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August 2015 events

Aug 1st, 2015 | Category: Events

Puget Sound Antique Tractor and Machinery Association Annual Gas and Steam Show: Through Saturday, Aug. 1. See many displays of cars, trucks, tractors, and engines. The static and operating displays demonstrate and teaches how equipment was used in farming and logging. Activities for kids of all ages. Berthusen Park, Lynden. Open 7 a.m. until dusk. For more information, see www.psatma.com or call Brian Dykstra at (360) 296-0655.

 

Stanwood-Camano Community Fair: Through Sunday, Aug. 2. The “Best Lil Fair in the West” is one of the largest community fairs in Washington State which showcases the Stanwood-Camano Community’s past, present and future. Enjoy exhibits, entertainment and carnival. Adults $10, seniors and children $7, under 5 free. 6431 Pioneer Hwy., Stanwood. Call (360) 629-4121.

 

Friday Fish Fry, Old Fashioneds & Farm Tunes: Each Friday at Bellewood Acres in August. Music from 6 to 9 p.m. Bellewood Acres, Lynden. BelleWoodFarms.com.

 

4th Annual Bike to Farms Tour: Saturday, Aug. 1. Join the Skagit Valley Co-op staff on a free bike-to-farms tour of some favorite local farms, including Skagit Flats Farm, Living Rain Farm, and Ralph’s Greenhouse. Continue onto Hedlin Family Farms for a 20-mile roundtrip tour. Free event! All riders should be 8 years and older. 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Pre-register by calling (360) 336-5087, ext. 139.

 

Summer Harvest Day: Saturday, Aug. 1. Come enjoy our ‘open farm’ day and get a behind the scenes view at Cloud Mountain Farm Center in Everson. Taste freshly harvested fruits and vegetables, see how we propagate nursery plants, tour the orchards, learn about our education programs, and food hubs. Free admission. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

 

Growing Fall Veggies: Saturday, Aug. 1. Join us to discuss appropriate choices for the season, crop rotation, extending the season, overwintering crops and other tidbits of interest for cool-season gardeners, taught by MaryAnn and Andy Sudkamp. Free. 10 a.m. Sunnyside Nursery, 3915 Sunnyside Boulevard, Marysville. See www.sunnysidenursery.net/classes.

 

Worm Composting 101: Saturday, Aug. 1. Make use of your food scraps in this introductory course. Learn the basics of starting your own “worm farm” and the benefits of creating compost. Class is free. 9 a.m. Garden Spot Nursery, Bellingham. See www.garden-spot.com.

 

2nd Annual Foothills Arts and Crafts Fair: Saturday, Aug. 1. Proceeds from craft fair support community fundraising for a park in Maple Falls. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Vendors wanted. Downtown Maple Falls. For more information, see maplefallspark.com.

 

Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 1-2. Celebrating 50+ years on the waterfront in downtown Coupeville. Nearly 200 diverse booths representing arts and crafts in 16 separate categories. Live entertainment, food court, waterside wine and beer garden hosted by the Coupeville Chamber of Commerce, interactive children’s activities and more. All non-operational proceeds are invested in the form of community project grants and scholarships. See coupevillefestival.com.

 

Birdstock 2015: Saturday, Aug. 1. A fundraiser for the Birdsview Fire Department. Live local music, beer garden and more. $5 donation. Noon to 9 p.m. Birdsview Brewing Co., 38302 State Route 20, Concrete. No dogs and no overnight camping. For more details, see www.birdsviewbrewingcompany.com.

 

Essential Oils Remedies: Healing Butters & Balms: Wednesday, Aug. 4. Learn how to create a healing salve with organic ingredients step-by-step with Michelle Mahler. Discuss and test essential oils for pain relief, respiratory health, scar reduction, eczema/psoriasis, bug bites, 1st aid and more. 6:30 p.m. Free class, $5-10 optional supply fee for each jar to take home. Skagit Valley Co-op, Mount Vernon.

