Warmer days are upon us in the Pacific Northwest, bringing about sunnier weather and some of the region’s freshest produce. Shop local this season and stop at Snohomish County’s farmers markets of 2022. Bringing farm-fresh produce, local goods and gifts, fascinating art and much more, you’ll be amazed at everything these markets have to offer. From Snohomish to Arlington, there is a local market right in your Snohomish County neighborhood to enjoy this season.

Snohomish County's Farmers Markets
Your pup will love you for getting them a treat at Skyler Dog Bakery at the Snohomish Farmer’s Market. Photo courtesy: Skyler Dog Bakery

Snohomish Farmers Market

Union & Glenn Avenue, Snohomish

Thursdays, 3 – 7 p.m.
May 5 – September 

Join Snohomish Farmers Market for their 31st season in the new location at Union and Glenn Avenue in Historic Downtown Snohomish. Featuring an incredible lineup of vendors, this market is packed with some of the best northwest-inspired finds. From freshly harvested produce from Happy Gnome Farm or High and Dry Farm, the farmers are growing seasonal favorites for your next meal.

Farm Fresh Northwest can also be found, with a wide range of pasture-raised meats grown by family farmers native to the Pacific Northwest. Looking for a snack while shopping at the market? Check out Huckleberry Corn Company for hand-popped, fresh kettle and caramel corn or Little Jamie’s Mini Donuts. You can even bring home a treat for the pup from Skyler Dog Bakery. Check out Lucky Mud Pottery for beautiful home ceramics. With so many unique, creative findings, there is something everyone will appreciate at the Snohomish Farmers Market.

Lake Stevens Farmers Market

Snohomish County's Farmers Markets
Find lovely flowers and more at the Lake Stevens Farmers Market. Photo courtesy: Lake Stevens Farmers Market

North Cove Park
1812 Main Street, Lake Stevens

Wednesdays 3 – 7 p.m.
June 1 – August 31

The Lake Stevens Farmers Market began in June 2020, utilizing the beautifully revitalized North Cove Park. Every season of this lakeside market is bigger and better than the last, with an amazing mix of new and returning vendors, offering farm-fresh produce, gourmet food items and specialty artisan goods.

This season marks the first year of EBT token use and market shoppers can have up to $40 of EBT funds matched with SNAP Market Match. This helps to increase purchasing power and local farmers and growers.

Walk, bike, or boat to the market each week! After enjoying the day, stay for the live band music with the Summer Music On The Lake series on market days from 6 to 9 p.m.

Snohomish County's Farmers Markets
Spicing things up is Bubba’s Salsa, found at the Snohomish Farmer’s Market. Photo courtesy: Bubba’s Salsa

Everett Farmers Market

2930 Wetmore Avenue, Everett

Sundays, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.
May 8 – October 30

Found in the heart of downtown is the Everett Farmers Market, opening on Sunday, May 8, just in time for Mother’s Day. Take mom out to the local Sunday market and enjoy sauntering through the wide range of vendors this year. Early shopping is available at 10:30 a.m. for seniors and high-risk customers.

Find spicy, fresh salsa from Bubba’s Salsa or take home something sweet and savory from Forever Moore Sweets. You’ll be pleasantly surprised with no shortage of produce straight from the farm, from Bill’s Fruit for Northwest seasonal fruit favorites to Fire Trail Farm for freshly picked veggies and more. Enjoy live music while shopping and grab a bite to eat from Holly’s Meat Pies, Washington’s original pastry company offering satisfying farm-to-table meals. Find hand-crafted sterling silver jewelry at Turtleworks and enticing handmade artisan soaps from Zooty Soap Company. Whatever brings you to the market, you will find something amazing at this year’s farmers market in Everett.

Snohomish County's Farmers Markets
Beautiful florals are available to brighten your home at Neng Garden, found at the Edmonds Museum Summer Market. Photo courtesy: Neng Garden

Edmonds Museum Summer Market

118 5th Avenue North, Edmonds

Saturdays, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
May 7 – October 8

Venture out to the Edmonds Museum Summer Market this spring and summer to show your support to local businesses. Offering only locally grown and produced items, there is no reselling or imported goods at this market. With over 90 vendors bringing their own grown and created products, you are sure to find some fantastic items at this summer market.

Take home a colorful and bright bouquet from Neng Garden, or find mesmerizing glass blooms at Everbloomin Glass Flowers for your garden. Check out Sky Valley Family Farm for some of “the tastiest and healthiest eggs, pork, chicken and beef” local to the region grown on certified organic fields. Stop by Wilson Fish Markets for high-quality wild King salmon, smoked King salmon, and halibut caught off the Washington coast. Stay close to home and shop local at the Edmonds Museum Summer Market.

Snohomish County's Farmers Markets
Take home freshly harvested produce from Grand View Family Farm at Arlington Farmer’s Market. Photo courtesy: Grand View Family Farm

Arlington Farmers Market

114 North Olympic, Arlington

Saturdays, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
May 7 – September

Kicking off the season on May 7 is the Arlington Farmers Market, located at Legion Park right in downtown. Bringing family fun to market shopping, embark on the Kids Bike Rodeo, the first event held on opening day. Bring your bike and ride the fun challenge course with prizes for Mother’s Day.

Take home delicious produce from Grandview Family Farm and indulge in the sweet blueberries and hazelnuts found at Hazel Blue Acres Farm. Spicing up the market, find live entertainment, freshly baked goods, home décor, and so much more at the Arlington Farmers Market. Find everything for your next farm-to-table meal while shopping fun, hand-crafted finds in downtown Arlington.

Longer, sunnier days are ahead of us, with no better time to get outside. Bringing only the best local finds this season, shop throughout Snohomish County at one of these fantastic farmers markets. Held every week in the spring and summer months, you can find farm-grown produce, meats, home goods, art, snacks and much more all in one convenient place. With an impressive list of vendors, you will enjoy shopping from small businesses specializing in only the finest straight from the Pacific Northwest. Gear up and shop Snohomish County’s farmers markets of 2022 for your next outing.

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