an assortment of vegetables at a puyallup area farmers market

Support Your Local Farmers Markets in Pierce and Kitsap Counties 

Markets are an important part of the summer for many farmers, and for their surrounding communities. In dense urban populations where access to fresh fruits and vegetables can be limited, they offer access to fresh, healthy foods. Each market is a unique community gathering place, where local families can shop for food as well as find fresh cut flowers, artisan baked goods, jewelry, art, and so much more. 

farmers pick vegetables in a field at Stump Root Farm
Photo courtesy of Stump Root Farm


There is something for the whole family at your local farmer’s market! Spending time together benefits the health and well-being of our families and communities and it creates opportunities for growth and learning with our loved ones. The Y is committed to empowering all people to reach their potential through Y programs and collaborations.

Find your local farmers market, as well as its location, time, and dates, in our list below. For more fun ideas, read our list of free, easy activities to enjoy with the whole family each day in August.



Tacoma Farmers Markets 

Proctor Farmers Market 
Saturdays from 9am-2pm | N 27th St. and N Proctor St. | March 27 to December 18

people walk next to fresh cut flowers at the tacoma farmers market in proctor.
Photo courtesy of Duggan Homes 


Broadway Farmers Market 
Thursdays from 10am-2pm | 9th & Broadway | May 6 to October 27 

Eastside Farmers Market 
Tuesdays from 3-7pm | 3501 McKinley Ave E | June 1 to August 31 

Multicare Market 
Fridays from 11am-2pm | 409 S J Street | August 6 to August 22 

Point Ruston Farmers Market 
Sundays from 10am-3pm | 5005 Ruston Way | June 6 to September 26 

Pierce County Farmers Markets 

City of Dupont Farmers Market 
Thursdays from 3-7pm | Clocktower Park | June 3 to September 2 

Gig Harbor Waterfront Farmers Market 
Thursdays from 1-7pm | Skansie Brothers Park | June 3 to September 9 

bouquets of flowers at the gig harbor waterfront farmers market
Photo courtesy of Gig Harbor Marina & Boatyard 


Orting Valley Farmers Market 
Fridays from 3-7pm | North Park | June 4 to August 27 

Puyallup Farmers Market 
Saturdays from 9am-2pm | Pioneer Park | April 10 to October 9 

Village Farmers Market in South Hill 
Tuesdays from 4-8:30pm | Sunrise Village Shopping Center | July 6 to September 7 

Steilacoom Farmers Market 
Wednesdays from 3-7pm | 1700 S. Lafayette St. | June 16 to August 25 

Lakewood Farmers Market 
Fridays from 2-6:30pm | Fort Steilacoom Park | May 21 to September 24 

a produce display from a puyallup area farmers market
Photo courtesy of the City of Lakewood



Bainbridge Island Farmers Market 
Saturdays from 10am-2pm | Town Square at City Hall | April 9 to November 30 

Belfair Saturday Market 
Saturdays from 10am-3pm | Belfair Elementary School | April 30 to end of season 

Bremerton Farmers Market 
Thursdays from 4-7pm | Evergreen Park | April 21 to September 30 

people walk around the silverdale farmers market
Photo courtesy of Kitsap Daily News 


Orchard Farmers Market 
Saturdays from 9am-2pm | Bay Street and Harrison Avenue Waterfront | April 16 to October 31 

Poulsbo Farmers Market 
Saturdays from 10am-2pm | Gateway Fellowship | April 2 to December 17 

Seabeck Community Market 
First and third Sundays from 12-4pm | 15565 Seabeck Hwy NW | April 3 to September 18 

Silverdale Farmers Market 
Tuesdays from 10am-3pm| Silverdale Antiques | April 30 to September 30 

tomato plants at a farmers market in silverdale
Photo courtesy of Silverdale Farmers Market 


Kingston Public Market 
Sundays from 10am-2pm | Mike Wallace Park | May 1 to end of season 

Gig Harbor Waterfront Farmers Market 
Thursdays from 1-7pm | Skansie Brothers Park | June 2 to September 8 


When you take the time to visit your local market, you are directly supporting the farmers, artisans, and vendors that enrich our communities and feed our families. At the Y, we believe that all people deserve access to fresh, healthy foods. Visiting farmer’s markets allows us to work toward our personal health goals and expands accessibility to nutritious food for low-income families and individuals. To learn more about nutrition and disease prevention, check out our Healthy Living programs. Achieve your wellness goals, find community support, and invest in yourself at the Y.