Phinney Farmers Market

Fridays, 3:30-7:30 pm
June 3- September 30

 

Meet your neighbors, your farmers and new friends this summer at the Phinney Farmers Market.

 

Your Friday ritual can once again include your unique neighborhood Phinney Farmers Market. We are lining up the tried-and-true offerings, some brand new farms and more prepared food vendors for you as you gather to shop with friends and neighbors. Get a jump start on your weekly shopping, eat dinner while planning seasonally inspired brunch for the weekend, and let’s not forget about keeping picnic supplies at the ready for swimming at Green Lake and attending Zoo Tunes.

 

Meet new people as you both grab for that flat of perfect juicy berries. Allow time for double takes…wait, did you just see fresh ginger?! Let your kids meet and question the Washington Farmers that grow your healthy, delicious food.

 

The PNA partners with the Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Markets, a community-based non-profit which brings Washington State farmers into the city to sell their farm-fresh produce.

 

Check out their Ripe 'n' Ready Report to see what you might expect to find each week. The market accepts EBT (food stamps), WIC and Senior market coupons. Shoppers can also buy market gift certificates, Phinney Farmers Market t-shirts and sturdy, colorful canvas shopping bags at the Farmers Market info tent!

 

2016 Schedule of Events

 

July 8:
Music - 3:30-4:45: Jennifer Ward - 16-year-old singer-songwriter

 

5-7 pm: IdleHands - Quartet specializing in sweet and tart harmony interpretations of songs from the folk and rock traditions of America.

 

July 15:
Demo - 4-7 pm: King County Seed Lending Library will share seeds of vegetables, edible flowers and herbs, and talk about saving and storing seeds. The library, which is hosted at the PNA’s Tool Lending Library, is free and open to all. Learn more at kingcountyseed.org.

 

Music - 3:30-4:45 pm: Moonshine Gospel - Original music with influences of folk, punk and Americana.

 

5-7 pm: Tim Scallon: Instrumental and song-based music in a variety of styles. Instrumental and song-based music in a variety of styles. soundcloud.com/timothy-scallon

 

July 22:
Demo - 3:30 -7:30: Master Gardener Deb Quinones will answer your gardening questions

 

Music - 4-6 pm: Whiskey Cove Players: Old jazz, blues, beatles and other easy listening


6-7 pm: The Phinney Ridge Orchestra and Phinney Ridge Youth Orchestra

 

July 29:
Demo - 3:30-5:00 pm: Using variety of upcycled materials, non-profit Seattle ReCreative will lead craft activities for all ages. Come play!


Music - 5-7 pm: The Onlies, sponsored by the Seattle Folklore Society, playing original and traditional fiddle-driven music, with Celtic, old-time American and Canadian roots.

 

August 5:
Music - 5-7 pm: Gary Paine - Folk song sing-a-long

 

August 12:

Demo - 4-7 pm: King County Seed Lending Library will share seeds of vegetables, edible flowers and herbs, and talk about saving and storing seeds. The library, which is hosted at the PNA’s Tool Lending Library, is free and open to all. Learn more at kingcountyseed.org.

 

Music - 5-7 pm: The Clefts - Blues/country/folky originals played well and with gusto

 

August 19:

Music - 5-7 pm: One Love Street Band, lead by trombonist, Marc Smason. One Love! @ Honkfest West 2013

 

August 26:

3:30-7:30 pm: Zucchini 500 races


Music
- 5-7 pm: Valerie Cohen & Brad Reynolds- Fiddle and accordian

 

September 2:

Music - 5-7 pm: IdleHands - Quartet specializing in sweet and tart harmony interpretations of songs from the folk and rock traditions of America.

 

September 9:

Music - 5-7 pm: The Clefts - Blues/country/folky originals played well and with gusto

 

September 16:
Demo - 3:30-7:30: Appleooza cider press - Learn how to learn to use the cider press, then rent it from the PNA tool library!

 

Music: - 5-7 pm: Seattle Folklore Society

 

September 23:

Music - 5-7 pm: Tinker's Dram - Four-person band (fiddle, button accordion, bass, guitar) playing mainly contra dance and "Old Time" music.

 

September 30:

Demo - 4-7 pm: It’s Seed Homecoming time! Your seed library loan is up, and the King County Seed Lending Library wants you to return seeds to the library shelves for the winter. Bring your home-grown vegetable, herb and edible flower seeds (open-pollinated or heirloom only) to the library’s table to be cataloged and stored for the winter. The seeds will be shared at an annual Seed Swap in January. Learn more at kingcoseed.org.

 

Music - 5-7 pm: Tangletown String Band - Old time, alt country, Bluegrass

 


 

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