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Celebration of Food Festival May 17

Apr 30th, 2015 | Category: News

LYNNWOOD— Food Revolution Snohomish County, a movement aimed at encouraging growing, cooking, and eating real food, brings the 4th annual Celebration of Food Festival to Lynnwood on Sunday, May 17. The festival is a free, family event where participants can taste, explore, and experience real food from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lynnwood Convention Center, 3711 196th St. SW, Lynnwood. Highlights of the festival include educational presentations, cooking demonstrations, children’s story tent and book giveaway, and hands-on kids’ cooking and kitchen skills station. A number of food producers, vendors and farms from throughout Snohomish County will be represented, including Biringer Farm of Arlington, Shambala Farm of Camano Island, Mother Nature’s Organics of Lake Stevens, Skipley Farm of Snohomish, Bright Ide Acres of Snohomish, and Smith Bros Farm of Kent. The Everett and Lynnwood farmers markets will also attend. The event will include free food samples, food demonstrations for children and adults, displays, and items for purchase. Bastyr Center for Natural Health and WSU Snohomish County Extension will host presentations such as Seed Starting at Home, Transplanting Garden Starts, Gardening with Children, DIY Salad Boxes, and others. For more information, email foodrevsnoco@edcc.edu, go to www.edcc.edu/foodfest, or follow Food Revolution Snohomish County on Facebook www.facebook.com/foodrevsnoco.

WSU Snohomish County Extension showed people (in 2014) how to make a pot for plant starts out of newspaper. Participants were able to take home a kale plant! COURTESY PHOTO

WSU Snohomish County Extension showed people (in 2014) how to make a pot for plant starts out of newspaper. Participants were able to take home a kale plant! COURTESY PHOTO

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