Farmers Markets

The number of Farmers Markets in Spokane is growing.  Some markets are seasonal (open May through October), while others operate year-round. 

Farmers Markets are listed BELOW.

People like knowing the farmer, buying local produce at its peak of freshness, and supporting their local economy.  Markets are becoming social events, with live music, fresh produce, fresh bread, honey, crafts, art, and much more.  It is a great way to connect with our community. 

What You Can Do
  • Real Food Spokane.  Learn about farmers markets, nutrition, gardening, and ways you can get involved in making fresh, local food available to area residents and institutions.  For more information, contact
Nathan Calene
Spokane Food Policy Council
City of Spokane
(509) 279-8596

Local Organizations
Additional Resources

Spokane County Farmers Markets
are invited to share their seasonal schedules for this list.  Please include hours, opening and closing dates, and contact information.  (

Airway Heights
13100 West 14th Avenue
Hwy 2
Airway Heights, WA
Thursday, 9 am - 1 pm
(about June - September)
Cheney Farmers' Market
Cheney City Hall Parking Lot
(corner of 2nd and "C" Street)
609  2nd Street
Cheney, WA   99004
Tuesdays, 2pm - 6 pm
(about June - September)

Kristen Silva
(509) 235-2223

Deer Park Farmers' Market

412 W. Crawford
Deer Park, WA  990906
(509 276-4600
Thursdays, 9 am - 1 pm
Tuesdays - Sat, 9 am - 2 pm
(about June - October)

(509) 276-4600 or 979-1051
Emerson-Garfield Farmers Market
806 W. Knox Avenue
Spokane, WA 
(509) 720-7350
Fridays, 3 - 7 pm
(about June - October)

Fairwood Farmers' Market
319 W. Hastings Rd
Spokane, WA  99218
(located in the parking lot of Fairwood Office Suites)
(509) 466-0682
Hours:   3pm - 7 pm
(various days June - October)
Contact:  Andi Hoch, (509) 466-0682, (cell) 993-7519
The market's aim is to foster a sense of local community, while providing access to unique artisan products and fresh, affordable food that is grown or raised locally. 

5104 N. Market
Spokane, WA
Friday, 3 pm - 6 pm
(about June - October)

Kendall Night Market
Kendall Yards
Summit Parkway (main street), east of Cedar Street
Spokane, WA
(509) 321-5888
(Open mid-May to mid-October)
Wednesdays, 4 - 8 pm
Music, 40 local farmers and vendors

Liberty Lake Farmers Market
NOTE:  Only Senior & WIC Farmers Market Nutrition Program benefits accepted:
1421 N. Meadowwood Lane
(Liberty Square Building parking lot)
Liberty Lake, WA   99019
Saturdays, 9am – 1 pm
(about May - October)
(509) 879-4965

Millwood Farmers Market
Millwood Community Presbyterian Church 
3223 North Marguerite Rd.
Spokane Valley, WA
(509) 924-2350
(about May - September)
Wednesdays, 2 pm - 6 pm

Riverfront Park Farmers Market
Riverfront Park - downtown Spokane
(near the Looff Carrousel and Garbage Goat)
Contact:  Fred Meyer,
(509) 993-1230
(opens in June)
Rockford Farmers' and Flea Market
Town Park along 1st Street
Rockford, WA
(about June - September)
(509) 291-4716

South Perry Farmers’ Market
924 South Perry Street
Spokane, WA
Spring Season:
March until mid-May (indoors)
Summer Season: 
Winter Season: 
November-December (indoors)
Contact:  MaryAnn Delaney
(509)  879-1826

Spokane Farmers Market
20 W. 5th Avenue
Spokane, WA
(between Division and Browne)
(509) 995-0182
(about June to October)  

Thursday Market in the South Perry District
924 South Perry Street
Spokane, WA
CLOSED: January - April
Outdoor Market:  (about May - Oct.), Thursdays, 3 pm - 7 pm
Indoor Market:  (about November - December), Thursdays 3 pm - 6 pm
Contact:  MaryAnn Delaney 
(509)  879-1826

Veradale Farmers Market

16801 E. Sprague
Spokane Valley, WA
(near Sprague and Flora, in the Spokane Valley Eagles parking lot)
Tuesdays, 1-4 pm
(about May - September)

(509) 990-3683

West Central Marketplace

Cannon Playground
1603 N. Belt
Spokane, WA
Tuesdays, 3pm-6 pm
(about June - October)
(509) 703-7433
(This is part of Project Hope, a nonprofit teaching job skills, money management, marketing skills, gardening, and other life lessons to kids from difficult backgrounds.  These kids work and are paid on a sliding scale for about 15 hours a week, based on age, hours and years in the program.)