 

18th annual Community Co-op Summer Party: Sunday, August 2. Family-friendly entertainment, creative activities, and delicious local food. Entertainment by Lucas Hicks, The Co-operative Circus Show and Parade, and Yogoman Burning Band. Also Circus Arts Playshop, face painting, crafts,  non-profit info fair and food. Noon to 5 p.m. Maritime Heritage Park, Bellingham.

 

Weeds in the Garden: Sunday, Aug. 2.  Free workshop focuses on identification and weed management suggestions, held in the Weed Identification Garden at Hovander Park, Ferndale. Presented by Whatcom Master Gardeners. 2 p.m. See http://whatcom.wsu.edu/ch/hw.html.

 

Weaving Willow – Katherine Lewis: Aug. 5-30. La Conner Quilt & Textile Museum in the Historic Gaches Mansion. Exhibit of willow baskets by Skagit Valley basketmaker Katherine Lewis in the museum’s Landmarks Gallery. Opening reception is Aug. 5 from 4-6 p.m. See www.laconnerquilts.org

 

Anacortes Arts Festival: Friday through Sunday, Aug. 7-9. Browse 250 booth artisans, a fine art exhibit, ethnic and regional foods, music on multiple stages, youth activities and demonstrating artists. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both Friday and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. 505 O Ave., Anacortes. For full schedule, see www.AnacortesArtsFestival.com.

 

Tomatoes, Tomatoes, Tomatoes with Susy Hymas: Wednesday, Aug. 5. Join food preservation specialist Susy Hymas of Daylight Harvest Foods for demonstrations and discussion on preserving tomatoes. Get a jump on tomato season and learn how to safely can tomatoes, salsas and sauces for year-round enjoyment. 6:30 p.m. Downtown Co-op, Bellingham. $19 class fee. See www.communityfood.coop.

 

Whidbey Island Fair: Wednesday through Saturday, Aug. 6-9. Celebrate 90 years of family fun. Games, rides, music, food, exhibits, and much more. For full schedule and tickets, see whidbeyislandfair.com.

 

15th annual Subdued Stringband Jamboree: Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 6-8. Musical acts, family-friendly activities, food vendors and more. Deming Log Show Grounds, Bellingham. Day/weekend tickets available; camping on site. Children 14 and under free with paying adult. See www.stringbandjamboree.com.

 

Marysville Homegrown Festival: Friday through Sunday, Aug. 7-9. Handmade and handgrown items for purchase. Over 100 vendors showcasing local produce, art, music and more. Entertainment for kids and adults. 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. For more details, e-mail mvillehomegrown@gmail.com or see http://www.marysvillemerchants.com.

 

Stillaguamish Festival of the River and Pow Wow: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 8-9. Event is free this year, no parking or entrance fees. Gates open at 10 a.m. Pow Wow, Fun Run, childrens activities, and more. Music by Los Lobos and Thompson Square and others. River Meadows Park, Arlington. See festivaloftheriver.com.

 

Yoga for Gardeners: Saturday, Aug. 8. Relaxing and tension-releasing yoga in sitting and standing positions. Class is free. 10 a.m. Garden Spot Nursery, Bellingham. See www.garden-spot.com.

 

Pickling & Fermenting: Tuesday, Aug. 11 or Monday Aug 17. Crisp, tasty pickles are the ultimate test of a canner’s skill. Learn how to make a great product every time. Demonstration and hands-on; take home a jar of finished product. Cost is $20. Register online at PreserveTheHarvest.brownpapertickets.com or download the form at snohomish.wsu.edu/preserve-the-harvest and mail with your check. WSU Snohomish County Extension’s Evergreen Room in McCollum Park, 600 128th St SE, Everett. 6:30–9 p.m. (The class is also available Oct. 14.)

 

Skagit County Fair: Wednesday through Saturday, Aug. 12-15. Food, live music, animals, fun, rides, tractor show, car show, square dance, and more. Meet local and community organizations at booths. Skagit County Fairgrounds, 479 W. Taylor Street, Mount Vernon. Tickets apply. Kids 5 and under free. Call (360) 336 – 9414 or visit www.skagitcounty.net/fair.

