The Market


It's that time of year again.....the zucchinis are thriving and racing to outgrow all the other squash in the gardens and fields.  And it's time for you to design your wildest and fastest zucchini racers to be the winner in our annual extravaganza, no-holds barred, race to the finish on September 15th !

Race coordinator extraordinaire Betsey Wittick would like to enlist a few willing or unwilling sponsors of the race.  Be the first on your block to join the intrepid Cris Ugles as a race sponsor, and let us know if you would like to pony up $75 or $100 to support this major community event.  Special perks include a pre-race glimpse of the rigs and special seating or standing as the crowds allow.  


What's Fresh

At every Market our farmers have new produce picked farm fresh and healthy for you!  Get there early for your choice of favorites and help the earth by keeping the 'farm to fork' distance to a minimum!

Sweet corn, cauliflower, broccoli, fennel, beets, carrots, cucumbers, pickling cukes, garlic, sweet onions, squash, and many varieties of new potatoes are just now being harvested. And those little sweet strawberries are available every week. We have oysters and clams from Thorndyke Bay fresh every Saturday and delightful varieties of goat cheese from Port Madison Farm.  Ocean Tuna is back from fishing in the offshore waters of the northeastern Pacific and are bringing their sashimi grade, Pacific Albacore to the Market.

The beautiful bouquets of local flowers arranged artistically by our farmers will take your breath away and they will decorate your home until the next Market's vivid selection will dazzle you.

And check out the new creations by our wonderful artisans and crafters.


Market Location

Summer 2007 Market Season
Town Square at City Hall Park

Saturdays, April 14-Oct 20
9AM - 1PM

Wednesdays, July 11-Sept 12
4PM - 7PM

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See Market Guidelines and download an application by clicking on the Vendor link.

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The very best food grows close to home

What's the "secret ingredient" that today's star chefs use? They all rely
on seasonal, locally-grown ingredients. Food raised nearby is days or weeks fresher.
It tastes better because it's been bred for flavor and not for its ability to hold up for
the 2,000 mile trek that most food makes on its way into your shopping cart.

Food takes on a new meaning when you're able to say that "these are Danny's
strawberries we're eating tonight" Or Brian's tomatoes, Betsey's potatoes,
Rebecca's leeks.

Here's a summary of what's available at the Bainbridge Farmers Market and
when. For details take a look at the Farm calendar:

Spring: Greens galore. Tender salad mixes, arugula, broccoli shoots,
kale, spinach, chives, and radishes. Farm-fresh eggs and cheeses. Farm calendar

Early Summer: All of the above, plus Sugar Snap peas, English peas, beets,
carrots, zucchini, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, plums, onions,
new potatoes, and garlic shoots. Farm calendar

Late Summer: Everything above, plus corn, broccoli, tomatoes, peppers,
potatoes, garlic, cauliflower, green beans, potatoes, leeks, shallots, winter squash, pumpkins, cabbage, and apples. Farm calendar



Butler Green Farms

Cougar Creek Naturals

Farmhouse Organics

Friendly Natives

John’s Garden

Laughing Crow Farm

Leapfrog Farm

Persephone Farm

Port Madison Farm

Sundown Ridge Farm

Sweetlife Farm

Tani Creek Farm
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