If you're interested in being a part of our 2017 market, please first read the information on our website about the types of vendors we allow and our market rules. While we strive to have a balance of vendor types, we always welcome inquiries from farms and businesses. 

If you are a vendor or non profit group or just looking to participate in any way with the market please fill out the application below. If you are a musician or food truck please find the specific applications under the "Vendor Info" tab. 

2016 Vendors

At the Kendall Yards Night Market we work hard to create a vendor mix that is right for our customers and the community.  We focus on local farms and food artisans.  We encourage you to get to know your market vendors and learn about their passion for producing and growing the very best food the region has to offer.



Tall Grass Farms
Heirloom vegetable starts, plants, hanging baskets, annuals, hostas and seasonal cut flowers specializing in dahlias

Olsen Farms
Specialty potatoes (over 20 varieties), farm grass feed beef, lamb, pork
Olsen Farms Facebook

Aichele Farms
Raspberries, strawberries, blackberries
Aichele Farms Facebook

Piper Farms
Local blueberries, raspberries, and homemade jams and jellies
Piper Farms Facebook

Pacific Produce
Variety of vegetables and fruits from Central Washington farm

Gourmet Foragables
Locally foraged mushrooms
Gourmet Foragables Facebook

Project Hope's Riverfront Farm
Fresh fruits and vegetables grown and harvested in West Central

Urban Eden Farm
Greens and vegetables

Chattaroy Cheese Company
Goat Cheese

Lavender Lady
Lavender and lavender products
Lavendar Lady of Spokane Facebook

Elithorp Farm

The Windy Knoll Farm
Raspberries, strawberries, pumpkins, squash and wide variety of vegetables from Nine Mile farm
Windy Knoll Farm Facebook

Springwater Farm
Organic fruit and vegetables, grass fed beef, woodlot finished pork, pasture poultry and eggs

The Good Food Farm
Hand grown artisan fresh vegetables, using organic and sustainable practices
The Good Food Farm Facebook

Lor Garden
Fresh Vegetables, cut flowers, huckleberries

Hungry Robin Garden
Heirloom and open pollinated vegetables, fruits, and flowers

Anchor Point Farms
Non GMO, no hormone, no antibiotics, non grain feed, chicken, beef, pork, eggs, honey

E.G.A. Farms
All natural pasture raised pork and chicken
E.G.A. Facebook


Heavy Petals
Hearty perennials, flowering shrubs, herbs, cut flowers, cut herb bouquets
Heavy Petals Facebook

Footehills Farms
Specialty ethnic and organic culinary herbs, specialty produce, dried herbs, sauces

Twilight Ciderworks and Farm
Artisan cider, cherries and peaches

McGee and Me Farm
Mixed produce and plant starts
McGee and Me Farm Facebook

SnowBerry Ridge
Raw honey, lip balm, natural soap
SnowBerryRidge Facebook

Cherry Bomb Organic Garlic Farms
Organic garlic and a variety vegetables including black cherry, sweetie, and yellow pear tomatoes, poona keera indian and suyolong asian cucumbers, rhonda zucchini, russian kale, and plant starts in the spring, all certified organic and non goo

Artisan Foods

Fannies Ice Pops
Artisan Ice Pops from natural seasonally available ingredients

Winterwoods Tea Company
Handcrafted loose leaf tea blends

Petit Chat Village Bakery
Breads, pastries, Danish, cinnamon rolls and cookies
Petit Chat Village Bakery Facebook

Specialty blended and packaged spices

Mama Torrez Salsa Company
Fresh artisan salsa and flour tortilla chips

Patti's Pies
Fresh seasonal pies and tarts
Patti's Pies Facebook

Indaba Coffee
Coffee Beans

Morning Sun Bakery
Pastries, quiches
Morning Sun Bakery Facebook

Crepe Sisters
Sweet and Savory handmade crepes
Crepe Sisters Bakery Facebook

The Malted Mutt
All natural/organic dog treat from locally sourced up-cycled beer grains


Hierophant Meadery
Variety of Artisinal Mead (Honey Wine)

Toast Toppers
Exceptional fruit spreads made from organically grown fruit - no sugar, chemicals or artificial ingredients
Toast Toppers Facebook

