Lincoln City Farmers Market is Back
The Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market has been a favorite of both locals and visitors for years.
Stalls of handmade, hand-grown, local items for sale by the makers themselves. Leave with your basket as full as your excitement when you return home. The Lincoln City market is back online during Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening, with guidelines and precautions in place. They are enforcing a one way in and one way out direction, and one customer per booth at a time. Everyone in the market is required to wear a face covering in compliance with state guidelines.
Situated on the lawn of the Lincoln City Cultural Center, you won’t miss this marketplace as you drive by along 101 on Sundays from 9am-2pm. Can’t make it Sunday afternoon? You’re in luck. Catering to those whose weekend falls during the week as well as those who work during the day, The Lincoln City Cultural Center is now hosting a Tuesday evening market from 4-8pm. The first hour is reserved for the most vulnerable populations to enjoy, and open to the rest of the public from 5-8pm. Enjoy browsing through fresh local produce, art, handmade goods and more, just don’t forget your face covering.