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Preparations for 2016 are under way

The Tenino Farmers Market welcomes applications from farmers, producers, artisans and prepared food vendors. The season begins May 7th on Olympia Street (downtown Tenino), 10am-3pm and runs every Saturday through September 24. If you are interested in becoming a vendor, review our application and guidelines.

New vendors are welcome.



Market Schedule

Location

213 Sussex Ave W on Olympia Street South

Directions

Historic Downtown Tenino on Olympia Street

LOVE TO BAKE?

Enter our Blue Ribbon Pie Contest!

The Market moves to the Tenino First Presbyterian Church’s parking lot (Hodgden St. So. & Central Ave.) during Oregon Trail Days, Saturday, July 25. Submit pie(s) between 9:30am-11:30am. Pie categories are BERRY, FRUIT (other than berry), NUT, and JUNIOR PIE BAKER (under 15 years). First and second place awarded plus a grand champion./p>

Senior Farmer’s Market Nutrition Program 2015- Begins June 1, 2015

Applications are available by contacting Senior Services at 360-586-6181, downloading at www.lmtaaa.org, pick-up at the Tenino Farmers Market beginning June 6, or Tenino City Hall, June 2. SFMNP checks will be distributed on a first come first serve basis. Once an application has been received and screened for eligibility, the applicant will be mailed $40 in SFMNP checks to be used at participating farmers markets. Qualifications: Low-income seniors, age 60 or older (age 55+ for American Indian or Alaska Native) with an income level at or below 185% of the Federal Poverty Level ($1,799/mo. for a single person and $2,425/mo. for a couple).

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