Puyallup Farmers’ Market Begins April 2017

Catching the First Produce of the Season

With this year’s banner shout of “ So Fresh and So Green”, a Downtown Puyallup tradition of 30 plus years rolls again into town, opening April 15th. The seasonal Saturday farmers’ market offers locally-grown produce, flowers & artisan foods, all grown in Washington state. Local farmers and producers, specialty food vendors and artisan crafters from all over the state come to the market to promote and sell their produce and products. You will also find respected non-profit organizations at the market promoting worthy causes while supporting the farmers.

The farmers’ market is sponsored by the Puyallup Main Street Association a nonprofit and charitable organization supported by memberships, contributions, fund raising events, and volunteer participation. Their mission is to create a vital, inviting downtown Puyallup which promotes quality business, cultural and community growth. It doesn’t only support the market, but also other special events as Clean Sweep, a street clean-up drive, also Meeker Days, an art and music festival in June, Art and Wine Walk, a business get-together of art and wine vendors by October, and Christmas events as well.

If you go and buy products at Puyallup’s farmers’ market, you are actually helping the community’s business endeavors, creating a positive image of the downtown area, and helping position Puyallup as heritage tourism destination.

Come to Puyallup Farmers’ Market, a premier regional weekend celebration! Market opens Saturdays from 9 am until 2 pm at Pioneer Park and Pavilion. It begins April and will last till October. They also provide top notch entertainment while visitors and local people shop.

Great Market Days Close By Motel Puyallup

Stay at our affordable motel in Puyallup for a few days and get premium amenities and awesome service. Spend your hard earn money shopping at the Farmers’ Market and bring back home goods and memories of our town. You don’t get any better deal than that while staying in Puyallup.