Updated: Sep 6
Thursday, September 7th, 2023, 4:00PM - 7:00PM
Evergreen Rotary Park, 1400 Park Ave, Bremerton WA
Vendors at the Market
Sallie's Custom Clayworks
Prepared & Processed Food
This Week at the Market
Recipes at the Market
If you missed Chef Monica Downen's cooking demonstration last week during Chef at the Market, you can still pick up your FREE recipe for Panzanella. Try making this easy recipe for your next healthy meal! Many of the ingredients for this recipe can be found at the farmers market and Vulca's Mediterranean Market downtown. Other goodies from Chef Downen can be found at Monica's Waterfront Bakery and Cafe in Silverdale.
Music at the Market
Kids Market Bucks Club is this week along with the musical duo, Ukelicious! Bring a chair or your picnic blanket and hang out with Aaron and Hannah for good vibes, good times and the best kind of music, uke music.
A huge thank you to the Bremerton Office Machine Company for sponsoring this program. See you at the market!
Kids Market Bucks Club
Join us this Thursday for the final Kids Market Bucks Club of the season. The United Way of Kitsap County will be presenting "Nice & Dice." This activity will be about learning what a healthy plate looks like through a fun naming game. And remember to bring past Kids Bucks to spend with the farmers. The last day to use the bucks will be on October 12th, they do not carry over to next year!
A Rae of Design
While you're at the market, stop by and see Carly at A Rae of Design. She has a variety of hand-dyed clothing and accessories, as well as scarves for your furry friends. This week she will be debuting her fall clothing line that includes jean jackets and hoodies!
What To Eat at the Market
Carinos Corner Taqueria will be bringing us their tasty treats...check in for the specials this week at the market.
Dad's Best Dogs will be cooking up dogs using 1/4lb. beef or 1/4lb. polish sausage on locally sourced buns. Stop by and try a tasty dog from Dad's.
Heathen's Bakery - will be at the market with their fabulous cookies, bars, trail mix and other desserts and snacks.
Monica's Waterfront Bakery & Cafe - will not be here this week, but will be back Thursday, September 14th.
Risteretto Stone Coffee - while not technically food, they serve hot & cold drinks, with or without caffeine.
Stuft Waffles - will not be here this week, but will be back soon.
Viking Ice Cream - cool, tasty ice cream in a variety of flavors and sizes. Simply amazing!
Community Organizations at the Market
Volunteer at the Market
T-Shirts at the Market
Please support the market by purchasing a t-shirt or tote bag with this season's design by Alyson Coleman. Supplies are going fast...stop by the info booth for yours!
NEW Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program App
If you participate in the Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program and received the electronic benefits card, there is a new app to help you with information. Just search for “SFMNP App” on the iPhone App Store or on Android and download it. Then follow the instructions using the 16-digit number on your card. Need assistance setting up the app? Stop by the market info booth and someone will be able to help. Look for a tutorial on the website soon.
Nutrition Programs at the Market
Did you receive a Senior Farmers Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP) benefits card? Does your family receive WIC and you've been told you can use it at the farmers market? What about SNAP/EBT and P-EBT benefits cards? Are you confused about how to use it all? Then visit the Market Info booth in the middle of the Bremerton Community Farmers Market! We will show you how all of these benefits can get fresh food on your table.
SFMNP benefits can be used at the following vendors: Davis Farm, Forest Frog Farms, and Fuentes Fresh Farm. New farms may be added during the remainder of the season, be sure and check weekly. Your benefits are good through the end of September and can be used at other markets. These benefits are only added to your card once in the amount of $80. Please stop by the Market Info booth if you haven't already applied for these benefits...we have mail in applications. You can also contact Meals On Wheels.
WIC/FMNP and WIC/CVB benefits can be used at the following vendors: Davis Farm, Forest Frog Farms, and Fuentes Fresh Farm. New farms may be added during the remainder of the season, be sure and check weekly. WIC/CVB benefits are automatically added to your card and you are probably familiar with using these in the grocery store. Now your CVB benefits can be used at local farmers markets like ours, are added monthly, and can be used throughout the season. The amount of benefits received for this program is determined by your specific situation.
WIC/FMNP benefits are not added automatically to your card, and you m
ust ask for them at your WIC office. These benefits are added to your card once, and the amount received for this program is determined by your specific situation.
Both WIC programs are used at the vendors booth, no need to do anything with your card at the Market Info booth. These programs require the use of a QR code available through your WIC Shopper App. To see if you are eligible for WIC, please visit Kitsap Community Resources.
SNAP/EBT and P-EBT benefits can also be used at farmers markets, and markets will match up to $25 with SNAP Market Match coupons. Visit the Market Info booth and tell us you’d like to use SNAP Market Match. We'll swipe your EBT/P-EBT card in the amount you want to spend, and you'll receive EBT $1 market tokens plus up to $25 in market match coupons. The tokens can be spent on a variety of eligible food items and can only be used at the Bremerton Community Farmers Market. The coupons can be spent on any of the following: fresh vegetables, fresh fruits, mushrooms, fresh herbs (not dried), and seeds and plants that produce food (for example, tomato seeds or tomato plants). All of our farm vendors accept SNAP Market Match for qualifying items! The SNAP MM coupons can be used at participating farmers markets around the state. You may complete an online application for SNAP/EBT benefits by using the WashingtonConnection.org website or apply by phone at 877-501-2233 or by visiting your local Community Services Office.