It’s the last Market Day of the year! Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for October 12th

Wow, how time flies! Today is the last Queen Anne Farmers Market of the season. It’s time to stock up and enjoy the last market day until June. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open today, Thursday, October 12th from 3pm to 7pm to fill your market needs for one last time this season.

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

3pm-7pm: Info Tent
We’ll have our 2017 shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets for sale at the Information Tent. PLUS: Fire Sale:  This Thursday, we’ll have past seasons’ merchandise for sale for $10. It’s too good of a deal to pass up! (subject to availability)

3pm-7pm: Information Tent
We’ll have our 2017 shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets on sale for $10 at the Information Tent starting at 3:00pm. Plus Fire Sale* – this Thursday, we’ll have past seasons’ merchandise for sale for $5. It’s too good of a deal to pass up!

4pm-6pm: Kids’ Tent – Roots to Shoots
Join us at the last Roots to Shoots of the year. We’ll make sure to have lots of fun celebrating the season.

5pm: Event Tent – Spirited Seattle
Learn how to perfectly craft seasonally inspired mocktails (cocktails sans alcohol) from Chris of Spirited Seattle. He’s going to take ingredients from the market, add some magic, and create a delicious drink for the whole family.

5pm: Market Music
We’re wrapping up the season with the incredible Young-Chhaylee Music. He’ll put a smile on your face and some pep in your step. We guarantee you’ll have a great time.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
BeanFish Taiyaki
Bonnie B’s Peppers
Brothers & Co. Ramen and Tacos
Firefly Kitchens
It’s Bao Time
Kiss My Grits
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 last 2017 Queen Anne Farmers Market is today, Thursday, October 12th, 3pm-7pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for September 21st

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-7pm: Info Tent

We’ll have our 2017 shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets for sale at the Information Tent. PLUS: Fire Sale:  This Thursday, we’ll have past seasons’ merchandise for sale for $10. It’s too good of a deal to pass up! (subject to availability)

3pm-7pm: Community Tent
Come see FareStart at the Community Tent and learn about their amazing employment training programs as well as new businesses and get a chance to play spoon ring toss for a cool FareStart water bottle!

4pm-6pm: Kids’ Tent – Roots to Shoots
This Thursday, complete a fun market poetry worksheet and don’t forget about the two-bite challenge!

5pm: Event Tent – Spirited Seattle
Learn how to perfectly craft seasonally inspired mocktails (cocktails sans alcohol) from Chris of Spirited Seattle. He’s going to take ingredients from the market, add some magic, and create a delicious drink for the whole family.

5pm: Market Music
Cliff Okamoto will be playing his fun, upbeat music this week.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
Bumbu Truck
Finnriver Farm and Cidery
Han’s Chicken Rice
Kiss My Grits
Mangia Me
Met Market
Nosh
Papa Bois
Pie Love
Seattle Canning Co.
Tin Dog Brewing
Upsidedown Wine

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.

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

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.

It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for August 31st

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs.

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

3pm-7pm: Community Tent
Come see Washington Trails Association at the Community Tent and learn about sustainable hiking, protecting trails and creating a community that values our natural spaces. Kids can go on a scavenger hunt and win stickers and treats to enjoy on the trail.

4pm-6pm: Kids’ Tent – Roots to Shoots
This Thursday, learn how to make paper towel butterflies and then try your hand at the two-bite challenge!

5pm: Event Tent – Eden Hill Chef & Owner Maximillian Petty
Join Eden Hill Chef and Owner Maximillian Petty as he sets up in our Event Tent for an incredible demo. He’ll be making a cured tomato tartare served with Sea Wolf Bakers bread. The demo starts around 5:00 with samples to follow shortly after.

5pm: Market Music
Join us as we welcome Lava to QAFM for the first time. Lava offers gorgeous harmonies with sincere and affecting lyrics. An acoustic folk foundation with keyboard and synth for a unique alternative sound.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
Bonnie B’s Peppers
Bumbu Truck
Don Lucho’s
Firefly Kitchens
Han’s Chicken Rice
Kiss My Grits
Mochila
Mystic Kombucha
Napkin Friends
Papa Bois
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 31st, 3pm-7:30pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for August 17th

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs.

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

3pm-7pm: Community Tent
Come see Picture Perfect Queen Anne at the Community Tent to learn about what grows on Queen Anne and have your photo taken with Craig the scarecrow!

4pm-6pm: Kids’ Tent – Roots to Shoots
This week, Bats Northwest will be at the tent (that’s right, BATS) talking about how amazing and helpful bats are to our ecosystem.

