Wednesdays & Saturdays, 8am-1pm
Season Ends October 30
20 W Fifth Avenue
Spokane WA 99202
The Spokane Farmers’ Market is the epitome of local and fresh. “There’s no imported foods. Nobody’s going to a warehouse for produce to resell,” says market manager Diane Reuter. Whether it is farm-grown vegetables or fresh-baked breads, the vendors at the Spokane market are selling their products direct to you .
Try a Lemon Huckleberry scone and other incredible flavors from The Scone Ranger. You will love the Pane Francese and other artisan breads from Arabesque Farms and Bakery. Check out Olsen Farm’s grass-fed, free-range meats along with their beef jerky and pepperoni and sausage sticks. Every week you will find the finest vegetables of the season from produce vendors like Tolstoy Farms and Vinegar Flats Farm.
Beverly Bailey of Mother Herbee’s Honey & Plants shared with me how much she loves being a vendor at the Spokane Farmers Market. “The market is easy to get in and out of. People are friendly and you have many regular, faithful customers,” she said. Her market stand sells freshly grown herbs, vegetables, and other plants, along with delicious honey.
The Spokane Farmers’ Market really is easy to get in and out of. You can park along 5th Ave directly in front of the market. The Spokane Transit Authority Bus 12 stops right in front of the market, another convenient way to get there.
If you want to experience a premier variety of locally grown food and other goods the Inland Northwest has to offer, this is the place.
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