Ole World Oils
Camellia oil, camellia seed, vinaigrettes made from camelina

Moon Creek Gourmet Sweets
Gourmet caramel candy, wrapped and packaged in 1/4 lb & 1/2 lb bags


Roast House Coffee (Week #1, 3, 5, etc. See their Facebook for specific dates)
Featuring our new, organic canned cold brew coffee

Tom Sawyer Country Coffee (Week #2, 4, 6, etc. See their Facebook for specific dates)
Locally blended and roasted small batch (boutique) specialty grade coffee

Street Food

3Ninjas Mobile Food and Catering
Where health meets heat. Everything is fresh, all the time
3Ninjas Facebook

Beet It Up! Mobile Juice Truck
Raw and locally sourced organic juices
Beet It Up! Mobile Juice Truck Facebook


Veraci Pizza - Food Cart At The Nest
Born as a food cart, the cart returns. Get your amazingly tasty, thin crust pizza fast!

Brain Freeze - Food Cart Near The Nest
Get your Spokane ice cream - fast! High fat, high quality, high prices. Everything you'd expect from a ridiculously small company.

Kendall Yards Eateries/Drinkeries

Central Food
Incredible breakfast, lunch, dinner everyday from award-winning chef David Blaine.

Wandering Table
One of the most unique dining experiences in the Northwest, brought to you by award-winning chef Adam Hegsted.

Veraci Pizza
Delicious ultra-thin artisan crust made from our secret recipe, tasty salads, local beer and wine.

Nectar Wine & Beer
Josh Wade just opened his newest Nectar - serving wine & beer. Appetizers available.

Brain Freeze
Spokane ice cream - high fat, high quality, high prices. Everything you'd expect from a ridiculously small company


Craftsman Cellars
Mom and Pop shop that sells its own amazing, hand-crafted red wines in the old-world style. Cheese plates, too.


Footprints to the Heart
Handcrafted soap and body products

Orange Thyme
Handmade soaps and body products

KJ Pottery
Handcrafted functional pottery. Food focused.


See Individual Facebook pages for details.

Silver Bay Jewelry (Week 1, 5, 9, etc.)
Handmade Jewelry
Silver Bay Jewelry Facebook

Two Birds Trinkets (Week 2, 6, 10, etc.)
Handmade Artisan Jewelry
Two Birds Trinkets

Lexi Lou Jewels (Week 3, 7, 11, etc.)
Handmade Jewelry

The Madd Hatters (Week 4, 8, 12, etc.)
Hand Crochet hats and headbands
The Madd Hatters Facebook


Project Hope West Central
Providing youth staffing to the market


Catholic Charities Food For All Program
Providing assistance to the market to enable us to better serve the entire community

Spokane County Master Gardeners
Visiting the market every other week at the Information Tent (stall 42)
Master Gardeners

Vendor Definitions


Persons who sell products they have grown themselves. This would include products such as fruits, vegetables, plants, flowers, honey, and meats. It may also include such items as jams, cider or salsa (providing the essential ingredients of these items were grown and harvested directly by the vendor). Please fill out the Vendor Application Form if you're interested in working with us.


Persons who sell food products that they have personally prepared but did NOT grow or raise the ingredients themselves. This would include such items as baked goods, jams, sauces, wines, and beer. Please fill out the Vendor Application Form if you're interested in working with us.


Vendors offering freshly made foods, available for sale and consumption at the market or at home as a take-away item. Please fill out the Vendor Application Form if you're interested in working with us.


Persons offering quality art and craft items made by them personally (Pre-made or “slightly altered” pre-made products do not qualify).  All items are “juried” by the Market for appropriateness.  Please fill out the Vendor Application Form if you're interested in working with us.


Groups seeking to provide information to the public about community based events and services.  No selling or political campaigning.  Fundraising is limited to the sale of raffle or community event tickets and must be preapproved by the Market management. Please fill out the Vendor Application Form if you're interested in working with us.


Music and entertainment are important components of the Night Market. The market strives to create an enjoyable environment, including “background” music for customers and vendors. Musicians are paid a stipend and “tip jars” and CD sales are permitted. Please fill out the Vendor Application Form if you're interested in working with us.  

