The Columbia-Pacific region is located where the mighty Columbia River crashes into the Pacific Ocean. It is a region of spectacular wholesome foods, plucked straight from the land or the water and ready for the consumer. The Columbia-Pacific Farmers' Market is an idea that has bubbled up in the community to have a place where the good food of the region can be bought directly from those who farm, ranch, fish, grow, or produce packaged foods here.
The market operates in downtown Long Beach May through September on Friday afternoons / early evenings, 3 pm to 6 pm. At the market, you can talk with food purveyors while you purchase your week's produce, seafood, meat, eggs and dairy, locally-made baked goods, locally-made packaged foods, flowers and plants. You can sit and listen to music or other entertainment, beat your friend at checkers, chat and dance with your neighbor, watch a cooking demonstration, or learn about a community non-profit organization. Later that evening, you could take in a Purveyor's Dinner at one of several local restaurants, where you will eat foods from the market and learn what it is like to farm, fish, or ranch from those who do so. There isn't a better way to start your weekend at the beach.
Farmers' Market operates from May through September on Friday afternoons from 3pm to 6pm. Our vendors offer organically grown produce, meat, eggs, sustainable seafood, cheese and dairy, fruit, honey, flowers, baked goods and locally-made packaged foods.
212 S. Pacific Ave downtown Long Beach, WA
Friday afternoons from 3pm to 6pm
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