We look forward to connecting our dedicated customers with fresh & local farm products again this season. Our top goal is to keep everyone safe and to help stop the spread of COVID-19. To support that goal and follow all health department requirements, we will again begin the season with the same modifications we practiced last season. Our 2021 season will again offer a variety of farm and food-based products, with some artisan participation upon space availability.
A few key things people will notice again this season:
Number of shoppers permitted at one time will be limited. The allowed shopper count will fluctuate from week to week based on the number of participating vendors.
Customer should prepare for a wait time of approximately 15 minutes; usually during the morning hours.
The only entry point into the market is from the upper parking garage lot. This is where all customers should park each week. The exit point will run in front of the Pickering Barn and back up to the Costco parking garage lot via the 10th Ave sidewalk.
Convenient curbside pickup will be offered at the exit with staff available for assistance.
Customer should prepare for a wait time of approximately 15 minutes; especially during the first opening hour.
Customers will be expected to review health signage upon entry and self-screen for signs of infection.
Vendor Booths will be further apart to allow 6 feet of physical distancing for patrons and vendors.
Masks will be required for those who can wear them
Hand-sanitizing stations will be provided; please use them
Contactless payments are preferred. Most of the vendors accept credit cards. There is also an ATM on-site inside the Barn if cash is needed.
We ask that you limit your visit to 20 minutes once inside, if possible.
All food will be prepared in advance for to-go sales and sold for off-site consumption only.
Saturdays, May 1 - September 25
9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Participants will be required to wear masks, social distance, and encouraged to bring their own work gloves. This is a rain or shine program.
Museum Director, Erica Maniez, will lead participants on a walk through the history of Issaquah, from roughly 1925 to the present. You’ll hear how Issaquah changed from a booming mine town to a tight-knit farming community, and how it has transformed from a bedroom community into the thriving city it is today.
Participants will meet outside the Issaquah Depot!
-Please wear a mask and leave pets at home.
-Walks are held rain or shine.
HOTEL INFO AND BOOKING LINKS: https://www.hilton.com/en/book/reservation/deeplink/?&ctyhocn=SEAISGI&corporateCode=3302387
Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Seattle/Issaquah
Company Name: VISIT ISSAQUAH