The determination of the Market management as to a Vendor type or status is final.    

Vendor Rules & Regulations

Thank you for your interest in vending at the Kendall Yards Night Market.

Understanding and agreeing to these Policies and Guidelines is necessary for your participation and success.

We appreciate your support and cooperation.


The Kendall Yards Night Market is an independent farmers market, organized by the Kendall Yards community and Greenstone Corporation. Our market’s mission is to support small farms and build community. A vibrant marketing and event schedule attracts customers from all over the city. Kendall Yards enjoys high visibility in a convenient and beautiful location.  A market has always been in the plans for the community.  We have now developed the infrastructure to support the market and 2015 was our first year of operation.  Our market has an emphasis on farmers and locally grown farm produce and includes processed foods, street food vendors, limited art/craft vendors and entertainment.


Our market is located on Summit Parkway between Cedar and Adams Alley in the Kendall Yards retail district. Ample vendor and customer parking is available on adjacent surface lots.





Wednesdays, 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm, from May 18 to October 19, 2016
(Severe weather conditions may necessitate the closure of the Market due to safety concerns. This closure will be at the Director’s discretion. Dates and hours may be subject to change. The Director may close the market at 7pm in early and late season, depending on available light.)


Products sold at the Market are generally limited to five categories, listed below as A though E. Each vendor’s application must detail exactly what products the vendor intends to sell.  Vendor must be an active owner/operator of the business and may not be operating the business under a franchise agreement. Vendors may only sell products listed on their applications. If a vendor wishes to later add or discontinue a product, they must inform the Manager. Requests for adding new products to sell will be addressed on a case-by-case basis.

Any violation of these rules will result in the product being automatically removed from the vendor’s tables and possible revocation of the vendor’s Permit to Sell. Interpretation of this rule is at the Director’s discretion.

A. FRESH FARM PRODUCTS: Fresh fruits and vegetables, herbs, nuts, honey, dairy products, eggs, poultry, mushrooms, meats, fish and shellfish. Also included are fresh cut flowers, nursery stock, and plants, and foraged items such as wild herbs or mushrooms. All fresh farm products must be grown or produced in Washington,  Idaho, or Oregon and grown, produced, or foraged by the farmer/vendor selling them.

Only farmers, ranchers, fishers, apiaries, nurseries, and foragers may sell fresh farm products. Farmers and nursery operators must propagate all plants and flowers from seed, cuttings, bulbs or plant division. Honey vendors must be the owner-operators of bee hives from which they sell hone. Vendors must be active owners/operators of the farming operation and may not be operating the business under a franchise agreement. All dairy, eggs, poultry, honey, meats, fish, shellfish must have the proper permits and licenses as required by the WSDA and Spokane County Health District.

B. VALUE-ADDED FARM FOODS: Includes preserved foods, jams, jellies, juices, cider, wine, distilled spirits, syrups, salsas, smoked or canned meats or fish, dried fruit, flours, salad dressings, and limited on- site processed farm food such as roasted peppers & roasted peanuts. Wines allowable for sale at the Market must use grapes and fruit grown in the five wine appellations of Washington, Idaho or Oregon.

All value-added farm foods must be made from raw products and ingredients, a majority of which are grown and produced by the farmer vendor. The vendor must also be the creator of the value-added farm foods being sold (i.e. personally cooking, canning, baking, or preserving the product itself or supervising their own raw ingredients used in accordance with their own recipes in a permitted facility). All processed value- added farm foods must carry product liability insurance.

C. DRIED FLOWERS, CRAFTED FARM PRODUCTS: Bouquets, wreaths, roping, vine and woven wood baskets, arrangements and displays of fresh and dried flowers, vegetables, vines and gourds. Beeswax candles are allowed by honey producers only. Other non-edible crafted farm products will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

All crafted farm products must be made from raw products and ingredients, a majority of which are grown and produced by the farmer vendor. The vendor must also be the creator of the crafted farm products being sold

D. PROCESSED FOODS: Preserved foods, jams, jellies, juices, cider, wine, distilled spirits, syrups, salsas, smoked or canned meats or fish, dried fruit, salad dressings, breads, pastries, baked goods, pasta, granola, and related take-home foods. Wines allowable for sale at the Market must use grapes and fruit grown in the wine appellations of Washington, Idaho or Oregon.

