The Neighborhood Farmers Markets
Hours, dates and locations for our seven Farmers Markets.
Our seven neighborhood farmers markets:
- University District (Saturdays, 9am - 2pm, Year-round) University Way NE (the "Ave") between 50th & 52nd, 98105
- Capitol Hill Broadway (Sundays, 11am-3pm, Year-round)
Broadway Ave E & E Pine St at Seattle Central Community College on Capitol Hill, 98102
- West Seattle (Sundays, 10am - 2pm, Year-round)
California Ave SW & SW Alaska, in the heart of the West Seattle Junction, 98116
- Columbia City (Wednesdays, 3-7pm, May 7-Oct 15, 2014) at 37th Ave S & S Edmunds St, just off Rainier Ave S., in South Seattle, 98118 (special chef shopping hour: 2-3pm at Columbia City Farmers Market)
- Lake City (Thursdays, 3-7pm, June 12-Oct 2, 2014) at NE 125th & 28th NE, next to the Library off Lake City Way, 98125
- Phinney (Fridays, 3-7pm, June 6-Oct 3, 2014) at N 67th St & Phinney Ave N, in upper lot at Phinney Neighborhood Cntr, 98103
- Magnolia (Saturdays, 10am-2pm, June 7-Oct 11, 2014) at 33rd Ave W & W McGraw Str in the Magnolia Village
The National Farmers Market Coalition defines a farmers market as one which "operates multiple times per year and is organized for the purpose of facilitating personal connections that create mutual benefits for local farmers, shoppers, and communities. To fulfill that objective farmers markets define the term local, regularly communicate that definition to the public, and implement rules/guidelines of operation that ensure that the farmers market consists principally of farms selling directly to the public products that the farms have produced."
Our seven Neighborhood Farmers Markets are local, food-and-farmer-only markets. For our markets, this means we sell only Washington State farm products and processed foods (no crafts, flea markets, non-food businesses or wholesalers). If you are interested in selling at our markets, or want to know more about who sells at our markets, please read the details on our Vendors pages.
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