They're all here! Dogs of all sizes, children too - everyone enjoying the festival atmosphere. Hundreds of vendors featuring unique items every Saturday from now until mid-October in Puyallup's Pioneer Park and Pavilion.
'The vendors are like family to me." said market manager Brittany Brown. "Just to see the new creations they're excited about, what they're bringing, and the shoppers - how much they love the unique items we have here...it's an amazing feeling."
36 years and counting - it's one of the oldest and largest farmers markets in the state.
"I think it's a great way to see all the businesses here, get to know some of the things I've never seen before," said Cynthia Jones, a shopper. "It's good to get out and meet people in the community - there are a lot of things out here they have to offer."
And what's a farmer's market without good grub? From Philly cheesesteaks to the South African Food Affair....the market has it all.
The 2017 season runs Saturdays and Sundays 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. through October 14, 2017. More info online.