5pm: Event Tent – Seattle Public Utilities’ Love Food, Stop Waste Program
40% of food in the U.S. goes uneaten. SPU’s Love Food, Stop Waste program partners with Seattle residents to help them save money and protect the environment by reducing their food waste. They provide tips and resources to help residents waste less food at home, including information on how to plan meals, where to store foods to stay fresh longer, how to freeze food, what date labels really mean, and where to dispose of your food scraps.

5pm: Market Music
Welcome Sunday Speedtrap back to the market this Thursday. Chris Eric, the man behind Sunday Speedtrap, plays a combination of originals and covers and guarantees a good time.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
BeanFish
Bonnie B’s Peppers
Bumbu Truck
Firefly Kitchens
Juice Harbor
Mochila
Mystic Kombucha
Napkin Friends
Papa Bois
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, July 20th, 3pm-7:30pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s Market (and Pet) Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for August 3rd

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs.

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

3pm: Pet Day!
Bring your four-legged friends to the market on Thursday, August 3 (also welcome: two-legged friends, no-legged friends, and eight-legged friends – if you have a pet octopus) for a special pet-focused day*. It’s going to be a really fun PAWty.

Pet day will be complete with pet water stations, games, giveaways, and a pet photo booth.

One of the scheduled events is from MEOW Cat Rescue. They will be hosting a stuffed animal adoption event for the young and young at heart. With a pledge to be kind to animals and speak up if one witnesses animal abuse, kids will be approved to adopt the stuffed animal of their choice. They will also be accepting donations for their public spay/neuter voucher program which provides no cost vouchers for spay/neuter surgeries at either an Eastside or north end clinic for folks needing financial assistance to get their pet altered.

Downtown Dog Lounge will be giving grooming touch-ups at market for pets that need a summer trim.

Seattle Veterinary AssociatesMEOW Cat RescueDowntown Dog Lounge and Wag N’ Wash Seattle/Queen Anne are among the amazing organizations participating in QAFM’s Pet Day.

*We love creatures of all shapes and sizes, we just ask that you short-leash your dogs and make sure they don’t mark their territory on our vendors’ stalls. Thank you so much.

3pm-7pm: Community Tent
Come see PCC Farmland Trust at the Community Tent and learn all about farmland conservation, enter their raffle for a chance to win prizes, and check out their temporary tattoo parlor!

Plus, you can get 2017 QAFM shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets for sale at the Information Tent starting at 3pm.

4pm-6pm: Kids’ Tent – Roots to Shoots
This week, we’ll be making leaf prints and rubs using leaves from Queen Anne! How cool is that?

4:15 Pet Yoga on the Lawn:
Join Madeline Finch Yoga as she leads a 45-minute, family and pet friendly practice on the lawn. Bring your yoga mat and prepare to have a lot of fun. Donations will be accepted.

5pm: Market Music
Join Seattle singer-songwriter Becca McGehee as she shares her gift of music and connection with us.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
Bumbu Truck
Buns on Wheels
Don Lucho’s
Juice Harbor
Napkin Friends
Papa Bois
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, July 20th, 3pm-7:30pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for July 27th

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs.

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

3pm: Market Music
Come see Peter Williams’ cello students play. They’ll be up near the entrance – by Cupcake Royale.

3pm-7pm: Community Tent
Bring your kids by Queen Anne Chamber of Commerce’s “Holidays in July” to enjoy some holiday fun and learn about how you can get involved with lighting up Upper Queen Anne Avenue this winter.

Plus, you can get 2017 QAFM shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets for sale at the Information Tent starting at 3pm.

4pm: Queen Anne Greenways Annual Playstreet
Check out the activities and events at the second annual Queen Anne Playstreet! Find it at the intersection of W Crockett St and 1st Ave W. More info here.

4pm-6pm: Roots to Shoots
This week, we have an extra-special event planned! Junior Sous will be hosting a kids’ cooking class and demo at the Kids’ Tent! Come learn all about flavors. They’ll be hosting a blind taste test of different jams AND they’ll be having a customizable lemonade bar using fruit and herbs from the market.

4:15 Yoga on the Lawn:
Join Madeline Finch Yoga as she leads a 45-minute, family-friendly practice on the lawn. Bring your yoga mat and prepare to have a lot of fun. Donations will be accepted.

5pm: Market Music
In partnership with the Playstreet festivities, we are thrilled to welcome Snake Suspenderz. A quartet featuring vocals, ukulele, trombone, guitar, tuba and drums, Snake Suspenderz has their own unique style they like to call Cartoon Jazz.

