North Bend Farmers Market at Si View Park is a true community treasure bringing Washington farmers and artisans to our local community each summer. The Market welcomes visitors, brings together neighbors and vendors building community, supporting the local economy and promoting healthy living.
For fourteen years now, the North Bend Farmers Market has been hosted at the scenic Si View Park framed by a spectacular view of Mount Si. Visitors appreciate this unique setting while shopping for fresh produce, specialty products, gorgeous flowers, tasty treats and handmade gifts. Families with picnic blankets, strollers and leashed pets are a familiar sight at the market and a perfect fit for the relaxed atmosphere with live music and plenty of activities for kids to do.
The North Bend Farmers Market isnít just about selling, it is also about gathering and building community. A number of local non-profit organizations participate with messaging on volunteer opportunities and ways for community to get involved and support their locally focused missions. Non-profits have included environmental causes, church groups, event organizers, food security programs and more.
Live music is the perfect accompaniment to a market atmosphere. The picnic shelter adjacent to the playground is used for the concerts, which is an ideal location for both the musicians and the audience. A variety of genres is selected to reach a diverse audience throughout the season.
We are proud to be such an integral part of the community and look forward to your participation and support in 2020. Come shop local at the North Bend Farmers Market and taste the difference!
Please see the map for recommended parking areas.
The Market is a member of the Washington State Farmers Market Association and the National Farmers Market Coalition prioritizing vendor spaces to farmers and local businesses whenever possible. The market operates under permit from King County Public Health Department (KCPH), as do all participating food vendors. The Market is also authorized by the Washington State Liquor & Cannabis Board to allow sale and sampling of wine and beer by approved vendors.
2020 Vendor Applications open January 2020.