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University District Farmers Market
Welcome!

Opening Day at the U District Market The University District Farmers Market is Seattle's oldest and largest "Farmers-Only" neighborhood market. Founded in 1993, the market offers a place for more than 50 Washington State farmers to sell their fresh produce and quality products each week of the growing season.

Some featured items at the market are seasonal fresh fruit and vegetables from both sides of the state, fresh organic produce, herbs, wild mushrooms, fresh farmstead cheeses, free-range chicken and eggs, pastured organic beef, fresh fish and shellfish, hazelnuts, cider, fresh pasta, honey, flowers, nursery stock, fresh bread and other baked goods, and wine from local vintners.

Selecting the best that the market offers.
Open Saturdays, 9am-2pm, from May 7 - Dec 17, 2005 (no market 5/21/05), the University District Farmers Market is located on the "Ave" at NE 50th. On-street parking can be found in the vicinity, and the market provides tokens to shoppers for one free hour of parking in nearby lots. A map of parking lots that accept the tokens can be found here.

 

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