of shopping at farmers’ markets is getting to know the farmers and vendors that work so hard to bring their beautiful offerings to market.
Per WA State Health Dept. guidelines, during this time of continued social distancing we will do our best to keep folks safe. Vendors will be wearing masks and practicing proper hygiene.
All attendees will be required to follow social distancing guidelines and encouraged to wear a mask. Hand washing stations will be implemented to ensure best sanitation practices. There will be one entrance and one exit from the market in order to keep the flow of people in the area contained.