Courtesy of Renton Farmers Market.

Courtesy of Renton Farmers Market.

Renton Farmers Market opens 21st season at Piazza Park on June 7

The market will include a wide variety of local farms, businesses and craftsmakers.

The Renton Farmers Market will open their 21st season in downtown Renton at Piazza Park at 523 S. Third St. on Tuesday, June 7, at 3 pm.

Visitors will be able to purchase locally grown flowers, fruits, and vegetables; fresh baked goods; meats and cheeses; wines; mead; ciders; and handmade crafts.

Vendors attending the market include: Brewmasters Bakery, Beana’s Hand Pies, Macadons, Sidhu Farms, Trevani Truffles, Puget Sound Cider Company, and many others. The market maintains a current vendor list here.

Washington State University’s Master Gardeners will be at the market each week to answer garden-related questions as well.

The market is not operating under any COVID restrictions.

Free parking is available in the nearby City Center Parking Garage at 655 South 2nd St. The market is also adjacent to the Renton Transit Center for easy access via public transportation.

In addition to opening day, the market has several “theme days” scheduled, including: Pop-Up with a Cop on June 14 and July 12, Kids’ Day on June 28, Wellness Day on July 26, National Night Out on Aug. 2, Farmers Market Week on Aug. 9, Senior Day on Aug. 23, Kids Passport Awards on Aug. 30, Blue Tuesday on Sept. 6, and Cedar River Salmon Journey on Sept. 20 and Sept. 27.

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