Inviting You To Our Weekly Party

That’s what we consider the Tumwater Town Center Farmers Market, you know, a party where community is fostered and friends gather.  If you haven’t joined us yet, you have four more Wednesdays to do so.

Here’s what is waiting for you this Wednesday from 10-2.

Bags and More…..rainbow colored gift bags market down….$3 each

Blooming Artichoke…..herbs, herbal tea, and hand-crafted items for the upcoming holiday season

Charm of Finches Bakery…..healthy sourdough bread

Claddagh Cold Brew…..best damned coffee to be found

GemStone Knobs…..Gifts for the holidays, new treasure boxes, hand-painted coasters, finials

Peacock Creamery…..Find out just how tasty goat cheese can be

P’Zazz…..jewelry for every occasion, the perfect accessories

RawkStar…..when healthy eating is important, RawkStar is the name to look for

Guerrero…..only the best in fruits and vegetables

SouthBay BBQ…..your tummy will be oh-so-pleased with what we cook up

Starry Lane Apiary…..friendly and happy bees produce the tastiest honey

Stoney Plains…..Locally grown produce for your families

Vue Farms…..As fall approaches, we continue to add a touch of summer color to your homes

Wishing Willow Farm…..micro-greens are the latest rage and we have the best

Only Five Weeks To Go

It’s hard to believe but this season is almost over.  You only have five more opportunities to visit the Tumwater Town Center Farmers Market and then we pull the plug for this year.

And what a year it has been!

You may not be aware of this, but there are quite a few items at the Market you just can’t find anywhere else.  Keep that in mind during the next five weeks.  It might be a good idea to stock up on some of your favorite items because the Market won’t start up again until next April.

As always, we want to offer a huge thank you to our vendors and the tremendous support we have received from our sponsors and our customers.  Words really can’t express how grateful we are.

See you this Wednesday!

Saluting Local Farms

In 1870, 50% of the United States workers were involved in farming.

Today it is 2%.

Today, 2.2 million Americans work on farms, the average farm is 460 acres in size.

2.2 million Americans doing the work to feed over 350 million Americans and countless foreign countries.  The average income for a farmhand in 2009 was just over $9 per hour.

Where would we be without them?

Tumwater Town Center Farmers Market salutes the local farmers of Thurston County.

You are appreciated!

What’s Happening at the Market 8-16-17

Here’s what you’ll find at the Market tomorrow from 10-2:

Bags and More….rainbow colored gift bags on sale; say “I love you” in a colorful way

Blooming Artichoke…..plant sale this Wednesday; it’s never too late to grow something beautiful.

Charm of Finches….the best gluten-free sourdough bread in town

Claddagh Cold Brew…..you may think you know coffee, but until you try Cold Brew, you’ve just been pretending

Fina’s Salsa…..chips and salsa, just in time for the start of football season

Gemstone Knobs…..lamps, finials, add a touch of class to your home

Lost Peacock Creamery…..if you can find better Chevre then buy it; we don’t think you can

Nana Kathy’s…..bar none, the best little bakery in Thurston County, literally from Kathy’s kitchen to your mouth

P’Zazz…..jewelry that makes a statement about who you are

RawkStar…..when healthy is important to you, then RawkStar is the place to eat

RP Guerrero…..peaches, Bartlett Pears, potatoes, straight from the ground and branch to your table

Sassy Seafood….family-owned boat and processing in Westport, from boat to belly, great Albacore

Southbay BBQ…..we stop your stomach from rumbling with mouthwatering goodness

Starry Lanes Apiary…..fresh honey, produced with love by our own bees

Stoney Plains…..know your farmer, know your health; we provide the best in veggies

Vue Farms…..what do we bring to you? Color and smiles in the form of flowers

Wishing Willow Farms…..we are small but mighty, overflowing with healthy green alternatives.

The Heat Is Gone; Won’t You Join Us?

I think I speak for everyone, vendors and customers alike, in saying it is a blessed relief to see the hot temperatures move on. Two straight Market days with temps over ninety was just a bit much for us all.

So the weather forecast calling for temps in the 70’s this coming Wednesday is welcomed news indeed.

We would love to see everyone come out this coming Wednesday and share in the community experience that is Tumwater Town Center Farmers Market.  This is harvest time, and the Market will of course feature the freshest produce and fruits you can find, all grown with loving care, all natural, and all healthy.

We have a covered area where you can have a bite to eat and enjoy the lunchtime music, and we have craftspeople with their wares, fresh honey, the best cheeses in the area, and much, much more.

Wednesday, 10-2, at the corner of Israel and Capitol Way.

On Tap For Tomorrow, August 9th

Here’s what our vendors are promising for the market tomorrow, August 9th:

Fina’s Salsa…..go ahead, try and find a better homemade salsa…we dare you…salsa lovingly made in our kitchen.

Gemstone…..new treasure boxes and new lamps with coordinating finials

Johnson Berry Farm…..from our vines to your mouth, local mouth-watering berries

Lost Peacock Creamery…..there is only one market in Thurston County that carries our cheeses, and that is Tumwater Town Center Farmers Market.  Buy two for $10!

Nana Kathy’s Baked Goods…..thank you for the donations for my new mixer.  Free mini-cupcakes at the market for as long as they last.

P’Zazz…..hand-crafted jewelry for those who deserve the very best

RP Guerrero…..we grow them, we truck them, an we sell them, from our family to yours

RawkStar….best smoothies in town, a taste-quencher per excellence!

Sassy Seafood…..we catch them, we process them, we can them,and we sell them, best Albacore Tuna, from boat to belly.

Southbay BBQ…..pulled pork sandwiches, anyone?  Make your tummies happy!

Starry Lanes Apiary…..the honey is ready for sale!!!!! Thank you bees!

Stoney Plains…..if locally-grown veggies are your things, then we are your next stop.

Vue Farms…..colorful cut flowers to brighten up your work week.

Hope to see you all tomorrow, 10-2, corner of Israel and Capitol Way