 

Monroe-Sky Valley Stock & Antique Tractor Show: Friday through Sunday, Aug. 14-16. Competitions, threshing and baling. Pedal tractors for kids, hayrides and a variety of vendors. $6, under 12 free. Ford is the Featured Tractor for 2015. Our goal is to maintain good public relations between their owners and the  general public, and to promote the preservation of agricultural equipment. 19524 Tualco Loop Road, Monroe. See www.skyvalleyantiquetractor.com.

 

A Taste of Edmonds: Friday through Sunday, Aug. 14-16. Foods, fine arts and crafts, childrens activities, musical entertainment, beer and wine garden, and lots more. Entrance fee is $4 daily (children 12 and under free). Fore more details, see http://atoeedmonds.homestead.com.

 

Hypertufa ‘Make It and Take It’: Saturday, Aug. 15. Known as “lighter-than-concrete” sinks, hypertufa containers have been used in Old-English gardens for centuries. Create your own with Kim, as she shows you how to mix and mold your own planter. Bring rubber gloves you can dirty up! Class fee is $39. 9 a.m. Garden Spot Nursery, Bellingham. See www.garden-spot.com.

 

4th Annual Everett Craft Beer Festival: Saturday, Aug. 15. Featuring 30 Washington breweries pouring over 100 different beers in downtown Everett (entrance at Hoyt Ave. and Hewitt Ave.) from noon to 7 p.m. 21+ only. Live music. Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at the door. $15 for Military with valid ID. For more details, see http://www.washingtonbeer.com/festivals/everett-craft-beer-festival.

 

Customer Appreciation Day: Saturday, Aug. 15. Time to celebrate 67 years of being in business in the wonderful Marysville community. Free barbecue hotdog lunch from 11-2 p.m., free hourly raffles from 11 a.m. -3 p.m., free face painting and other activities for the kids and more. Sunnyside Nursery, 3915 Sunnyside Boulevard, Marysville. See www.sunnysidenursery.net/classes.

 

Meet the Artists at Artwood Gallery: Saturday, Aug. 15. Woodwork by Michael Flaherty and fine art by Francy Blumhagen will be Artwood’s highlights this month. Michael has been focusing on hand-crafted ukuleles for the last several years. Francy Kling Blumhagen has been painting professionally for 30 years. Meet The Artists from 3-6 p.m. Artwood Gallery, 1000 Harris Avenue in Fairhaven. (360) 647-1628, www.artwoodgallery.com.

 

Northwest Washington Fair: Monday through Saturday, Aug. 17-22. Live music, grandstand entertainment, contests, rides, ag area and more. For complete schedule, see nwwafair.com/events/northwest-washington-fair.

 

WSU Know & Grow Workshop: Tomato Diseases: Tuesday, Aug. 18. Are your tomatoes healthy? Alex Swidergal, graduate student from WSU, will discuss verticillium wilt and tomato grafting will be covered. Debbie Inglis, WSU faculty, will discuss other tomato diseases. 1-2:30 p.m. at WSU Mount Vernon NWREC Sakuma Auditorium, 16650 State Route 536 (Memorial Highway).

 

Pressure Canning with Susy Hymas: Wednesday, Aug. 19. Food preservation specialist Susy Hymas shows you all you need to know about preserving vegetables and meats safely with a pressure canner. Students will gain an understanding of how pressure canners work and what foods are preserved with this method. 6:30 p.m. $19 class fee. Downtown Co-op, Bellingham. See www.communityfood.coop.

 

Summer Book Sale: Thursday through Saturday, Aug. 20-22. Lots of books and media for all ages at the Bellingham Public Library.  Tables are re-stocked continuously throughout the sale. All proceeds benefit the Bellingham Public Library. (360) 778-7250, friendslibrary3@gmail.com.

 

Planting by Numbers: Garden Design: Saturday, Aug. 22. Debra Olberg, of Secret Garden Designs, has been independently constructing landscapes of Northwest gardens for over 15 years. Learn the magic of numbers within your own planting designs, as she accounts her experiences in the garden. Class is free. 9 a.m. Garden Spot Nursery, Bellingham. http://www.garden-spot.com.

