It's on! One of the Tri-Cities most looked forward to events is coming back! The Historic Downtown Kennewick Farmer's Market will be going on beginning Thursday, June 3rd thru October 21st from 4 pm-7 pm.

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According to their website:

“Now more than ever, farmers' markets are vital partners in bringing healthy foods into neighborhoods throughout Washington. Likewise, communities like ours are vital to the livelihoods of hundreds of farmers and other food vendors. Times such as these highlight farmers markets’ role as an essential, community retail. Our Downtown Kennewick Farmers Market is like a grocery store — but with fresh air, a truly local supply chain, and fresh veggies, fruits, and flowers grown just for you. The state of affairs regarding COVID-19 is changing daily, and the market will adapt as needed. We have been identifying ways to keep everyone safe while remaining an essential source of farm-fresh local food. With that Downtown Kennewick still plans to host our Farmers Market during the regularly scheduled season from June 3rd through October 21st until further notice. This means we are accepting vendor applications. We will update you if this changes.”

— HDKP Staff & Farmers Market Manager

Every Thursday evening, the market will be held from 4 pm to 7 pm at the intersection of Benton Street and Kennewick Avenue, featuring cheese, fish, gifts, eggs, bread, an assortment of fresh produce, and more!

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An added bonus is that a lot of the businesses will be open including stores, restaurants, and galleries. For more information about the market, go here.

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