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The Bainbridge Island Farmers' Market

What's for Sale

The Bainbridge Farmers’ Market is a truly local market; the variety and quality of food and artwork that comes from right here in Kitsap County is astounding. Only handmade, homemade or homegrown products, produced or harvested by the vendors themselves can be sold at the Market. So every time you fill your bags with fresh and flavorful food, you’re helping local businesses flourish. Here’s a sampling of what you’ll find:

Farm products
From the tender spring greens of April to the kaleidoscope of squash in October, you’ll find an ever-changing selection of just-picked produce at the Market. You’ll also find farm-fresh eggs, local seafood, sustainably raised meats, and more. Want to know what’s fresh this week? Check out the Farm calendar, and sign up for the e-mail Market Update. Farm Products>>
  Flowers & plants
Fresh-picked bouquets are a revelation; they stay beautiful for days longer than flowers shipped from thousands of miles away. They’re so alive they continue to blossom after you take them home! And the price makes the deal even sweeter. The colors and shapes change through the season; from the heady lilacs of spring to the brash sunflowers of fall. Flowers & Plants>>
  Specialty foods
Artisan breads, cheeses, soups and pastries are brought fresh each week to the Market. You’ll also find morning-fresh eggs from cheerful chickens. Satisfy your sweet-tooth with local jams and honey, or go for the hot stuff with homemade salsa. And then raise a toast to all of this local bounty with wines crafted from island-grown grapes. Specialty Foods>>
  Arts & crafts
Bainbridge Island is home to some very talented artisans, and the Market is the place to find them. All of the crafts are made by hand. From fine fleece clothing to bright children’s flannel, etched glass and pottery, jewelry, and tasty treats for skin and bath, you’ll find a stunning display of local talent every week. There’s even a skilled masseuse to help soothe away the week’s kinks with a relaxing chair massage. Arts & Crafts>>

The chilly weather has produce coming up 3-4 weeks later than scheduled this year, but you’ll find the makings for glorious salads and sides, 8 varieties of goat cheese, fresh oysters and clams, Island-grown wine, and a host of other delights.

Summer Market Season
Saturdays, April 14-Oct 20
City Hall Park

Want to be a vendor?
See Market Guidelines and download an application by clicking on the Vendor link.

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Photo (above): Jeff Goodwin
Photos (left): Kris Carroll

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