See who’s where when the West Seattle Farmers’ Market moves into the street starting this Sunday

This Sunday, June 14th, is the day – the West Seattle Farmers’ Market moves out into California SW between SW Oregon and SW Alaska. Same hours, 10 am-2 pm. But the new location/new layout means more room for vendors and local nonprofits. We asked the WSFM – which is sponsoring WSB this month to help get the word out – to share the map of what you’ll see starting this Sunday; see it above (or here, as a PDF, if you can’t see the embedded version). Market managers were handing out paper versions of the map last Sunday, but by the time we got to the market in the final half-hour, they were already out!

Meantime, the celebration won’t just be within the booths at the market – we know of at least one Junction shop that’s planning to tie in to the festivities: Click! Design That Fits, longtime WSB sponsor, 4540 California SW (that’s on the same block where you’ll find the market), will have special sale items during market hours on Sundays – stop in and look for the signs with “happy, helpful beets.” Click! is also changing its hours for summer starting this weekend – 10 am to 7 pm weekdays, 10 am to 5 pm weekends.

P.S. If you are driving to The Junction for the market and/or other shopping on Sundays, please remember the changes – no motor-vehicle parking on the market block 7 am-4 pm, but the 45-space parking lot that used to house the market will be open again.

3 Replies to "See who's where when the West Seattle Farmers' Market moves into the street starting this Sunday"

  • Jennifer June 11, 2015 (9:14 am)

    What will happend during the street fair? That space usually has other venders in it?

  • WSB June 11, 2015 (11:35 am)

    The person who has that answer isn’t in until tomorrow so I hope we can get the answer then. – TR

  • Jennifer June 12, 2015 (7:53 am)


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