Discover the magic of the Olympia Farmers Market this holiday season! Beyond the bountiful fresh produce, dairy, seafood, meat, wreaths, and baked goods, immerse yourself in a world of creativity with 40 crafters and artisan food vendors every weekend. Elevate your gift-giving game and forge meaningful connections with unique, handcrafted treasures that speak volumes.
The Holiday Market season continues through December 17 and ends with Holiday Shopper’s Delight on December 22, 23, and 24.The Market will reopen on Saturday, January 6 for the beginning of our WinterMarket hours.
Indulge the local foodie in your life with a carefully curated basket of Market treats. From savory delights like Earthling Food Company's Hickory Barbecue or Pumpkin Spice pumpkin seeds to sweet sensations from Capitol City Caramels like Holiday Pecan Caramels or Chehalis Mints chocolate coins, the options are tantalizing. Spice up holiday meals with Cranberry hot sauce from Hotsauce Fresh or explore the versatility of Apple Cinnamon sipping vinegar from Wild Heart Sipping Vinegar. Herbal and mushroom tea blends created by Eufloria Botanica make a great stocking stuffer. Don't forget unique jam flavors from Johnson Berry Farm and Burnt Ridge Nursery!
Pamper your loved ones with self-care essentials! Treat them to exclusive body butters, bath soaking salts, healing balms, shampoo and soap from Riverdance Soapworks, Cascadia Terroir, and Rainchild Apothecary. Create a serene atmosphere with seasonal-scented candles from Silva House Market or find comfort in soothing eye masks and lavender sachets from Miller Lavender.
Uncover a treasure trove of unique jewelry at the Market. Andi Clarke Jewelry showcases jewelry inspired by sea glass and plant imagery, while Raventree Design bursts with colorful earrings and bracelets. Silent Goddess Jewelry captures the essence of the PNW with stones and images carved in silver, and Dancing Circles Jewelry offers timeless classics. Need a box to hold your treasures? Checkout Baird Boxes for handcrafted jewelry and keepsake boxes.
Elevate homes and kitchens with the timeless gift of pottery. Alan Perillo Pottery provides classic serving ware, Ceramics by Toni crafts vibrant butter dishes and vases, Sunflower Clay Studio produces stunning vases and decorative plates, and Go Fish offers whimsical raku-fired salmon and starfish. Baker Potter, best known for rustic bread and treats, brings their pottery to the Market during the Holiday season too. At Marion Pollmann Clay Art you’ll find a variety of colorful ceramic signs, decorative dishes, and more for your home and garden.
Prints, Greeting Cards, and Wall Art:
Turn stationary shopping into an art exploration with prints and original works from Paper Matters, Accidently Lovely, and SNC Art &More. Your favorite greeting cards made from original block prints, paintings, and photography will also look great as wall art for your home. For additional home décor, check out Secret Garden Quilts for quilted wall hangings, pillows, and fiber goods. Metal Works creates home and garden art inspired by natural elements and imagery.
Enjoy the enchanting fine art light from Long Life Beeswax Candles bring a special ambiance to your home to celebrate special occasions. Ginger Street Glass icicle ornaments are detailed works of glass art. Charcuterie boards and wood serving ware from Wood Loved by Larry and WoodArt by Howard will be appreciated by the foodie, cook, or hostess in your life. Adorable stuffed-animal bears are handmade by the mother-daughter duo behind I&E Enterprises.
Embrace winter warmth with accessories made from recycled materials. Rowan Green Fiber Arts created hats and gloves from recycled cashmere sweaters. Trnka collects shrunken wool and cashmere to create elf slippers, gnome hats, and other up cycled clothing pieces. Handling Zen transforms leather from recycled furniture into hand sewed satchels, wallets, and backpacks. Homer Tapestry creates purses and bags from recycled upholstery fabric. Twisted Twigster creates wooden home décor and kitchen utensils by transforming discarded logs and lumber. Many vendors at the Olympia Farmers Market use sustainable, earth-friendly practices in their creations—and will be happy to tell you about them if you ask!
Creative gifts are easy to find at the Market whether you are purchasing items crafted by farmers, crafters, or artisanal food producers. MycoUprrhizal Mushrooms produces kits for growing your own mushroom harvest at home. Lindon’s Woodworks offers handmade cutting boards, benches, and music stands. Crossed Paws Bakery is at the Market with handmade, all-natural dog treats for the pets in your life. Great Things in Glass creates glass art for home and garden in addition to handmade delicately woven scarves and shawls. Bottles of fruit wine, cider, and mead can be found and tasted at Wynoochee River Winery, Burnt Ridge Nursery, and Odin’s Alchemy Brewing. Living Paper white flowers are grown in glass teacups by Constellation Farm, and garden seeds grown by Maurrie’s Garden are great for stocking stuffers.
The Olympia Farmers Market is your one-stop destination for unique, thoughtful gifts. There's something special for everyone—make this holiday season truly unforgettable!