5pm: Event Tent
Collections Café will be sampling their delicious raspberry, white chocolate panna cotta.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
A Bao Time
Buns on Wheels
Ellensburg Canyon Winery
Finnriver Farm & Cider
Juice Harbor
Lula Salads
Mangia Me
Met Market
Nosh
Seattle Canning Co.
Tin Dog Brewing

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, July 27th, 3pm-7:30pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

IT’S MARKET DAY: QUEEN ANNE FARMERS MARKET SPECIAL EVENTS & VENDORS FOR JULY 20TH

It’s Thursday, and that means another market day along W Crockett. The Queen Anne Farmers Market is open from 3pm to 7:30pm to fill your market needs.

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

3pm-7:30pm: Community Tent
Come say hello to QA Greenways to learn about the upcoming 1st Ave W Play Street happening on July 27th.

Plus, you can get 2017 QAFM shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets for sale at the Information Tent starting at 3pm.

Bag and Stroller Check Station presented by David Rice of Edward Jones. David will also be selling some QAFM picnic blankets so you can relax on the lawn and enjoy the music.

4pm-6pm: Roots to Shoots
Program begins at Kids’ Tent sponsored by Re:Design Builders. This week, we’ll be painting rocks like strawberries. And, as always, we’ll have an awesome two-bite challenge featuring our farmers.

4:15 Yoga on the Lawn:
Join Madeline Finch Yoga as she leads a 45-minute, family-friendly practice on the lawn. Bring your yoga mat and prepare to have a lot of fun. Donations will be accepted.

5pm: Event Tent
Come see Collections Café at the Event Tent this week and try a tasty, sweet treat featuring local produce from Collins Family Orchards.

5pm: Market Music
Cliff Okamoto returns to QAFM this week with his chill vibes and wicked ukelele tunes.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
Atwood Ales
Beanfish
Bonnie B’s Peppers
Bumbu Truck
Canlis Apricots
Firefly Kitchens
Juice Harbor
Kiss My Grits
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, July 20th, 3pm-7:30pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.

Bring your mat: yoga at Queen Anne Farmers Market

Tomorrow, Thursday, July 20th is market day. In addition to all the goodness that Queen Anne Farmers Market brings to the neighborhood, this week there’s an extra: a 45 minute family-friendly yoga session on the lawn. And, yoga will also be offered next week and the following – 3 weeks of yoga at the market!

Madeline Finch, familiar to market goers as one of the faces at River Run Farm’s stand, has a yoga as she leads a 45-minute, family-friendly practice on the lawn. Madeline is a certified Forrest Yoga instructor and leads both group and personal sessions. Now, she’s lending her expertise to market goers tomorrow and August 3. Corey Atencio will be teaching next week’s yoga session at QAFM.

Donations will be accepted, with proceeds going to both Madi and QAFM. The sessions begin at 4:15pm on the lawn by the Queen Anne Pool. Bring your yoga mat and get ready to stretch away the day’s cares!

It’s Market Day: Queen Anne Farmers Market Special Events & Vendors for July 13th

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

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

3pm-7:30pm: Community Tent
Come see Queen Anne Helpline at the Community Tent to pick up your Fun Run shirt and number (if you’ve registered online) or register on the spot!

Plus, you can get 2017 QAFM shirts, bags, posters, and NEW-this-year picnic blankets for sale at the Information Tent starting at 3pm.

Bag and Stroller Check Station presented by David Rice of Edward Jones. David will also be selling some QAFM picnic blankets so you can relax on the lawn and enjoy the music.

3pm-7:30pm Event Tent

Join the physicians and staff of Seattle Face & Skin as they provide information about how best to protect yourself from the sun as well as what to look out for when it comes to skin cancer. They’ll also be setting up appointments for free skin cancer screenings in their office on Queen Anne.

4pm-6pm: Roots to Shoots
Program begins at Kids’ Tent sponsored by Re:Design Builders. This week, Seattle Tilth is at the Kids’ Tent with their awesome worm bins. You don’t want to miss it!

5pm: Market Music

After playing a variety of instruments in rock bands throughout the Pacific Northwest, singer/songwriter John Hribernick formed acoustic duo Those Guys with singer/percussionist Carl Lovgren in 2006. Singer Kristi Barnes joined in 2011, and the group now performs as a duo featuring John and Kristi.

This Week’s Rotating Food Vendors:
A Bao Time
Bonnie B’s Peppers
BUNS on Wheels
Ellensburg Canyon Winery
Finnriver Farm and Cidery
Lula Salads
Nosh
Seattle Canning Co.
Tin Dog Brewing

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, July 6th, 3pm-7:30pm, W Crockett Street between Queen Anne Ave N and 1st Ave W.