Processed foods must be produced by the vendor from raw ingredients. Vendors in this category are those who have cooked, baked or otherwise treated the product they sell, but have not raised the ingredients themselves.

E. PREPARED FOODS: Freshly-made foods available for sale and immediate consumption onsite, such as pizza, sandwiches, tamales, and crepes.

F. ART AND CRAFTS: The Kendall Yards Night Market may allow, on a limited, case-by-case basis, vendors selling high quality art and craft items that promote our mission of supporting local artisan. Priority is given to local artists and craft persons.


The Market grants Permits to Sell based on the Market's need to balance available produce with a well- rounded product mix. The Market strives to meet the needs of participating farmers and our goal of creating a vibrant and successful market.

A. MARKET STAFF: The Director’s job is to implement Market policies. This includes overseeing vendor participation and booth assignments, set-up, collection of fees, providing information on Market policies, and assuring vendor compliance. The Director is also responsible for public concerns and vendor concerns. The Director has complete authority to interpret and implement policy on the Market site, as necessary, and to make all decisions regarding Market participation, stall assignments and other Market operations.

B. PARTICIPATION is determined by the Market, whose job is to provide a healthy, viable mix of new and current vendors, including experienced vendors with a proven record of high sales and consistent quality/variety. The goal is to create an economically successful and sustainable Farmers Market, while also providing increasing opportunities for new vendors to sell their products directly to customers.

Decisions are based on available space in the Market, the need for specific products, vendor’s fit with Market mission and demographic, and vendor’s performance history. Criteria for evaluating vendor performance will include: ability to follow market policies and Director’s directions (e.g., communication, punctuality, clean-up, weights, signage, 48 hrs advance notification when canceling, etc), product quality, visual display, sales history, and record of no outstanding balances.

The goal of the Night market is to create a Market vendor mix with at least 50% farmers. The Night Market is also committed to supporting and helping incubate smaller start-up businesses and artisans in vendor categories D, E and F, when possible. Priority is given to returning vendors.


STALL ASSIGNMENTS are made by the Market based on the following criteria: (1) available space in the Market, (2) the need for a specific product and the vendor’s ability to provide it, and (3) the number of spaces the vendor requires, and (4) vendor history and sales performance.

Participation in the Market is not a guarantee of a particular stall location. The Director will make every attempt to keep stall space assignments consistent throughout the season. However, stall assignments will change over the course of the season in order to maximize shopper experience, make the best use of Market space, and provide a good mix of products.


A. APPLICATION FEE: None. There will be no application fee charged to the vendors for our 2017 season.  


  • 10 X 10 space
  • 10 X 20 space

There will be no stall fee charged to the vendors for our 2017 season.  

C. PARKING & ELECTRICITY: Parking is available adjacent to the market.  In some instances the vendor may be able to park a vehicle necessary for serving his stall in an area adjacent to the stall.  These locates are very limited.  Electricity is available at several stall locations.

D. VENDOR SALES REPORTING: Vendors must report their daily gross revenue to Director at the end of each market, on the Sales Report Form provided, which they shall sign and verify as accurate. Vendors who fail to report accurate sales forfeit their right to sell at the Night Market. Gross revenue includes all cash sales as well as the value of pre-orders.

E.  Vendor Operational Rules:

  1. All vendors with tents, canopies and umbrellas are required to have at least 25 pounds of non-variable weight per tent leg and 50 pounds per umbrella stand, securely attached at all times during the market. Fines will be issued after the first warning. QAFM does not provide weights. Any damage incurred by a vendor due to insufficient weights will be at the expense of that vendor. We strictly enforce this rule so please be aware of your weights.
  2. No vendors are allowed on the site before 2:00 pm. All vendors must vacate the site by 9:00 pm. The Market site is not staffed outside of these hours.
  3. Vendors are not allowed on the site until Market staff gives permission.
  4. On Market days, Summit Pkwy is One Way only - east to west - entering at Adams Alley and exiting at Cedar.
  5. Vendors must unload their vehicle completely prior to setting up, so as not to block other vehicles.
  6. No selling shall begin before 4:00 pm, except to wholesale customers as approved by the Director.
  7. Vendors must be set up and ready to sell by 4:00 pm.
  8. Vendors must remove their vehicle from the Market area at least 15 minutes before start-time unless approved by the Director.
  9. Vendors are required to stay until closing. Vendors who sell out early must keep their stall set up until closing time and should post a sign letting customers know they have sold out.
  10. No vehicles are allowed on the pavement until 8:10pm.
  11. Vendors should not leave their vehicles and possessions unattended. Vendors' stalls MUST be staffed at all times.
  12. Gross sales must be reported no later than 30 minutes after the Market is closed.

