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Edmonds Winter Market debuts Saturday

Market will be held once per month through April


Last updated 1/31/2022 at 10:58am

Firetrail Farm

Firetrail Farm is scheduled to be at the new Winter Market.

Edmonds, are you ready for a new farmers market? Of course you are!

The City-sponsored Edmonds Winter Market debuts noon-4:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 29, on Fifth Avenue North in front of City Hall and the Edmonds Museum.

The once-a-month market will also be held 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Feb. 26, March 26, and April 30.

The market is tied to the Lunar New Year celebration Jan. 29, and part of the festivities – including the traditional lion dance and a kung fu performance – begin at noon.

"Hearing from local vendors asking us to hold a monthly winter market was great news," said Mayor Mike Nelson.

"The City's Holiday Market and the popular spring and summer markets, hosted by the Historical Museum, have been wonderful for our residents and a great benefit to our local merchants."

More than 55 vendors will be participating Saturday, offering a wide range of items including artisan-packaged food, jewelry, locally made home items, and more.

Just a few of the vendors have already signed on, including Firetrail Farms, Little Jamie's Mini Donuts, Bedrock Industries, Slick Chick Jewelry, and Mayko Land Coffee.

Edmonds now has the Garden Market from May to the second Saturday in June and the Summer Market the third Saturday in June through the second Saturday in October. Both are put on by the Edmonds Historical Museum.

The City of Edmonds puts on the Holiday Market, which recently concluded its seventh season. It runs from the first Saturday in November through the last Saturday before Christmas Day.

This year, the City also debuted the Uptown Edmonds Evening Market during three Saturdays in July, August, and September.


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