Grays Harbor County Farmers Market

What's this FREE Market about?

Anyone can be a farmer; even Grandma grows beautiful tomatoes out back. Why should Grandma be forced to pay a percentage of gross, a business license, B&O taxes, and all the other fees and taxes that a big business pays?

Families are being squeezed dry by a lousy economy, high taxes, and job flight. Every dollar we can leave in a family pocket -- and farmers are families, too -- every dollar is a dollar that can be spent somewhere in the Harbor, on a movie or dinner out, food we can't grow, a wonderful cake or cookie from a local baker, or even something indulgent.

I believe that we will have a Grays Harbor County Farmers Market in every core downtown who wants one, we will run our market just as professionally as Seattle and Olympia, and we will pay our expenses with a fun, old-fashioned fundraiser. Who's ready for a Summer Harvest Festival, with barbecue, picnic, great music, and square dancing?

Why are you doing this?

We grow the things we love to eat, that taste good, and we love to create crafts and art with the sweat of our own brow. We want to share those fruits with our neighbors at a price that everyone can afford, and which allows us to have a cup of coffee once in a while too.

What are the rules?

1. Market starts after the 9am Opening Bell, until the Closing Bell around 1pm.

2. This is a family-friendly market, please help us keep it that way.

3. No discrimination, proselytizing, or campaigning! The Market is a fun place where families of all persuasions are welcome.

4. Please pick up all trash.

Most important: Have fun!

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Listing last updated on Sep 18, 2006

Schedule and Location:

Every Saturday
9am Opening Bell
1pm Closing Bell

Downtown Aberdeen, in the Anchor Bank parking lot, on the southeast corner of First and "I" Streets.



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because it is the only market around Grays Harbor and the produce is always fresh and very nice people that work there..it has easy access when u first drive a few feet when u enter Aberdeen for out of town people that like fresh fruit and veggies..

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