Here are the regular market vendors at the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market for the 2023 season. You can expect to see these core vendors almost every week.
- Honey by Big Daddy & Big Daddy’s Spread O’licious – Raw local honey, whipped honey and honey spreads
- Kettle Krazy – Kettle corn and fresh-squeezed lemonade
- Best Day Bakery – Cheesecake, cookies, brownies, crisps, cupcakes, shortcakes, cinnamon rolls, pies
- PNVP – Handmade custom leather goods and leatherwork
- Fresh Cut Farms – Deer Park-based farm with a large variety of seasonal produce
- Sunset Orchard on Green Bluff – 120-year-old orchard with flowers, fruits, mushrooms, produce and now canned goods
- Buchos Barkery – Organic, natural, handmade dog treats
- Marketplace Botanicals – Small-batch health and wellness body products using floral and herbal-infused ingredients
- Dancing Maiden Farm – Seasonal fresh produce, annual and perennial plant starts, cut flowers and dried flower arrangements
- Nokh – Rare and unusual heirloom and open-pollinated varieties of produce
- Dogwild Farm – We grow a variety of vegetables and flowers, with a specialty in garlic
- Midnight Acres Farms – Small family farm located in the West Plains of Spokane County
- Crochet Treasures – Crochet jewelry, earrings, bracelets, anklets, barefoot sandals, jar covers
- Torched S’mores – Artisanal s’mores made from scratch
- Growing Neighbors – A variety of produce sourced from small urban farms
- The Renegade Botanist – Microgreens, herbs, spices as well as leaf veggies, tomatoes and more
- Rind & Wheat – Seasonal and cultural breads, baked goods and artisan cheeses from chef Ricky Webster
- Yarn Geek – Handmade dolls, bags and stuffies
- Sunflower Hope – Natural soap and lotions, lip balm, bath bombs, jewelry and BoHo decor
- Lavender and Spruce – Beautiful baked goods with a healthy twist
- Moonstone Bakery – Lemon bars, scones, brownies and cookies
- River City Youth Ops – A youth urban farm network that grows and shares local produce
We’ll also be hosting additional one-time or short-term vendors plus community organizations each week throughout the season!
Every week you’ll also find our rotating free kids’ activity at the KERNEL booth. Kids who take part will get a $2 voucher to spend on fresh fruit and veggies.
The vendor application for our 2023 season is now live!
You can fill out the convenient online application here.
If you’d prefer to print and mail the application, you can download it here.
Important things to know:
- The market runs from 3–7pm every Friday.
- This season’s dates are June 2 to September 29.
- The market location is 2310 N. Monroe St. in Spokane.
- This is our market’s 11th year of operation and its 10th full season.
- There is no application fee.
- Season fees are $250, but there is a very large loyalty discount (see the application for details).
- Per diem fees are $20.
- You will need to have all the necessary permits and licenses before the season begins. If you’re unsure which paperwork you need, we can point you in the right direction.
- We are always looking for reliable hot food vendors (i.e., food trucks).
- We welcome vendors who are just starting out.
Any questions? Feel free to e-mail email@example.com or call (509) 255-3072.
Even though farmers markets around the country will function a little differently this season due to COVID-19 (please read what precautions we’re taking and what we expect of our vendors and shoppers), we couldn’t be more excited about our 2020 vendor lineup.
This season brings many returning favorites as well as some fresh faces with really amazing offerings.
… with even more to come as the season unfolds. We look forward to seeing you there!
* Joining the market in mid-June or later.
As a valuable food resource for our neighborhood and the wider community, the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market is designated as an essential business.
We’re pleased to bring you an opportunity to shop for groceries in an open-air environment and support local businesses—including farmers from our region! Shopping at a farmers market helps sustain our local economy. It also means fewer people will be in contact with your food.
Amid a time of uncertainty, we’re proud to be able to continue offering our market in the same place (2310 N Monroe) at the same time (Fridays, 3 to 7pm) and for a full 17-week season (June 5 to September 25, 2020).
We will be accepting cash, cards, EBT and WIC/Senior Checks this year (no personal checks, please). Our EBT Snap Market Match is a 100% match rate this year, which is up 80% from last year’s program. That means EBT customers will double their spending money when they shop at the market!
? Changes to Market Activities ?
- We love your pets, but this season we are asking you to keep them home. We will miss them dearly and are looking forward to 2021 when they can join us again. Service animals are always welcome. ?
- We are postponing all our “non-essential” arts and crafts vendors until further notice. The usual number of farms, bakeries and prepared food vendors will be joining us and look forward to seeing you this season.
- We will be eliminating public tables, benches and other public seating areas.
- We are canceling all extracurricular activities such as onsite kids activities (KERNEL), story time, live music and special events.
- We are discontinuing sampling, eliminating all common condiments and requiring all ready-to-eat food to be consumed offsite.
☀️ Our COVID-19 Safety Plan ☀️
You will probably notice some similarities in our plan that mirror other guidelines being used by markets in our region. As a proud member of the Inland Northwest Farmers Market Association, we stand proud in prioritizing the safety of our patrons and vendors.
- We will have ONE designated entrance (at our the market info booth) and ONE designated exit for the market.
- Hand-washing stations will be at the entrance & exit of market.
- Booths will be spaced at least 10 feet apart from each other.
- Markings will be made on the ground to suggest 6-foot distance to comply with physical distancing.
- We will be posting signage for customers with recommendations for market behavior.
- We will be posting signage for customers to find products and vendors at the market.
- To minimize handling, we are requiring vendors (not the customer) to choose and package products.
- Sick shoppers, vendors and market volunteers will be sent home and prohibited from the market.
? How You Can Help Us Be Successful ?
- Share this post.
- Please stay home if you are sick.
- Wear a mask to the market.
- Use the hand-washing stations.
- Come with a grocery list to shop.
- Limit how many people from your household visit (ideally 1 or 2).
- Offer to shop for your friends and neighbors.
- Let vendors pick and package your groceries.
- Do not eat at the market. Consume food offsite.
- Wash items when you get home.
- Share photos of what you got from the market. Tag us and the vendor on social media (Facebook & Instagram).
- Leave positive and constructive Google and Facebook reviews.
THANK YOU for supporting LOCAL! With love from your 100% volunteer Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market!! ??????
The vendor application for the 2019 season—our seventh!—of the Emerson-Garfield Farmers’ Market is now live.
Interested vendors can apply using our online form. It’s easy and free.
Alternatively, you can download the vendor application as a PDF, print it out and mail it to the address provided.
Full-season fees are the same as in prior years. It costs $250 up front, but vendors who attend at least 15 of the 17 markets will receive up to half of their fee back. That works out to a booth fee of just $7.35 per market.
We look forward to receiving your application! If you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call (509) 255-3072.