may to september

9am - 2pm

Locally Grown × Crafted with Love

We are located on 3rd Street between Franklin and Cedar in Downtown Shelton.


Our mission at the Shelton Farmers Market is to offer a forum for small local growers and others to make their fresh, local, and seasonal produce and handicrafts available to the community and to support farming efforts in Mason County and adjoining counties.

Come see us! Buy local!

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(360) 463-6497


Franklin and 3rd St
Shelton, WA 98584


Saturdays 9a–2p



Market events

Join us at the Shelton Farmers Market this summer for some exciting, family-friendly events!


Kids day

Kids Day is our most popular event of the year! Bring the kids down to have fun at the market! We will have a treasure hunt for the kiddos to participate in with fabulous prizes from some of our sponsors.

artists month

August is Artist Month at the market. Join us to see and experience the best artists in Mason County display their goods and demonstrate their art. Look for announcements in July for who will be at the market each week and watch the newsletter for sing-ups to participate in pottery, painting, spinning, or photography demo classes.



chef demos

The market is partnering with local chefs to bring some cooking excitement to the market this year. Come watch what they can make with just items found at the market and a few spices! Watch the weekly newsletter for announcements about dates and times. You don't want to miss these!

Get Involved

You can be a part of the Shelton Farmers Market in many different ways!



We always need extra help at the Market. Check with the Market Manager to help with running the market booth, scheduling entertainment, or with an event at the market. We would love your help!


Friends of the Market

Do you love having a place to buy fresh, local, and seasonal food directly from a farmer? Help us support our mission by becoming a Friend of the Market! Get a free tote bag and coffee!



Are you a local business looking to make an impact in your community? Sponsorship of the market enables us to provide our community with education on farming and nutrition.