Celebrating over 10 years in Sammamish!
Wednesdays 4:00 – 8:00pm
May 4 – September 14
Sammamish Commons at Sammamish City Hall
801 228th Ave. SE Sammamish, WA 98075
(Parking at Mary Queen of Peace Church)
The Sammamish Farmers Market enhances our spirit of community by creating a gathering place for the Sammamish community, while helping to promote and enhance the economic vitality of our local farmers.
The Sammamish Chamber of Commerce invites you to advertise your business by having a booth at the Sammamish Farmers Market. Fill out the 2022 Business Booth Application and email or mail to the address on the form, along with your applicable fees. Please read the 2021 Rules and Policies for Business Booths.
Visit the Sammamish Farmers Market website where you will also find the vendor application form and market policies.
Stay up-to-date with market news!
- Like the Farmers Market Facebook page.
- Follow the Chamber on Twitter (SammamishCC).
- Subscribe to the Farmers Market email subscription on the City website. (Click on Join our mailing list in the top right corner of the City homepage, and then follow instructions for how to receive emails or texts from the City. Be sure to select Farmers Market under Special Events.)
- Visit the Sammamish Farmers Market website.
Interested in participating at the market? Volunteer!
Info Booth shifts available: 4:00-5:30pm, 5:30-6:30pm, 6:30-8:00pm. Answer questions from the public about the market and the area. Help and information materials will be provided.
Set-up and breakdown volunteer shifts: 2-4pm and 8:00-9:00pm. A perfect opportunity for adults and teens to help at the market. Students can collect school-required community-service hours and we also offer recommendation letters. Consists of setting up tables, chairs, canopies etc.
Know a local band, act, school group or community group who would like to perform at the market?
We are scheduling the market’s entertainment and are accepting applications.
Contact email for all inquiries and sign-ups: firstname.lastname@example.org
Photo credit (photo above and top of the page slider): Jean Johnson Productions