Everything You’ve Ever Wanted to Know About Everett Farmer’s Market

May 30, 2012

Events in Everett, Everett

Opens Sunday – June 3rd, 2012 – 11am – 4pm
The Everett Farmers Market
19th Season of the Original Everett Farmers Market

 

We are very excited to start the new market season.  We are looking forward to another season full of great activities and locally grown produce. You will find some of your favorite vendors from seasons past, and a handful of new artisans and farmers who should fit nicely into the Everett Farmers Market community. Be sure to check out the new website at www.everettfarmersmarket.net, for the music calendar, an updated list of vendors, as well as posts to our blog about when your favorite produce will be arriving at the Market.

 

Thank you for supporting your local Everett Farmers Market.

 

Gary Purves and Karen Erickson

 

www.everettfarmersmarket.net

everettfarmersmarket@gmail.com

 

 

 View of the Everett Farmers Marke from the Marina.

Thanks to Dawn Bennett of dawnsaddiction.blogspot.com for this great photo!

The Original Everett Farmers Market

Carpool to the Everett Farmers Market

Photo by www.sustainable-sphere.com

 

June 3rd – Music at the Market

Ali Marcus – www.alimarcus.com

Market Hours

 

11 am – 4 pm for safety for our customers and fairness to all Vendors there is NO shopping before 11am.  Vendors will be in the market place prior to market open, please do let them set up their stall spaces.

Park at these locations:

  • Southeast corner of 18th Street and West Marine View Drive in the Weyerhaeuser Building parking lot under the Marina Village street sign.
  • South end of the Market behind the old Scuttlebutt’s Restaurant-look for signage
  • South side of Bayside Marine on 14th and West Marine View Drive-parallel parking only
  • Overflow: Westside of Scuttlebutt Brewing Co. in gravel parking area
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Payment Accepted: Cash, Credit, Debit, SNAP EBT, WIC

 

At the Everett Farmers Market you can use the following means of payment:

  • Cash
  • Debit
  • Credit (Visa, MC)
  • SNAP/EBT Card
  • WIC and Senior Farmers Market Coupons

This is our 2nd Season accepting EBT/SNAP (food stamps) and Credit Cards at the market. For cash sales, go straight to the vendor.
For  credit, debit or SNAP/EBT, visit the Market Manager’s Booth with the central terminal to obtain tokens accepted by all our market vendors products. EBT tokens are available for $1 each and credit card tokens are $10. The tokens can be used to make qualifying purchases from participating vendors at stalls. You can spend tokens right away or save them for another day when you return to the market. 

    

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