 

Everett-Dahlia Show: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 22-23. See more than 2,500 dahlias as single blooms, triple blooms, and five blooms, in baskets and in artistic arrangements. Prizes are awarded to winning entries. This annual show is presented by Snohomish County Dahlia Society. Saturday hours 1-6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Free admission. Floral Hall at Forest Park, 802 E. Mukilteo Blvd., Everett. See www.scdahlias.org.

Conifers for Fall & Winter Interest: Saturday, Aug. 29. Tired of looking at a drab and dreary garden through the colder months? Join our own “Conifer Queen” Ginger, as she introduces you to a cool and colorful array of conifers that will make your winter landscape a wonderland from inside the comfort of your home. Class is free. 9 a.m. Garden Spot Nursery, Bellingham. http://www.garden-spot.com.

 

Ornamental Grasses: Saturday, Aug. 22. Grasses really are easy garden magic. Join certified professional horticulturist, Trevor Cameron, to learn how you can best incorporate these great additions into your garden. Free. 10 a.m. Sunnyside Nursery, 3915 Sunnyside Boulevard, Marysville. See www.sunnysidenursery.net/classes.

 

Evergreen State Fair: Aug. 27 – Sept. 7. Concerts, carnival, pig races, animal exhibits, contests, lumberjack shows, auto races, rodeo, aztec dancers, muscle cars and more. 14405 179th Ave SE, Monroe, (360) 805-6704. See www.evergreenfair.org.

 

Skagit Valley Food Co-op Summer Garden Party: Saturday, Aug. 29. Sample the wares and fares of some of the Co-op’s favorite local farmers and producers at their 3rd Annual Summer Garden Party under the shade tents and red umbrellas at the Co-op’s Garden Center. Skagit Valley Food Co-op Garden Center, 202 S. 1st Street, 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

 

Monroe Fair Days Parade: Saturday, Aug. 29. The Monroe Fair Days Parade has been a local tradition for decades as a celebration to kick off the opening of the Evergreen State Fair.  11 a.m. See http://choosemonroe.com.

 

Summer Propagation: Fruit Tree Grafting by Chip Budding: Saturday, Aug. 29. Discuss the basic principles of chip bud grafting in this two hour course. In addition to practicing the actual technique of budding, we will also discuss knife use, rootstock/scion selection, and aftercare of new grafts.Be prepared to be outside. Registration required, space is limited.  Sign up for both the Winter Propagation Class and this class, and pay $50 for both classes. 10:30-12:30 p.m. Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Everson.

 

4th annual Whatcom Skillshare Faire: Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 29-30. Two days of teaching and learning all kinds of useful, handy, and practical skills. Fiber arts, fermentation, brewing, building, raising animals, survival skills, crafts, gardening, and much more. New location this year is the Center for Self-Reliance in Fairhaven.  Daily/weekend admission applies (adults and youth $5-$25), and kids under 9 and ‘Big Kids’ over 70 walk in for free. No camping available on site. Volunteers wanted. For more information, see whatcomskillsharefaire.org.

 

Field to Flame Fundraiser Brunch: Sunday, Aug. 30. Seven talented chefs will showcase the season in a 7-course, family style fundraising brunch. Ingredients will come from local farmers and fishers.  This fundraiser will help to grow the Chefs Collaborative’s work in growing opportunities for Farmer/Chef Mentorships, Chefs in Schools, and continue dedicated education, support and training to new farmers through Sustainable Connections Food to Bank On program. 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Boxx Weddings, 6299 Northwest Road, Ferndale. For tickets or more information, contact Erin McCain Anderson at erin@sconnect.org or (360) 647-7093 x108.

SEPTEMBER

Mount Vernon Eat Local: Local businesses and the community celebrate the bounty of the Skagit Valley throughout the month with special menu items, activities and much more. See www.eatlocalmountvernon.com.

