Everett Farmers Market To Move In 2016

October 15, 2015

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Sunday is your last chance this year to visit the award winning Everett Farmers Market.

A reminder that this is the last Sunday of the season for the Everett Farmers Market. And here’s a big announcement. We’ve just received word that the market will be moving to a new bigger location in the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place Development next year. Here’s the scoop direct from Everett Farmers Market

The Everett Farmers Market, a Sunday May – October seasonal market, located at the Port of Everett waterfront, is moving to a new location in 2016!

It’s been a great run on the wooden planked wharf  at 1600 West Marine View Drive. Now say HELLO to the Port’s Boxcar Park, nestled between the Everett Yacht Club, and the North Docks.  http://www.portofeverett.com/marina/facilities/marina-map.

We will have additional room to spread our wings, embrace the quiet space, view the Olympics, and most of all, host a wonderful variety of local farmers and growers, crafty artisans, value-added processors, and tasty concessionaires for all you foodies.

Why you say? Well, the City of Everett is building a pedestrian bridge, beginning at Grand Avenue Park, which will land where the EFM Music Canopy is today. Read about the entire project, review architectural renderings, and study the construction timeline here:

For the interim, the EFM will conduct business at Boxcar Park until new construction of Waterfront Place is well under way. Read about the Port’s mixed-use development project here.

Please join us this Sunday, October 18th for the last day of the Season at our current location on the Waterfront, a special place you have enjoyed for the last twenty-two years, and support your hard-working local growers, classy artisans, flower vendors extraordinaire, and specialty food entrepreneurs.


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