The Bellevue Farmers Market
In May 2018, The Bellevue Farmers Market will return for its 6th season in Bellevue! The market was started by Elizabeth Spinelli in 2013. It was originally located in the parking lot of the Bellevue United Methodist Church. Midway through the 2014 season, Matt Lowney & Jeremy Blount took over operations of the market. Based on the foundation that Elizabeth created, the market was able to continue and grow. With the support of Bellevue residents, the market has thrived and grown into a true community resource for locally grown food. Right after the start of the 2015 season, The Bellevue Farmers Market moved to the heart of Bellevue, the Red Caboose Park.
The BFM features locally grown produce, sold directly by the grower or a collective. A collective sells produce grown on multiple local/regional farms. Our mission is to provide our customers with a wide selection and variety of locally sourced food. Not only do we feature produce that is fresh from the farm, we also have a wide variety of cheese, honey, breads & baked goods, local meats, jams & jellies, and soap.