 

September Eat Local Month: Month-long celebration of local food and farms, sponsored by Sustainable Connections. See sconnect.org for the full schedule.

 

Fall Containers: Saturday, September 5. Learn all about how to revamp your containers with fall foliage. 10 a.m.  Sunnyside Nursery, Marysville. http://www.sunnysidenursery.net/classes.

 

Worm Bins and Home Composting: Sunday, Sept. 6. Free workshop presented by Whatcom Master Gardeners. Make a worm bin, turn steaming compost piles, become a soil builder. Includes tips on pest management. 2 p.m. Hovander Park, Ferndale. See http://whatcom.wsu.edu/ch/hw.html.

 

From Seed to Market: Profitable Small-Scale Vegetable Farming: Wednesday, Sept. 9. Farmer/owner Andy Ross will discuss operating a successful small-scale vegetable farm, from planting seed through selling to markets. Lunch included. Skagit Flats Farm, Mount Vernon. Cost is $40 Tilth Producers members/students/interns, and $50 non-members. To register, see http://bit.ly/SeedtoMarket or call (206) 632-7506.

 

Fabulous Fiber ‘15: Sept. 9-12. Workshops in weaving, dyeing, felting, spinning, basketry, embellishment, and more.  All levels of experience welcome. Conference fee $170. Jansen Art Center, 321 Front St., Lynden. For more info visit whatcomweaversguild.org/fabulous-fiber-15.html or contact Sheri Ward, sheri.ward@icloud.com, (360) 961-4956.

 

3rd annual Bellingham Beer Week: Friday, Sept. 11 through Sunday, Sept. 20. This 10-day celebration of local craft beer includes tap takeovers, brewer nights, beer-and-food pairings, beer-themed movies, special beer releases, beer trivia, visits from beer authors and respected brewers, and many other events. For more information, visit BellinghamBeerWeek.com.

 

Whatcom County Dahlia Society Annual Flower Show: Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12-13. Hundreds of dahlias and many arrangements of all different types, sizes, and colors from all over Washington and Canada. Noon to 5 p.m. Free admission. All ages. Bloedel Donovan Park, 2214 Electric Ave., Bellingham. Call (360) 354-4346.

 

Washington Organic Week: Saturday, Sept. 12 through Saturday, Sept. 19. Annual campaign that connects consumers to Washington organic growers and products. For more details, see tilthproducers.org/programs/wow/.

 

Whatcom Farm Tour: Saturday, Sept. 12. A free, family-friendly, and self-guided tour of Whatcom County Farms, from veggies to alpacas, wine and more at a total of 12 stops. Locations include: Bellingham Country Gardens, Bellewood Acres, Cloud Mountain Farm Center, Apple Farms & The Cheese Shop, Inspiration Farm, Cascadia Mushrooms, Twin Brook Creamery, Vartanyan Estates Winery, and Ten Fold Farm. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free. See sconnect.org or call (360) 647-7093.

 

10th annual Whidbey Farm Tour: Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 12-13. Free self guided event of local farms. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Locations include: Hummingbird Farm, Strawfield House & Farm, Willowood Farm, Greenbank Farm & Organic Farm School, South Whidbey Tilth, Whidbey Island Distillery, Abundant Earth Fiber, Whidbey Island Vineyard & Winery, Shipki Farm Organics, Glendale Shepherd Dairy, and Fern Ridge Alpacas. See www.whidbeyfarmtour.com.

 

Raising Livestock: Starts Monday, Sept. 14. The WSU Livestock Advisor program is offering a 10-week series of classes about raising livestock. From choosing smaller low line beef to larger framed cows, pastured poultry to milking goats, sheep or the family cow, meat rabbits or swine, these classes will give you a broad overview of livestock selection, nutrition, reproduction, production costs and returns, fencing, and more in a sound and humane manner. Pasture management and renovation is covered at length helping folks become grass farmers to support their livestock. The series runs Monday evenings from 6 – 9 p.m. at the Skagit County Extension office in Burlington. Registration fee is $125 and includes a second person from the same family or farm entity. At the completion of training you are certified as a WSU Livestock Advisor volunteer and asked to return 50 hours of volunteer time over a two-year period. To download an application see http://skagit.wsu.edu to or for more information call Joan DeVries at (360) 428-4270.

