First off, thank you for your patronage in 2017. We appreciate our customers and community so much.

2018 is underway and like you the Bellingham Farmers Market is hard at work. Our unique mix of farmers, crafters, food vendors and service providers are here to provide you with diverse offerings throughout the year.

Here are a few things to know about your favorite northwest Washington Farmers Market for this year.

Our winter market is up and running! Open the third Saturday of January, February, and March from 10 to 3pm. Arrive just before 10am to hear the opening bell and experience the market coming to life.

Winter Market Dates: January 20, February 17, March 17 Depot Market Square

Get information on how to get here and where to park. HERE

In the meantime the Bellingham Farmers Market current and future vendors are engaged in the application process for the market season beginning April 7. The Application process for the 2018 Market is now closed. If you are interested in being a vendor at the Bellingham Farmers check our How To Vend page.

2018 Bellingham Farmers Market Grand Opening: Saturday April 7,  2018 10am-3pm

Join us downtown for our annual cabbage toss to ring in the new market year. Enjoy the market, music, and community. Visit your old favorite vendors as well all the freshly minted ones. Our market mix is as diverse as our customer base. Something we are quite proud of.

Before you know it we will be enjoying longer evenings. The Bellingham Farmers Market is pleased to announce new hours for the Wednesday Farmers Market on the Village Green in Fairhaven. The new hours are 3-7pm. Starting June 6 2018. Swing by to pick-up fresh produce as well as ready-to-eat food. Enjoy our midweek market, listen to music and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Dancing is allowed.

2018 Wednesday Market opens June 6 and runs through August 29. 3-7pm

Until then we look forward to seeing you at the Winter Market in our Depot Market Square home. Offerings at the winter market include meat, cheese, eggs, our trademark crafts and fresh winter greens like Kale and Mustard. Did you know kale is actually best in the winter? Colder temperatures turn the starches into sugar, creating a more tender and sweeter product. Try one of our favorite Kale recipes HERE.