We end our 10th season!
Our 2020 season will run Sundays, 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. mid-June through mid-Sept. We’re on the farm at Samish Bay Cheese, 15115 Bow Hill Rd., Bow.
Check out the Vendor Page for vending info. The 2020 application to vend will be available in February.
Sat., Dec. 7, 10 – 4
Edison Elementary School
Applications are closed.
We began accepting EBT in 2014. Additionally, as a member of the Skagit Valley Farmers Market Coalition “Double Up Bucks” program, Bow Little Market will match unlimited dollars spent with EBT cards.
We also accept WIC/Senior.
We are focused on feeding our community, and so we are soliciting more produce and prepared-food vendors. Contact Patty with questions — 360 724 3333.
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Bow Little Market is a volunteer-run, non-profit, open-air market centered in the Samish watershed. Our vision is to build the time and place for our community to meet, provide mutual support, and create local solutions. We invite all to join us in creating a fun, family-friendly atmosphere in which to do a little business, barter, find a treasure, and support a neighbor.
We are always looking for new volunteers, vendors, guest demos, musicians, and entertainers. Give us a call at 360 724 3333 or email email@example.com.
Acknowledgement of support:
We thank our newest major sponsor: Suzanne and Roger Wechsler of Samish Bay Cheese and Whey More (samishbay.com) have given us a beautiful space next to their new facilities and we expect the market to truly bloom this season.
Our thanks go to the Curry Family, owners of Belfast Feed Store, for providing a place for the market for 7 years. Their donation of space allowed us to keep costs low in support of our vendors. For more information on Belfast Feed Store go to www.belfastfeedstore.com.
Thanks also to Mary Elmore, Beau Lodge, for providing a beautiful space for BLM’s Holiday Festival. For more information about Beau Lodge go to www.beaulodge.com.
Thanks to Harley and Susan Soltes, Bow Hill Blueberries, for offering their facilities for our off-season markets.
Special thanks to volunteer and vendor Allen Berry for taking our tradition of handmade to a new level by creating beautiful hand-lettered signs for Bow Little Market. We’ve never looked so good!