 

Pioneer Days at Stillaguamish Valley Pioneer Museum: Saturday, Sept. 19. Children of all ages hands on-milk a cow, wash clothes, sewing machine, old toys, shake shingles, churn butter, grind what and more. 1 – 4 p.m. 20722 67th Ave. N.E., Arlington. (360) 435-7289, http://www.stillymuseum.org.

 

Harvest/Fall Vineyard Management: Saturday, Sept. 19. Learn how to determine proper harvest timing, taking brix measurements, soil testing, variety selection, along with next year’s list of chores. Bring hand pruners, gloves, and a brown bag lunch. Dress for the weather. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Hands-on learning will continue at a nearby vineyard guided by expert viticulturist Gary Moulton. Allen Fire Station, 9061 Avon Allen Rd., in Bow, with a lecture and discussion. Sponsored by WSU Snohomish County Extension, cost per workshop is $40 per person. To register online, visit http://VineyardCare.BrownPaperTickets.com, or download the form from http://snohomish.wsu.edu/VineyardCare and mail with your check. For more information, contact Kate Halstead (425) 357-6024, khalstead@wsu.edu.

5th Annual Skagit Valley Giant Pumpkin Festival: Saturday, Sept. 26. Huge pumpkins, pony rides, face painting, toad races, carnival games, harvest food, music and a talk about bats (reservations requested for the talk with Kathleen Bander, founder of Bats Northwest, at 11 a.m.). We also welcome you to bring and show off your giant vegetables, big sunflowers and pumpkins grown by children. Free admission. Some activities have a small fee. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Christianson’s Nursery, 15806 Best Road, Mount Vernon. For more information, see www.christiansonsnursery.com.

 

Skagit County Fairgrounds 22nd Annual Fall Garage Sale, Antiques & More: Friday and Saturday, Sept. 25-26. Over 140 vendors, great food and live music. Car Show on Saturday. $2 admission, $2 parking. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 479 W Taylor St., Mount Vernon. See www.skagitcounty.net/fairgrounds or call (360) 336-9414.

 

Burlington Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Pitch: Saturday, Sept. 26. This free family festival is currently signing up trebuchet teams to hurl pumpkins, obtaining festival sponsorships, food vendors and kids activity booths. Skagit River Park, 1100 S. Skagit Street, Burlington. Contact the Burlington Parks and Recreation Department at (360) 755-9649 or recreation@burlingtonwa.gov.

 

Farmers Markets

WHATCOM

Blaine Gardeners Market:  Open Saturdays through October 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at H Street Plaza. (360) 332-6484.

 

Bellingham/Fairhaven Farmers Market: Open each Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Depot Market Square through Dec. 19. Demo Days, co-sponsored by Sustainable Connections. Kids vending day the last Saturday of each month. The Fairhaven Farmers Market, held on Wednesdays, runs through Sept. 30 from noon to 5 p.m. on the Village Green. For more information, see www.bellinghamfarmers.org.

 

Ferndale Public Market: Sundays from 2 to 7 p.m. on the lawn between The Boys and Girls Club and The Old Settler’s Village. The market runs through Oct. 11. See www.ferndalepublicmarket.org.

 

Lynden Farmers Market: Open Thursdays from noon to 5 p.m. through Oct. 29 at 324 Front Street. Contact Dave Timmer at dave.timmer@arocha.org or visit http://lyndenfarmersmarket.com.

 

Twin Sisters Market: Mobile market stand sets up Saturdays through Oct. 31 in Nugents Corner (3700 block of Mount Baker Highway) from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and in Kendall from 3 to 6 p.m. For more information, contact Chris Elder at osoelder@gmail.com.

 

SKAGIT

Anacortes Farmers Market: Each Saturday through Oct. 24 from 9 a.m to 2 p.m. at the Depot, 611 R Avenue. For more information, see www.anacortesfarmersmarket.org.

