20 Years Serving the Community
Every Sunday Celebrating Fresh & Local
October 6, this Sunday, we will celebrate all that was good at the EFM during our fine summer months. I’m remembering a long and delicious cherry season and a wide variety of berries without end. The flowers, oh so beautiful with sensational colors brightened our mornings and freshened the air. Fresh hot food and baked goodies were a delight to many as well as the cheeses and meats that sustain us.
Of course many genres of fine music drifted through the Market mixing with untold numbers of conversations between Market goers and Vendors, the sounds coming together in an eclectic mix of joy, delight and happiness. Wonderful artists of all types wove a special mix of entrepreneurialism, creative flair, and a sense of wonder as they shaped their media into unique works or experiences enticing our sense of wonder and emotion.
And our farmers; where would we be without the greens, the colorful peppers, beets, carrots and all the rest? A world of deliciousness and nutrition freshly harvested from local farms across Washington, delivered to Market by those dedicated to a way of life of working the land and soil with their hands, hearts, and the humbleness inspired by nature.
On behalf of our outstanding staff: Barbara, Danny, Tammy, and Vanessa, Karen and Gary, sincerely thank our Customers and vendors, for another amazing year of community collaboration, contagious laughter, awesome food, great entertainment, and above all, your steady commitment to the success and longevity of the Everett Farmers Market!
See you on Sunday!
Thank You All
OPEN - June 2rd to October 6th
SUNDAY – 11am to 4pm
RAIN OR SHINE
We are your community market, offering EBT, WIC/Senior and FMNP to help to make fresh local produce available to all. The WSU Master Gardeners are on hand to discuss questions/concerns about growing plants and how to deal with pests safely in the garden.
Purchase flowers weekly from local Hmong Farmers, who work hard planting, hauling and arranging seasonal flowers that we here in Western Washington are very privileged to admire.