Be sure to take advantage of our convenient new token system. Purchase tokens, in $5 denominations, at the market info booth (at NE Everett and NE Fourth Avenue), with your debit or credit card. The tokens are just like cash. When your purchase products from the vendors they will give you change. They make great gifts too – use them as you would gift cards!
Market Day for June 3rd
Kid’s Activity – 3pm-7pm, Farm Sensory Day: Find the animals in the sensory tubs, farm stickers, farm tools coloring. Chef Connection – at 4pm, come learn a new tip or trick to use in your kitchen. Music – from 5pm-7pm Brian Ayotte, If you are a James Taylor fan, be sure to come down and listen to Brian! WSU Master Gardeners – will be at the market information booth with plenty of literature and knowledge to answer your gardening and composting questions.
A quick run down of some of the farmers and vendors: Draper Girls’ Country Farm – lamb, pork, dried apples, apples, pears Lacamas Lavender – honey, rhubarb, lavender, herbs, veggie starts, eggs Greenville Farms – hazelnuts, prunes, eggs Boones Ferry Berry Farms – strawberries Twin Brooks Herb Farm – heirloom tomato plants, vegetable starts, herb plants, camas lilies Xiong Farms– tulips, irises, wallflowers, and many more flowers Rosemattel’s – lettuce, kale, plant starts Nature’s Choice – mushrooms (fresh premium wild porcini & morels, organic shiitake & maitake), wild huckleberry jam & syrup, raw unfiltered honey. Hill Tree Farms – flowers Russell’s Breads – garlic parmesan, kalamata olive, challah, brioche, whole wheat pumpkin scones, cookies, pumpkin bread Brun’s Baked Goods – French white loaf, French rye baguette, apple cake, chocolate cookies, gluten free chocolate cookies, gluten free apple cake Paper Tiger Coffee Roasters – artisan roasted specialty coffee beans Zabor Mexican Grill – homemade tamales, tacos, burritos, quesadillas Wurst Sausage Company – variety of homemade sausages Gumbo Goddess – cajun cuisine with a southern twist “Pop-a-Bak” – variety of fruit filled baklava and Greek gyros Half Moon Farm – honey, plants, eggs Iko Farms – onions, asparagus, potatoes
— and — Bill Baines, with Edge Master Mobile Sharpening. Bring your knives, gardening tools, food processor blades, kitchen shears, and lawn mower blades (remove them from the mower!) to be sharpened onsite at very reasonable prices.