It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for September 14th

Posted on September 14th, 2017 by Laura Fonda


It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is now holding Fall hours, open from 3pm to 7pm to fill your market needs.

Here’s the info you need to know to plan your late Thursday afternoon and/or evening:

3pm: Event Tent – Chabad of Queen Anne-Magnolia
Come join Chabad of Queen Anne-Magnolia to learn how to braid your own Challah and then take it home to bake. Starting at three, they will be giving ongoing demonstrations on how to braid a traditional Challah. Baking instructions to complete the process at home and recipes for making the dough will be available for those that want to take up the tradition of Challah baking.

Whether you’re a beginner or a Challah baking master, this event will be fun and educational for all ages.

Challah is a traditional bread baked in Jewish homes in honor of the Shabbat and holidays. With the High Holidays coming up, a great way to bring in the New Year. Shana Tova! 

3pm-7pm: Community Tent
Find UnBound at the Community Tent this Thursday to learn more about sex trafficking in Seattle and experience an interactive storytelling experience, chronicling the lives of women who have been trafficked in our city. You can play a part in ending trafficking in Seattle – come find out how.

4pm-6pm: Kids’ Tent – Roots to Shoots
This Thursday, join us as we make fun pinwheels to catch the fall!

5pm: Market Music
Join us in welcoming Naomi Metzler for the first time to QAFM. We’re so excited to have her!

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
Bonnie B’s Peppers
BeanFish
Bonnie B’s Peppers
Firefly Kitchens
It’s Bao Time
Han’s Chicken Rice
Mochila
Mystic Kombucha
Napkin Friends
Wilridge Winery

For a full list of who’s going to be at market this week, check out the interactive map.

Make your plans now. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is today, Thursday, August 30th, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.


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