Season Ends September 14
W Garland Ave & N Post St
Spokane WA 99205
The Garland District on the northside of Spokane is well known for its rich history and artsy vibe. Between annual street fairs, pub crawls, street music fundraisers for Second Harvest, Art Alley, and a collection of over 80 locally owned small businesses, the new Garland Summer Market is a natural extension of their commitment to the local art and business communities.
Every Tuesday, you will find vendors and live music located in the parking lots at the corners of Post and Providence and Garland and Post. Visit Dancing Maiden Farm in the Second Wind lot or check out the unique artwork by Freddy Throne Art. After, head south to the Gathering House parking lot and visit Garland Mercantile’s booth featuring a variety of unique specialty products made in and around Spokane. Grab a sweet treat from Maria’s Hawaiian Ice or maybe some crunchy crickets from Chomper Cricket Foods. Save some room for a burger and an old-school milkshake at Mary Lou’s Milk Bottle, or go relax for a bit at North Hill on Garland with a beer and some twisted pretzels or mac and cheese.
With an eclectic mix of shopping, food, art, and entertainment, the Garland Summer Market is the perfect way to spend a Tuesday afternoon with friends and family of all ages.