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This Season

More than just a farmers market, we feature all kinds of activities that are free and fun for the family! Each week you can expect to see live entertainment, cooking demonstrations or appearances by Renton restaurants, our popular Kid's Patch, Kid's Passport Program, and Master Gardeners.

2022 Schedule

3:30-5:30 pm
June 7
Opening Day Biff Moss
June 14
Pop up with a Cop Hazen Jazz Band
June 21

Frankie McCabe - coffeeshop indie eclectic

June 28
Kids' Day  
July 5
  Henry LaVallee - country/folk
July 12
Pop up with a Cop Gianni Aiello - Beatles/talking heads
July 19
  Abel Ames - atmospheric soundscape
July 26
Wellness Day Tor Dietrichson - Brazilian blues fusion rock
August 2
National Night Out Daniel Pellegrini - 80s pop
August 9
Farmers Market Week Danny Godinez - Latin infused jazz
August 16
  D’Generic (Duet) - 2000s acoustic harmonies
August 23
Senior Day
Kid's Passport Awards
Paula Boggs - Americana soul
August 30
  Ray Smalley - Alt indie acoustic
Sept. 6
Blue Tuesday Byron Street Swing
Sept. 13
  Andrew Karanja
Sept. 20
Cedar River Salmon Journey Wesley of the Wolves
Sept. 27
Cedar River Salmon Journey Biff Moss

Every Week at the Market

Kid's Patch

Not a babysitting service, but a chance for parents and kids to interact in fun activities each week! Held from 2:00–6:00.

Download Kids' Activities from 2021

Kid's Passport Program AwardsKid's Passport Program

The Kid's Passport program is 8 weeks of activities that are designed to educate and excite kids about the farmers market and the importance of fruits and veggies!  Each week features a different activity and a fun prize, and its free to join!  Kids that complete their passports (8 weeks of activities) will receive a certificate from the Mayor of Renton for all of their hard work.

Master Gardeners

Have a plant or gardening question or problem?  Visit the Master Gardeners at the Renton Farmers Market from 3:00–6:00 every week. They are available to help you: manage your gardens and landscapes in a science-based, sustainable manner; address environmental and social priorities such as water conservation and water quality protection; reduce the impact of invasive species; and, increase public awareness of healthy living through gardening.