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Lake City Farmers Market opens Thursday

June 17th, 2013 · No Comments

Maple Leafers won’t have as far to travel to get fresh produce from their local farmers market starting Thursday, when the longer and bigger Lake City Farmers Market reopens for the season.

This year, the market runs from 2:30-7:30 p.m., and extends from the road in front of the Lake City Library (at Northeast 125th Street and 28th Avenue Northeast) into adjacent Albert Davis Park.

New vendors this season include:

  • A Taste of Istanbul: Humus, baba-ganoush, shawarma and gluten-free falafel and more.
  • Golden Harvest Bee Ranch: Wonderful Washington State honey.
  • Hedlin Farms: Heirloom tomatoes and veggies from the fertile Skagit Valley – 4th Generation Farm.
  • The Keep It Real Food Co.: Creates low-glycemic products containing ONLY naturally healthy ingredients. Healthy and delicious.
  • Klickitat Canyon & Columbia Gorge Winery: A small, family-run winery that creates natural wines in the old world tradition. Processed entirely by hand to reflect the true character of the Columbia Gorge Appellation.
  • Pedal Smoothies: Make a smoothie with fresh Farmers Market ingredients- human powered by bike!
  • Streetzeria: With quality freshness, preparation and ingredients, Streetzeria loves to make people happy one pizza at a time.
  • Tabby Cat Pickling Company: Organic pickled cukes, dilly beans, dilled carrots, sunchoke skordalia and more.
  • Teya’s Pastries and Cakes: Delicious homemade cakes, cookies and pies.
  • Wilridge Winery: Founded in 1988 by husband and wife duo, Paul Beveridge and Lysle Wilhelmi, Wilridge Winery is the oldest continuously operated winery in Seattle. In 2007 Wilridge planted its own estate vineyard on Naches Heights near Yakima.

For a full list of vendors, go to the city’s Farmers Market page.

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