What’s at the Edmonds Museum Market? Summer tastes, from peach cobbler to pickles


As the sun rises over Edmonds, usually sometime around 6:30 a.m. in the morning, our vendors begin to arrive and set up their booths for a magical market day. They come from Mabton, Selah, Mount Vernon, Olympia and many other cities in between.

For those who are looking to put veggies up for the winter, you will find plenty of pickling cucumbers, string beans, garlic and more. Jam or salsa makers will find all varieties of berries including blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, strawberries and maybe even some tayberries. If you are into making pies or cobblers, there are peaches, apricots, and nectarines.

Returning to the market this Saturday, you will find Angry Fish with some tasty pepper jellies. They will be joining our fun collection of vendors, including Pete’s Perfect Toffee (with Pete himself at market this week), Deborah’s Pies, Middle Fork Roasters, Bubba’s Salsa and many more. We have many tastes for you to savor and enjoy throughout the week.

So, come down and enjoy the day with us! Pick up something delicious to barbecue, maybe some salmon or chops; a fresh head of lettuce, carrots and other treats to make a fabulous salad; and maybe a cookie, cupcakes or pie for dessert.

Open 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. at 5th and Bell.

— By Christina Martin, Market Manager


And don’t forget to pick up a market shopping bag or two, available at the information booth in front of the Museum. We only have a limited number of bags, both shoppers and canvas, which come in handy when shopping all around town. See you at the market, open 9-3 this Saturday.

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