Snohomish County is home to many local businesses and farms producing some of the best home-grown goods. Find everything you need in the heart of downtown Snohomish at the Farmers Market, featuring 100+ vendors. Offering everything from fresh produce, flower bouquets, unique art pieces, household essentials and much more, show your support to local businesses at Snohomish Farmers Market. Bring your appetite, as the market features new pop-up food vendors each week. The market is open every Thursday, from May 6 until September 30, from 3-7 p.m. on the corner of Cedar and Pearl downtown.

Bubba’s yummy homemade salsas are sure to spice up any meal! Photo courtesy: Bubba’s Salsa

Produce and Food

Snohomish’s Farmers Market brings a wide variety of locally-grown produce from nearby farms, including the first of the season’s cherry tomatoes, blackberries, blueberries and stone fruits. Sweet corn and melons are among family favorites to be found at the market. Bring your farm-to-table essentials home from Radicle Roots Farm and Fire Trail Farm.

Those in favor of spice and flavor can check out homemade salsas in a variety of mouth-watering flavors from Bubba’s Salsa. A great addition to the farmers market garden-fresh offerings, their motto is “If it’s not fresh, it’s not Bubba’s.” Also, be sure to check out the fresh peaches and sweet peach cider from Ragged and Right Cider, producing high-end, locally-sourced hard ciders “that will get you somewhere between ragged and right.”

Dine out at one of many food options, including award-winning BBQ from War Pig Smokehouse, classic Filipino cuisine at 88 Cues, Indian favorites from The Food Atlas, and bring your sweet tooth for a savory dessert from Grain Artisan Bakery. These local restaurants and many more are found all in one place every Thursday afternoon at the market. Check the Online Vendor Directory to see which businesses are featured each week.

Garden and Blooms

Freshly picked produce from Radical Roots Farm. Photo courtesy: Radical Roots Farm

Don’t stop at the nursery on your way home. Fobes Hill Nursery comes to Snohomish Farmers Market, bringing high-quality plants, fruit trees, veggie starts and gorgeous flower baskets ready to complete any space. Check out their ready to plant, delicious berry bushes bearing a yummy snack for the whole family. Also making an appearance is Denim + Rain, cultivating a love for houseplants in unique, easy to care for air plants and home décor.

Stop and smell the flowers while at the market. Pick up an impressive bouquet of seasonal blooms from Happy Stems, a local mother and daughter-run flower farm. Offering all sizes of mason jar-filled u-picks, you will be sure to find something fabulous to bring home. Snohomish Farmers Market has you covered when it comes to sprucing up garden spaces and taking home fresh blooms.

Art and Household Essentials

Cutting Edge Knives and Sharpening featuring custom-made live edge pieces. Photo
courtesy: Cutting Edge Knives and Sharpening

Whether looking for unique artwork or kitchenware, you are sure to find something that piques your interest at the weekly market. Take a peek at Cutting Edge Knives and Sharpening for custom-made live edge pieces and gourmet kitchen knives. Bring your own knives for on-site knife sharpening offered at their pop-up. Also, featuring floating shelves and mantles, something rustic will capture your interest at Cutting Edge.

Take home the beauty of the Pacific Northwest from Mosstangle Arts, offering stunning art pieces engraved in wood by flame. Something you have to truly see to appreciate, these unique pieces created through wood burning are one of a kind. Be sure to check out their DIY kits for fun creations that can be made at home or attend live online and in-person classes to learn how to master the art yourself. Check their online schedule for a list of upcoming courses.

For fun and uplifting gifts and decals, sure to spruce up your home or office space, stop by Tusks and Peonies, featuring inspiring art, floral designs, funny quotes, calligraphy and body-positive prints. Snohomish artist Emily Voss creates inspiring designs that send a message. Check out Emily’s Etsy shop to view her latest creations or to place an online order.

Snohomish Farmer’s Market, open Thursdays 3 to 7 p.m. downtown. Photo courtesy: Snohomish Farmers Market

Soak up some self-care by stopping at The Old White House, featuring natural lavender home and self-care products made for families. What started as making homemade laundry soap safe for her children has blossomed into a local favorite shop with an online store offering aromatherapy room sprays, kitchen and bath cleaners, carpet fresheners and more.

The Pacific Northwest is home to fabulous farmers markets thanks to its luscious farms, hard-working business owners and delicious eateries. Shop local and support small businesses downtown every Thursday afternoon at Snohomish Farmers Market on the corner of Cedar and Pearl. From blooms to one-of-a-kind art and home décor, there is something for the whole family at Snohomish Farmers Market.

Snohomish Farmers Market
105 Cedar Ave.

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