Duvall Farmers Market

Duvall Farmers Market is open Thursdays 3-7PM from the first week of May through mid-October. The Market is held at Taylor Landing, a lovely, grassy park on the north side of town. The Market features local and regional small farmers, producers, artisans, food vendors and crafts persons.

Taylor Landing was the original site of Cherry Valley Village (which was the predecessor to Duvall). Logging was the primary local industry, and the adjacent Snoqualmie River was used to transport logs. In 1910, the railroads wanted to utilize the flat land next to the river, and so paid to have the town’s buildings moved up the hill to Duvall’s current downtown location. It was renamed Duvall after Frank Duvall, a local character. Duvall Farmers Market moved to Taylor Landing in 2020.

From 2010 to 2019, Duvall Farmers Market was located on Brown Avenue in front of Duvall Hardware. Prior to that it had locations on Stella St., Third Ave, and at Depot Park. It was first organized in 2006 by former Duvall resident Laurie Gilbertson. In 2011 it was re-organized as a non-profit with a board, which is how it is operated today. The market has been an active member of Washington State Farmers Market Association since its inception. The market board is grateful for continued support from the community, city, vendors and patrons. New vendors, volunteers, musicians and sponsors are always welcome.

Old one room school house
A one room school house built from the lumber of a single very large tree in Cherry Valley Village the site of the current Taylor Landing and the location of the Duvall Farmers Market on Thursdays 3-7pm from May till mid-October each year.