Full Season or Occasional Spaces Available
With just a few exceptions, the spaces are 10×10 requiring vendor off loading. Farmers and processor spaces are available until we are full. Artisan and prepared food spaces are limited so please call ahead before sending in an application. All applications must be confirmed with the Market Manager prior to the day you are attending.
To become a Tumwater Farmers Market vendor, please review the TTCFM 2017 Vendor Rules and if you are interested in becoming a vendor, download the rules along with the TTCFM 2017 Vendor Application, and follow the instructions as appropriate and submit for approval.
Your may print and complete the form and mail with a check, or you can scan the completed form and email and pay with a credit card using the appropriate “Apply Now” button below which will take you to a secure pay online form.
Vendors can sign up for the full season which is 22 consecutive Wednesdays May-September. Deadline – Your application must be received before the market starts on May 3 in order to sign up for a full season spot.
The cost is $140-$150 plus daily sales commissions which works out to less than $7 per day which makes this by far the most economical way to sell at our market.
Non Farm Vendor
Occasional “Daily” Vendors
Vendors can also sign up for daily spots. You will still enjoy being listed in the newsletter and on the website. Cost is $15/week plus commissions ($10/week plus commissions for farm vendors)
Farm Daily Vendor
Non Farm Daily Vendor
Please call (360) 464-5879 if you have any questions.
We have unlimited spaces for farmers and processors (until the market is full).
There is a maximum of three prepared food vendors and limited spaces for artisans.
Artisans can sign up for the full season with the market. We have a limit on spaces available for this category so we encourage you to sign up early.
Handcrafted items such as jewelry, pottery, basketry, fine art, garden art and furniture, body care, gift items and clothing are acceptable. We highly encourage participation of artisans who work in materials or subject matter related to agriculture, horticulture, nutrition, wellness, sustainability and/or recycling.