Phinney Farmer's Market

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

Starting in June, 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.

Phinney Farmers Market is an expression of your community, and is reflected in this year’s exciting lineup of vendors and events including the Zucchini Races, the kids’ passport program, cooking and canning demonstrations. We rely on your continued weekly support so we can bring the best local farms straight to your family."

WHEN
June 12, 2015 at 3pm - 7pm
WHERE
N 67th St & Phinney Ave N, in upper lot at Phinney Neighborhood Cntr, 98103
6532 Phinney Ave N
Seattle, WA 98103
United States
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