F. SIGNAGE: All vendors will post a sign identifying the name of the farm/business represented and where it is located. Signs should be attractive, clean, and large enough to be seen. Vendors must have their signs displayed before sales begin. Our market puts a strong emphasis on aesthetics, and will assist vendors in sourcing design and printing services.

G. PRICE SIGNAGE: All goods for sale must be clearly marked with their prices. This can be done by individually tagging each item with a sign or by listing all produce and prices on a large sign or blackboard, so that it is clearly readable.

H. SELLING SPACE: Vendor stalls, selling space and vehicles must not extend beyond allotted boundaries of the stall space without prior approval of Director.

I. SET OUT DISTANCE FOR VENDOR DISPLAY: Displays and signs must allow clear visibility to adjoining booths. Display and selling techniques must not impair other vendors’ ability to sell, nor create a hazardous situation for customers. Our intention is to create a visually enticing Market for customers and to enable all vendors to maximize their selling space.

J. VENDOR VEHICLES and LOADING or UNLOADING: Vendor vehicles must be off-site no later than 15 minutes before the Market opens.

K. STALL SPACE CLEAN UP: Vendors are required to maintain their individual selling space in a clean, safe and sanitary manner, including protecting the pavement from drips from any part of the vendor’s vehicle. Each vendor is responsible for complete clean up of their space at the close of the Market. This includes taking with you any trash or garbage that is generated in or around your stall and sweeping up any product debris left on the ground. All prepared food vendors must provide their customers with a place to dispose their waste. Farmers are not permitted to dispose of produce waste, overripe or leftover produce or boxes in any on-site garbage cans or dumpsters. Market trashcans and dumpsters are not available for vendor use. Vendors must bring their own brooms, dustpans and waste bags. Fees may be charged for any garbage left behind.


  1. The Market is a community event where many diverse people are gathered to shop and sell. Vendors and their representatives are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful, safe, courteous and harmonious manner with customers, Market staff and with each other.
  2. Any language or behavior that jeopardizes the normal operations of the Market will be grounds for termination of the vendor’s Permit to Sell.

M. SAFETY: Vendor vehicles, tables and overhead shades must be maintained and used in a safe manner. Table legs must be firmly locked into place. Tables must have smooth edges and remain stable when loaded with produce. Tent poles, canopy legs, boxes, umbrella stands must not obstruct foot traffic flow; care must be taken when setting up or taking down displays. Cords must be taped down.

N. NO SMOKING: Smoking is not allowed at the market site.

O. BOOTH AUDITS: The Night Market may conduct random booth audits at any given vendor’s stall during the Market season. These audits will be carried out by independent third party observers.

P. The KYNM is not responsible for loss or damage of property.

Q. There will be no discrimination according to race, color, creed, sex, religion, sexual orientation, age or nationality.

R. VIOLATIONS: Failure to comply with any of the rules will result in warnings and/or fines, and possible Termination of Vendor’s Permit to Sell, at the Director’s discretion. The first violation will be a Verbal Warning, the second violation will result in a $25 fine, and the third violation will result in additional fines or dismissal from the market.


If provided a Permit to Sell, your participation in the Night Market is voluntary, as is the Night Market's choice to have you participate. At any time either party may terminate this contract. The Night Market reserves the right to modify these Guidelines and Policies at its discretion. All vendors will be notified if any changes are made.

We encourage you to keep a copy of these Guidelines and Policies at your stall for easy reference by staff.

Thank you for following our rules. Working together we can ensure a wonderful season!