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Here's what's up in 2003
Opening:  Wednesday, May 21, 3:00 - 7:00 pm
 Columbia Plaza parking lot - 4801 Rainier Ave South (at S. Edmunds)
What's Happening: 
Music starting at 3:30
Kids Tent all day, Rainbow the Clown
City Councilmembers Conlin and Nicastro, County Councilmember Pelz.
What's at the market this year:
A much wider variety of organic tree fruit from eastern Washington.   A new dairy farmer. Fresh frozen certified organic beef from Sedro Woolley.
For the first several weeks, herb botanicals, fresh hot soups , , , and in a few weeks, the Lavender Sisters from Vashon.   Organic asparagus too.
Later in the season,  fresh Willapa Bay oysters , maybe a small Washington vintner. 
A New Storage Shed, parking tokens and more parking, electronic food stamps (Quest Cards), weekly emails.

Read all this in detail...

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The Columbia City Farmers Market
Every Wednesday
May through October
3 - 7 p.m.

See more info at the Seattle Neighborhood Farmer's Markets site.

Local Fresh Organic Fruits and Produce
Flowers ~ Herbs ~ Honey ~ Ciders
Baked Goods ~ Eggs ~ Cheese ~ Preserves ~ Fish ~ Cooking Demos ~ Nursery Plants
Gardening and Composting Info
  • The Columbia City Farmers Market  operates each Wednesday, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. , May 21st - October  at the corner of Rainier Avenue South and South Edmunds. 
    Click here:  The Location

  • Thirty-five or more vendors sell at the Market each week.  In addition to fresh and organic produce and vegetables, there are fresh-cut flowers, starter plants, freshly baked goods, cheese, eggs and more. 
    Click here: What's Fresh! 
  • Market days are festive occasions with live music, cooking and gardening demonstrations, and information tables.

Click here:  Jan Grodecki's gallery of pictures from the 1998 market season
or read about it in The Seattle Times ©
Thursday, June 4, 1998; Monday, October 4, 1999

For more information about other Seattle Farmers' Markets and contacts go to Seattle Neighborhood Farmers Market site
Links to Other Farmers' Markets:

For More Info:
Karen Kinney, Market Manager--(206) 632-5234

Updated on 05/17/03

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