Sitka Farmers Markets in Aug. & Sept.
Local Food and Local Arts & Crafts
Celebrate local food and local arts and crafts at the 15th summer of Sitka Farmers Markets.
Markets take place at the Alaska Native Brotherhood Founders’ Hall on selected Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
- Saturday Aug. 13
- Saturday Aug. 27
- Saturday Sept. 10
- Saturday Sept. 24
For more details, go to http://www.sitkalocalfoodsnetwork.org or call 907-623-7660
To register as a vendor, go to http://sitkafarmersmarket.eventsmart.com. Registration must be done by the Wednesday preceding the market.
The Sitka Farmers Market (now in its 15th year) is a community event hosted by the Sitka Local Foods Network, whose mission is to increase the amount of locally produced and harvested food in the diets of Southeast Alaskans. Our focus is on local — fresh produce, fish, baked goods, prepared foods, cottage foods, arts and crafts — and all products must be made in Alaska (preferably in Sitka or Southeast Alaska, cooked foods may use non-local foods so long as the food is cooked on site).
We will have indoor and outdoor spaces. Since COVID-19 is still around, we will require masks inside the ANB Hall when Sitka is at the Moderate or High risk levels. While most people now are vaccinated against the coronavirus, there still are people who aren’t vaccinated and there are periodic hot spots when the illness flares up. We don’t want the market to be a place that spreads the coronavirus. Even with our outside booths, we encourage vendors and customers to wear masks, to use hand sanitizer, and to avoid bunching up while giving others six feet of space.