It's been too long since Whidbey Island has had a regular flea market. If you're a local, you know what an amazing variety of items we have on the island at garage sales and fundraisers. Now there's a market that brings all of that variety together in one place in central Whidbey!
Greenbank Farm has Whidbey Pies available at Old Spots Bistro, the Greenbank Farm Wine Shop (home of the justifiably famous loganberry wine), and Greenbank Cheese Specialty Food and Gifts. There's also an art gallery and a take-out food spot.
Flea markets in 2023 are last Saturdays from March 25 through October 28. For March and October, the market is inside the barn and the hours are 10-2, where summer sees us outside from 9-1.
Please review the event layout to the left for the outside dates, and book below. The fee $20 per space, and applies to both 10x10 spaces right next to the parking lot (except during special events), and 10x15 areas further away that will allow you to keep your vehicle on the field as long as the ground is completely dry.
Spaces are $35 inside the barn, are 7W x 12D, and come with an 8' table and 1-2 chairs as part of the fee.
In October, we are making a few 10x10 spaces just outside the barn available for $20, but you will need to bring all your own tables and chairs, and there is no refund for inclement weather.
There's no percentage, and event insurance is included. All trash has to be packed out, and your area must be free of debris before you leave.
Any items are allowed, new or used, except for the following:
- Chemicals unless they are sealed shut and put on a tarp or vinyl tablecloth
- Anything illegal to sell
If animals are sold, they must be enclosed, have fresh water and food available, shade in warm weather, and all waste must be removed from site.
Once you book your space below, come out to Greenbank Farm anytime between 30-90 minutes before the market opens.
At closing, pack out everything you brought in - items, trash, etc. Any violation of this or any other guideline means you will not be allowed to vend at future events.
No, but you have to make sure that you don't disturb other vendors or their customers.
The State of Washington requires a temporary sales tax certificate if you're only selling at 1-2 events a year, and this does include flea markets. More information can be found at https://dor.wa.gov/open-business/business-types/temporary-businesses.
The organizer will not require a copy of your certificate.
No music is allowed unless it's quiet enough to not disturb other vendors.
An available space can be booked as late as 6 am Saturday if they are still available.
If you book a space and cannot attend, we cannot give a refund, including for weather. You are welcome to give or sell your space to someone else.
The organizer is not part of Greenbank Farm management, and they cannot help with any questions you have about the event. Please use the Contact Us form if you need to speak to us.