Mary Dodsworth (253) 983-7887 • Fax (253) 589-3774 •
Parks, Recreation and Community Services Director




City of Lakewood's Farmers Market, Presented By St. Clare Hospital






2017 Farmers Market

Tuesdays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.   June 6 to Sept. 12 (except July 4)

VENDOR APPLICATIONKID's DAY APPLICATION . Kids Day FAQ's . Scroll down to learn about KID'S DAY on Aug. 8, 2017. Youth can be vendors and show their talent on stage. Regular vendors, please note that once a vendor application is approved, vendors must come in person to fill out at free, temporary business license at City Hall, second floor.

The City of Lakewood is happy to announce the sixth season of the Lakewood Farmers Market! Returning this year as the Lakewood Farmers Market Presenting Sponsor, is St. Clare Hospital . The Market creates and celebrates Lakewood's strong sense of community while providing healthy food options for visitors. The market runs Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Opening day is Tuesday, June 6, and runs through September 12. It is located around the fountain, at City Hall (6000 Main St. SW) and features fresh food, organic produce, arts, gluten free items, sweet treats, crafts, live entertainment and music, chef demonstrations and a Master Gardener speaker series. 

Thank you to WSECU (Washington State Employees Credit Union) for being our stage sponsor.

Contact Sally Gilpin Martinez at or (253) 983-7758.  

New Vendor Highlights

Rawk Star Creations:  "We strive to provide the most quality products formed from our hands into yours. With products ranging from probiotic water kefir to raw superfood treats, we hope to reach galaxies with organic, vegan, raw, gluten-free, dairy free, non-GMO pure love through nature itself." Enjoy sandwiches, smoothies, and many more healthy creations!


Yoli's . Come try this authentic,  dry salsa, it's delicious!      Forget Me Not Farms of South Sound, featuring fresh lavender

Lakewood Farmers Market Vendors 


Amador Farms

Cezares Farms

Country Classics Farm

Dao Lee Garden

Doug McDonald Farms

Forget Me Not Farms, featuring fresh Lavender

Green Root Farms

Hayton Farms Berries

Moua Gardens

Robbins Honey Farm

Smith Brothers Farms

Food and Beverages-Come grab Lunch!

Bennymay's Bar B Que

Burrito Boy

Chai Pyala

Charles & Terry Gourmet Chinese Food

Claddagh Cold Brew

Europa Bistro , Wood Fired Pizza

Old Red Barn Popping Co - Popcorn and KettleCorn, and Lemonade

BoyGrit City Grub

Josefina's Burrito Boy food truck

Lumpia World food truck

Momma Q's Caribbean Food

Rawk Star Creations , Vegan and Vegetarian Food

Shelton's Dogongood Dogs

Tea Rations

The Whistle Stop

Tornado Potato

Beer and Wine

Four Horsemen Brewery

Stina's Cellars

Reed's Sweet Wine 

Outlanders Keep


ACDC Crafts

All about Rhinestones

Alysya Creative

Aspirations by Paula

Buttonless Stitches

EK Arts

Fox Island Trading Company

Freedom Snacks Gourmet Popcorn

GN Creations

Hot Flash Art

L.A.K. Woodworks

Pashmina Palace

Purely from Scratch

Rainroom Essentials

Sensual Body Care

Shugie's Jewelry

Soap Cabin

So So Chic


Yoli's Dry Salsa

St. Clare Hospital ,  Blood Pressure Checks

Chiropractic 2.0

Click Cable T.V.

Clover Park School District

Crunch Fitness

Mark Miller Massage

Pierce County Master Gardeners

Lakewood Historical Society

Puget Sound Blood Mobile

Join us for kid’s day at the Lakewood Farmers Market Aug. 8

Children from across Pierce County from grade school through high school are invited to sell their handmade items at the market. The Kids Day Program teaches children not only the art of producing a product to sell, but also the basic skills of marketing, sales, expenses and revenues, supply and demand and public interaction. Children are also invited to share their talent on stage. This includes live music, singing, dancing, magic award shows , comedy and more. There is a $10, non-refundable application fee to be a kid’s vendor. See the application at the top of the page. Deadline is July 30.

Live Music

Squirrel Butter , husband and wife duo of Charlie Beck and Charmaine Slaven, perform traditional and original music influenced by Appalachian, early country, jug band, and blues artists from the late 1800’s through 1950’s.  Sharing a deep love of traditional music, they play banjo, guitar, fiddle, steel guitar, step-dance, and sing in harmony.  They are anchors of the old-time music and square dance communities in the Pacific NW and beyond.


JUNE 6: Pineapple Chicken Curry with Potatoes

JULY 11: Grilled Satay Chicken w/Rice Noodles & Bok Choy

AUGUST 15: Seared Cod with Escabeshe Sauce and Jasmine Rice

SEPTEMBER 5: Hunan Beef with Vegetable Chow Mein


Senior WIC: June 20

CHI Franciscan Health WIC: June 27, July 11 and July 18