The Farmers’ Market board extends a heart felt thank you to each customer and vendor who came, participated, and shopped at the first ever Farmers’ Holiday Market.  We know it takes both vendors and customers to make a successful event and you each played a significant part in making it a fun day.  A special thanks to the Forrest Bird Charter School for opening their building, sharing their student vendors and providing talented music.

We wish each of you a special holiday season.  We’ll see you in the spring!!

Potluck and Fall Membership Meeting
Friday, November 21, 2014 at 6:00 PM
The Farmers’ Market at Sandpoint Fall Membership Meeting will take place on Friday November 21st at 6:00 PM in the Panhandle Health District conference room (1020 Michigan). This potluck event is open to all 2014 season vendors. We encourage you to bring your favorite food dish to share.
Farm Vendors
We will be holding board elections.  If you are a farm vendor and interested in running for a position on the board, please let Brenda Woodward know via email at woodsedge499@msn.com or via telephone at 265-5250.
Current Board Members
Brenda Woodward – President,  Vickie Tenny – Vice President
Karen Forsythe – Treasurer,  Bill Lamson – Secretary
Tamie Martinson,  Sharon Gunter
Emily Levine,  Toni Carey
Ron Kilgore,  Kelsey Roicot,  LJ Sams
All Vendors
If you have agenda items (suggestions, concerns, questions) that you would like addressed at the Fall Membership Meeting please send them to Brenda at woodsedge499@msn.com or farmersmarketatsandpoint@gmail.com.  


Our organization is managed by our members. We are a grassroots non-profit association. Farmers’ Market is located downtown in Farmin Park, Oak St and around the fountain at Jeff Jones Downtown Square.

Treat yourself and family to locally grown fresh produce, baked goods and handcrafted arts and crafts. We have a few farmers who are certified organic and have signs noting this at their stand.

Find us Wednesdays and Saturdays, knowing there are never two markets the same. Enjoy the always changing variety of fresh, locally grown produce, garden starts, and annual and perennial plants.

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