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Proctor Farmers' Market

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March 20, 2024


The regular season for the Proctor Farmers' Market starts Saturday, March 30. You can find us there every Saturday from 9:00 am - 2:00 pm. We love this market because of the friendly vendors, fresh produce, and delicious prepared items. Some of our favorites include our booth neighbors Adam's Mushrooms, bread and pastries from Balloon Roof Baking Company, and Infinite Goodness cold-pressed juices. 

Did you know that you can place an order in advance for pickup at the market? It's the best way to make sure that you get what you want before we're sold out. If you're looking for speciality items like offal and suet, it's best to order them in advance as we often aren't able to bring our full inventory of items to the market. Place your order online here


  • Regular Season: Saturdays, March 30 - December 21, 2024, 9:00 am - 2:00 pm 
  • Location: N. 27th & N. Proctor Street | Tacoma, WA 9840
  • Info: EBT Welcome, SNAP Market Match, Sustainability Match & WIC Fruit & Vegetable Benefit Available year-round

See you at the market!

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