Farmers Market

Where the Farm Meets the Neighborhood!

The 2019 Crossroads Farmers Market season runs from June 4 to September 24.  

Enjoy fresh Washington produce, flowers, food, and fun. Live music fills the air and a local nonprofit community organization is featured each market day. There are contests, recipes and more all season long.

Check out our Facebook page for featured vendors and to see what's new each week.

Dates, Hours & Location

June 4 - September 24, 2019
Tuesdays, Noon - 6:00pm

East Parking Lot

2018 Vendors


Cooper’s Handcrafted Wood Products – Birdhouses, children’s picnic tables, benches (adult & child), children’s lounge chairs, cedar stools, birdhouses, flower & herb planter boxes, vegetable trellises
Thelia’s Apothecary – Oils & salves, deodorant, bath salts, sprays, teas, and dream pillows

Berry Vendors

Hayton Farms – Certified Organic berries including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and blackberries
Sidhu Farms – Raspberries, blackberries, strawberries, and Certified Organic blueberries
Skagit Sun Farm – Certified Organic strawberries, raspberries
Sky Harvest Produce – Berries


Smith Brothers – Milk products and more


Amador Farms – Asparagus, radishes, carrots, peppers, zucchini, cherries, apricots, nectarines, peaches, and plums
Cazares Farms –  Sweet Walla Walla onions, lettuce, cilantro, beets, carrots, green beans, zuchini, sweet peppers, and more
Cha New Life Garden – Flowers, lettuces, kale, oriental veggies, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, and many vegetable types
Chinampas Farm - Microgreen products including salad mix, smoothie blends, peashoots, and more
EF Produce  – Large variety of fruits and vegetables
Lopez Farms – Corn, beets, carrots, squash, tomatoes, onions, peppers, melons, peaches, asparagus, plus, much more
Maharlika Farm – Fresh Asian fruits & vegetables and fresh eggs (chicken, duck, and quail)
Martin Family Orchard – Cherries, apricots, peaches, pluots, nectarines, apples and pears


Raft Island Roses – Rose bushes, perennials and annuals
The Old Farmer – Fresh cut flowers and vegetables


Wild Spores – Foraged morel and chantrelle mushrooms, plus a delightful selection of recipes

Processed Foods

Butterfusion – Butters infused with cheese, herbs, citrus, and spices
Daniel’s Handmade Caramels – Vanilla caramels with sea salt
Gustoblende – Italian balsamic vinegars and Spanish olive oils
Heavenly Honey Farm – Honey and beeswax products.  New this year: Heavenly Heat Gourmet Hot Sauces in 13 different varieties.  
Iris & Poppy’s Kitchen – Garlic peanuts cooked in small batches from an old family recipe  
Nino Blanco Foods – Original salsas made from fresh ingredients
Puget Sound Bakery – Cookies, muffins, brownies, croissants, cinnamon rolls, and artisan breads
Facebook page

Ready to Eat

BLE Tamales – Tamales
Blinchiki – Traditional Russian crepe-like pancakes
Bluebird Ice Cream – Artisan ice cream stand
Sublime Corn Company
– Cheddar popcorn

2019 Vendor Application

Farmers who wish to apply to be part of the 2019 Crossroads Farmers Market, please complete and submit the Farmer Application and Market Rules for Farmers:

2019 Farmer Application
2019 Market Rules for Farmers

Vendors who wish to apply to be part of the 2019 Crossroads Farmers Market, please complete and submit the Vendor Application and Market Rules for Vendors:

2019 Vendor Application
2019 Market Rules for Vendors

2018 Food Trucks

July 3 – Tabassum
July 10 Poke Me Poke
July 24 – Ezell's Chicken (3 - 6pm)
July 31 – Tabassum
August 14 – Tabassum
August 21 – Ezell's Chicken (3 - 6pm)
September 11 – Tabassum

2018 Visiting Master Gardeners

August 14
12 - 3pm: Linda Kaufman (Bellevue Nursery/BBG clinic) with Gary Scheider (Snoqualmie Valley clinic)
3 - 6pm: Kirby Cartwright (Bellevue Home Depot clinic) with Gordon Polson (clinic lead; Mercer Island clinic)

September 4
12 - 3pm: Molly van der Burch with Lucy Sullivan (both from Mercer Island clinic)
3 - 6pm: Chris Monger (Redmond clinic) with Debbie Dain (Mercer Island clinic)

2018 Live Music at the Market

June 5 – Bavarian Beer Garden Band
June 12 – Eric Madis
June 19  – Ry Akana
June 26 – Washboard Cutups
July 3 – Ry Akana
July 10 Honky Tonk Sweethearts
July 17 – Bonnie Birch
July 24 – 2 Guys & A Broad
July 31 – Pickled Okra
August 7 – Feire Warning
August 14 – Honkey Tonk Sweethearts
August 21 – Washboard Cutups
August 28 – 3 Play Ricochet
Sept 4Eric Madis
Sept 11 – Bonnie Birch
Sept 18 – The Ginger Ups
Sept 25 – Bavarian Beer Garden Band

2018 Community Partners

June 5 – Eastside Heritage Center; Bellevue Network on Aging
June 12 – City of Bellevue Green Team
June 19 – Girl Scouts; Bloodworks Mobile Unit
June 26 – United Health Care; City of Bellevue Green Team
July 3 – National Alliance on Mental Illness
July 10  Eastside Heritage Center; Pilgrim Lutheran Preschool; United Healthcare
July 17 – COB Green Team;Bloodworks Mobile Unit
July 24 – Pilgrim Lutheran Preschool; Eastgate WIC Program; United Healthcare
July 31– Eastgate WIC Program; City of Bellevue Utilities
August 7 – Eastside Heritage Center
August 14 – Pilgrim Lutheran Preschool; City of Bellevue Utilities
August 21 – National Alliance on Mental Illness; Eastside Torah Center
August 28 – Girl Scouts; Bloodworks Mobile Unit; City of Bellevue Utilities; Eastside Torah Center
Sept 4  Franklin Energy
Sept 11 – United Health Care; City of Bellevue Utilities
Sept 18 – Audubon Society
Sept 25 – United Healthcare; Eastside Heritage Center

A special thanks to all of our community partners who share their good work at our market.  For more information about our partners or for questions about partnering with our market, email us.



Payment Accepted


Apply for the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program

The Crossroads Farmers Market does not participate in the Fresh Bucks program.  We apologize for any inconvenience.  


Or interested in being a vendor? Email us and we'll get right back to you. See you at the market!