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The 2019 Bend Farmers Market Season

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Bend Oregon Farmers Market_Faddis Real Estate

Dates:  Wednesday May 1st through October 9th

Hours: 2 pm – 6 pm Each Wednesday

Location: Brooks Alley between Oregon and Franklin Streets behind the Tower Theater, Bend

The Bend Farmers Market is happening on Wednesday, from 2-6, starting May 1st and ending October 9th.  Located in Brooks Alley, between Oregon and Franklin streets.  You can find everything from fruits and vegetables, to meat, poultry, dairy, sweet treats and flowers. 

Vendor List

Berkey’s Blueberries 

Family-owned berry farm located along the South Santiam River with some of the largest and tastiest berries around.

Bontà – Natural Artisan Gelato  

Pure, creamy and delicious gelato, churned in small batches with simple ingredients from the Northwest and beyond.

Boundless Farmstead

Boundless Farmstead mission is to grow and cultivate healthy plants, animals, and community, and to form creative and sustainable practices by observing, listening, and studying.

Brandywine Fisheries

Fresh Oregon Coast seafood direct from the fishermen.

Bucha Buena Kombucha

100% raw craft kombucha flavored with real fruit.

Casad Family Farms

Casad Family Farms strives for beyond organic standards to grow the freshest heirloom produce and meat in Central Oregon.

Cascade Mountain Pastures

Cascade Mountain Pastures is a Sisters-based farm producing grass fed lamb, goat, and pastured eggs.

Esotico Pasta 

High quality, seasonal pasta made with fresh, local ingredients. So good you don’t need sauce!

Field’s Grassfed Beef

Energy efficient, socially acceptable, healthy, quality beef that is a tender, tasty and grass fed.

Fields Farm

A sustainable vegetable farm located in Bend since 1989.

Gotta B Gluten Free 

A unique kitchen & bakery for food lovers who are gluten free.

Great American Egg

A Central Oregon pastured poultry farm.

Groundwork Organics

Certified organic fruits & vegetables grown in Junction City.

Happy Harvest Farms

A variety of produce that’s sustainable grown.  They provide vegetables & fruits to the Bend-LaPine Farm to School program and have been at Bend Farmers Market for over 14 years.

Humm Kombucha

Sipping a cold glass of Humm Kombucha your taste buds will never be more in love.

Jackson’s Corner

Jackson’s Corner local restaurant and bakery promoting local agriculture, sustainability and community in Bend, Oregon for over 9 years. We focus on house made Pizza, Bread, Pasta as our bases for the bounty of what central Oregon has to offer!

Justy’s Jelly

Unique flavors of jelly that are handmade in small batches.

Lone Pine Coffee Roasters

A small, family-run roastery tucked in downtown Bend, Oregon aiming for perfection in every cup of coffee.

Oregon Spirit Distillers

Local Craft Distillery

Packer Orchards/Market Fruit

A fourth generation sustainable family farm located in Hood River. 100+ acres of apples, pears, cherries, peaches, apricots, prunes, and nectarines.

Pine Mountain Ranch

The best grass fed meats possible while minimally impacting the environment.

Rainshadow Organics

A full-diet farm with dozens of varieties of certified organic vegetables, herbs, berries, flowers, and grains on 80 acres. This includes whole wheat berries and fresh, stone-ground flour. They also offer pasture-raised, non-gmo fed pork, chicken, eggs, turkeys, and beef.

Sun Sweet Flower Garden

Beautiful and colorful garden with a wide variety of flowers and pre-made bouquets.

The Sparrow Bakery

Made from scratch pastries, breads, and savories will have your mouth watering in anticipation. Have you tried an ocean roll?

The Village Baker

Wonderful Old World breads and handmade pastries since 1997.

Thomas Orchards

Jams, spreads, dried and fresh fruit from Kimberly, Oregon.

Tumalo Lavender

Lavender farm near Bend. You have to try the lavender lemonade, shortbread cookies, lavender soap.

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Beautiful views and a range of quality local vendors.

Beautiful views and a range of quality local vendors.