Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Cost: FREE
Depot Market Square 1100 Railroad Ave. Bellingham, WA Contact:
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The Bellingham Farmers Market is a community icon among locals, and supports small family farms, local businesses, and helps feed people healthy, nutritious food. Since suspending operations in March, the Market has been working diligently with the Whatcom County Health Department to create a modified market that ensures the health and safety of its vendors and shoppers.
The Bellingham Farmers Market is vital to the success of over one hundred local producers. They depend on the market being open in order to make sales, make ends meet, and ensure a thriving business. They want to feed you healthy, nutritious, tasty food – grown and made right here, where you live, work, and play. We hope you consider shopping at the farmers market for your produce and grocery needs. Every purchase truly makes a difference.
Guidelines to keep the markets safe and open:
- stay home if you are feeling sick
- wear a mask
- social distance and keep six feet apart from others as much as possible
- take all food to-go, as eating on site is not currently allowed
The Bellingham Farmers Market proudly accepts SNAP EBT (formerly “food stamps”) and pandemic EBT for families with children. The “Market Match” program can double a customer’s purchasing power up to $40. The market also accepts WIC and Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (FMNP) checks from June through October. Stop by the Info Booth for more information about food access at the market.