Yes, the Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market is OPEN for the 2020 season, from 9 am to 2 pm every Sunday through mid-October. Every precaution is being taken for customer and vendor safety. Masks are required, booths are further apart, lines are socially distanced and attendance is restricted. But we’re still having a good time, and we hope you’ll join us!
The Cultural Center is proud to serve as the venue for the popular Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market, held on the lawn every Sunday from May-October. It’s known as one of the best and biggest markets on the coast, with up to 60 vendors at the height of the growing season. Tourists and locals alike are drawn to the food court, with everything from fresh bread and pizza to jugglers and live music, on the north side of the auditorium. Woodworking, wine, jewelry, soaps, knitted caps, plants, eggs, pasture-raised meats — you name it, you’ll find it, at the Lincoln City Farmers & Crafters Market.
Please note that the Farmers Market is an independent association of vendors, and is not a program of the Cultural Center. LCCC staff does not handle vendor applications or other Market business. To learn more about the LCFCM, please visit their website or call 541-921-0062.