Shoppers examine plants from a North Bend greenhouse at the North Bend Farmers Market. Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

North Bend Farmers Market celebrates opening day; full season of food, music and community ahead

  • Thursday, June 15, 2017 7:30am
  • Life

It is officially market season in the upper Valley, where, despite the rain, Si View Park hosted opening day of the annual North Bend Farmers Market. Now through Sept. 7, the market, its summer concerts, and children’s activities is open from 4 to 8 p.m. every Thursday at the park.

This season, the market has several new vendors, as well as community information booths, Master Gardeners, and a rotating schedule of events and activities. Summer concerts run from 6 to 7:30 p.m. For the full details, visit

Parking at Si View Plaza is limited during peak hours, but there are several parking options within a short walk. Market visitors are encouraged to respect all no-parking signs, as well as private property.

Sara and Mike Ruhland sample some of new vendor, Saucy Mama’s products at opening day of the farmers market. Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

Carly Methner of Hayton Farms packages up some fresh strawberries for a customer. Carol Ladwig/Staff Photo

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