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Skagit Valley Farmer’s Markets – Updated 2/2017
Saturday Market Location River Walk Park 9am – 2pm
The 2017 season is at the River Walk Park plaza in downtown Mount Vernon. The new bathrooms are ready and open, and there is plenty of parking along Main Street, either North of Gates St. or South of Myrtle St. Take the Kincaid St exit off I-5 and head west to S Main St. Then make a right turn onto Main St. and start looking for parking – you’ll hear/see/smell us soon!
Wednesday Market Kincaid Entrance lawn at the Skagit Valley Hospital 11am – 4pm
Weekly during the summer months on the grassy shady Kincaid Entrance lawn at the Skagit Valley Hospital. This Market runs from 11am-4pm and is a great opportunity for a mid-week great produce re-supply! Just because this market is smaller than the one on Saturday, does not make it any less awesome…
Website: Mount Vernon Farmers Market
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The Mount Vernon Farmers Market Welcomes:
We have so many great things in store for you this season including more food vendors and kids activities as well as the successful workshops series and a fantastic music line up.
We also are delighted and proud to announce that we be offering a Double Bucks program to all our EBT users! Thanks to a generous grant, when you come to the information booth for your EBT tokens we will DOUBLE it! Come and stock up your pantry with wholesome and delicious foods and veggies starts too!
Website: Anacortes Farmers Market
The Market will run from May 22 through October 16, 2013.
Find us, rain or shine, at beautiful Hammer Heritage Square on the corner of Metcalf and Ferry streets in downtown Sedro-Woolley. Look for the clocktower!
Favorite vendors and new, soon-to-be favorite vendors, offer Skagit County’s freshest produce, yummy baked goods, lovely bouquets, tasty BBQ, spicy nut snacks, divine cheese, seasonal flowers, hot soup of the day, handcrafted soaps, freshly roasted coffee beans, original art, handmade items including socks and jewelry.
Website: Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market