August 12th – Community BBQ after Farmer’s Market

Join us on Saturday August 12th, for a community BBQ starting at 4pm.

You are welcome to come set up grills during the Farmer’s Market and get your favorite BBQ recipe started! In fact, just to make it more fun, how about we have the local fire department come take a taste, and see who’s BBQ goodies gets the “Fire Fighter Seal of Approval!”.

The Farmer’s Market runs from 10am – 3pm. The BBQ event will include games, music, dancing  – just bring your grill and favorite dish!

We look forward to seeing you!


Gold Dust Days Market Saturday & Sunday

We are excited to be part of another Gold Dust Day’s Event! The Farmer’s Market will be set up on Hwy 2 on July 22nd and July 23rd from 10am-3pm. Come shop, visit and listen to music.

The Gold Bar Market is the Grand Marshal of this years parade! We are very honored to be part of this community.

The civil war encampment is next to us, and there will be rides available to take you to the Gold Dust Day’s Car Show and other events.

Get out and enjoy this community event! See you Saturday and Sunday!

If you are interested in being a NEW vendor , please head to the application tab at the top of the screen. Return vendors can email



In search of…

We would love to have you at our Saturday Farmer’s Market. We are looking for food vendors, pet food treats, wood workers, candle makers, produce, vegi’s, garden art and other hand crafted vendors. Please email or see the application on this site. Show us your talent!

June 24th Farmer’s Market

Wow, our last Market for June is just in a few days. The following Farmer’s Market will be July 15th when we welcome back Mott’s Fresh Fruit ! (closed July 1, July 8)

We have been honored to have so many talented musician each week. This market will feature music by Kevin. Come tap your foot, wiggle, jiggle and groove.

Crops are still growing, and we are expecting some raspberries from  Tualco Valley Produce. They also provide fresh lettuce, eggs, baked goods… And what what ever is ready to pick that morning.

Sarah will be at the market to share her expertise at an Art tent. This will be a free station with the opportunity to see how she does ink drawings. Then, it’s your turn! This will be inspired by the flowers at the market. Free whole supplies last.

Sweet Luck Farm will have a nice variety of fresh cut flowers. You can even pre order and meet them at the Market.

Non Profit both will be occupied by Search and Rescue.

Thank you to all our vendors! The Blazing Sisters , The Bouncing Broomstick, Will with plants and shirts, Trevor’s tye dye, Pixie Dance hoops, Wind Up Wonder’s, Metalwork Arts, Renee Artworks, Fancy Fronds Nursery, Bebe Anne Designs Missy’s Carmel corn, Yarnia Creations, Davi, The Mushroom Man, Verona and Judy.

June Markets 10am-3pm Saturday’s

June 3rd — Looks to be a full house! Music by our local high school band. Our non profit is VOA Sultan. Check out our Facebook event for a list of vendors


June 10th — Music by Rib 

Non Profit – Beck’s Place

Facebook event page will have updated information on our local vendors. We are still accepting vendors for this event. 


June 17th Father’s day Market!

Music by Alana (age 8) on her violin and fiddle. Such a treat!

Facebook event page


June 24th – more to come!

Facebook Event page 

May Flowers?

May Flowers?

May 20 will be our last Market until June 3rd 2017. We are still looking for vendors and a non-profit to fill a few spots. We could use fresh eggs, food vendors and more. If you would like to get some information on setting up, please contact us at

Our Mother’s Day Market was expected to be a complete rain out, but much to our surprise, it turned out to be a nice one (with a few sprinkles). Our vendors used Mother’s Day as their focus in preparing for the Market. Fresh flowers, gift baskets toiletries, vegi starts, ferns, hand made jewelry, Vinegar, Jams, hula hoops, paper flowers, trivets, spin art, and other art items. We had two of the members of Waiting on Wendy  (Wendy and Shayne) performing an acoustic set. Our non-profit of the week was The Gold Dust Royalty, raising money for relay for life.

As this season continues, we are looking forward to having fresh produce from Mott’s, and fresh vegetables from our local farmers. There are a lot of talented people out in the Sky Valley. If you crochet, craft, play music or have an art to share, we would love to have you. Our hope is to get some food vendors out , at least one every weekend. We are still early in the season, so if you have a food truck, coffee truck, ice cream truck etc, get in contact with us. We are even planning a BBQ or Chili cooking contest!

Bring the kiddos (and grandkids) and enjoy searching for hand painted rocks. Some of our local artists , young and old, have been painting rocks for a rock hunt. You can follow sultan rocks #sultanwarocks or Snohomish County Rocks #SnoCoRocks to see clues on where they are hid. Then, you can keep the rock or rehide it!