Bow Little Market: Opens June 11, from 1-6 p.m. each Thursday through Sept. 3 at the Belfast Feed Store, 6200 N. Green, (just south of Bow Hill Road along Old Hwy 99). Kids  activities are offered weekly in August. Contact (360) 724-3333 or visit bowlittlemarket.wordpress.com.

 

Burlington Summer Nights: Fridays through Aug. 28, from 5-9 p.m. Any farmers and producers interested in vending should contact Margaret Fleek at mfleek@burlingtonwa.gov.

 

Marblemount Community Market: Second Sunday of the month through September at the Marblemount Community Hall. Contact (360) 853-8388.

 

Mount Vernon Farmers Market:  Every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the new Waterfront Plaza  through Oct. 17. The Wednesday Market will continue at the Skagit Valley Hospital Kincaid Entrance lawn from 11-4 p.m. through Sept. 30. Visit www.mountvernonfarmersmarket.org.

 

Sedro-Woolley Farmers Market: Wednesdays from 3 to 7 p.m. through September, at Hammer Heritage Square, corner of Ferry and Metcalf streets. See sedrowoolleyfarmersmarket.com.

 

SNOHOMISH

Arlington Farmers Market: Open every Saturday through Sept. 26 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Legion Park, 114 N Olympic Ave. Visit http://www.afmwa.com.

 

Edmonds Museum Summer Market: Saturdays through Oct. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (except Aug. 15) on 5th Street. See www.historicedmonds.org/summer-market/.

 

Everett Farmers Market: Sundays 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Oct. 18 at 1600 W Marine View Drive in Everett. Visit everettfarmersmarket.net.

 

Friday Farmers Market Everett Mall (South Everett Farmers Market): Fridays through Sept. 25, from 3 to 7 p.m. See fridayfarmersmarketeverettmall.com.

 

Marysville Farmers Market: Saturdays at 1035 State Avenue (next to City Hall) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. through the summer. See www.marysvillefarmersmarket.blogspot.com.

 

Mukilteo Farmers Market: Wednesdays through September from 3 to 7 p.m. at Lighthouse Park, 609 Front Street. See www.mukilteofarmersmarket.org.

 

Port Susan Farmers Market: Fridays through Oct. 16 at State Route 532 and 88th Street in the Viking Village. Hours are 2 to 7 p.m. through August and 2 to 6 p.m. in September and October. See www.portsusan.org.

 

Snohomish Farmers Market: Thursdays through Aug. 20 from 3 to 7:30 p.m. in downtown Snohomish. The Fall Market runs Thursdays, Aug. 27 through Sept. 24 from 3 to 6:45 p.m. See www.snohomishfarmersmarket.com.

 

Whitehorse Farmers Market: This new farmers market in Darrington is open at 1080 Seeman Street, next to the Hometown Bakery Cafe. For more information, call (360) 488-3230.

ISLAND

Bayview Farmers Market: Saturdays through Oct. 31 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Bayview Corner, at Highway 525 and Bayview Road. See www.bayviewfarmersmarket.com.

 

Clinton Thursday Market: Through Aug. 27. For more details, see www.clintonthursdaymarket.com.

 

Coupeville Farmers Market: Saturdays through October from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Community Green. Call (360) 678-4288.

 

South Whidbey Tilth Farmers market: Sundays through October from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 2812 Thompson Road. See www.southwhidbeytilth.org/market.html.

 

Oak Harbor Farmers Market: Call (360) 678-4288.

 

 

SAN JUAN

Lopez Island Farmers Market: Saturdays through Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Lopez Village. See lopezfarmersmarket.com.

 

Orcas Island Farmers Market: Saturdays 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. through September on the Village Green in Eastsound. See orcasislandfarmersmarket.org.

 

San Juan Farmers Market: Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  through the end of October at the remodeled Brickworks in Friday Harbor, at Nichols Street and Sunshine Alley. See www.sjifarmersmarket.com.

 

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